To onyx1950 | 10:57 p.m. June 2, 2011 I would NOT vote for Romney,
not even for dogcatcher. I don't trust him. I don't know which Romney will
show up at any given moment -- he changes depending on to whom he happens to be
talking. A vote for Romney is NOT a vote for a better America; it's a vote for
a political panderer. No thanks.
Romney has my vote. I am a born Indiana Hoosier. I challenge people all accross
the US to step up and vote for Romney. Yes we can send Obama packing.Yes we can Vore for Romney. Avote for Romney is a votwe for a beter America.
Romney: the United States of America is not ruled by a monarchy or controlled
by an aristocracyI think when a billionaire member of a family with
more than one governor in the family tree tells you the US is not controlled by
an aristocracy, you have to wonder what he means by the word.There are
few US Senators who are not multi-millionaires. Many members of Congress are
2nd or 3rd generation members. Bush is the grandson of Texas US Senator and
son of a president. VP Gore's father was a Senator from Tennessee. The Alaskan
US Senator's father also served in high office. I could go on past the 200
words. Romney's family includes a previous generation with governors. I presume his tight definition of aristocrat means, inherits a 'title', Lord
something. 3rd governor in the family, with a billion in the bank =
aristocratic member of an aristocratic family. I think he reached
too far with that one, attempting to paint himself as "just folks". I
dont think so.
If Romney can stick to preaching a balanced budget, smaller government and
economic sensibility I think he'll do OK.
sorry furry1993 but i think he said a quite a lot and none seems to be fiction
to me---i have been looking for someone to support and am going to quit
looking---romney has demonstrated both knowledge and experience (gained by work)
in the successful governance of business and politics with his efforts on behalf
of the slc olympics and the state of massachusetts---his goals, of a continually
free america with economic vigor and compassion for the down-trodden, work for
me---i like the idea of standing by allies and encouraging change among our
enemies---we need not apologize for being americans---we can and should be a
beacon of hope; for foreigners as well as our own---hope for a better tomorrow
is part of the pursuit of happiness that our government is formulated to
support---he demonstrated working well with others and is successful in
formulating and implementing improvements---i think we should give him a chance
and elect him as our next president---i think he will spread the pain and get us
back on the track of prosperity---he is living a moral and honest life---here,
here, mitt romney
So Romney starts off his campaign with a statement that is nothing or less than
a work of fiction. Can't say that I'm surprised.