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Published: Wednesday, July 25 2012 9:43 a.m. MDT

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Oh My Heck!
Vernal, UT

Obama came into his presidency with absolutely no foreign policy experience. He has had to learn on-the-job, and Mitt Romney can do the same. In addition, Mitt has other strengths and experience that Obama does not have that would make him potentially a much better President.

I wondered what exactly a "community organizer" was, so I searched and found an article written when Obama was running in 2008. "What Did Obama Do As A Community Organizer?
And is it really a qualification to be president?"By Byron York in the National Review Online. After describing O's experience, or lack of, as an "organizer", Mr. York concluded with these comments:

"When hope is the product, Obama can sell it with the best of them... He’ll dazzle the country with his message of hope and possibility. But we shouldn’t expect much to actually get done."

Obama has been great with his little catch phrases, and repeated "git 'er done" type comments, but not so great in doing anything but run us further into debt. I am confident that Mitt has the experience and ideas that will head us in the right direction.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Shoot three birds with one stone. Stop foreign aid, quit deficit spending, then pay for healthcare.

This would be called worfcare.

CHS 85
Sandy, UT

@worf

By foreign aid, do you also mean the trillion-dollar imperial missions to the Middle East?

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