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Forum Post: Is Romney Going to Win Tomorrow?

Posted 12 years ago on Jan. 21, 2012, 2:40 a.m. EST by TimMcGraw (50)
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Is he the one to take out Obama? I think so. I voted for Obama last time, but it'll be Romney all the way this time.



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[-] 1 points by darrenlobo (204) 12 years ago

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.......Is something important happening? Oh the SC primary, that's right. They're going to vote for candidates like Mutt Clowney or Gnat Ginclown maybe Rich Sanclownum. It's a 3 ring circus!

[-] 0 points by GirlFriday (17435) 12 years ago

Romney is a douche. He is not well liked by Republicans.

[-] 0 points by headlesscross (67) 12 years ago

Newt will take SC.

Why the hell did you vote for Obama?

[-] 0 points by uncensored (104) 12 years ago

Nope, Newt will win. And later he will take out Obama.

[-] 0 points by Builder (4202) 12 years ago

Won't make a scrap of difference, buddy.

They are all bought and paid for by the same bunch of pricks that run the whole show.

[-] 1 points by TimMcGraw (50) 12 years ago

I don't think they're all corrupt. Usually the longer they've been in politics the greater the odds, but I think Romney is a good man. I'm voting for him.

[-] 1 points by Builder (4202) 12 years ago

Sorry to burst your bubble Buddy.

Why has America lost so many manufacturing jobs overseas, look no further than Mitt Romney; the King of Bain.

During his tenure at Bain Mitt Romney was not a capitalist. He was a predatory corporate raider that didn't seek to create value “or jobs.” Instead, Romney looked for businesses he could pick apart.

He represented the worst possible kind of predator, operating within the law yet well outside the bounds of what most real capitalists consider ethical.

Romney's ‘creative destruction’ model made him wealthy at the expense of thousands of American jobs. At Bain Romney pioneered ‘deindustrialization,’ a process by which they searched out vulnerable companies, took them over, loaded them with debt, and collected obscene fees for doing so.

He sent jobs overseas or killed them altogether, and then picked apart the remains - including pension funds - before the companies went bankrupt. Some might call that the free market. Most of us think its just plain wrong.


[-] -1 points by gosso920 (-24) 12 years ago

Go Romney! And take Ron Paul with you!