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13 Year-Old Jenny Schools 26 Year-Old Obama Girl (Video)
Gateway Pundit ^ | 10-30-12 | Jim Hoft

Posted on 10/30/2012 8:17:48 PM PDT by Kevin in California

Jenny is a 13-year-old 8th grader who’s been interested in politics for a couple of years. She was confused about the claims of the Democrats and the claims of the Republicans. So, she decided to look at the facts and do a report card for President Barack Obama and one for Governor Mitt Romney.

Now compare Jenny’s thoughtful words to silly 26 year-old Obama supporter Lena Dunham.


TOPICS: Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: 2012; elections; obama

1 posted on 10/30/2012 8:17:51 PM PDT by Kevin in California
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To: Kevin in California

The ditzy, airhead Dunham really freaked me out with her ad suggesting that Barry Soetoro be given PRIMA NOCTA rights in America. That HBO ditz is really weird. I guess that’s why she works for HBO.


2 posted on 10/30/2012 8:23:13 PM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (Osama bin Laden is dead, Chrysler moved to Italy and China.)
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To: FlingWingFlyer

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3 posted on 10/30/2012 8:25:33 PM PDT by doc1019
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To: Kevin in California

Wow...thank you!


4 posted on 10/30/2012 8:28:56 PM PDT by Bradís Gramma (PRAY for this country like your life depends on it......because it DOES!)
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To: Kevin in California

Excellent.


5 posted on 10/30/2012 8:29:49 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer (The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people's money.)
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To: Kevin in California

Bravo Jenny! Perfect!


6 posted on 10/30/2012 8:29:58 PM PDT by bigbob
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To: Kevin in California
That little girl is adorable!

It's encouraging that a black child can be so clearheaded in rejecting the Kool-aid.

7 posted on 10/30/2012 8:29:58 PM PDT by stormhill
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To: FlingWingFlyer

God bless Jenny. What a joy compared to that awful Dunham.


8 posted on 10/30/2012 8:35:46 PM PDT by Enterprise ("Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities." Voltaire)
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To: Kevin in California

Interesting that Lena Dunham shares the same last name as Obozo’s mother.


9 posted on 10/30/2012 8:42:18 PM PDT by SoldierDad (Proud dad of an Army Soldier who has survived 24 months of Combat deployment.)
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To: Kevin in California

That young lady did an excellent job of presenting the facts. What a marked difference between her and the “first time” floozy.


10 posted on 10/30/2012 8:44:10 PM PDT by arasina (Communism is EVIL. So there.)
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To: Kevin in California

Thank you so much for posting this. Wow. Just wow. Strong, confident, poised, articulate, well spoken and extremely camera friendly. I love this girl and her daddy sounds like a fabulous father and mentor.


11 posted on 10/30/2012 8:47:02 PM PDT by peggybac (Hope and Change has become Divide and Conquer)
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To: Kevin in California

What an intelligent, cute girl! It always makes me so hopeful for the future, to see the kids that are not products of the brainwashing machines which try to ensnare kids into degeneracy and stupidity.

Her parents should be so proud-—unlike the parents of that creepy Lena Dunham who looks like she is trying to be a boy—another feminazi who hates herself because she is designed to give birth. Her tattoo is really ugly and dirty looking. Disgusting—as all liberal women are—they are pathetically stupid. They use their bodies like they are pieces of meat for sale. No class or dignity.


12 posted on 10/30/2012 8:56:30 PM PDT by savagesusie (Right Reason According to Nature = Just Law)
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To: Kevin in California

She has a bright future ahead, product of good parenting, inspiring to see.


13 posted on 10/30/2012 9:03:24 PM PDT by The Conservative Goddess
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To: FlingWingFlyer

Good Scots fought agianst that kind of degeneracy.

FREEDOM!!!!


