Romney 'bet against America,

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Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley on Sunday lambasted Mitt Romney for his Swiss bank account and other overseas financial activities, saying the presumptive Republican presidential nominee had "bet against America." "I've never known a Swiss bank account to build an American bridge, a Swiss bank account to create American jobs or Swiss bank accounts to ... (more)
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<quoted text> I'm certain, i am right...anyone, with even modest assets, has to start placing patriotism over personal greed and likewise realize that all those fears of Romney catering to the corporate wealthy, have now been confirmed....His choice of Paul Ryan as a running mate is tantamount to raising the flag at the GOP's, Good Ol Corporate Rich Guy's Club.....Paul Ryan, whose proposed budget avoids tax increases on the wealthy, by overloading the burden on the backs of the middle class and our senior citizens....there is no doubt, i am correct.....anyone that refuses to see this, just does'nt want to see it.....
I'm skeptical. Mittens is raising more money than Obama. The airwaves down here are already flooded with outrageous frightwing distortions of the facts. Don't forget Ryan's plan is for the people under 55. He's counting on the retirees not giving a shit about the next generation.
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All the people have to know what would all be true and useful, so that great, wise and responsible decision can be made.

The obligation of all endeavor would be required to get it right in order not to repeat careless mistakes, which are very damaging and harmful, if not doing all in the right way.

Year 2012 US Election is about who should be there, in terms of the fitness and look of such a public figure who would possess the active mind and thinking to be in the Oval Office as President.

It is not just about the right pitching against the left-wingers.

It is not even about the color, race and other related concern of whichever party.

It is important to deal with the image, appearance and the look of the right person who can be fit , suitable and would be suited as the president.

This has to do with the vital vigor, mature charisma, personality, responsibility and leadership of such person to be the president--as this can only come from Romney, and absolutely not Obama.

People have made a major blunder that somehow by chance, Obama happens to be the president for the last few years.

If people have not found out yet, people should know the facts that Obama has been showing the unsuitable look and poor image of the president. Obama does not look like a bright person--being slow to interact with people, to come up with answers as well.

People should know that Obama does not look like a take-charge person and decision maker with maturity to have quick and alert acts, but Romney.

While Obama is surrounded by bureaucrats and such people in formal meetings, he has been showing the lack of responsibility and owning the deficiency of take-charge leadership.

While Obama is surrounded by many ordinary people, he talks and behaves like doing the street raggae dancing (like in Chicago)--this demonstrates his similarity to many average street people's behavior and acts.

Obama seems to be absent-minded in public business when others are trying to guide him in responses during meetings, which looks degrading and odd.

All these indicate apparently that Obama does not look like a statesman and presidential figure, but a mediocre and ordinary person--lacking format with not any righteous formality behavior all the time.

Any president must not be that way thus.

However, Romney is a person who looks totally in charge and a take-charge decision-making leader with good professional behavior and great personality, as he communicates well.

Obama is not a good speaker whereas Romney is the excellent and best speaker--better than previous few presidents.

Romney looks more like a profound, bigger weight public figure who can deal effectively in a communicative way of gesture with style and substance--his recent overseas trip has proved this showing.

Obama kissing his wife in a recent basketball game attendance, looked like an ordinary civilian acting out his apparent indication that he is really doing nothing.

From events, his acts and look of Obama,it would seem to show it is not true he commanded the getting of bin Laden while giving not any full details and pictures.

Obama is not real as people will find out. Besides, he does not have any material-style-substance in what he says and any policies nor style of making things happen in a good way.

Clearly, all can see that Romney is only real and more than that--to be fit and more than suitable as the new and next president in 2012 election.

All people should know and find out more about all true facts and what is true.

It was the big blunder as a great waste of time with terrible Obama for the last few years.

Hence, it is only Romney & Ryan only to be elected absolutely in year 2012.

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<quoted text>I'm skeptical. Mittens is raising more money than Obama. The airwaves down here are already flooded with outrageous frightwing distortions of the facts. Don't forget Ryan's plan is for the people under 55. He's counting on the retirees not giving a shit about the next generation.
Hate to tell you this but so far Obama has raised twice as much as Romney. And he did not have an e Primary to goes through.spensive
http://www.opensecrets.org/pres12/index.php
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<quoted text>I'm skeptical. Mittens is raising more money than Obama. The airwaves down here are already flooded with outrageous frightwing distortions of the facts. Don't forget Ryan's plan is for the people under 55. He's counting on the retirees not giving a shit about the next generation.
Of Course he raises more money....whom do you think he is fighting for? Neither Romney or Ryan give a sh*t about the seniors or the middle class.....and the poor, aren't even a part of their universe.....
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Hate to tell you this but so far Obama has raised twice as much as Romney. And he did not have an e Primary to goes through.spensive
http://www.opensecrets.org/pres12/index.php
Boy, that list of Romney's top contributors, looks like a police lineup, from the global financial crisis...lol...

