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So tell me again why I should vote Republican?

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by certifiedfunds, Jun 28, 2012.


  1. certifiedfunds

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    Folks here have said over and over that they SCOTUS was the real issue and that for this reason, above all else, Romney must be supported because he will give us better court appointments.

    Today, a W appointee was the swing vote in upholding Obamacare and now the Republicans are using this as a rally cry for the election, so that it can be repealed. :rofl:Sorry but if anyone actually believes this will be repealed :rofl:really is the only response I can come up with.

    So, tell me again why I should vote for Romney?
     

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    Forget about it Lefty....just vote for berry and enjoy your` self....as long as you can. :)
     

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    Seriously, what is the thrust of the argument you're making here? Your loyalty to the GOP got you nothing but a major assault on your liberty today.
     
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    Don't mind LASTRESORT20, the ones who still haven't woken up (especially after today) like to go bahhhh.
     
  5. certifiedfunds

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    Lefty? :rofl::rofl::rofl:

    And you're planning to vote for a MA gun control liberal who wrote the template for Obamacare?

    Yeah, I'm the Lefty :rofl:
     
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    Certified a lefty? Good stuff. Next you'll tell us Romney's a conservative. Methinks your political compass may be off.

    BTW--the conclave is listening.
     
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    is ron enjoying is unconstitutional social security check? just curious. don't worry. do all the ron paul write ins you can. when that genius in the white house gets re-elected by one point, give yourselves a mental high five, knowing....you won
     
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    Maybe, just maybe you could answer my original question? :wavey:
     
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    Though the decision wasn't ideal, limits were permanently placed on the Commerce Clause. Coercion to limit state sovereignty was curtailed. Democrats were just publicly handed the largest tax increase in history.
     
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    That's an interesting way to describe it. Creative, I'll give you that.
     
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    He paid for it. Spending your own money as you see fit is part of logic. He does however not participate in the special benefits like the congress plan.

    You follow the GOP off the cliff, they're almost as much to blame as the Democrats but hey, say baaaaahhhhh all the way.
     
  12. certifiedfunds

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    Do you think Ron Paul would appoint a Justice who would vote to uphold Obamacare?
     
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    You've gotta' be a lefty if you don't like the gun banning liberal. It's like a rule or somethin', maybe even state law.
     
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    i don't know. neither do you, neither does he. welcome to the real world. you and the maybe 3% want to do a write in, that's fine. but when he doesn't win no one wants to hear the vast right wing conspiracy bullcrap. he ran, i voted for him in the primary. he lost. i live in reality.
     
  15. certifiedfunds

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    Oh, I think we both know:whistling:
     
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    no, we don't. he has shown just how hypocritical he is by collecting social security.

    he has less than a snowballs chance, and, if whether you choose to accept it or not, deep down, you know it.
     
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    Because its your Republican duty er I mean your American responsibility. :supergrin:
     
  18. certifiedfunds

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    How is Paul hypocritical?

    I agree he has no chance. My question at the front end of this thread is why should I vote for Romney.

    Ideas?
     
  19. G29Reload

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    This argument is a chimera. Both Left and Right throughout history (yes, even FDR and Truman) made appointments with Justices who became turncoats. For whatever reason, whether stealth agenda, or the influence of other justices, or change of heart, it happens.

    Bush I gave us Clarence Thomas.

    He also gave us Souter.

    Many justices have lied over time.

    So, your description is not apt at all.

    There are two guys running.

    Obama created this garbage and is thrilled.
    Mittens specifically said he dismantle it starting day one.

    So, its not even close. It's not about electing Mittens, its about firing BHO. Mitt has committed strongly, including again today in specifics.

    There is no question of who to vote for. Unless you want to double down.

    As for Mitt and the Judiciary, you know Hatch will have his ear. Odds heavily in favor of a conservative judge.

    But no, no one is immune from trickery. The Roberts thing is also bizarre and completely unexpected.
     
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    What I find fascinating is when a SCJ does what the constitution mandates, that is be non-partisan and vote as he believes the Constitution requires, wrong or right, he's lambasted by those who only want a "neutral" Court when it decides in their political ideological favor.

    Justices should be non-partisan, that is how the Constitution defined them!


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