14 posted on 10/30/2012 9:06:43 PM PDT by Nifster
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To: Kevin in California

Thanks for posting this, Kevin. That is an amazing video of a truly remarkable young lady. Her message, her very pleasant and upbeat attitude, her presentation skills, her clear intelligence, her interest in her subject matter, her understanding of the issues — it all dazzles me. And I am very jaded and hard to impress. Well done, Jenny!


15 posted on 10/30/2012 9:07:03 PM PDT by ProtectOurFreedom
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To: Kevin in California

RACIST!! Oh wait...


16 posted on 10/30/2012 9:29:27 PM PDT by MacMattico
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To: Kevin in California

Thank you for posting. She has a follow-up about the auto bailout, too, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3sj5ubslkc&feature=plcp


17 posted on 10/30/2012 9:40:16 PM PDT by skr (May God confound the enemy)
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To: stormhill
It's encouraging that a black child can be so clearheaded in rejecting the Kool-aid.

I wish American adults, including some conservatives that frequent here, were as clearheaded, period.

Because sitting this election out, or voting for a 3rd party candidate, is anything but clearheaded. The reality is that either of those actions is a vote for Obama. So quit hiding behind that "conscience" excuse.

18 posted on 10/30/2012 9:42:00 PM PDT by Robert DeLong (u)
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To: stormhill

A couple months ago there was a WSJ/NBC poll I think that had 100% of blacks voting for O. 100%... Well, this girl is too young to vote, so she’s one black person that’s not voting for O. So it’s not 100%. Still, maybe it’s 99%...
But a poll that just came out (http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2952571/posts) shows O leading only by 2 points in Michigan. If the black vote can be depressed by just a smidgen in Detroit then maybe Romney can win Michigan, and thus there’s no way O wins. As I said in the linked fr thread: “RR should consider running ads in Detroit that highlight O’s despicable position on gay marriage. This would help with the working class, and depress black turnout and enthousiasm for The One. Knock black enthusiasm down a notch and win Michigan!”


19 posted on 10/30/2012 9:44:05 PM PDT by Hokestuk
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To: Kevin in California

Very smart girl... should teach a class to our RINOs...
The democrats do not care about facts.. unless they are told to think them..


20 posted on 10/30/2012 10:14:25 PM PDT by hosepipe (This propaganda has been edited to include some fully orbed hyperbole..)
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To: Kevin in California

What a terrific video! Good for Jenny!


21 posted on 10/30/2012 10:16:47 PM PDT by SuziQ
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To: Kevin in California

Jenny is good; but Obama should be given an F for Osama as he did not capture him.


22 posted on 10/30/2012 10:20:01 PM PDT by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
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To: savagesusie

Jeni’s tats were enough for me. S.L.U.T.


23 posted on 10/30/2012 10:29:32 PM PDT by EggsAckley ("There's an Ethiopian in the fuel supply!")
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To: Kevin in California
Great ad; and honest per the ideas Jenny sets forth; but think 'Jenny' is 'real' in the ad - only.
24 posted on 10/30/2012 11:45:46 PM PDT by cricket (The Middle Class: Thanks to Obama; those who have not yet been 'buried'; are now; shovel ready..)
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To: Kevin in California
Great ad; and honest per the ideas Jenny sets forth; but think 'Jenny' is 'real' in the ad - only.
25 posted on 10/30/2012 11:46:02 PM PDT by cricket (The Middle Class: Thanks to Obama; those who have not yet been 'buried'; are now; shovel ready..)
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To: cricket

It was not an “ad” but a class project. Liberals will spin this to say the GOP put her up to it and it just ain’t so.


26 posted on 10/31/2012 12:56:13 AM PDT by stormhill
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To: Robert DeLong
It's encouraging that a black child can be so clearheaded in rejecting the Kool-aid.

The reason for injecting race into this discussion is that whites don't support Obama to the tune of 98%. Any departure from the plantation is unusual enough to be noteworthy.

You might not appreciate the terrific pressure we live under; despite a lifetime of effort to help them overcome the propaganda, my own kids have grown up to support the dems. That a child half their age is able to see through the fog is heartwarming to me.

