YES! Tape proves he's behind the voter intimidation tactics.
NO! Nothing's as bad as insulting 1/2 the country.


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SalmonNationWoman 3 years 6 weeks ago

Romney has NO conscience. Period. He doesn't care one iota if he insults half the country OR more than half the country that are WOMEN.

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brrrrk 3 years 6 weeks ago

As much as I abhore the idea of violence, I fear that there may be a tipping point approaching that may result in violent conflicts..... particularly if the election results are in dispute. I hope I'm wrong.....

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mlevans 3 years 6 weeks ago

brrrrk, I also hope you are incorrect in this. However, I have also been noting the worsening of condidtions in recent times, and wondering if our country may not be headed in such a direction. One of the benefits of living a long time is one gains perspective. Unfortunately that is also one of the drawbacks.

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washnwmn 3 years 6 weeks ago

They are convinced that the only way they can win is through lies, voter manipulation, stacking the courts, buying people off and other dirty tricks, win at all costs, desperate actions. God knows they could never win on any sort of merit, because they don't support bettering the whole of society and begs the question: if that's the best they can do, why does the party even continue? Hard to comprehend that people don't ask what kind of party is worth voting for with such a destructive and self-destructive agenda. The most dangerous thing for society is ignorance and fanaticism - redoubling their efforts after losing sight of any goal. We the people have to do our best to beat the money! However, I strongly believe that if Romney wins, everything will be trashed so badly he won't get a 2nd term and neither will his pals in congress!

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arky12 3 years 6 weeks ago

Since I don't believe in accidents, it stands to reason that not long after this conferance call that major employers sent out these messages to employees. I don't know if it's worse then his 47% comment, but it's definitely more illegal, or should be.

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ghostlly 3 years 6 weeks ago

Both comments are bad. Voter intimidation is bordering on illegal and should be investigated.

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