Obama didn't create anything nor build anything in his professional life.
He is about creating a a dependent class not about lifting nor inspiring others
to be independent and rely n themselves and not a mothering government. These are the qualities of striving for excellence that Romney
exemplified in his professional life. Frankly,I wanted a Libertarian
and not a centrist Republican. But I surely didn't want a big government
proponent like Obama.
to A Guy With A Brain June 19...Really? I thought it was just 47%.
That is not a majority unless my brain isn't functioning as well.
Mitt Romney lost because he was a terrible candidate with no vision for America.
Funny. I prefer the Flash.
"But the fact that he really did strive for excellence and had a lot of
success in his professional career and in his personal life (father, husband),
he was likely the best person for the job of president in the last 20-25 years.
"Okay, take off your political blinders for just one moment.
Look at the President, and ignore the fact of whether you agree with his
political positions. Can you do that. Look at him just as a person. If you look
at him without your partisan blinders you will see "the fact that he really
did strive for excellence and had a lot of success in his professional career
and in his personal life (father, husband)". Now keep those blinders off,
don't put them back on quite yet, don't just have a knee jerk
reaction, and you will see the truth here. Now you disagree with the
President's policies, and that's cool, but that doesn't change
the fact that he is a great husband and father, and that he has been successful
in his life and has striven for excellence. As, quite frankly, could be said for
While Romney wasn't a perfect person nor a perfect potential president.
But the fact that he really did strive for excellence and had a lot of success
in his professional career and in his personal life (father, husband), he was
likely the best person for the job of president in the last 20-25 years. Too bad the country is propping up less stellar and more
"feel-good" type candidates than actually picking a leader who inspires
us to do better in our professional and personal lives. We haven't had
that type of leader since the 1980s. It shows.
"Mitt Romney lost because America now has a majority of voters who are
fools."Yeah, a guy with a "brain", that's what it
was. "because he had JOBS for them,"What jobs,
small town granny, did he have for them? No really. What jobs? And
where do you get the idea that people don't want to work? Most people in
this country are very hard workers. By the way, granny, do you work? Do
you collect Social Security? Get Medicare? Or will you receive it someday? Or
are you going to refuse it? "this horrifying
"OBAMACARE!" Do the capital letters make it more horrifying? How horrifying that people won't be able to be kicked off their
insurance. Horrifying! How horrifying they won't be refused insurgence
because of preexisting conditions. Horrifying! I tell you! Horrifying! How
horrifying that Business will have to provide health care to the very same labor
force that makes them rich. Horrifying! Oh, by the way, they very much can
afford it.You realize OBAMACARE! is basically the same program
Governor Romney set up in Massachuesets, right? Horrifying!
I agree with hobbes1012003People didn't want him to work because he
had JOBS for them, and wanted them to do Better!!! It is much easier to live off
the government and have them make all your decisions. and now small business are
hurting because they can't afford insurance for their employees. The ones
that want to work and are willing might be laid off over this horrifying
Mitt Romney lost because America now has a majority of voters who are fools.End of story.
This is complete BS. Mitt Romney lost because he seemed mean and out of touch
to many Americans (the people who voted for Obama). Examples are the infamous
47% comment and the NASCAR comment. NASCAR was a good example of his problme.
When asked his opinion of NASCAR, he could have said simply "Wow, they go
lickety-split" or something isomorphic to that. Instead he said "I have
some friends who are NASCAR team owners." Or, how about "I like being
able to fire people who provide services to me." Complete Hoof in Mouth to
~52% of the voters as it turned out. BTW, both he and his wife Ann took classes
from my father at BYU. He said she was a great student!
Someone should tell this guy that Batman is a DC character.
Talking about Romney as Superman says much more about the people making the
comparisons than about Romney himself. And I think that the desire for a
superhero leader is fundamentally wrong. The existence of superheroes in our
fantasies speak in actuality to the profound sense of inadequacy we all feel in
this world, and what we want from our political leaders is a firm understanding
of their own and everyone's individual inadequacies, and therefore, their
need for the people to be integral to the governing process--we are stronger and
smarter collectively than we are individually. The American system of
government was configured so it didn't need or want somebody with all power
and knowledge (kings). We expect to much from our leaders and not enough from
He lost because he was follow Rush Limbaugh and Hannity man.
