Romney already said he believes the President is a Citizen. That's all that
needs to be said. He is not running for Chief Scolder so why worry what Trump
says, or what Obama wants? Mitt Romney has stated in plain terms that this
election is about the American Economy and Jobs! He is keeping his eye on the
ball while President Obama's campaign continues to flounder and grasp for
anything to build traction. He cannot run on his record!Even CNN
tried to get John Sununu(R-NH) to talk about Trump and the Birther issue. He
refused and brought the discussion back to the Economy! All this article tries
to do is pigeon hole Mitt Romney on an issue so the Liberal Media can create a
issue out of a non-issie! The real Issue as Mitt Romney has properly stated is
the Economy and Jobs! For Example:23.5 million unemployed47
million on food stamps1.4 trillion deficit15.7 trillion debtAnemic GDP growth 1.9percent and going down8 million Americans with no
job and no unemployment benefitsA January 1,2013 550 billion dollar tax
increase coming that will kill growth!
Of course he'd like McCain. McCain lost. I think a majority of Americans
would like someone other than Obama, the amateur narcissist. A dangerous
Of course the long for McCain, he was EASY to beat!
He would like another easy to beat RINO. Obama also wishes he didn't have a
record to run on.
Obama is trying to illustrate that McCain was a man of integrity who had certain
core principles that he would not violate, even if it cost him votes. It's
is a good strategy, because it plays into Romney's image of a person who
would do, or say, anything to gain the presidency. It highlights Mitt's
inability to stand up to the nonsense spewed by Rush Limbaugh, Ted Nugent, and
Donald Trump. Even as a liberal I admire John McCain's
honesty, and contributions to our country.
Mr. Obama would like anyone on whom he can defer the issue of his own failures.
Better to talk about age, religion, stay at home mothers, etc. than about
economic failure, opacity and corruption in the imperial White House,
directionless energy policy, special interest campaign donors, unfunded health
care, increasing dependence on government assistance, ballooning national debt
and absence of an administration budget that will pass even his own party.
Re: liberal larry salt lake City, utahBill Clinton was quoted as
saying: "It's the economy, stupid". To suggest that Obama has any
greater scruples or integrity than Romney is ludicrous. The reason
Obama is in trouble is because he has proven he isn't capable of the job
the American voters gave him. And no, our economy isn't going to get any
better between now and election day.
Well, duh. ...And Carter would have liked Ford better than Reagan. Go figure.
Anybody but Obama! (Can this post get 100 likes?)
Anybody but Romney! (Can this post get 100,000,000 likes?)Ask
yourself, do you think it's bad that the democrats are again embracing Mitt
Romney as a reasonable voice on climate change and illegal immigration, someone
who took on extremism in his own party. We all know he is, there's no need
to convince crucial independent voters that the former Massachusetts governor is
outside the mainstream. When Romney didn't condemn his supporter Donald
Trump for raising more questions this week about the president's
citizenship, it backfired on him. There has never been a conclusive DNA test
proving that Mitt Romney is not a unicorn. Romney's birth certificate
evokes his father's controversy.
Bottom line. McCain was an honorable candidate. Romney has proved that he
isn't. Romney is NOT what this country needs.
@Liberal Larry and Furry 1993"It's is a good strategy,
because it plays into Romney's image of a person who would do, or say,
anything to gain the presidency."Except that it isn't a
good strategy because people don't believe that about Mitt Romney. Bill
Clinton just cited his 'Sterling' business record and Collin Powell
called Romney a 'Good man.' This stuff about Romney doing
anything to get elected isn't sticking. Can either of you explain why you
think giving Obama another 4 years would make the unemployment rate go down?
Romney, on the other hand, actually has experience in creating jobs.