One word -- Gadiantons.
Two WordsFreedom Losses
To "LDS Liberal" don't worry, eventually Obama will lose and the
Gadiantons will leave the White House.
The Supreme Court with justices appointed by this administration have shown they
have the ability to impact on elections, even they are not to campaign, as they
are to be the real independent campaigning.They figured out that
even though they cannot actively campaign, even for the person who appointed
them to that position, they could impact voting in the worst case possible with
this decision.They have granted the Lords and Barons, companies,
organizations and corporations with the alliance of rich people to throw the
votes to a person that has the most money. This has turned out to be the
Department of Commerce and Department of Labor type of election showing. Who
has the most money, management or the unions.The courts have put
into power people that are not accountable to a candidate. The candidate may
not even want the PACs help but the PAC can and will advertise no matter
what.This election has turned on the faucet. Next time will the dam
hold the water back or will there be a breach in the dike? Will we
have to make repairs? If Congress wanted to change the election laws they will
need to work, together.
To RedShirt 12:29 p.m. Nov. 1, 2012To "LDS Liberal"
don't worry, eventually Obama will lose and the Gadiantons will leave the
White House.--------------------You've got that
backwards. the Gadiantons will ener the White House if Obama loses. Romney is one of the worst Gadiantons of them all, given the way the entities
acquired by Bain were gutted, jobs were lost and outsourced overseas, and the
people working for them were pillaged. That's still happening today. Sensata -- a company owned by Bain in which Romney has a
multi-million-dollar investment, just shut down a profitable plant in Freeport,
Illinois, and sent the whole operation to China. The Sensata workers tried to
get a meeting with Romney to try to persuade him to intervene, but he
didn't even have the courtesy or decency to meet with them (nor did he try
to withdraw his Sensata investment monies). And this happened at a time when he
was claiming he would work to bring the outsourced jobs back to the United
States. A Gadianton (and a hypocrite) of the worst kind is Mitt Romney.