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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Zombie Surgeon, Oct 3, 2012.
Romney looks Presidental.
Actually, he just wiped the floor w/ the HNIC.
"You can't have a free market without regulation"
Mitt Romney 10/3/2012
Nope, that is not a reasonable conclusion.
Yes, of course they are.
.05% actually vote for someone who stands for their beliefs.
Romney just summed it up. He's got my vote.
Wow, the news blackout concerning the last four years of goings on from this administration makes romney look like a genius on par with the great communicator, ronald reagan.
The moderator seems to be barry soetoro sympathetic. Sure enough, romney is an obama-lite.
(On the scary note: barry keeps mentioning he wants to help the Middle Class. The things he kept promising to do four years ago are the exact same things he did just the opposite of what he said he'd do once he made it into office. The opposite of helping the Middle Class is hurting them. I hope this is a reagan-karter kind of year next month.)
It's over. Mittens win hands down.
I doubt even the CNN / MSNBC journolists will have the nerve to claim Obama cam up on top.
On that count, he is right.
Regulation IS one of the essential roles of government. It doesnt even matter if the regulation is somewhat against business...AS LONG AS IT IS STABLE and people can count on it remaining fairly stable.
You give people a set of rules that wont change much and the faith that is true, the economy will boom. Only the government can do that and enforce it.
The government is not all bad, if it is doing reasonable things. being the rule maker and ref of the market is a government function....JUST STOP CHANGING IT.
The media hasn't done Obama any favors by coddling him over the past 4 years. He clearly can't handle being directly challenged on his decisions and having someone demand clarity from him when he speaks in generalizations. I'm not surprised he repeatedly stumbled and nearly lost his composure at several instances.
What surprises me is how badly he has done so and how consistently.
That's fair. I like that Romney is playing on multiple levels and to different groups quite smoothly.
No doubt MSNBC, CNN, Reuter et al will declare Obama the unanimous winner by back points if not by pin.
And he is correct.
Bout the best thing he said.
What a joke this was.
I would honestly score it for Romney. He really did "win" in the sense he debated better.
0.5% are suicidal fools who are giving their votes to a communist because believe that proves they are holier than thou.
Go back 'til Christ and point out even a thin slice of time in which free-markets worked without some regulation.
I'll give you a pass. You can't.
I agree with you quite a bit, but not voting for Romney is voting for Obama. No matter how you slice it.
Is there going to be a debate on social issues?
Forget the debate. A picture is worth 1,000 words...
Spot on. I would also add that absent coherent regulation, free markets often spin into monopoly, which can also kill efficiency and throttle growth.