I can think up of a few hundred more, but I have to study.
A good point.
Don’t delude yourselves by nice words and smooth talking from Romney. Charming people can be the most sly jerks you’ll ever meet.
In what universe does a middle-income family earn that much?! He must be talking to his millionaire friends again.
Guys, are you sure this man is an economist? He can’t even get his facts straight.
Read this on another article:
But, if you were looking for substance, Romney’s not your candidate. He said things that sounded nice, such as, with him, you’ll be “free to pursue your dreams,” or he’ll “get incomes up” and cut the deficit while cutting taxes for “middle income” Americans (who, according to Romney, earn up to $250,000 per year). However, Romney has no explanation or plan for how he will achieve any of these rosy outcomes, outside of the ubiquitous “tax cuts” for “job creators,” a myth already proven false.
Don’t let Romney smooth talk you into thinking he’s the answer. He’s not. For all his words, he doesn’t seem to have a clear plan, other than ridding people of their healthcare.
And then there’s him being against equality for women (I think women have the right to decide on their health) and the LGBT movement.
Future people? Basically Romney doesn’t give a shit about you if you’re old or too young to vote. So the next generation can just go fuck themselves, huh, Romney?
As a nurse and a young person, I’m deeply disturbed by this.
Uh, hello? Everyone and their mother deserves good healthcare. Period.
Romney: … not for current retirees.
Obama: So, [looks directly at T.V. audience] if you’re 54 or 55 you might want to listen, because this will affect you.
How Republicans want to give Americans good healthcare… by cutting the health budget.
Great. All the sick people and young children who may need health care thank you for not giving a shit, Romney.
“The president called me yesterday, and it was pretty cool. The craziest thing was, someone called and asked for me, and they said, ‘Hold please for the president of the United States.’ And I was, like, ‘OK.’ So he just got on and he said everyone is supporting me and behind me at home and how proud everybody is of me. That was pretty cool. And then he finished by saying, ‘Make sure you tell your mom I said hi’