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Old 03-19-2012, 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by daddus1 View Post
What will he do to this country if he doesn't have to worry about reelection? That's the part that makes me sick. ANYTHING is better than that!!!

EXACTLY what I was trying to say. Hunt- thank you for remaining respectful in this discussion- I greatly appreciate it. I absolutely agree with you on the Santorum/Newt ticket- that would be awesome. That would be my "combo". The other scenarios you listed are of some concern to me as well. I agree that Romney is a big-spending money-hungary man... BUT, I still think he'll do a better job that Obama. Quite honestly, I know in my heart, I WOULD DO A BETTER JOB than Obama- and I'm no where near qualified. If Romney does get in, that's step 1 in my eyes. GET OBAMA OUT. Now, if Romney wins- who says he has to stay in office more than 4 years? The important thing to remember is that Obama will be GONE and he cannot run for re-election again. That's all I'm saying. We can pick and choose who we like the most and who we want to win all day... but when it comes voting time, we need to band together and vote Republican for our NATION. This is OUR COUNTRY. I think Romney will get the picture if he wins the election... there's going to be alot expected of him. I think he's smart enough to realize that. Now, will he actually do it? Who knows. I know one thing though, we have a better shot at getting back on our feet again as a country under Romney than we do as Obama. Like you said Hunt- "Obama is slamming this country down fast, but Romney will bring this country down slowly" Well at least it's an improvment. I know that's bad to say, but comon.

A "no-vote" is the same as voting for Obama.
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