Hearten by those who have commented on the glaring, unarguable fact that we live
in a societythat executes the prophesy (Isa 5:20), concerning the calling
of Good, Evil and Evil, Good. Romney will lose nothing by this loss. The
same can't be said of those who lives might have been changed by his
example and the changes that would have brought about by his expertise and
capabilities. America was the loser in this election.
Romney lied and exaggerated throughout his campaign... the majority of American
voters recognized that and Romney lost. The best man won. What more
is there to say?Live with it.....
How do I get an Obamaphone? Or several?
it does not matter whether Romney or Obama or anybody else, after all A
POLITICIAN IS A POLITICIAN, they do not care about us or the country, but good
Romney did not win, the church would have been blamed for all his mistakes. We
havae no options I geuss.
So... Superman can save the earth but not win an election?I missed
the whole super hero alter ego during the campaign.I saw
double-talk, but that is 180 degrees opposite alter ego.
The last 60 years of Democrat/Liberal policies has resulted in:-
Education system at an all time low.- Massive spending on disgraceful
social programs, filled with fraud, and disguised as "charity". I.E.,
food stamps, Obama phones, Unemployment, etc., etc.- Minority and youth
unemployment rates through the roof.- Entitlement spending that is
bankrupting the United States.- Energy policies that are dictated by
environmentalists.- Military gutted.- Foreign policy - none.-
IRS power abuse
"You do realize that he set up facilities for the Olympics in Utah that are
still paying for themselves and are in use today?"Badger, you do
realize that those Olympic facilities were set up using a massive amount of
government money, right? You also realize that businesses do not
hire people unless they need too, right? If people are not buying from a
business, and buying more then they can produce with current employees, they
will not add employees. "Obama thinks he can pump money into manufacturing
and create growth by building things." Yes, the government building
"things" (hopefully much needed infrastructure improvements) creates
good paying jobs for people that will spend their hard earned money in
businesses so those businesses will then have higher demand and need more
employees to fill that demand. It's a win win, for just a
little tax money we get things we need, like infrastructure, firefighters, cops,
good roads, military protection, etc etc, and businesses get a new steady stream
of customers. Or we can bury our heads and just believe for some
reason businesses will add jobs with no demand.
Just for the sake of information are the conspiracy theorists here saying that
Obama will station the black helicopters at the new NSA facility in Utah or is
that info also being managed from the oval office too?
thathatguy,Romney stated throughout his campaign that his number 1 focus
on the economy was jobs. He stated over and over that the unemployment in the
country was too high and it was suffocating the economy. How do you create more
jobs to create more demand? that is the million dollar question. Romney
believed in private companies to stimulate growth (which is how this Country has
operated since the industrial revolution). Obama on the other hand, believes
the government can stimulate growth. Romney did not say that manufacturing
would create growth, but just getting government out of the way and creating a
job friendly environment would create jobs, which would create growth. Obama
thinks he can pump money into manufacturing and create growth by building
things. Romney never advocated that fixing SS, foodstamps, etc,
would create jobs. Rather, he was proposing how he would try to make them
sustainable. Completely separate issue. You do realize that he set up
facilities for the Olympics in Utah that are still paying for themselves and are
in use today? The guy knew how to make things work. He proved that. What has
Obama proven? He can get re elected?
I'm here to agree with Dumprake too. The evidence was overwhelming.
Unfortunately mitt lost. I think he would have been the best. But the American
:people have spoken and I think obama is sllowly leading this country to demise.
Craig ClarkPeace is a state of mind. Mine is good so far.You
might want to check out an an article in the Washington Post (mostly liberal
paper) by columnist Matt Patterson on June 14. Something that may assist you in
you feelings about the current administration. Common sense seems to influence
TA1,"That wing represents a group of people who will not be around for
a whole lot longer. There is a younger group of people who are taking over this
country who are not stuck in 1950"Is it any coincidence that 60%
of the people in this Country think that we are headed in the wrong direction?
Maybe, the "younger group of people who are taking over" is part of the
Romney is Superman and Obama is Chicago Politics of lying, corruption, greed.The fact that America had such a clear choice between good and bad is a
very telling sign about where we are going as a country. Besides
the fact that America is flooding the earth with Pornography we are also
choosing to pollute our economy and steer ourselves over a cliff morally.Let's hope Superman saves us anyway.
