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Mitt Romney getting tough...

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Cambo, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. Cambo

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  2. cowboy1964

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    Bout freakin' time!

    Obama really needs to send Uncle Joey on a 3 month vacation. I can't wait to see Ryan and Biden debate.
     
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  3. JBnTX

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    Things are going to start turning bad for Obama.

    I'm a firm believer that he will suffer a humiliating defeat come November.

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  4. BlownFiveLiter

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    I really, truly hope so. Mitt Romney, however people feel about his political views and history, is seemingly a "nice guy" and is making the same mistakes McCain made in 2008, by trying to run an honorable campaign. He needs to come out firing on all 8 cylinders and have Paul Ryan do the same, or we're going to see a second term from Obama. He needs to not only make Obama look bad, he needs to abuse him with the facts about the failures of his Presidency. When he lies about Romney's truth, hammer him on it again. There is no fair fight against a Chicago politician. He needs to hit a grand slam, not swing to make contact. There should be plenty of Obama/Biden soundbites since 2008 that can be used against them that this election should be a landslide for the GOP when the truth is shown to the voters.
     
  5. countrygun

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    Perfect summary Sir!


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  6. janice6

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    Glad to hear someone call a thug, a thug. Chicago can have him.
     
  7. maxsnafu

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    McCain didn't "run an honorable campaign"; he ran a stupid, narcissistic one. He refused to bring up legitimate issues like affirmative action and immigration in the mistaken belief that he was "better than that"--and Romney is making the same mistake. There are many issues, in addition to the economy, that Romney should be hitting Obama with but so far it's all bromides and boilerplate. If Romney doesn't soon get off his high horse and play hardball with every possible issue he has the GOP will, once again, lose. And if the GOP doesn't do something soon about immigration they're going to lose from now on and deservedly so.
     
  8. aircarver

    aircarver Ride Continues Silver Member

    There's a war on, and the Republicans better start fighting it ! ...

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  9. whoflungdo

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    The best line I've heard in a while...
     
  10. JFrame

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    +1

    Word! :wave:


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  11. Paul7

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    I know the Romney-haters don't like to hear this, but compared to McCain, Romney is tougher, smarter and more articulate, and has much more useful real-world experience. McCain's POW stint was laudable, but not a qualification for president.

    McCain treated Obama with kid gloves in '08.
     
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  12. kirgi08

    kirgi08 Watcher. Silver Member

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    Acme proving grounds.
  13. JFrame

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    One would be hard pressed to convince me that McCain did not run the most inept presidential campaign in history.

    The American people did not want to trust Obama. Johnny and the MSM convinced them otherwise.


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  14. youngdocglock

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    WOOT!. I believe he has to be tough, i mean he is speaking to the biggest cheat, scammer and LIAR in the entire Country. I would have used much harsher words personally.