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  1. Cluster November 3, 2012 / 12:00 pm

    Obama said yesterday that the best “revenge”, was to vote. Revenge for what? How far he has fallen since his hope and change days.

  2. Cluster November 3, 2012 / 12:30 pm

    Another endorsement for Romney:

    Hillary Clinton’s former Senate state director, Gigi Georges: – “For most of my life, I’ve been an active Democrat. I am proud to have worked for President Bill Clinton and then-Senator Hillary Clinton, and, during that time, I saw firsthand what can be accomplished by strong, bipartisan leadership. I know what it means to work across the aisle on issues that are important to the American people. And that’s why I am supporting Mitt Romney. Governor Romney has a plan to restore the prosperity this country deserves and expects. He will work with people of good will no matter what their party, and he will pursue the policies that are in the best interest of our country, no matter who proposes them. That’s what President Obama promised to do four years ago. But like so many of his promises, bipartisan cooperation is just another one he has broken. We can’t have four more years of failed policies and two parties that can’t work together. We need the change Mitt Romney is offering.”

    • neocon01 November 3, 2012 / 2:46 pm

      I am proud to have worked for President Bill Clinton and then-Senator Hillary Clinton,

      PROUD? she lost me right there,
      but at least she has some redeeming qualities.

    • ricorun November 4, 2012 / 3:35 pm

      Cluster (quoting Gigi Georges): I know what it means to work across the aisle on issues that are important to the American people. And that’s why I am supporting Mitt Romney.

      Is that what you’re really hoping, Cluster, that Romney will find a way to work across the aisle? For the record, that’s what I’m hoping. And that’s exactly why I’m supporting Mitt Romney. What’s your candid opinion?

      In a more candid glimpse of my own thinking, if I were to look only at “Mitt, the primary candidate”, there’s no way I’d vote for him. He would be too stringently ideological. But if I were to look only at “Mitt, the Governor of Massachusetts”, I would have no qualms at all. Likewise, if I were to look only at his tenure at Bain Capital there’s no way I’d vote for him. But if I were only to look at his performance directing the 2002 Winter Olympics, again I would have no qualms at all. Those are, to be sure, some major flip-flops. But to succeed despite of them suggests a person who has a higher vision — one who knows how to deal with the requisite BS in order to get things done. In short, what I see emerging between all the lines is a pragmatist first and foremost. I believe Mitt Romney is someone who understands what actually works, someone who has demonstrated the capability of dispensing with grand ideology when necessary, no matter how heartfelt it is in his personal life (and the latter is VERY apparent). I believe he will favor pragmatic solutions for the better of all.

      Cluster (quoting Gigi Georges): I know what it means to work across the aisle on issues that are important to the American people. And that’s why I am supporting Mitt Romney.

      Is that what you’re really hoping, Cluster — that Romney will find a way to work across the aisle? For the record, that’s what I’m hoping. And that’s exactly why I’m supporting Mitt Romney. What’s your candid opinion?

      In a more candid glimpse of my own thinking, if I were to look only at “Mitt, the primary candidate”, there’s no way I’d vote for him. He would be too stringently ideological. But if I were to look only at “Mitt, the Governor of Massachusetts, I would have no qualms at all. Likewise, if I were to look only at his tenure at Bain Capital there’s no way I’d vote for him. But if I were only to look at his performance directing the 2002 Winter Olympics, again I would have no qualms at all. Those are, to be sure, some major flip-flops. But to succeed despite of them suggests a person who has a higher vision — who knows how to deal with the requisite BS in order to get things done. In short, what I see emerging between all the lines is a pragmatist first and foremost. I believe Mitt Romney is someone who understands what actually works, someone who has demonstrated the capability of dispensing with grand ideology when necessary, no matter how heartfelt it is in his personal life (and the latter is VERY apparent). I believe he will favor pragmatic solutions for the better of all.

      Then again, that’s what I thought of Obama back in 2008. It didn’t work out. Then again, if Obama was up against McCain again, I’d vote for Obama again. But Romney is a “neo-RINO” with chops.

      • Amazona November 4, 2012 / 3:47 pm

        “Then again, if Obama was up against McCain again, I’d vote for Obama again. ”

        This is what happens when people vote for people instead of political systems.

        Yes, McCain is a Rino, but he would have represented a system which is at least nominally the system of severely restrained federal government, and after Bush he would have had to face a significant number of his own party holding his feet to the fire, whereas Obama openly represents the party of unrestrained federal government with no effort to rein that in except from a segment of the opposition party.

        People who vote for people rather than political systems create the problem we have had in the past four years—a system antithetical to the goals of the Constitution and in contradiction to the core beliefs of most Americans, just because a lot of people liked the PERSON they saw in Obama, or disliked the PERSON they saw in McCain, oblivious to the political system each man represented, and oblivious to the power held by the majority party.

        (Some smugly call this random and disorganized voting pattern “pragmatic”)

      • Cluster November 4, 2012 / 10:52 pm

        Rico,

        I hope he does work across the aisle with Democrats who will put country ahead of party. Democrats who will help reform our government more along constitutional lines. Democrats who will give relief to the private sector to once again reignite our economy. I am not sure Democrats like that exist anymore though. Evan Bayh was one of the last sensible Democrats, and he chose to leave the now, far, far left Democraatic party.

      • neocon01 November 5, 2012 / 10:27 am

        donks = CPUSA

        never work with them until they become Americans again

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