@furryunfortunately you are right there is no way that the current people
that vote in the GOP primaries will go anywhere near anyone that even comes
close to being a centrist.
I don't want either of them. Neithter of them is fit to be President of the
United States. I really wish the Republicans would do something unique, and
nominate a GOOD candidate (Huntsman is the only decent one in the race).
Somehow I don't see that happening.
'I grew up in Detroit and my Dad worked at Chrysler. When cars were doing poorly
he was laid off. Those are the facts...' - Kathy. | 3:29 p.m. Dec. 3, 2011 And how well did that work for you? Now that you are
living in Iowa? Let's look at another example: Mitt
Romney on Job creation: From 2003-2007 job growth....0.9%. In
rankings with the rest of the country...MA was 47th in Job creation when Mitt
Romney was there. - Think Progress Travis Waldron 06/02/11
Another example of job 'creation' by Mitt Romney... 0.9% job
growth. At least Obama took -700,00 jobs/year under George W. Bush
and turned it to... zero. Our unemployment is going
back down.. to 8.6%. NOT the 3.3% RISE from Clinton (4%) to Bush
(7.7%). Romney: 0.9% job growth in ONE state. Obama: 0.9%
unemployment rise in ALL 50 states, after the financial meltdown and Republican
opposition. 'No' And last, the war in Iraq cost $3 trillion US tax
dollars. How much will Romney's war in Iran?
Jobs are based on sales of whatever the company is doing or making. Only in a
fantasy land do jobs go on because you wish them to. If the company you are
working at is not doing well then you lose your job. The only way for a company
to get back on it's feet is to trim down to a sustainable level. They need to
figure out what went wrong and fix it if they can. Then they can hire people
with the job skills to make it go forward to prosperity.You are not
entitled to a job because you need to support yourself. You must be value added
and they have to have the money to hire youI grew up in Detroit and
my Dad worked at Chrysler. When cars were doing poorly he was laid off. Those
are the facts, a company cannot meet payroll has to lay off it's workers. To say that you don't want a person to be president that picked up the
pieces when companies did poorly and made them better makes no sense. Mitt is the best qualified person to be President.
Also: *'Romney campaign battles Dems, Press over issue of
transparency' - By Barrett Haake - NBC News - 11/17/11 'There it was
this morning, on the front page of the Boston Globe, a headline no campaign ever
wants to read: Before leaving office, Romney staff wiped records.'
This, is 'credible?' What can we expect in the future?
*'GOP contenders argue on Iran' - By Kasie Hunt - AP - Published by DSNews -
11/12/11 "If we re-elect Barack Obama, Iran will have a nuclear
weapon. And if you elect Mitt Romney, Iran will not have a nuclear weapon,"
vowed the former Massachusetts governor.' Does this sound familiar?
It should. "The Iraqi regime . . . possesses and
produces chemical and biological weapons. It is seeking nuclear weapons.' -
George W. Bush - Ohio Speech 10/7/2002 Result? *'U.S.
Military deaths in Iraq war at 4,485 - AP - Published by the DSNews -
11/22/2011 No. I do NOT support yet ANOTHER war... based on the lie of WMD's.
Gingrich: A man who factually cheated on his wife, and as such
cannot be trusted... Or, Mitt Romney... *'Let Detroit
Go Bankrupt' - By Mitt Romney - NY Times - 11/18/08 Result? *'How Many Jobs Depend on the Big Three?' - By CATHERINE RAMPELL - NY Times -
11/17/08 'In both cases, there would be major short-term shocks to
employment; depending on which scenario you use, a contraction of the Detroit
Three would result in direct and indirect job losses of 2.5 million to 3 million
in 2009.' A man who would let 3 MILLION American jobs...
fail. *'Mitt Romney as job creator clashes with Bain record of job
cuts' - By Lisa Lerer, Bloomberg News - Published by DSNews - 07/20/11 'Employees who lost jobs at Bain-controlled companies more than a decade ago
say they still hold Romney responsible."I would not vote for him for
anything," said Phyllis Detro, 68, who lost her job...' I