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<quoted text>Boy, that list of Romney's top contributors, looks like a police lineup, from the global financial crisis...lol...
perhaps that because Romney has been more open about who is donating to him and is rated higher on the disclosure meter.

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Nope, Again you lose
I am a very successful individual, unlike you.
I make more in a week then you make in a yr.
I am a self made person, a person who indeed struggled and met the challenge.
I came from a poor Native American family and clawed my way against all odds.
If I can do it any one can do it.
I do feel sorry for you poor poor hand me down liberals, You have our pity, But we are and will cut back on
Giving you the hand outs you seek.
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Daily Kos? ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!

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Paul Ayn Rand Ryan is out to KILL MEDICARE and throw grandma and grandpa into the streets by giving Social Security to Wall Street.

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Paul Ayn Rand Ryan is out to KILL MEDICARE and throw grandma and grandpa into the streets by giving Social Security to Wall Street.
Not at all true, but even if it was, as far as my money is concerned, I trust myself and Wall Street far more than I trust government.

The only reason Medicare and Social Security are still afloat is because government can print it's own money. Which, incidentally, is also exactly why the dollar today is only worth about 15 cents compared with a century ago.

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Not at all true, but even if it was, as far as my money is concerned, I trust myself and Wall Street far more than I trust government.
The only reason Medicare and Social Security are still afloat is because government can print it's own money. Which, incidentally, is also exactly why the dollar today is only worth about 15 cents compared with a century ago.
You trust Wall Street? You need never to say any more.

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Paul Ayn Rand Ryan is out to KILL MEDICARE and throw grandma and grandpa into the streets by giving Social Security to Wall Street.
Paul Ryan us Honest enough to tell everyone Medicare as we know it going to self destruct unless major changes happen and we need to be Adults about it and do something.

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<quoted text>You trust Wall Street? You need never to say any more.
Of course I trust Wall Street. I will always trust private business over government.

Any massive issues with Wall Street are entirely caused by government intervention that forces business to make risky decisions in order to remain profitable.

Get government out of private business, and the need to workaround government intervention is lessened. Thus, so is risk.

A more stable economy is the outcome.

The free market works, every time.

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<quoted text> Paul Ryan us Honest enough to tell everyone Medicare as we know it going to self destruct unless major changes happen and we need to be Adults about it and do something.
And the only people who will disagree with you are those who still believe that flying unicorns crap massive amounts of magic pixie dust across America that will fix everything without an ounce of work being done by anyone.

In other words: Modern Liberals.
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Cary L Nickel wrote:
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Not at all true, but even if it was, as far as my money is concerned, I trust myself and Wall Street far more than I trust government.

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all, Wall Street has figured out how to rip off everybody and avoid regulation. Trouble is they think you are an idiot and use your money for casino bets without any consequences.
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The free market works, every time.
market is a myth. what silly child.

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Of course I trust Wall Street. I will always trust private business over government.
Any massive issues with Wall Street are entirely caused by government intervention that forces business to make risky decisions in order to remain profitable.
Get government out of private business, and the need to workaround government intervention is lessened. Thus, so is risk.
A more stable economy is the outcome.
The free market works, every time.
The "Street" is how we got into this mess to a very large degree. Remember the private banks that needed a total bailout? I guess your memory doesn't go back that far. Now that's the free market in the works. Free to fuck up the economy and get bailed out by the government.

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Of course I trust Wall Street. I will always trust private business over government.
Any massive issues with Wall Street are entirely caused by government intervention that forces business to make risky decisions in order to remain profitable.
Get government out of private business, and the need to workaround government intervention is lessened. Thus, so is risk.
A more stable economy is the outcome.
The free market works, every time.
the repeal of Glass Steagall is what allowed Wall Street to make risky decisions.
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the repeal of Glass Steagall is what allowed Wall Street to make risky decisions.
Why haven't we made an effort to reinstate Glass-Steagall? Especially with what we know, now?

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<quoted text>Why haven't we made an effort to reinstate Glass-Steagall? Especially with what we know, now?
greed.

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