Post Comment Preview Comment
To reply to a Comment: Click "Reply" at the bottom of the comment; after being approved your comment will appear directly underneath the comment you replied to.
View All
Favorites
Highlights
Recency  | 
Popularity
Page:  « First  ‹ Previous  1 2 3 4 5  Next ›  Last »  (13 total)
photo
HUFFPOST COMMUNITY MODERATOR
Stephen Stafford
Be the answer to somebody's prayer!
02:08 PM on 03/26/2012
Let me tell you this in the way the pundits and so forth will not say.

A bunch of these GOP and GOPTeaPartiers feel that these candidates are not being mean enough. They see you as heathen riff raff, especially if they see you as getting something or some benefit from the federal government. They are very angry with white women who they feel are not doing their duty in getting the white birth rate up, which they desire to continue the lives of white privilege the rest of us provided for them.

They are angry these candidates are not mean enough. Santorum is establishing that he will bring the mean. Romney is saying his mean comes in saying whatever to get the votes, and then he will be the real kind of meanie that they want.

The real Romney plan is for the riff raffery to die quickly before the bill starts to go up. An Etch-A-Sketch is truly versatile.
photo
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
Gwendolyn Rouse
01:59 PM on 03/26/2012
Mitt is such a liar and his lies are catching up to him.
photo
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
Gwendolyn Rouse
01:57 PM on 03/26/2012
President Obama leads GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney by 10 percent, according to a Suffolk University poll released on Monday.

Obama leads Romney 47 percent to 37 percent, and leads Rick Santorum 49 percent to 37 percent.


Of the 1,070 people the poll surveyed, 39 percent were Democrats, 34 percent were Republicans, and 22 percent were either independent or unaffiliated.

The poll was conducted between March 21 and 25, and has a 3 percent margin of error.



It is starting to look like Mitt lies is catching up to him. This polling was done by the most right wing polling ever.
03:27 PM on 03/26/2012
Whatever. I wouldn't put too much stock in any poll yet.
photo
duckpuddle
Coexist, it's easier.
05:35 PM on 03/26/2012
Suffolk University has the "most right wing polling ever".

Is this the Suffolk University in Boston?

If it is, then I have a hard time believing that.
photo
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
MoeJava
Labor Unions built and supported the middle class
01:55 PM on 03/26/2012
how stunning that etch-a-sketch comment. now it makes perfect sense - poor mittens has been a victim of etch-a-sketch brain all these years! he will opine and then flip-flop. emote and flip-flop. legislate and flip-flop.
.
i'll bet bain capital took over the ohio arts company, just to see if they could find a cure. sadly, no. but they quietly press on...they continue to fund raise at all romney events, and on the internet, to fund their R+D.
.
poor mittens. good thing you have good health insurance and access to doctors. perhaps they will find a cure soon, but rest assured your bain capital will comfort and care for you in your time of need
.
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
lastnightwasgreat
01:50 PM on 03/26/2012
Only in politics people. Anywhere else Romney's flip flop on health care would be viewed by most as not having a shread of crediability. To think that he can attack Obama's health care policy when it mirrors his is mind blowing. You can find numerous clips of this guy promoting we extened his health plan nationally. He said that he wished Obama would take his plan nationally. Now he is against it. He will repeal Obamacare? This is the biggest hypocracy, Republicans hate this president because of Obamacare, however they are voting for a guy who is the poster child for the Obamacare health plan. Republicans you cannopt hate Obama for his plan and yet have Romney has your front runner. As I said only in politics can someone take a stance like this.
photo
YOKEL13
I saw a man pursuing the horizon...
01:49 PM on 03/26/2012
I wonder if the Republican debates will go on even after all of Romney's rivals have withdrawn. A Mitt-on-Mitt debate would be pretty interesting.
photo
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
MoeJava
Labor Unions built and supported the middle class
01:58 PM on 03/26/2012
he could represent the *pro* and *con* positions simultaneously.
.
pay-per-view revenues could fund any remaining campaign expenses
.
03:28 PM on 03/26/2012
GREAT IDEA!

He could debate this week's stances vs. last week's stances.

Two podiums, and he could scurry back and forth between them.
photo
YOKEL13
I saw a man pursuing the horizon...
05:07 PM on 03/26/2012
Yeah, he could scurry back and forth like the weasel he is.
This user has chosen to opt out of the Badges program
photo
lk415
oaks grow strong in contrary winds
01:47 PM on 03/26/2012
The only clear thing to me about Mitt Romney is that he loves being rich, loves to boast about it, and truly cares nothing about anyone else or the state of the economy except as it relates to his own back pocket. He will say anything to anyone to become president, because to him it's like an Oscar win for being so successful... never mind that he reaped his rewards at the expense of the 99%. He is a complete narcissist, and the country will completely fall apart with him at the helm.
03:33 PM on 03/26/2012
I agree, except for the last. I don't think so.