27 posted on 10/31/2012 1:13:39 AM PDT by stormhill
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To: Kevin in California

That is awesome, got to have some proud parents!

She nails all of the points and a great delivery.

I do so much wish that young lady could have grown up as free as I was at her age... with young people like her maybe we can get our Country back.

TT


28 posted on 10/31/2012 1:13:56 AM PDT by TexasTransplant (Radical islam is islam. Moderate islam is the Trojan Horse.)
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Bookmarking


29 posted on 10/31/2012 2:42:53 AM PDT by RandallFlagg ("Liberalism is about as progressive as CANCER" -Alfonzo Rachel)
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To: Kevin in California

Most excellent!


30 posted on 10/31/2012 5:48:25 AM PDT by foxfield
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To: stormhill
I do not know where you get your numbers from, but I guarantee that number of 98% of whites not supporting Obama doesn't even sound close.

The reality is that the majority of youth do support Obama. Or at least did in the 2008 election cycle. I also knew a lot of white adults that supported him in that election. Numbers suggest those numbers have dwindled, and people I personally know who voted Obama last time and still supporting him have declined. I still think that number of 98% was derived from some left-wingnut and has no basis in reality.

That was the reason I struck the black. It wasn't a PC thing.

Of course you cannot ignore the reality that she is black, due to the fact that support for Obama from blacks probably was around 98%, simply because Obama shares their ethnicity.

You also have to acknowledge and admire the bravery she exhibited as she probably has faced hateful comments and possibly even received death threats from speaking her opinion.

It is also heartwarming the role her parents obviously had in helping her see the reality of Obama and the effects his policies have on not only Americans but humanity around the world. I know many whites who cannot make their children see Obama for what he truly is, and for that matter, the Democrat Party. They are doing their very best to destroy the priniples of capitalism, the greatest engine of wealth creation resulting in greater freedom.

31 posted on 10/31/2012 6:02:53 AM PDT by Robert DeLong (u)
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To: Kevin in California

The RNC should buy TV time and just run this video. A 13 year says it all.


32 posted on 10/31/2012 6:10:25 AM PDT by HereInTheHeartland (Encourage all of your Democrat friends to get out and vote on November 7th, the stakes are high.)
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To: Kevin in California

Fer later!


33 posted on 10/31/2012 6:33:51 AM PDT by TinCan
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To: Robert DeLong
Because sitting this election out, or voting for a 3rd party candidate, is anything but clearheaded. The reality is that either of those actions is a vote for Obama. So quit hiding behind that "conscience" excuse.

Hm, what sort of a person would rally against voting on one's conscience? What does it say about the cause that you are trying to promote?
It is my estimation that those who say "quit hiding behind conscience" are themselves being condemned by their own conscience -- sin always likes the excuse of "everybody else does it."

But let's take a look at what you're saying:
First, you say that any 3rd party vote is a vote for Obama, thereby implying that on 3rd party vote is either valid nor valuable.
Second, your assertion that they're all votes for Obama is implicitive that only the other main-party candidate is both viable and different... but is it the case that the Republican Party is actually different from the Democrat party; let's look at its reputation, stated planks and the near abysmal failure of the party to pursue them:

