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Jimmy Carter: I’d be ‘comfortable’ with Mitt Romney

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by snerd, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. snerd

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    And, this is surprising, how? Conservatives have no true national voice anymore. The demoRats are rank socialists. The repugnants are liberals.

    And the conservatives are asleep.
     
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    it is more likely that carter is going a little senile:whistling:
     
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    I'm shocked!






















    Not really
     
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    Of course he would be. Robamney is just a lighter shade pale.
     
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    This is a smart move on Jimmy's part. He knows that historians will never place him above the "historic one" as the worst POS ever so he is choosing someone that can take his place.
     
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    Where have you been the last 3 years? Jimmuh is number 2 on the list. Mitt has potential to be in the bottom 5, but it's gonna take a while before anyone slides in between Barry and him.
     
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    One faction of the populace would agree. However, that faction doesn't control the media or our government education system. Mmm, Mmm, Mmm, Barack Hussein Obama.
     
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    On another note -- has Jimmuh Carter made a sane comment in the past decade? :dunno:


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    TRUTH. :wavey:
     
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    Jimmy might see that he better get comfortable.. because that is what is coming..
     
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    Sure, the only way things don't go the way we would like them to go in a popularity contest / job interview, is that there is a spooky group of 7 guys, one in charge of each continent, running it all.

    There are factions that try to have influence in one or more aspects, and some of those have mutual goals and cooperate. But the more I think about it, I see more chaos than control.
     
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    Or for that matter several decades.
     
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    I think you are reading more into my post than needs be. My point was/is that Obama, in the annals of history, won't be seen as worse than Carter. Why is that? Because the left won't let it happen to their chosen one. To them he will always be the bestest and brightest president ever and it will be reflected that way in the media and government school history books.
    Have you looked at a government school history book lately? I was shocked at how much our history had changed since I was in school.
     
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    Oh well. I have my own list, and since it an opinion any way, that should probably be the only list that matters to me.
     
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    Oh, yeah -- you have a good point there...


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    No surprise here. Mitt is a member of the club, of course.
     
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    Dem's "Reverse Psychology".

    Premised by: if Carter endorses you it's the "Kiss of Death".