Sorry Orrin, but we all remember the failed policies of GW Bush (even the
Republicans openly disdain their former president now). So pardon us if we are
distrustful of Mitt Romney as he surrounds himself with former Bush advisors.
If that group gets together again, look forward to the nation backsliding into
the recession again, and at least one other war that "will pay for
And I say Orrin Hatch was a rubber-stamp for every Bush fiasco there was.
That's why were at this point in our history. Orrin is simply
and obfuscating, obstructionist who is a huge part of the massive problem we
have as a Nation.
Re: embarrassed Utahn! Salt Lake City, UTThe more we learn about the
attack on our consulate in Libya the more it becomes obvious of what Obama knew
and when he knew it. That, and his dismal failure in the first presidential
debate will be cited as his failure to win re-election.The man from
Chicago just isn't up to the job he has failed to do, and no, he can't
blame Bush for it.
Moderate,If you judge presidential candidates by the advisers they
surround themselves with, then why on earth would anyone even consider voting
for Obama? Note that the "failed policies that got us in this mess"
could very well not be Bush's policies (the Democrats' bad housing
policies and banking regulations are the main causes).
This from one who has been an abject failure for something like 36 years.Yeah, right . . . .
I just glanced over the booklet. On page 12 Obama mentions that he lowered taxes
and Romney's plan will raise taxes on middle-income families by $2000,
quoting the Tax Policy Center as his source.So I went to the Tax
Policy Center to take a look for myself. Contrary to what Obama said, it's
actually the other way around! Obama's plan keeps the current tax rates
the same as the current law (raising it for high-income families) while
Romney's plan lowers it in EVERY category. Check for yourself: go to the
Tax Policy Center's website, go to Tax Topics and look at the table for the
presidential candidates' tax plans.
Rehash of the same old ideas? That’s rich coming from a guy that has been
touting the failed idea of trickle down economics for 40 years.
@rifleman what he knew? you mean the fact he was aware of the protest
happening outside and sent support before it ever turned violent or the fact
that he called it an act of terror the next day? The only conspiracy here is the
one in the far rights mind as they try to find a political angle and shows a
complete lack of respect for those that died.
Re: one old man Ogden, UT"This from one who has been an abject failure
for something like 36 years."Interesting description of a man
who has won six consecutive elections with an average vote count of almost 2 to
1.He'll win this election without even breaking a sweat.
Barack is so darn smart. I mean a HUGE 20 page "how to" booklet and we
will soon be on the road to easy street again!!! Yipppee!!!! I also like the
timing of the booklet - right AFTER the last debate!!! Yes we sure don't
want those darn Republicans to pick it apart during a debate for all America to
see. Never mind the fact that Joe and Barack criticized Mitt for not having more
detail on his 5 point economic plan he announced BEFORE the debates. Makes you
wonder why this 20 page "how to" booklet wasn't published 4 years
ago - I mean if it is the golden blue print for success why not publish it 4
years ago? I guess we just needed 4 years to figure it out. Yes that has to be
it. Such a detailed economic plan of 20 whole pages does take at least 4 years
to figure out for sure. It warms the heart to know we have such
smart guys running the White House doesn't it.
Hatch is what my family would call a dingle berry. He has flipped and flopped
on everything. Anything to get elected. I have yet to decide if I will vote
for a third party for Senator or skip that one entirely. A conservative he aint.
@TolstoyIt was NOT a act or terrot by protestorsBut a
terrorist attack by a terroist groupThey were able to watch the
terroist attack live for four hours from drone, and Obama still did nothing to
help. Obama even tried to blame it on portestors over a video, which
he knew to be a lie.All to cover up an Arms Deal similar to fast and
furious but with a terroist group in libya.A fail that cost human
Orrin, you're something of a rehash yourself.
To "Moderate" and the other liberals here. You fail to realize that
Obama's domestic policies are the same as Bush's, only bigger.Bush gave us Medicare Drugs, and Obama gave us ACABush gave us
TARP, Obama gave us Porkulus.Bush gave us Sadam's overthrow, Obama
gave us GadaffiBush gave us tax cuts, Obama continued them and added in 2%
off SS taxes.Romney is a true alternative to both Bush and Obama.
I concur that this High-priced Pamphlet is too little too late for any
commonsense person to actually change their mind.He doesn't
want to say what has happened over 4 years as his performance is next to zero or
less.The economy hasn't changed upward due to his policies.
Obamacare is the worst thing to have out there for business to improve. As he is a community organizer, only taking from government and not
giving, he didn't ever realize you improve the economy before adding to the
burden by adding government to what private industry has been doing. He is
backward economics, sort of like having a Secretary of the Treasury who
hasn't paid his taxes. Obama wasn't vetted so he didn't have his
Secretary vetted. What a debacle to have these men, who don't know how to
spell budget be in charge of handing out money to some of the richest companies
in the world and their associated unions.Senate Hatch is not perfect
but he is needed whether this President is in or Governor Romney is. We need
someone who knows the path forward. Governor Romney knows from his experiences.
What is amazing is to see Scott Howell campaign against Senator Hatch with the
same wording that Governor Romney uses. Elect me because of my business
experience. Governor Romney has had much more and better experience
in and out of Government than Scott Howell has had. However, Scott Howell has
more experience and better experience including voting record than President
Obama.Senator Hatch is what we need today and his judgement on the
President's come too lately Pamphlet is important to highlight to the
world. Campaigns, just like business strategy and plans change over
the years. One thing that is important is to keep up to date on what is
happening. This President is so satisfied with looking into the mirror such as
in the Snow White book. He knows the answer but he likes listening to what the
mirror or Hollywood and his Czars are telling him. He lives in his protected
world and thought he could keep on coming out with his Plan as then it would be
on paper. 3M copies of this high cost Pamphlet is a written document to
criticize his policies which he didn't have. Axelrod said it has been the
Wow, amazing to see so many "blame Bush" mantras being hummed. Guess
Obama got the free cell phones and food stamps passed out in Utah after-all!