I had a high opinion of Mitt’s father, George Romney. He was ahead of many
Democrats in embracing the cause of civil rights for African Americans and his
relations with labor unions gave him a level of support among blue collar
workers that was uncommon for a Republican.The Republican Party had
changed dramatically when time came for Mitt. In courting the right wing, he
didn’t try to run on his record as Governor of liberal Massachusetts. The
right wing never fully trusted him to be one of them and the left wing had their
proven man in Barack Obama. It’s light-hearted fun to boil the election
down to voters preferring Batman over Superman. Mitt Romney knows better. So
does the Republican Party establishment.
Does anyone really care about Mitt Romney anymore? He's yesterday's
news.He lost. Get over it.
@IMANRomney lost because the voters of the United States did not
matter on this election. The voters of the United States got r0b. Please refer
to the comment of Dumplake.
ROTFL - Mr. Romney lost because he wanted to make the US great place for up and
coming billionaires by promoting special tax breaks for the upper 1 percent.
Also his (false) pandering to the far right-wing-nut-jobs of the present day
Republican party turned off voters in the great middle of the electorate (hence
the lop-sided landslide defeat/victory - depending on your point of view).Might he have done better if we had seen the "True Mitt" as the
article alleges? Who knows? But what we do know is the "False Mitt" is
how he decided to present himself to the electorate.
The problem with Mitt Romney, and saying he is this or that, or believes in this
or that, is the reality that what he says changes so frequently that we do not
know what he believes. To say that he is analogous to anything or anyone, is
difficult. Mitt Romney, we did not know thee.
Mr. Romney lost because the voters of the United States did not believe he was
the best choice for president. Plain and simple.
One more thing - Some claimed that Romney was "too conservative or pandered
to the far right" others claimed that he was too moderate. People on this
board are still claiming bot sides (mostly the more notable liberal posters).
Long live the uninformed voter.
About flip flops, a writer in the Boston Herald did an article about Romneys
supposed flip flops. He examined the details of each one and found that not
only did Romney not flip flop at all, he held very true to his principles.
Another lie perpetuated by the media.So we have in the country now a
state of affairs where an honest and successful man with a very altruistic track
record is beaten in an election by a man with no personal accomplishments and a
past that he refuses to share with they people of this country. What a sad
state of affairs.
Second, about the Pinocchio comment - After every debate Romney won in the
honesty department by a huge margin. The only Pinocchios he got were for
opinion based things that the writer disagreed with. In fact there were writers
that took the Pinocchio "facts" and presented the real data that showed
Romney was actually telling the truth. Obama told provable lies and the media
once again demonized Romney and gave Obama a pass.Romney's 48%
comment to private donors was played on major media outlets. Obama had many
such comments that were out there for the media to play, including comments
supporting communism and government control and the media just ignored them
It is funny - Romney has a long and proven track record of helping and
supporting those less fortunate than him and being truly altruistic. Obama had
a long and proven track record of being an elitist and demagogue and his record
is devoid of any charitable action. Yet the "media" did their best to
demonize Romney and ignore the truth because how could an "Evil"
conservative be better for the poor than a hard core democrat. Another hidden
fact - conservatives are more charitable than liberals by a massive amount. It
is amazing how the power of the media can influence opinion.
Ask not what YOUR country can do for you, but what THIS country can do for you!
@DumprakeI totally agree with your comment. I could not have said it
better. The election here is turning to be a third world election event. You are
d3lusional to think that the election is clean.
When the other party buys the votes of the electorate through all of the
government give-a-ways, its difficult to garner a majority in an election.
peacemaker,"How are you Romney naysayers enjoying the
government's administration thus far. Just 3 1/2 more years of watching the
trust dissolve, morality decline, and seeing a people "of the government, by
the government and for the government" continue to be deceived and led
astray."______________________________It's always a
bumpy ride but I'm reasonably pleased with the second term so far. BTW, how
are your peacemaking efforts coming along?
Romney has admirable characteristics and not like many of those media
personalities who would do anything to get money and a laugh. Mitt Romney is at
the head of his class and people just don't like to have someone that is
leading them be real even though he is powerful in language, personality, depth,
and skilled in a variety of endeavors financially, personally, educationally,
governmental, and just a good all around father and son.Even
prophets are rejected by their people who want pride not integrity.
