“I support Obama, but Romeney is ok in my book. At least he isn't like the raccist brand of republcian
Sarazzara on Nov 22, 2011 at 17:57:45
“You like Romney's inconsistent positions? Or the integrity he demonstrated while building his fortune by buying up businesses, wringing out the profit, and then shutting them down, firing hundreds of workers in the process?”
shurtcircuit on Nov 22, 2011 at 17:53:30
“Hill and Bill 2012 LOL”
bharv1 on Nov 22, 2011 at 17:51:59
“The big problem I have with Willard is his out and out lying and his attempts to decieve the ignorant and uninformed.”
disappointedliberal on Nov 22, 2011 at 17:48:23
“Be patient. If there is something that Romney is not right now, he will eventually say or be that person.”
“Romeney is the only candidate who supports the regular working and poor people. He gave them universal health care, and evened out taxes so that the rich could give their fair share.
Compare this with Perry who only cares about multi-billion dollar oil companies. Romeney comes from humble background and has the debating skills to not make the presidential office a joke.
I support Obama, but Romeney is my second choice
zatonoichi on Nov 22, 2011 at 15:29:44
“If you are not a millionaire, and you vote for the Mittster, that would be no different than a chicken voting for Col. Sanders.”
Hooponopono on Nov 22, 2011 at 15:11:49
“Romney would appoint more conservatives to the Supreme Court which would finish the corporate take over of our country. I cannot think of a greater danger to our beloved democracy.”
caterpol on Nov 22, 2011 at 15:10:05
“Every good thing Romney has ever done, he's now apologizing for. He might have been a good leader if he wasn't so eager to sell out the people.”
HKR07 on Nov 22, 2011 at 15:07:21
“Romney is AWFUL.”
Frickett on Nov 22, 2011 at 15:03:12
“Which Romney? The MA Romney or today's candidate Romney? This week's Romney or last week's Romney? He doesn't come off as hateful like the rest of the bunch, but he can't stick to a position -- ANY position -- on any policy longer than it takes the wind (polls) to change.
Don't be fooled -- Romney didn't come from a "humble" background in the least. He inherited a fortune, and then made it bigger to the tune of $200-250 million. He never had to flip a burger or sell shoes. He, like W, was born on third base.”
Grinling Gibbons on Nov 22, 2011 at 15:02:56
“You're talking about Flip-Romney. Now we have Flop-Romney. He doesn't support working people. He supports whatever Grover Norquist tells him to support. A Romney presidency with a GOP Congress would mean the end of the middle class in America. You can bet on that.”
pmoschetta on Nov 22, 2011 at 14:59:30
“Supports the regular and working people? Are you high?
Romeney's not quite as good as Obama, but I'll take him.
Hooponopono on Nov 22, 2011 at 15:17:56
“I sure would not if I were you. Romney would appoint more conservatives to the Supreme Court, which would complete the corporate take over of our beloved democracy. I can think of no greater danger to our country.”
“No need for teabags here. I like my tea instant. Might I suggest the same for you. It appears you have overdosed on the statist Kool-Aid. Drink!”
AlwaysRight213 on Oct 21, 2011 at 13:19:17
“Two men who changed the World! One made it better and the other is trying to get reelected.”
physioed1 on Oct 21, 2011 at 13:15:59
“Like Steve Wynn, multi-billionaire and lifelong Democrat said "Obama is bad for business, and I will park my billions overseas until he is gone". Steve Jobs was a Genius and read Obama right. "I was not impressed" and "you will be a one term President"! What insight. Steve Wynn and Steve Jobs, both very wealthy and with great vision told it to the Messiah like it is.”
Dead Ted on Oct 21, 2011 at 13:06:09
“Jobs is a teabagger... LOLOLOL. Why don't you try to come up with something original instead of calling anyone a "bagger" who critcizes the pres.”
“Has nothing to do with spreading the wealth. Its about fighting a rigged system. Corporations are polluting our political process to their advantage at everyone else expense. Get off of your Fox news propaganda talking points and think for yourself for once.”
lqw on Oct 15, 2011 at 19:33:50
“I haven't seen Obama or his Wall Street buddies spread the wealth, have you ?”
AFRescue143 on Oct 15, 2011 at 19:30:41
“This is NOT about spreading the Wealth, this is about spreading the OPPORTUNITIES and to level the playing field. These people DO NOT want to TAKE from the Wealthy, they want to insure that THEY have the opportunity to earn their fair share.”
“I still don't understand why Romeneycare is such a bad thing
hypnotoad72 on Oct 11, 2011 at 13:11:10
“It is. Especially as companies whine about the cost of insurance, coupled with the fact nobody wants to address bloated costs (which includes fraud, but as some profit off of fraud, you bet that won't change.)
I don't recall caps on costs being talked about - so they can pretend to put out a good deal but then said "Waah, the customer couldn't pay" (and then get socked with a gigantic fine because everybody's mandated to have it...)
Single payer is the only viable solution. Or, maybe, getting costs and true fraud reduced. ($20 for an aspirin is asinine...)”
“Mitt needs to finally realize that his faith excludes him from what has become mainstream extreemism. He should switch parties, Democrats are the "big tent" party afterall. Then he could run as Elizabeth Warren's VP in 2016.”
“Mitt by far is the most reasonable Republican tho. And this is from a di-hard Obama supporter.
wardropper on Oct 11, 2011 at 12:07:15
“The most reasonable of a totally useless bunch.
He'd be just one more international embarrassment to our credit if we gave him a chance to "represent" us abroad.
He would NOT represent us.
He would represent his "corporations who are people too"...”
iheardthisbefore on Oct 11, 2011 at 12:05:46
“Yes....you are right. But the GOP lowest common denominator rabble that he has to cater to will never choose him in the primaries.
The BEST GOP candidate would be Huntsman....but, again, the RABBLE WILL NOT SELECT HIM because he is a RINO, don't you know....”
mozartmaid2 on Oct 11, 2011 at 12:03:47
“I agree -- though I do worry about his Cabinet containing mostly Bush people... including the guy who was largely responsible for getting us into Iraq.”