  1. Gun rights; the Republican party has a reputation of being "pro-second amendment" -- yet what have they done to even attempt repeal of the GCA or NFA which are blatant violations thereof -- no they get points for literally doing nothing and letting the sunset-clause of the Assault Weapons Ban take effect.
  2. Abortion; since the mid-eighties the Republican party has stated that it wants to overturn Roe v. Wade, yet it has consistently done nothing on this issue. (The one exception I'm aware of is the partial birth abortion ban; this is an anomalous event though, not some incremental approach.)
    • Also note how the 2012 convention added a no exception [to the cases of rape and incest and health of the mother] clause to the platform...
    • and promptly nominated someone who says "of course I support exceptions for rape and incest." [link]
    • Note also that [societally] these exceptions are insidious the "rape and incest" exceptions leverage emotional response against outlawing abortion, while "health of the mother" is meant [in practice] to be at will.
  3. Fiscal Responsibility; why don't we have budgets proposed which actually pay off our national debt?
  4. Government accountability; one phrase typifies and painfully illustrates the Republican acceptance and aid of government wrongdoing: Fast & Furious.
  5. The Bill of Rights; yet the War on Drugs has been the single most destructive collection of policies [WRT the Bill of Rights] in the nation's history -- just look at the state of the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 8th, amendments -- and this is all based on a grotesque reading of the commerce clause.
    • 4th -- the actual requirement that warrants be obtained upon 'probable cause' has now been altered such that 'probable cause' is an exception for requiring a warrant; further, the commonality of "no knock" raids shows that 'unreasonable' is not a factor in SWAT usage and given the regularity of "wrong house" leads us to...
    • 5th -- the SWAT can kill and maim people in their no knock raids with little, if any, repercussion...
    • 6th -- the jury is automatically tainted if drugs can be said to be involved.
    • 8th -- the prison sentences are vastly out of proportion to the actual [convicting] crime committed.
  6. Small[er] Government; when was the last time a Republican pushed for the wholesale dissolution of a [major] government agency? I know Reagan wanted to get rid of the Dept of Education, but that's before my time.
So, I think it can be safely stated that the Republican party is all talk and little to no action.
Why then should I vote for a candidate of the Republican Party based on his membership thereof?

I should not, and that leaves only the candidate himself to earn my vote.
So, why should I vote for Romney? He's pro-abortion, even if you accept his "conversion to 'pro-life'"*.
Why should I vote for Romney? He's a Fabian Socialist, I don't want to vote for Socialists.
Why should I vote for Romney? He's a Statist, there's nothing I've herd him say "that's not the government's job" on.
Why should I vote for Romney? He's got a reputation for talking through both sides of his mouth. Why should I vote for Romney? He's got no solid values. Why should I vote for Romney? He's done nothing to inspire confidence he'll be better than Obama.


* -- In that he accepts exceptions which are the killing of the child for the sin of the parent.

34 posted on 10/31/2012 9:28:35 AM PDT by OneWingedShark (Q: Why am I here? A: To do Justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with my God.)
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To: OneWingedShark
Why should I vote Romney? He is not Obama.

Why should I vote Romney? He won't try and destroy the country.

Why should I vote Romney? Because America cannot survive another 4 years of Obama.

Why should I vote Romney? Because America cannot tolerate more debt.

Why should I vote Romney? Because a vote for a 3rd party candidate is a vote for Obama.

Why should I vote Romney? Because he won't surround himself with marxist/communists.

Why should I vote Romney? Because Romney won't try to subvert Congress.

Why should I vote Romney? To repeal Obamacare.

Why should I vote Romney? Because Obama will find a way to make himself dictator.

Why should I vote Romney? For our brave military men & women.

Why should I vote Romney? Because it will be easier to hold Romney's feet to the fire.

Why should I vote Romney? Supreme Court appointees that move the Supreme Court to a more conservative majority, not a more liberal one.

Why should I vote Romney? There is no other choice. Obama is terrible and the rest have no chance of winning.

If you are wondering about me, I'll tell you about me. First, Robert DeLong is my real name. I hide from no one. Secondly, I am a 60 y.o. conservative, both fiscal and social. Thirdly, I realize the enormity of this election and the real dire consequences of Obama getting another 4 years. Four years that will totally descimate this country. I am totally willing to put the lesser of 2 evils in and then staying engaged to see what evil he may do, if any. I know what evil Obama will do. So yes, better the devil I don't know then the devil I do. I don't look for Romney to be the complete perfect human being. Just like Reagan made mistakes I expect Romney to make mistakes. By mistakes I mean do some thing(s) I disagree with. Fourthly, I am a God fearing man, and my conscience says that I am voting for the best possible candidate.

