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 10-24-2012, 10:33 AM         #101
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This is why American politics are a fu*kin' joke.

People don't care about the candidates, they care about the party. Redneck voters would rather vote for Romney because they symbolize with the party, not his personal views (which when he was Gov. of Mass, very liberal). On the other hand, you have people that look at the candidate at face value. Lots of people see Barrack as a cool dude and he's been using that strategy well (dapping up his wife, basketball, brushing off his shoulders, etc.). They want to feel hip themselves so they vote for the more "modern", hip candidate.

If it was about the candidate's views, Gary Johnson would have a legitimate chance of being president but things will never change. In Canada we have a legitimate three party system with a major fourth party (Liberals, Conservatives, NDP which were second most popular a couple years back, and the Green Party) and in Quebec they have more.

You have to give the people choices and CNN/Fox don't want to stray far from the two-party system because it means less viewership for their sh*tty networks. I honestly don't believe Americans are dumb, just ignorant because they're not being given all the choices properly.



tl;dr American political system
 10-24-2012, 10:52 AM         #102
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Obama for the win.
 5 years ago '04        #103
dat_boi_tj 5 heat pts
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This white dude on Facebook called me a "Kool-Aid Dirnker" for liking Obama... wasnt sure how to take it...lol... I see what he did there
 5 years ago '12        #104
Rumpleforeskin 
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Hey guys, guess what? Romney is a liar!
 5 years ago '08        #105
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...for some, this should pretty much sum it up...

Tribune endorsement: Too Many Mitts

Obama has earned another term

Published: October 22, 2012 10:22AM
Updated: October 22, 2012

Nowhere has Mitt Romney's pursuit of the presidency been more warmly
welcomed or closely followed than here in Utah. The Republican nominee's
political and religious pedigrees, his adeptly bipartisan governorship of a
Democratic state, and his head for business and the bottom line all inspire
admiration and hope in our largely Mormon, Republican, business-friendly
state.

But it was Romney's singular role in rescuing Utah's organization of the
2002 Olympics from a cesspool of scandal, and his oversight of the most
successful Winter Games on record, that make him the Beehive State's
favorite adopted son. After all, Romney managed to save the state from
ignominy, turning the extravaganza into a showcase for the matchless
landscapes, volunteerism and efficiency that told the world what is best and
most beautiful about Utah and its people.

In short, this is the Mitt Romney we knew, or thought we knew, as one of us.

Sadly, it is not the only Romney, as his campaign for the White House has
made abundantly clear, first in his servile courtship of the tea party in
order to win the nomination, and now as the party's shape-shifting nominee.
From his embrace of the party's radical right wing, to subsequent portrayals
of himself as a moderate champion of the middle class, Romney has raised the
most frequently asked question of the campaign: "Who is this guy, really,
and what in the world does he truly believe?"

The evidence suggests no clear answer, or at least one that would survive
Romney's next speech or sound bite. Politicians routinely tailor their words
to suit an audience. Romney, though, is shameless, lavishing vastly diverse
audiences with words, any words, they would trade their votes to hear.

More troubling, Romney has repeatedly refused to share specifics of his
radical plan to simultaneously reduce the debt, get rid of Obamacare (or, as
he now says, only part of it), make a voucher program of Medicare, slash
taxes and spending, and thereby create millions of new jobs. To claim, as
Romney does, that he would offset his tax and spending cuts (except for
billions more for the military) by doing away with tax deductions and
exemptions is utterly meaningless without identifying which and how many
would get the ax. Absent those specifics, his promise of a balanced budget
simply does not pencil out.

If this portrait of a Romney willing to say anything to get elected seems
harsh, we need only revisit his branding of 47 percent of Americans as
freeloaders who pay no taxes, yet feel victimized and entitled to government
assistance. His job, he told a group of wealthy donors, "is not to worry
about those people. I'll never convince them they should take personal
responsibility and care for their lives."

Where, we ask, is the pragmatic, inclusive Romney, the Massachusetts
governor who left the state with a model health care plan in place, the
Romney who led Utah to Olympic glory? That Romney skedaddled and is nowhere
to be found.

And what of the president Romney would replace? For four years, President
Barack Obama has attempted, with varying degrees of success, to pull the
nation out of its worst financial meltdown since the Great Depression, a
deepening crisis he inherited the day he took office.

In the first months of his presidency, Obama acted decisively to stimulate
the economy. His leadership was essential to passage of the badly needed
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Though Republicans criticize the
stimulus for failing to create jobs, it clearly helped stop the hemorrhaging
of public sector jobs. The Utah Legislature used hundreds of millions in
stimulus funds to plug holes in the state's budget.

The president also acted wisely to bail out the auto industry, which has
since come roaring back. Romney, in so many words, said the carmakers should
sink if they can't swim.

Obama's most noteworthy achievement, passage of his signature Affordable
Care Act, also proved, in its timing, his greatest blunder. The set of
comprehensive health insurance reforms aimed at extending health care
coverage to all Americans was signed 14 months into his term after a
ferocious f!ght in Congress that sapped the new president's political
capital and destroyed any chance for bipartisan cooperation on the shredded
economy.

