Will it matter who is elected?

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    Real simple question will whoever gets elected be able to govern and will it the economic effect be material?
     
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    More than likely not.

    Oboingo will put the throttle to the firewall with his Marxism and Vinnie Vitalis will be too much of a wimp to make the drastic cuts in spending and bureaucracy that are needed.
     
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    Our system is specifically designed so whoever is Pesident has very little power over us,

    Which makes our Presidential election angst so ironic.
     
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    It does indeed, as a Romney administration would amount to a third Bush term, with a return of the same failed policies from that era along with many of the failed administrators.

    Of greatest concern, of course, are appointments to the Federal courts and the High Court, along with the neo-con/republican propensity to start illegal wars and ‘nation-build.’
     
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    Nope.
     
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    It will matter for all those who want a socialistic/welfare/full of illegal residents/ do what you want to do/ no Law...no respect /no tradition of being American/ free fall for all....

    sure... it will matter for them


    they will vote Emperor Obanus ...and why not?
     
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    :rolleyes:

    Someone needs to step away from the cool aid.
     
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    You kiddin'?...He's one of the stooges mixing it up in 55 gallon drums.
     
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    I can not understand how! how Obama got to be President of USA in the first place.... I simply can not understand it! :(
     
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    Obama, like all presidents, do not get to be president to really DO anything: Our system simply does not allow it.

    He looks good in a suit.
     

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