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Romney4Prez
8:21 AM GMT-0800
Obama came into office amid two costly wars, economic chaos and the costs of three expensive entitlement programs (social security, Medicare and Medicaid) running out of control. Adding an additional and immensely costly entitlement program, Obamacare, was the last thing the country needed. Instead, he should have taken action to reduce healthcare costs by passing tort reform, clamping down on medical billing fraud, curbing pharmaceutical companies’ greed, stopping the abuse of emergency services and misuse of healthcare services by illegals and restructuring health insurance. For example, the premium for all insurance coverage is calculated on the risk factor. As such, the premiums for unhealthy people resulting from lifestyle choices such as obesity, smoking and excessive drinking should be higher.

Instead, Obama doggedly pressed on with his Obamacare, passing it with zero bipartisan support unlike the other three major entitlement programs and shoved it down the throat of reluctant Americans. Since his health reform bill was passed unilaterally, Americans have increasingly seen their employers dropping or reducing their health insurance coverage, while raising deductibles and co-pay. Free contraceptives and abortions that Obamacare intends to pay for everybody will push up the cost of already high healthcare premiums. With the Supreme Court legalizing mandatory insurance purchase, people who are barely hanging on to disappearing jobs are going to see a big chunk of their take-home pay diverted into the pockets of insurance companies, all without their consent.

Under Obama’s freeloader-pleasing policies, the middle class has been suffering and hard-pressed to make ends meet. They have lost their homes and jobs and have to resort to part-time or manual labor jobs well below their qualifications. Many adults continue living with parents or end up moving back in with them with dependent children for lack of meaningful employment.

He didn’t take any notice of this situation until his poll numbers started to reflect the general discontent. His solution was to go around the country drumming up support for his now defunct Jobs Bill which he cooked up by himself, without consulting either party, while Congress was in recess.

Obama is a man whose ambition far exceeds his qualifications and ability to be a leader of this great country. He constantly pursues misguided policies and blames everyone but himself for his failures. Instead of seeking the middle ground as most successful presidents have done in the past, he prefers to usurp dictatorial powers the Constitution does not grant him. How would a second term be different?

I am a Democrat who voted for him in 2008. Obama blew his chance, dashed our hopes and proved himself incompetent. My vote and many other middle class people’s votes will go to Mitt Romney this November. My fellow Democrats, just remember Hillary’s warning: Obama is just a despicable demagogue, big on soaring rhetoric and deficient in SUBSTANCE.
jacesgrammie
8:21 AM GMT-0800
Why does the media continue to believe, imply and report as though the decision was Romney’s ?. This sneaking through the woods was just to show that maybe Romney might have a cell or two of showman in him, big deal. The conservative media had been chanting Ryan for days. I am sure the powers that be, behind the scenes running Romney’s campaign, were scared to death when he stumbled momentarily to the center on the health care issue that he needed to have more solid restrictions put on his actions. He was told that Ryan would be his choice, Ryan will be the brick wall at his back to assure that Romney stay on their message. Surely there aren’t people out there that think this is a man running for office on his own merits are there. Look at the money changers involved, look at the hysteria when he has the audacity to speak off topic, look at the continual subversion and sabotaging of any progress in Congress, these are a group of people who are bent on obtaining power and control of the massive amounts of money to be had by writing the rules for themselves. Mr. Romney just happens to be so besotted with the idea of being president that he was the perfect stooge for them to incorporate into their plans.

Mr. McConnell stated from the beginning how things would proceed and:

Mr. Noquist clearly laid out the plan with this” We are not auditioning for fearless leader,” Grover Norquist told conservatives at the CPAC convention in February. “We don’t need a president to tell us in what direction to go. We know what direction to go. We want the Ryan budget. … We just need a president to sign this stuff. We don’t need someone to think it up or design it. The leadership now for the modern conservative movement for the next 20 years will be coming out of the House and the Senate.”

Norquist went on: “Pick a Republican with enough working digits to handle a pen to become president of the United States. This is a change for Republicans: the House and Senate doing the work with the president signing bills. His job is to be captain of the team, to sign the legislation that has already been prepared.”
Romney4Prez
8:21 AM GMT-0800
Obama’s entire career was built on saying whatever makes him look good either by using his own words or words plagiarized from other people. Climbing the ladder has always been more important to him than following his words with actions. That’s why he used Truman’s words “The buck stops here” and then in the same sentence went on to blame others for his failures as a leader. He has zero accomplishments to show for himself to warrant a second term.

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