Skip to comments.Romney: Obama ‘more intent on punishing people’ than creating jobs
Posted on 04/19/2012 2:30:19 PM PDT by ReformationFan
Mitt Romney continued his assault on President Barack Obama's record Thursday, insisting he's "more intent on punishing people" with higher taxes and government regulation than "getting people back to work."
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"His campaign will not be about vision, but division," Romney declared, insisting the president is out of touch with struggling Americans.
I have to admit, those are a couple of pretty good lines.
No Redistribution Without Contribution
Strange? The things said about Hussian Obama can be said about Romney.How do you reconcille yourself to that? I can’t and won’t. I will never vote for Rambo.
Congratulations, somewhere you made a Democrat smile.
Good, good. Mitt Romney is at least beginning to parse out a few of the things by which he may differentiate himself from Barack Hussein Obama. Now, if he would begin to press on these differences, he might build sufficient contrast with The Won to make a significant dent in previous support groups that voted for Hope & Change in 2008, only to learn it had become a hoax composed of Smoke & Mirrors.
Part of America got guilted into voting for an ersatz black man, only to discover he was nothing like what he represented himself to be. Not a disciple of Martin Luther King, but a practitioner of Black Liberation Theology, a pseudo-Christian sect with strong overtones of both Islam and secular socialism, themes with which Barack Hussein Obama has found himself comfortable.
What’s the difference. Really!
Think. Who do you want replacing Scalia?
Every once in a while Rodney accidentally says something true.
Business Exec vs. community agitator.
That's a biggie.
He already has run a harder campaign than the pathetic McCain at its height. Just a pity he's not conservative at heart.
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