Instead of looking what Republicans haven't done, look at what Democrats have done. You will see that they are the ones that have gotten us to this point. Not that Republicans are blameless. because they are. Had Reagan been given a majority in both Houses of Congress then I believe he would have made some progress. Often times I honestly believe that Republicans do what they do because they are trying to solve the problem, but the real problem is their thinking that government can solve the problem. Democrats on the other hand do what they do to solidify their power. Evil you know whats, every last one of them.

35 posted on 10/31/2012 3:34:20 PM PDT by Robert DeLong (u)
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To: Robert DeLong
I'm going to be addressing things in reverse order here.

Instead of looking what Republicans haven't done, look at what Democrats have done. You will see that they are the ones that have gotten us to this point. Not that Republicans are blameless. because they are.

It really is sobering to look at what the Republicans say they will do and their lack of pursuing it. That there is so little real opposition to Democrats and their policies by the Republicans really does indicate they-as-a-group either impotent, complacent, or complicit.

Had Reagan been given a majority in both Houses of Congress then I believe he would have made some progress. Often times I honestly believe that Republicans do what they do because they are trying to solve the problem, but the real problem is their thinking that government can solve the problem.

If they think that government can solve all such problems then they are very close to being Statists. (Granted some problems can be solved by government, like deploying troops to the borders with shoot-to-kill authorization for illegal border crossings; more often though government can solve problems by getting out of the way [e.g. fixing the economy by dropping government imposed regulations (to include tax withholdings); despite what people think, companies acting out of control can still be criminally and civilly liable independent of regulation.])

Democrats on the other hand do what they do to solidify their power. Evil you know whats, every last one of them.

And what does that make the Republicans who often allow that? What does that make the republicans who join in on that evil, such as the NDAA which suspended Habeus Corpus?

If you are wondering about me, I'll tell you about me. First, Robert DeLong is my real name. I hide from no one. Secondly, I am a 60 y.o. conservative, both fiscal and social.

I'm Joey, 30 years old, veteran, computer programmer and [unpublished] writer. I'm a Constitutionalist when it comes to governance, fiscally conservative in both public- and private-policy, socially conservative in public policy but with religious opinions that some might say make me more liberal (i.e. I believe the church should handle 'welfare', see James).

Thirdly, I realize the enormity of this election and the real dire consequences of Obama getting another 4 years. Four years that will totally descimate this country. I am totally willing to put the lesser of 2 evils in and then staying engaged to see what evil he may do, if any. I know what evil Obama will do. So yes, better the devil I don't know then the devil I do. I don't look for Romney to be the complete perfect human being. Just like Reagan made mistakes I expect Romney to make mistakes. By mistakes I mean do some thing(s) I disagree with. Fourthly, I am a God fearing man, and my conscience says that I am voting for the best possible candidate.

Good that you are voting with your conscience. I cannot agree on Romney being an acceptable choice, for my conscience will not allow it; further, I am tired of the "lesser of two evils" argument, screw that, I don't want to be voting based on "the other guy" I want to be voting for someone who I think will be/do good.

Why should I vote Romney? There is no other choice. Obama is terrible and the rest have no chance of winning.

That isn't true. Other parties could win if people voted for them... or are you meaning to say that votes don't count?
(I wonder if people ever said "Republicans can never win, only the Whig votes count"?)

Why should I vote Romney? Supreme Court appointees that move the Supreme Court to a more conservative majority, not a more liberal one.

There is ample evidence to show that Romney appoints liberal activist judges himself. Therefore, I can only conclude that the Supreme Court will have more liberal justices if either Romney or Obama are elected.

Why should I vote Romney? Because it will be easier to hold Romney's feet to the fire.

If the Congress won't hold their opponent's feet to the fire (Holder's DOJ & Fast & Furious), why do you think they'll hold Romney's feet to the fire?