Obama's foreign policy record is perhaps his strongest suit, especially
compared to Romney's bellicose posture toward Russia and China and his
inflammatory rhetoric regarding Iran's nuclear weapons program. Obama's
measured reliance on tough economic embargoes to bring Iran to heel, and his
equally measured disengagement from the war in Afghanistan, are examples of
a nuanced approach to international affairs. The glaring exception, still
unfolding, was the administration's failure to protect the lives of the U.S.
ambassador to Libya and three other Americans, and to quickly come clean
about it.

In considering which candidate to endorse, The Salt Lake Tribune editorial
board had hoped that Romney would exhibit the same talents for organization,
pragmatic problem solving and inspired leadership that he displayed here
more than a decade ago. Instead, we have watched him morph into a friend of
the far right, then tack toward the center with breathtaking aplomb. Through
a pair of presidential debates, Romney's domestic agenda remains bereft of
detail and worthy of mistrust.

Therefore, our endorsement must go to the incumbent, a competent leader who,
against tough odds, has guided the country through catastrophe and set a
course that, while rocky, is pointing toward a brighter day. The president
has earned a second term. Romney, in whatever guise, does not deserve a
first.


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 5 years ago '04        #106
killadre 229 heat pts229
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These clowns fali to realize over 22k ppl lost their job in the navy alone when this dude took office.
With economy still being sh*t even with an honorable discharge ppl still can't tint a job.


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 5 years ago '08        #107
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 popsjenkins said:
But how is that Obama's fault?? If there is ignorant people around you, then that's their problem.

The only question is do YOU feel Romney would do a better job, or is other people's perception of you affecting your vote?

If you genuinely want Romney because you feel he is the better candidate, then state that. Don't cop out on some "people will think I'm racist so he should just lose so I won't be inconvenienced" type sh*t.
honestly..a part of me feels like

Romney is a corporate as*hole

and guess what corporate as*holes have in common

they all rich..and know how to GET MONEY


with a mind like his..maybe he could apply that to america and get some income in this country..i just couldnt picture him making this country even more broke..

dude a money maker..

and also i could see him putting major pressure on other countires..and i dont think any other country would want to fu*k with Romney as our commander and chief ...but with Obama..

they dont respect the dude...at alll..its clear


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 5 years ago '08        #108
Gmengfx 75 heat pts75
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and what i dont get is why "big businesses" are such a problem

(correct me if im wrong) honestly..this isnt facts just how i perceive it

say you got a company like "apple"

now who hires more jobs..

"APPLE"
or
your mom and pops shop down on 108th street?

so with more companies like apple..doesnt that mean more jobs..there are thousanddddddddddddssssssss of sub jobs under a company like apple or wallmart..
 5 years ago '09        #109
messy marv stan 4528 heat pts4528
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both men are sponsored by the military industrial complex
in simple terms the military effictively dictates everything the president does
 5 years ago '06        #110
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 dat_boi_tj said:
This white dude on Facebook called me a "Kool-Aid Dirnker" for liking Obama... wasnt sure how to take it...lol... I see what he did there
He came with a mean double entendre.........lmao
 5 years ago '10        #111
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yeah when people laughed that was that nail....


n*gga said we've visited the website quite a bit and it still doesnt work!
 5 years ago '04        #112
Zab_JudahX 5 heat pts
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You saltines is madder than a mf'er
 5 years ago '04        #113
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 TheMindOf said:
Sick of n*ggas talking about blah blah blah "puppets" and "I don't believe in a 2 party system" and all that nonsense.

If you don't like it, and you wanna live in a place where you know that the people in government have total power, Move to Africa. Move to Cuba.

Aint nobody stopping you. If you're so mad at the America, you don't have to be here. Thats the beauty of this country, no?
get em......good post
 5 years ago '06        #114
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 Gmengfx said:
and what i dont get is why "big businesses" are such a problem

(correct me if im wrong) honestly..this isnt facts just how i perceive it

say you got a company like "apple"

now who hires more jobs..

"APPLE"
or
your mom and pops shop down on 108th street?

so with more companies like apple..doesnt that mean more jobs..there are thousanddddddddddddssssssss of sub jobs under a company like apple or wallmart..
those jobs are in china...
 5 years ago '07        #115
Cartel-Clipz 28 heat pts28
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 5 years ago '12        #116
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this smiley was made for this.
 10-24-2012, 03:35 PM         #117
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 5 years ago '12        #118
Julian 5 heat pts
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Mitt need to win the black vote, Women vote, Gay vote, Jewish vote, Younger generation vote, along with the ultra Christians vote. McCain, who would have won over mitt if he had ran again, couldn't take Obama. How people think I guy with less support of major groups going to win?

Obama will win the States that equals the most electoral votes
 5 years ago '05        #119
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all the Obama stans in here are hilarious. I don't even like Romney, but you guys are fu*kin' nuts if you think either of them is that different. Both dudes are funded by the banks and and represent th same thing. Obama is just more personable and for some reason all you guys think he's cool or something because he isn't Mitt Romney, Obama got y'all fooled as fu*k. Just keep supporting dude as he strips your rights one by one behind closed doors.
 10-24-2012, 04:07 PM         #120
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unemployment since hes been president:


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gas prices since hes been president:


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minimum wage since hes been president:

2009: 7.25
2012: 7.25

that sh*t that make your soul burn slow
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