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- Boo The Bulls? lol. Seriously though, I picked on you because your post was one of the bottom ones. The funny thing I find is that while many people think the same way "liberals vs. conservatives" the reality is that I find most people to have very similar views. Sure there are some outstretched topics like abortion, taxes for the rich, death penalty, etc... but even those most people don't agree 100% with their "party". That's why I don't have a party. If someone is a religious conservative against abortion well then they're probably against the death penalty even though your party is for it. If not, then they are probably confused. I never read anywhere where it said "Though shall not kill, except..." So my point is that while many of us "take sides" it's not good for us because we lose track of our own personal goals and end up just cheering for a side and booing the other side and ignoring the reasons why we do/believe/think the way we do.
So, it would be nice to hear a clear statement of your own personal opinion on why you think that Obama has done poorly instead of a team mentality which I can't personally grow from and understand others better with.Aug 9, 2012
- I built my business, but so did my community, they helped a lot. #Obama2012Aug 12, 2012
- Amazing. The next thing Obama will say is that Romney didn't build his way to election, Obama "generously guided him there". And at the last minute, he'll come up with a sob story that'll be all over the news. Just like last election. And every person who has no idea who they're voting for will vote for Obama because, "OH! I saw him on the news! He be the one I should vote for! Just like last election. No, Mr. President, you, didn't build America. I am proud to be an American, thanks to Mitt Romney and everyone who helped him get there!Aug 29, 2012
- Sep 2, 2012
- Sounds like Mitt , the good ole boy, may have used alot of that govt money to build his wealthSep 3, 2012
Corporate welfare for Bain and Romney
January 13, 2012
Rugged individualist Mitt Romney is all for the free market, unless it involves pocketing millions in government corporate welfare. Check out the impressive list from Phil Mattera of Good Jobs First of all the companies backed by Bain Capital, Romney's company, that fed at the government udder. In case after case after case, Bain was enjoying public emoluments even as it bought and sold and downsized its way through these employers.
Says Mattera: "Yet a look at Romney’s record at Bain shows not only Gordon Gekko-like business buccaneering, but also a willingness to embrace those very government checks and assurances he is now repudiating. Companies acquired and managed by Bain during Romney’s tenure showed no hesitation in taking taxpayer handouts in the form of state and local economic development subsidies."Sep 17, 2012