Monday, September 17, 2012

My turn now- Romney is this the guy we really want

Mitt Romney Video: Barack Obama Voters 'Dependent On Government'
A bunch of Romney quips is this the guy we really want.
listen carfully at what he says in all the video clips.


At 5:33 PM, nophcoli said...

People on welfare didn't cost us 15 million jobs and trillions in savings.
People On Wall Street did.

At 8:23 PM, jarasan said...

GD truth hurts doesn't it? Face it, we have almost half a country dependent on the govt in some form or another. Obama has done nothing to improve the situation, he has made it worse. The world has lost respect for us, our credit rating sux more than ever before, we are printing money like Zimbabwe, on and on, no improvement in 4 years, we need change big time, time to grow up and get working again, we need adults in charge, no more czars, no more secrecy, no more procrastination, no more bail outs, no more bullsh1t.

At 9:18 PM, MADDOG10 said...

Time for the change...               Remember in November....!

At 10:14 PM, rdgrnr said...

A blurred out, doctored video, supposedly to protect the identity of the guy who made it so he doesn't get sued?
And put out there by HuffandPuffingtonPost on top of it?
Yeah right, four4me, get serious. You're getting really gullible in your old age.
Totally lame, dude.

At 11:24 PM, GASMETERGUY said...


I respectfully disagree. Wall Street reacted to the growing burden of government by moving jobs to countries where the labor laws are more favorable, where the corporation can produce goods at a competitive price. When the burden of government grows too large, too heavy, too regulatory, then corporations, in order to survive, make the decisions necessary for their survival. You would do the same.

In a sense, the people on welfare did cost us 15 million jobs. And if Obama wins re-election, these same welfare people will cost us the country as we know it today.

At 12:20 AM, four4me said...

At 8:09 AM, four4me said...

But it's ok that our country feeds the rest of the world offers aid and assistance to virtually every country that asks or needs it with the exception of a few.

So it must be a good thing as long as company's and republicans are getting rich of the backs of American workers.

Meanwhile our country fails miserably at taking care of it's own.

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