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This post was edited by JB23BAMA 18 months ago
At least he didn't change his view points? I would rather have someone be consistent with their goals and beliefs rather than someone who changes them weekly.
his beliefs just like your post
Romney is a notorious flip-flopper. You can't deny that.
It'd be nice if he changed stuff when it is not working, like all his views/policies
The best lie ever told. Ummm. Satan-" The Devil does'nt excist". Obama , Satan , same thing.
This post was edited by TJ Hooker 18 months ago
Back in the day, I ran a 3.9 in the 20
No doubt. Gitmo is closed, no more renditions, repealed Patriot Act, now supports gay marriage, extended Bush tax cuts after campaigning against them. Promised to cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term then proposed trillions dollar deficits. Said lobbyists wouldn't work in the WH then gave them waivers. Vowed to take public financing until he realized he could raise much more. Voted against raising the debt ceiling then supported it. A model of consistency.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
On that note...
The real Mitt Romney debates fake Mitt Romney. By popular demand, here's round 2: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/10/12/1143838/-Mitt-Romney-debates-himself-round-2?detail=hide
So apparently you have no problem with Obama's flip flops, just Romney's.
I know I prefer politicians unwilling to change their opinions too.
There is a major difference between changing a couple opinions over large time period and changing opinions on major topics within a few months. Romney changes his proposals and promises from state to state just to get votes from that certain state, regardless of whether he said the exact opposite the day before.
You sound like Bush voters in 2004.
Edit: let me guess, Kerry didn't "flip flop" like this?
This post was edited by PTCcock195 18 months ago
LOL, translation I like Obama so therefore his flop flops are ok.
I couldn't tell you tbh, I just know Romney flip flops consistently about major issues.
I don't like Obama, but he is the lesser of two evils.
" I'll just put the head in" ....<<< greatest lie IMO
This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 18 months ago
Maybe not for you, but as a middle class child trying to go to an expensive college, Obama is better for me long term than Romney.
Don't go to the expensive college...go somewhere else...problem solved. I agree that there is a lesser of two evils, that's why Romney must be the choice because the current President has spent four years running this country without a clue.
This statement implies that there are tons of cheap colleges out there. Also, I don't think that it's the end of the world if a student wants to go to an expensive college (assuming that the extra expense will help in the future in terms of grad school or job prospects).
This post was edited by hownowbrowncow 18 months ago
It's all in what you can afford. That's a major problem with Americans. College isn't cheap, but through scholarships and student loans, I was able to do it.
Plenty of cheap colleges. Cheap being $15K a year instead if $40K. Live within your means, go where you can afford to go. Or go somewhere you can't afford and come out with $150K in student loans. No one is entitled to a college education. You have to actually work for, and pay for it. Anyone that believes they are entitled to an education at a top school regardless of whether they can earn it or afford it, is going to fail miserably in life regardless of what their education is
College is just another example of the fed gov getting involved and costs are thru the roof.
It will be different with healthcare though.
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