Why should I vote Romney? For our brave military men & women.

Is Romney for having the military play World Police? Looks like it to me... that in itself is what is placing military personnel in needless danger.

Why should I vote Romney? Because Obama will find a way to make himself dictator.

And so will Romney, by later statements.

Why should I vote Romney? To repeal Obamacare.

Because, you know the Executive has power to enact and repeal legislation, not that pretender to the Legislative Throne the legislature called Congress.
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Why should I vote Romney? Because Romney won't try to subvert Congress.

Oh, you mean by repealing laws using the Legislative power the Executive cannot lawfully have?

Why should I vote Romney? Because he won't surround himself with marxist/communists.

But as a socialist he will still move towards communism as much as he can.

Why should I vote Romney? Because a vote for a 3rd party candidate is a vote for Obama.

Because some votes just don't count, even if they do.
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Why should I vote Romney? Because America cannot tolerate more debt.

And... hasn't it been Congress who has failed to pass a budget? Even contrary to law?
Hasn't it been Congress who raised the debt ceiling? And "temporarily" (read as 'Permanently') suspended the debt ceiling?

Why should I vote Romney? Because America cannot survive another 4 years of Obama.

Given how similar Romney's enacted policies are to Obama's, ignoring the rhetoric, why should I believe that the country could stand 4 years of Romney?

Why should I vote Romney? He won't try and destroy the country.

Just because he isn't trying doesn't mean he won't succeed.

Why should I vote Romney? He is not Obama.

Except that, politically, he is.
Take a look at his record as governor and compare it to Obama's as President, the politics there are much the same.
About the only thing that might be different is Obama and pals being more corrupt.


In short, I'm not sure that a Romney election might not in the long run be worse than another Obama term.
Here's why:
Changing the party-affiliation of the President is likely to give many people a sense of I did something, which in turn will allow them to turn their recently awakened minds [WRT government corruption, impotence, problems] to other [more trivial] pursuits. Given how complacent and complicit the Republican Party has been in truly terrible policies, how can one expect them to fight their own president on the political landscape? Why should one hope that they will "hold his feet to the fire" when they will not pursue a clear case of unauthorized acts of war, state sponsored terrorism, and arguably treason?

36 posted on 10/31/2012 7:47:54 PM PDT by OneWingedShark (Q: Why am I here? A: To do Justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with my God.)
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To: OneWingedShark
That isn't true. Other parties could win if people voted for them... or are you meaning to say that votes don't count? (I wonder if people ever said "Republicans can never win, only the Whig votes count"?)

That reminds me of an old saying, My aunt would be my uncle if she had balls. The reality is though that the vast majority stick to the 2 major parties. The birth of the Republican Party was, and still is, an anomaly. Made possible only because it promoted a different idea that neither of the 2 major parties would even consider. That idea was wanted by very large numbers of the population. That idea of course was the abolition of slavery. Soon after the Whig Party was absorbed by the 2 parties, Democrat & Republican.

Third party candidates have only managed to give us such notable Presidents such as Wilson & Clinton. Both disasters.

I agree with the notion that if government gets out of the way, people would be better off, and that is what I meant with regard to Reagan. Had we given him the support in Congress that he needed he may have been successful in rolling back government intrusion.

Unfortunately I do not have the time to go into more depth with your well stated arguments and assessments, however, I will respond more at a later time.

One thing to think about right now is, is the lesser of 2 evils more of a benefit to you, your family and your country than the greater of the 2 evils? While we know some things about Romney that are very troubling (though he staes he has changed positions on some of these), we know more about Obama, even though we know nothing about him personally, that are outright scary. Is it not better to lose a battle and win a war, then to lose the war completely? Right now we are engaged in a battle. Lose it and we lose the war. Win it and the war continues on.

You seem to be a very bright person that I admire and with whom share many beliefs.

Talk at you soon. Bob

37 posted on 11/01/2012 6:05:16 AM PDT by Robert DeLong (u)
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