TO: Happy, ChrisB.,Truthseeker(??),and the rest:I get it that you
are demo to the bitter end,caught up in the current "hate wave" and love
to hate anyone not on your team. But the idea that Obama is a great president
because Romney made mistakes in his life which were distorted beyond reason by
Obama, just doesn't fly. This kind of defective thinking has become
popular over the last few decades, where an opponent in any contest, sports,
politics, whatever, must be made to seem monstrous and evil, rather than simply
the other person in the race. Democrats and Republicans are both guilty of
this, as are many Americans.We'll never know answers to
questions about Romney vs. Obama because Obama is president and he will stop at
nothing to prevent honest discourse. Romney had no chance no matter how well
his campaign may have been run because there absolutely WAS massive fraud. I
believe there is no end to what Obama and his people will do to stay in power
now that they have the White House and, the spirit of hate and anger is so
What does that mean that we no longer want big blue type individuals to be our
leaders, but, we want people that reflect the Darker more wicked world? What a
sad commentary. Would people now accept Adolph Hitler. Have we sunk so far
that we will turn our heads and accept the leader who would put some of us in
bondage? If so we are getting closer than I thought.
Most of the posters here have just made my day today. Thanks for all the laughs!
Mitt lost because he told the truth, wow that one will keep me smiling until
lunch. Mitt flip flopped on nearly everything he ever said. He lost because the
Republicans are the party of rich white men and don't represent the rest of
the country and he is the poster child for rich, white men.
How are you Romney naysayers enjoying the government's administration thus
far. Just 3 1/2 more years of watching the trust dissolve, morality decline, and
seeing a people "of the government, by the government and for the
government" continue to be deceived and led astray.
A) The superman persona is the real identity, Clark Kent is the costume, the
cover. When observing characters with multiple identities, look for the
identity that has real relationships with other people. We never see Kal-el
socializing, dating, or spending time with others as Clark Kent. All of his
friends know him as Superman. All of his nemeses know him as Superman.
He's only Clark Kent long enough to hand in stories, or get in somewhere
undercover. If Romney is Clark Kent, then what is he like when he tears off the
dress shirt?B) I don't know about anyone else, but I
didn't vote for Romney because his economic plan wouldn't have worked.
We don't have a supply problem, we have a demand problem. Too few people
had jobs, and thus couldn't buy the goods and services needed to stimulate
economic activity. There's no shortage of capital available to invest,
there is a shortage of profitable opportunities. Cutting Social Security
payments, or food stamps just means there is that much less demand for goods,
and services. Romney wasn't a bad man. He just promoted the wrong plan.
Romney had the economy and high unemployment in his favor. He blew the election
by playing to the right wing of the GOP.
The Republican willingness - no, _preference_ to blur the line between fiction
and reality never ceases to amaze.Romney was Superman?
Seriously?Does that mean his offshore bank accounts are his
"fortress of solitude?"Meanwhile, back here on Earth, there
is real and urgent work to be done that requires grownup thought, grownup
conversation and grownup willingness to compromise in order to reach workable
solutions. Superman cant't fix our crumbling infrastructure and
increasingly rigged economy, but real people working together can.Republicans, care to join us? Or will you further immerse yourself in a
ComiCon argument about the merits of various fictional superheroes?
I voted for Romney as the lesser of two evils (which, admittedly, is usually the
case in an election). I didn't see enough integrity from him, i.e. I
wanted him to stand up and say, "no, I'm not as conservative as some,
but I believe it was the right approach in Massachusetts and it will be the
right approach with the country", and then be steadfast in showing people
why. Ultimately, I think the reason he lost was that he was too much like any
other politician: trying to figure out what people wanted to hear and going in
that direction rather than sticking to the truth.
Pretty funny stuff Utah..wow listen to that echo.
I think it's kinda the opposite. Batman only became batman because he had a
nice little nest egg from his parents that he turned into a fortune. Superman
just kinda showed up and started beating up bad guys. I think if we are making
this silly comparison Romney is Batman and Obama is Superman.
What ever the reason the country lost what would have been a good President to
a( well like a previous poster said) I can't say one good thing about him.
"The answers to the problems vexing this country are so obvious as to defy
explanation!"The answers to the problems are so obvious you
can't explain them? Well that makes a lot of sense. On the
Romney thing (like anyone cares except a few people in Utah) a better comic book
character to compare him to would be Two-face.
