Skip to comments.Mark Levin Friday show. (vanity)
Posted on 07/01/2012 8:54:47 AM PDT by Hojczyk
Down load Fridays show...Warning if depressed do not listen...Everyone has to vote for Mittens now...
Everything seems upside down. The Supreme court should have tossed the crappy and anti-constitutional healthcare bill, but they didn't.
2010 was a slight reprieve, but I don't know if we can do it again. Yeah, I am depressed.
I cannot see any scenario where Romney wins now.
Obama: Our health care system was modeled directly from yours`
Romney: Oh yeah, well...uh... uh.. It`s not supposed to be Constitutional on a federal level.
Obama: Well , the USSC said that I won ! Even Bush judges said so. It`s legal and the law of the land.
The political winds are at Obama`s back now .
The economy for Obama will be easy to demagogue , “ I created 4 million jobs....Bush`s fault... things would be worse if I didn`t invest in people...etc.
So what political tool or cudgel is left for Romney to beat Obama with ?
” I`m the white version of Obama vote for me “ ?
In the end, it will be the economy that will bring Romney in.
Has Mittens ever admitted that the healthcare law he signed for MA was maybe not such a good idea after all?
People want this Marxist Muslim American Hating faggot illegal alien GONE.
My brother, who has never donated to a political candidate, just donated to the Romney campaign. Romney was his least favorite of the bunch.
None of my liberal extended family like the idea of Obamacare. They like the notion of everyone covered....like good deluded liberals, but even they've been to the post office and DMV.
I don't see Obama’s base of crackheads, welfare bums, and assorted scumbags actually getting off the couch this time around. The novelty is gone.
Independents will go 2 to 1 for Romney.
No matter how much the media will try to prop up their marxist butt-boy, people are not buying their lies anymore.
Obama had 52% of the popular vote in 2008. I can easily see that dropping by 10%. It’s the electoral votes that worry me.
There isn’t much difference between Soetoro and Soetoro light. We need to take back the Senate and keep the House.
What was born in Massachusetts should stay in Massachusetts. Let the people who live there deal with it. It's not our concern.
When it's forced on every state against their will by an overly oppressive federal government - it's a different story. What works for a liberal NE state won't work for everyone. That's why we're suppose to have sovereign states. Not every state has an interest in government health care. Maybe they're just fine the way they are, or they'd prefer to do something different.
& - If the people decide they don’t like it, it’s much easier to change or get rid of it at the state level.
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