President Romney: Day One

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    Even if he lands with a majority in both the House and Senate - if said majority is split between traditional Republicans and Tea Party R's, he's going to have an uphill battle.


    President Mitt Romney on Day One: A Survival Guide - ABC News
     
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    You can come along for the ride, but you are gonna have to sit in the back seat.
     
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    We owe China a shitload of money. There's no way any president is going to telll them how to conduct their business.
     
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    meh.

    You are just used to having a POTUS that bows down.
     
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    Yeah, that Romney, he's a regular Rambo. :cuckoo:
     
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    Dems drove the car into the ditch
     
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    In the unlikely event Romney is elected to the Presidency, his biggest concern in the early days, if not on Day One, will be stemming the "brain drain." Tens of millions of Americans, the best and the brightest, will be emigrating, most to Canada, of course, but some will leave for other countries. Romney will look at the exodus in horror, realizing that, with Progressives, Liberals and other Democrats departing in droves, he will left with his base. What greater nightmare could he face than the prospect of a country filled with those who elected him?
     
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    Romney 1st day:

    1. "I can't repeal ObamaCare, I don't have the votes". (If SC hadn't already struck it down.
    2. "I want more Free Trade Agreements".
    3. "The Fed should print more money, no need for an audit". (If the dollar still exists)
    4. "We need to continue the wars Bush and Obama started plus we should invade Africa under the UN banner".
     
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    The one thing Romeny will do is nothing. Nothing to further destroy the country. Will that be enough to entice our most productive people back to the US? Will it be enough to convince companies that we are again a safe place to do business? We'll have to see.
     

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