Unfortunately, Romney made the important mistake of telling the truth. It is
hard to win an election when a large percentage of the country is getting
benefits from the government. No rational society would go year after year
spending 40 percent more than its tax base. Yet we do. We have balanced the
budget once in 50 years. Grandma wants her social security. Uncle Fred wants
his gov. Retirement. Aunt Sue wants her disability. Cousin Jim wants his farm
subsidies and food stamps. Uncle Bob want goverment support for his company. How
do you win if your message if your message is fiscal restraint? Convince
everyone to stop feeding at at Uncle Sam's trough?For a time I
qualified for subsidized lunch. My parents never considered it. I took a sack
lunch. My sister and her husband both worked 25-40 hours per week to get
through college with four kids. Now kids are on fee waivers at school even
though they get dropped off in a Cadillac Escalade. Law students are on food
stamps. Multinational corporations get farm subsidies. Yep, the guy closing
the candy store will rarely win election.
What nonsense. We can forgive the good family life,in the same sentence as
forgiving hanky panky? What rubbish. Though I tend to agree that Romney should
have been true to himself instead of trying to appease the far right. The worst
that could have happened is what did happen, and Romney would have shown the
world where he stood on things. As it was, the campaign was confused and
misdirected. Mitt failed to be a leader and give America a reason to vote for
him. Just saying that he wasn't Obama was not a good reason, as we saw.
Romney didn't have any one who cared if he won. I don't think that he
cares. No desire.
@1conservative 6:09 p.m. June 18, 2013Since my mother taught me to
never talk about someone (or call them names)unless you can say something nice
about them - I won't talk about Barack Obama.----------------Let me correct your statement Since my mother
taught me to never talk about someone (or call them names)unless you can say
something nice about them - I won't talk about Willard "Mitt"
Romney.The country is much better off because the country's
voters sent him hacking. I don't like much about Obama, but Romney would
have been much, much worse for the country.
In my opinion Mitt Romney lost the election because he pandered to the right
wing of the Republican Party. That wing represents a group of people who will
not be around for a whole lot longer. There is a younger group of people who are
taking over this country who are not stuck in 1950 and they are the one who will
- eventually - be running things here - they are the ones that Mitt needed to
engage. They are the ones the President engaged and the rest is history.
Romney was and is not superman or batman. Totally stupid comparisons.For the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Romney's loss was a
good thing. The extreme measures that would have had to be taken to
eliminate all the free loaders, the massive taxes and the ridiculous amounts of
pork spent by our government would have made him very unpopular and this would
not have reflected well on the church. The time will come when other
peoples money is gone. Even now, the middle class is almost a thing of the past
now. Small business owners are loosing ground, forced out of business by
regulations, taxes and forced healthcare. The time is quickly coming when most
people will not even have full time jobs. They will be working 2 and three part
time jobs because of these regulations. NOT ONE politician in Washington
DC cares about you and I. The dead can vote several times over, the living
liberals make sure they do. DC doesn't need us any more. If things do
not change drastically our children and grandchildren will be slaves to this
ever expanding government and the wealthy politicians who ignore our
Romney lost, not for all this folderol, but because the Republicans in the
Midwest decided not to vote. Whether they were lazy & believed the hype
that Romney was a shoe in "no matter what", I don't know.It's so important to vote, no better example than what happens when you
don't.Next election (2014), Conservatives (I'm one, not GOP)
need to network with everyone we can & get out the vote. Otherwise, the
alteration of America will continue, with disaster ahead.Live & learn.
Two face perhaps. Superman, no.
The culture has changed from what can I do for the country to what can the
government do for me. That is why Obama won and the country lost.
Once said - said again - America shot itself in the foot when Romney was not
elected the first time he ran for the presidency - America has shot itself in
the head the second time he ran and was not elected. But one has to say this -
pray for Pres Obama as he will need all the prayers he can get to navigate the
complexities and dangers of this world - plus the serious problems and wrongs
here at home.
Romney lost because a whole generation of Americans failed to inform and educate
themselves and their children. The fact that this 'reporter' is
comparing the leader of the free world to a DC comic figure is proof enough of
that.As for Mr. 'Common Touch' Obama, using the power of
the IRS and the State Department to try to silence your critics seems more like
a Czar than a common man to me. (Yes, the IRS scandal was known about at the
top. Don't delude yourself into thinking it was a low-level staffer.)We have permanently high unemployment, very low real economic growth,
and Obama is now on the verge of trading Iraq for Syria. I wonder how
Obama's supporters, the ones still actually paying attention, feel about
this turn of events. Thanks, I'll take the man of steel any
day over what we got.
Mitt Romney lost because he is synonymous with money. This is reflected in his
stand on immigration. He wants only the elite who have ideas but need money. And
he is the money supply. The jobs won't be American jobs.
