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Ancil
- 747 days ago - fredthompsonsamerica.com
The election is not over, any more then it was over at this stage in 1980. That election and this one are remarkably similar in many ways.



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Jae A. (323)
Thursday October 4, 2012, 9:24 am
I think it is more like the last one Ancil. Many said McCain had won the first debate in that first one and well...most of us remember how that worked out for him and the Repub Party. Same party plateform today as back then only with more up front facts as to the rightwing wanting to end medicare and SSI,cut veterian benefits,cut education funding, while continuing or reinstate the Bush tax cuts later in the year... and a list of other important community
service/ benefits/assistance programs.....etc.... which those without jobs, due to the outsourcing of 22million of those, by the end of 2008, by corporate people like that of Romney... who was king of such for many years. One big difference is that McCain didn't make the mistake in saying what Romney did abot the '47%.'.and McCain wasn't a Mormon who believe that Joseph Smith is their lord and savior ..not Jesus as many other christian religions do..His push for Austerity which has been proven to be disastrous for those economies that have tried it,except for the richest in those nations...as well as those that the Wall Street bunch ended their jobs during their manipulated crash. Add those things to the very probable event that Romney would start another war for profits and on and on...so I don't see this debate last night as anything other than similar to the last election personally.
 

Ancil S. (175)
Thursday October 4, 2012, 9:48 am
I see your point.You could be right.I know I'm taking a risk by voting for Romney,but I am very disappointed in Obama.I've been waiting for him to turn things around,and he hasn't done it yet.maybe the congress has been trying to stop him,but what about executive orders?Why does he use those to create jobs instead of the other projects he's used past orders for? I dunno,I just lost faith in him.Maybe there's more to it,but I'm angry,confused,and scared and concerned.I've dug up some dirt on him,and it makes me more convinced the situation with Obama is quite precarious.I don't trust him anymore,I'd like to,but I don't.I always thought how nice it would be for someone from my generation (Obama's one month younger than me)could maybe change the world,for the better,but,it seems to be more unlikely that he will do anything positive.
 
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