Location: America Name: Paige Birth: 10/17/1983 Occupation: Member since: 9/8/2006 Status: ★True ☆Premium
Just a girl. I am a contrary one, but beyond that I am not so unusual, if that is unusual at all. I grew up on a farm, only 35 miles outside of Seattle, closer to Tacoma. Tacoma is a city I lived in for a while. I am now back at the farm, having fully succeeded in not following any of my parent’s advice. Sadly it was all very good advice I didn’t follow. So here I am, eating crow. Were did that saying “eating crow” come from?
Or do you prefer vulgarity and baseless accusations?
If you want more of the same in the USA as we have seen in the last four years, then vote for Obama. If you think we are going the right direction then vote for Obama.
Otherwise don't be a fool, he will only do with his next four years exactly what he did with his first four years. If you are happy then vote for Obama.
Or you can Vote for a Real Change and stop hoping that Obama will change in the next four years. Give up hoping that doing the same things as he done for the last four years will end up differently than it did the first time.
Not voting this election as I see both candidates as the same as the bankers are careful to pick their puppet so Obama=Romney, W. Bush=Kerry and Gore, Clinton=Dole, H, etc. Every president has ben part of Satanic cults and were Free Masons all the way from Washington-Obama and have been part of many other Satanic cults. Finally, Every election I have voted in I always have voted for the lesser of two evils and expected different results. That is the definition of insanity. We cannot expect the world's means whether it is a tyrant or a elected official to carry out God's Kingdom. We are to live as alien citizens of the wold and bring our Kingdom by Christ's methods not by the world's methods. If there is one thing this election has taught me: It is that we cannot expect a government that has been influenced by the "shining one (as it was translated from Hebrew in Gen. 3) to have God's way in mind." We imagine Christ's Kingdom already here and live that way and speak it to the world. A world where those above us are actually on equal terms with us (Matt. 5:39), if someone tries to shame us then they shall be shamed ( Matt. 5:40), and if a law enforcement officer tries to take advantage of us then they run the risk of being in trouble by the world's standard (Matt 4:41).
I don't see how anyone could say they are the same. Under one you know you get destruction under the other at minimum you will at least be getting someone not wanting to fundamentally change the nation. This is why we need Romney and a conservative congress, which should pressure him to remain true, to undue the damage the Democrates did controlling 2 branches of government dominating the courts and the media.
@trunthepaige - It's more than "a feeling". The guy invented the health care we know as Obamacare, he said he would have voted for the NDAA and he is also for the patriot act. Those have nothing to do with my "feelings". It is not my fault that too many Americans are too dumb to figure all this out. The republican party is so crooked they even broke their own rules to bar Paul from speaking. If the results from that is four more years of Obama, that's what their crookedness and greed has gotten them. Tough luck.
i'm not 100% happy. but Romney stands for everything i stand against: laws based on religious beliefs, women having fewer rights, tax breaks for the wealthy while increasing taxes for the middle class, etc. Obama at his worst beats that guy at his best any day of the year.
I really don't see the difference between Romney and Obama. Name a position of Obama that Romney had not held to in the past.
The only thought about Romney is he does have experience in turning around businesses that are failing and he might be able to apply that to government. And we are already pretty sure that Obama doesn't know how. I honestly think he is just sitting there wondering what to do.
Whether you vote for Obama or Romney, you are pretty much guaranteed 4 years of the same. Both men support Obamacare, the useless and criminally expensive wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Patriot Act, the Cybersecurity Act, and other measures to take away your freedom. Both support corporate bailouts, the Drug War, and are wrapped up in the bought-and-sold world of Washington politics. Want a change? Vote for Gary Johnson or Jill Stein.
@trunthepaige - maybe not personally. but then again, i doubt that most conservatives' lives have been personally ruined by Obama. why should i hold Obama personally responsible for my life, but not Romney?