It isn't just the executive branch, but the legislative branch of
government also has a role to play. The last 2 years have had a solid block on
any cooperation in the name of austerity.
re:DVDcooperation is good if the plan you are cooperating with is
sound and good. On the other hand would you want compromise just for the sake of
compromise? It sounds like it to me. By the way - Paul Ryan wrote 2 budgets and
sent them to the senate where Harry Reid wouldn't even bring them to a
vote. In 4 years Harry Reid has produced 0 budgets - 0!!!! Would you like to
take a crack at explaining that?
Barack Obama is a radical socialist. Capitalism is completely foreign to him so
job creation from the private sector (small business) will NEVER happen under
Just got finished watching Meet the Press. The ENTIRE show was about Mr. Romney.
Long story short, Mr. Romeny missed another opportunity. He will have to do
extrodianarily well in the debates (I don't believe he has the skills to do
so) to have even a remote chance of upsetting President Obama. Mr. Romeny's
insistance on regurgitating the current repulican dogma will be crippling to his
efforts. It is becoming clear that he will loose in a land slide in Nov.
bobbyyou're dreaming. the landslide will be in Mitt's favor as
barry is a total failure and continues to be clueless.
Before the election takes place, bets will be taken as to what Mitt Romney will
accuse President Obama of doing.Possibilities include: 1) Obama is
controlling the climate, thus causing recent hurricanes and tornadoes.
Earthquakes could also be included in this. 2) Obama will be blamed for the
problems with Excedrin being taken off the market. Romney's headaches have
been increasing lately. Mitt may not be drinking the amounts of caffeine most
people do. 3) Obama will be blamed for the info leaking out about the expensive
upgrade of Romney's La Jolla home. The car elevator thing has created way
to many jokes about Romney family. 4) The Romney children and grandchildren are
being unmercifully teased and ridiculed by Democrat, Libertarian, and undecided
neighbors, classmates, and acquaintances. 5) Lastly, but most important, Obama
simply refuses to play by Mitt Romney's rules.