I truly believe that he should release at least 12 years of tax returns as the others did. I personally don't think either candidate is fit to have the honor of being President Of The United States, but we're stuck with one or the other. I do not care for most of Obama's Healthcare reform, I do not like his issues of Gay marriages,the TANF,what he said about seeing the coal industry go bankrupt, his lies and many more. Of the two, I do choose Romney.
Like an organized crime figure does when stashing money overseas in tax havens, Romney's hiding something or he would release them.
I prefer that people purchase their own insurance rather then me paying for the more expensive emergency room care for them.
I prefer that people not be denied covereage because of pre-existing conditions.
I prefer that people not have their insurance dropped because they get ill.
I prefer that people be allowed to keep their children on their insurance till age 26.
Healthcare is a shining example of why Romney shouldn't be president. This is so obviously the plan he helped install in Massachusetts that has worked wonderfully. Yet here he is opposing it not because it won't work (it's already proven to work) but because of ideology.
You're against helping needy families? I hope you never need assistance for anything.
The "issues" of gay marriage? So you don't believe in America then right? You don't believe all citizens should be afforded equal rights? In your mind, some people are more equal than others...right? Which other minorities don't you like? Blacks? Hispanics? Asians? Is it just gays that should marry or are you against interracial marriages too? Asian and white? Black and white?
You need to expand on that a bit.
The "bankrupt coal" is a bit out of context. No one focuses on what was said just prior to that:
"Obama at the time had proposed an aggressive plan to reduce the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by attaching a price for emissions. The allowable level of emissions would ratchet down yearly, Obama said, with money raised from this system getting invested in cleaner technologies. This would not only create incentives for reducing carbon emissions, he said, but it would also expand the use of wind and solar power, bio-fuels and, potentially, "clean coal," in which carbon emissions could be captured and sequestered in a way that might do no harm. Such clean coal research is ongoing, with vigorous debate as to whether it will someday be applied on a commercial scale.
"Obama made clear in the interview that he was not suggesting an end to coal use. Too much of the country already uses it in existing power plants and factories. In a portion of the interview his critics failed to note, he said:
"This notion of no coal, I think, is an illusion, because the fact of the matter is that right now, we are getting a lot of our energy from coal, and China is building a coal-fired plant once a week. So what we have to do then is we have to figure out how can we use coal without emitting greenhouse gases and carbon. And how can we sequester that carbon and capture it? If we can't, then we're going to still be working on alternatives."
But Obama also made clear that he wanted to transition away from building new coal-fired plants, saying that the price on emissions for building one -- using old technology -- would be prohibitive under his plan.
His lies? You sound like a re-run of fox. Get some new material.