I'm amazed anyone is voting for Romney

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He seems like a complete fool to me. Flip flops on practically anything and everything you can think of and sets a pretty bad example for everyone else. It wouldn't matter if he were republican or democrat he's a puppet for wall street and he won't serve anyone unless he's paid to. I'm just amazed people are choosing to vote for him. On that note how did Bush even last 8 years without being impeached? Both of them have something in common. I think they're both big fat LIARS.

WhiteShoePrincess's picture
May. 23, 2012 8:05 pm


Even if 90% of the people who will be voting for him know and understand his lies, they will still vote for him for one or more of these reasons:

- Against gay marriage

- Religious fanatic

- He's white

- He has a "Ward Clever" look about him

- He's against Obama in every way

Cubey's picture
Aug. 24, 2010 10:32 pm

Every single one of those reasons are idiotic in one form or another. Also, take a look at this. He's not so different from Obama after all. I think at this point you might as well just vote for Obama because at least you know what you're getting with him. Romney is a paid for religious nut.


WhiteShoePrincess's picture
May. 23, 2012 8:05 pm

but he's white and NOT a democrat....isn't that enough if you're in the party of prejudice? It sure is for the bigots I work with

MEJ's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

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