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Re: analysis after the first debate
posted at October 10, 2012 7:24 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: analysis after the first debate:
Yes I do! His actions prove it. I certainly don't want to give a socialist a second term so that he can place what's left of private industry under government control and take away what's left of our freedom in the name of government nanyism,. I don't want this country to face the challenges that Greece and Spain face. Our dollar is a fiat currency. It has no backing. We are running up debt at an enormous rate. We cannot afford to stay the course, which is what obama wants to do. I happen to like Paul Ryan. I think he's a decent man, who wants to stab lize our debt. Response to Re: analysis after the first debate :
Posted by Labrat64
That's what my daughter says too but Ryan is not running for presidency--Romney is.Besides Ryan talks well, about cuts in spending etc but has voted for bigger government so far...
there is nothing good about Romney--- but he is running against someone many people hate. I even understand that.
But if our choice is just two "not-so-good" guys no wonder our country is in such shape.
THIS is wrong.
That we really don't have choice.