Question

Is there really that much difference between BO and Mitt Romney? These are the Establishment choices, and it appears the Establishment does not care who wins. As Ron Smith late of WBA

L Radio talk show host for years has always said there isn't a dime's worth of difference between the parties. And it looks like this year they will get their puppet nominees.

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  1. If you look at their campaign positions, there is a lot of difference. The trouble is that, with both of them, you’re never quite sure if what they say they are going to do if elected is what they will do if elected.

    However, there is one huge and very important difference: Mitt Romney has been a successful businessman, and he knows what businesses need to succeed in America. President Obama really doesn’t have the first clue about how business works. A very great American President once said, “The business of America is business,” and that’s exactly right: private business now employs 83% of all Americans with jobs. The way to help Americans is to help keep the businesses that employ them working and making a profit; Mitt Romney understands that, and I really don’t think that Barack Obama does.

  2. Editor says:
    January 15, 2012 at 21:36 (Edit)
    If you look at their campaign positions, there is a lot of difference. The trouble is that, with both of them, you’re never quite sure if what they say they are going to do if elected is what they will do if elected.

    How many presidents have entered office and say “I didn’t know things were this bad.” And then world and the country control events rather than the other the other way around.

  3. York, the differences are pronounced. Obama is a doctrinaire Marxist out to eviscerate the economic strength of America, and Romney isn’t.

    That’s more than significant, it’s a matter of fiscal life and death. Yes, the Establishment is going to remain in-place (albeit temporarily if Obama wins) no matter which one is elected, however, if Obama succeeds in getting 4 more years to do his genocidal dirty work the American middle class will be quickly relegated to the endangered species list and be marked out for extinction.

    I do understand the inclination to lump the upper levels of the GOP establishment in with the Democrat Party elite, they share many of the same traits. But, make no mistake, today their differences are vastly greater than their similarities.

    Recall if you will the Lost Kos pronouncement following Algore’s defeat when they announced the Democrat Party belonged to them. “We bought it, we own it, it’s ours now!” They were right, today’s Democrat Party isn’t the party of JFK or Scoop Jackson. It’s the party of media bias, deception, Black Panthers, Weathermen, injustice, hatred, and corruption.

    So, make no mistake, there’s a huge difference between the GOP establishment and the Democrat Party elite. It’s as real as a heart attack, it’s as serious as life and death, and either we defeat Obama and take back our country or they will enslave us.

  4. Ropelight, you have gone off the deep end! I hope it’s a temporary setback. Better take good care of yourself, because none of your extremist friends give a s**t about anyone other than themselves! :)

  5. ropelight says:
    January 16, 2012 at 09:46 (Edit)

    York, the differences are pronounced. Obama is a doctrinaire Marxist out to eviscerate the economic strength of America, and Romney isn’t.

    That’s more than significant, it’s a matter of fiscal life and death. Yes, the Establishment is going to remain in-place (albeit temporarily if Obama wins) no matter which one is elected, however, if Obama succeeds in getting 4 more years to do his genocidal dirty work the American middle class will be quickly relegated to the endangered species list and be marked out for extinction.

    Rope, I understand what you are saying. I just look at the mess as a whole and know BO is taking us down, and I, like many election years have the choice of who I don’t like the least. There was a great line in a movie about a president (forgot the movie name but it had Michael Douglas and Michael J Fox in it) and Fox had this line where a candidate would have the ability of taking the people to the desert and convince them the sand was water when they got thirsty. Nothing like that exists on either party. We all get taken to the desert and abandoned.

  6. It’s a rainy night in Georgia:

    GEORGIA JUDGE SUBPOENAS OBAMA AND MULTIPLE DOCUMENTS

    Attorney Orly Taitz’s website is reporting that Georgia Judge Michael Malihi has issued a subpoena demanding Barack Hussein Obama appear in court January 26, 2012 and produce his original long-form birth certificate, passport records, college registration records, and more.

  7. ropelight says:
    January 16, 2012 at 12:10 (Edit)

    It’s a rainy night in Georgia:

    GEORGIA JUDGE SUBPOENAS OBAMA AND MULTIPLE DOCUMENTS

    Attorney Orly Taitz’s website is reporting that Georgia Judge Michael Malihi has issued a subpoena demanding Barack Hussein Obama appear in court January 26, 2012 and produce his original long-form birth certificate, passport records, college registration records, and more.

    Read this a week or so ago. If I were the Judge, I’d hide figuratively. I know it says for BO to show up, but I bet he’ll send an Army of lawyers.

  8. York, it’s an update, which I failed to make clear. Obama’s lawyers attempted quash the subpoena, but the judge upheld it.

  9. ropelight says:
    January 16, 2012 at 12:39

    York, it’s an update, which I failed to make clear. Obama’s lawyers attempted quash the subpoena, but the judge upheld it.

    Wonder what he’ll get Holder to do?

  10. Just saw Mark Levin on the Cavuto show. He nailed when he said we have basically an unaccountable 4th Branch of Government regulates everything we do. My thought on this 4th Branch has been created and any leader can hide behind the shield of regulations. What out there is not regulated? I read that the first half session of this Congress did next to nothing. I thought that was the best news the country could get. If Congress does nothing, there are no mandates for more regulations. If you think about it, you should cheer. The next thought is the 2,000 page Obamidible Care Bill has so far created 20,000 pages of regulations. Anyone in this country probably breaks dozens of regs per day. And remember, these writers of regs are virtually unaccountable to the citizens and voters. We can vote for leaders, we can vote for legislators, and we can vote on state levels for judges, but when have you ever voted for a regulator?

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