My strong suspicion is that a Romney Presidency in front of a Democratic Congress would actually work pretty well (maybe better than an Obama Presidency and a Republcan Congress hellbent on sabotaging him).

However, a Romney Presidency in front of a Republican Congress would be disaster; even more destructive that what we got out of W and his Republican Congress. And that's pretty horrifying on the face of it.

On the other hand, four more years of BO in front of a Republican Congress is four more years of deadlock and sabotage by the Republicans.

If we really want to move the country forward, we need Obama leading a Democratic Congress, with a super-majority.

There's a lot of work ahead to achieve that.
This user has chosen to opt out of the Badges program
photo
lk415
oaks grow strong in contrary winds
04:01 PM on 03/26/2012
Yes, a lot of work ahead, but things are heading in that direction. I believe Obama leading a super-majority Democratic Congress is exactly what's going to happen.
01:46 PM on 03/26/2012
I just want one Republican ( in cogress or a Presidential candidate) to be honest and stop lying ! Just one.
photo
YOKEL13
I saw a man pursuing the horizon...
01:50 PM on 03/26/2012
There is only one way to do that, and that is to get the guy who writes their "talking-point" memos to tell the truth. Ain't gonna happen!
03:34 PM on 03/26/2012
I think they get kicked out of the party if they tell the truth.

That's the new litmus test for being Republican, as best I can tell.
photo
DFL
Limousine liberal
01:43 PM on 03/26/2012
He's from the party that thinks it's good policy to deny good healthcare to kids and to the poor so the rich can get another tax cut.
photo
YOKEL13
I saw a man pursuing the horizon...
01:51 PM on 03/26/2012
Well, you have to get the wealthy to stop whining SOMEHOW. It's very hard on the eardrums, as well as the nerves.
photo
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
teacherpat52
we'll see...
01:41 PM on 03/26/2012
Gruber's statements should be incorporated into Dem's ad campaign. Let's get the populace educated folks, paying attention to the man behind the curtain, expose the weasel behind the multimillion dollar smile.
photo
YOKEL13
I saw a man pursuing the horizon...
01:54 PM on 03/26/2012
Reminds me of a joke:

A weasel, a skunk, a rat, and a snake walk into a bar. The bartender says, "Hi, Ron! Hi, Newt! Hi, Rick! Hi, Mitt!"
01:41 PM on 03/26/2012
As I recall, Gingrich praised Romneycare.
photo
YOKEL13
I saw a man pursuing the horizon...
01:55 PM on 03/26/2012
If President Obama put on a hoodie that said, "Don't Shoot! I'm White!", Gingrich would like that, too. Before he recognized Mr. Obama, that is.
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
ez14livin
01:40 PM on 03/26/2012
if corporations are people, are they covered?
photo
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
fredpa
I will try again tomorrow.
01:50 PM on 03/26/2012
What the Mittbott is going to learn is that voters are people
photo
YOKEL13
I saw a man pursuing the horizon...
01:56 PM on 03/26/2012
They get slathered in money whether they need it or not.
01:39 PM on 03/26/2012
if it is upheld, he will say he was for it....
This user has chosen to opt out of the Badges program
photo
sackman
I am Jaguar Paw
01:37 PM on 03/26/2012
We have a universal health plan in effect now. If you get sick and dont have any money you go to the ER, Its very expensive. We taxpayers pay for this. What I dont understand is why would the republicans be against universal healthcare, When it would save money.Please someone explain this to me...........Obama 2012.........
photo
HUFFPOST SUPER USER
teacherpat52
we'll see...
01:43 PM on 03/26/2012
It's what an increasing amount of us are having to do, much to our shame and anger at being in this position. Affordable insurance is what is needed for so many reasons. Can't the public see this is pretty much just a giant "Kaiser" type plan? What's the big deal?
01:35 PM on 03/26/2012
Flippin Mitt just can't get away from the health care issue. He owns it and is trying to distance himself from it. This isn't the first time Flippin Mitt seems to get wrapped up in things he can't handle. But, the bigger problem with Flippin Mitt is his "secret" offshore accounts that haven't been investigated thoroughly. No patriotic candidate running for the highest office of our country can explain 23 offshore accounts unless he is avoiding taxation. For all the public knows, he could be investing in overseas markets that outsource American jobs or even be investing in "dubious" activities that could be construed as anti-American. National media has yet to investigate this candidates accounts but prefer to give him front page coverage. Come on media, do your job, let's find out why he has all these accounts stretching from Europe to the Islands.