Batman worked for the good of Gotham and it happened. Obama is definitely NOT
Batman. Besides, that would make Joe Biden Robin....just doesn't work.
I would have preferred Romney by a mile, but to those who have been deluded into
thinking that either the Democrat or Republican parties have the answers, you
are either living in absolute ignorance, or you are a part of the corrupt
machine that keeps all of them in office. The answers to the problems vexing
this country are so obvious as to defy explanation! Until the obvious is
recognized, the partisanship will continue.
Romneys 47% remark concerning americans is true. people just dont like to hear
it. millions of people have been on welfare for YEARS. why would they vote for a
man that wants to make them work for there paycheck when they can just vote for
Obama and suck our country dry. Blue Collar is the only way a capitalist nation
can work. And America has forgotten that. 47% just want to sit back and be given
there money. No work ethic.
#1 Romney lost because he's Republican--the party that appeals to white
conservative men, period.#2 Romney lost because he was the poster
boy for the upper 1%, revealed what Republicans think of 47% of Americans, and
had to hide most of his tax returns at a time when people were having a hard
time finding jobs.#3 Romney revealed himself to be just another
slick politician willing to set aside the truth for votes.
Many conservative voters didn't vote for him because he is too much like a
cameleon. He lost the important Hispanic vote for taking the tea party line on
immigration. He lost a portion of the poorer working class for saying almost
half of all poor Americans who don't pay taxes are sponges on those who do.
(Many of these are hard working people who have jobs that don't pay very
much). And finally the weather (God?) didn't cooperate either. The
hurricane that happened just before the election led republican governor
Christie of New Jersey to speak highly of president Obama, raising his poll
numbers just before the election.
Just like superhero worship some folks can't grasp that their hero
wasn't wanted by the majority and was soundly defeated by the Stronger Man.
It makes your guy look even weaker, that excuse, after excuse is given,
especially the voter fraud nonsense, which took about 1 minute to research and
find it false and only perpetuated on the radical right sights.So
this guy from the washington post thinks Obama is the Dark Knight dressed in all
black?and mit is Superman dressed in Red White and Blue, Really?
Since my mother taught me to never talk about someone (or call them names)unless
you can say something nice about them - I won't talk about Barack Obama.
How's Batman working out?
Sorry to burst your bubble but Romney lost because of voter fraud in every
battleground state. The "free" press is now part of the left election
campaign machine, and the attorney general is part of the secret combination
that refuses to investigates its own wrong doings. At least be honest here,
Romney did not lose, the election was stolen. And if we think voter fraud was
bad in 2012, now that we all know fraud is legal and will not be challenged,
just wait until 2016. Free elections are a thing of the past. Vote if it makes
you feel good, but 150% voter turnout in hundreds of precincts in the east will
negate your vote many times over.
It's absurd to assume Romney was "perfect" and invulnerable. He
could have (and should have) won the election. It was his to lose - and he
seemingly did what he could to lose it. Whether it was Romney's boneheaded
statements showing a disconnect with most Americans or his wife musing about her
Cadillacs and mansions, we all know the results. Reframing Romney as a super
hero is hardly appropriate. He was (and is) a good man. But, he's a
flawed man as well.
Perhaps the voters preferred batman to richie rich?
Maybe supermans nemisis...I'd call him lex luther since he puts
corporations in the same category as people and believes that 47% of the common
folk don't contribute anything to society.He hides his money
like Bruce Wayne, and likes his many mansions so maybe a little batman/lex.But superman no.
Romney himself would never claim to be altruistic or flawless. He's as
human as you or I, and definitely from planet earth. In spite of his flaws, and
because of his tremendous strengths, Romney would have been a fantastic
president. Far better than Barack Obama, who I have long considered to easily be
the worst president we ever have had, which is being borne out by failure after
failure and scandal after scandal -- failed economic recovery, failed employment
progress, failed green energy projects, Fast & Furious, Benghazi, IRS
targeting, AP and other media intimidation and investigative overreach, NSA
surveillance, chaos in the middle east, aiding and abetting our enemies (i.e.
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood), Obamacare, Obamaphones... The list goes on and
on and on. Our corrupt populace got what it deserved when it elected Obama --
Corruption, graft, greed and political pandering on a scope and scale beyond
anything we've every seen.
Please don't talk bad about Batman with that reference.He
I have no trouble at believing Romney is from another planet - altruistic and
flawless are two different stories.