>A Romney Admin will reflect similar policies as we currently have with cronyism
I have a hard time accepting anything you say about Romney after reading some of your other leftist comments about this and other subjects.
Even if the cronyism you speak of were true, cronyism is not our only or most important thing going on in this country. Things like energy independence, foreign policy, SS, medicare and welfare reform and a host of other things need to be delt with and it is obvious the guy running things now has proved he is not capable of dealing with them.
When a head coach of a big football school doesn't win he is replaced or a big company is loosing money the CEO is fired and that is in order here.
There are no guaranties but we have got to try someone else.
You don't have to read anything I say. You can read the transcripts of his governorship just about anywhere if you put in the time to seek them out. (pretty well buried under this election material, but it's still out there)
Don't believe he is liberal? Ever wonder why the NRA hasn't endorsed him? Here is a clue, they didn't endorse him for Gov either and gave his democratic challenger a higher rating on gun issues. He also used to donate money to Planned Parenthood prior to and during his years as Gov. If you watch the debates he stated that he would not push for or sign legislation taking away a woman's right to choose. That is a shift from what he said during the primaries.
He is Promising to create 12 million jobs in his first 4 years of office... If you stopped to do the math you would know that was not a promise he can only keep by putting millions on the Government pay roll. (12 million/48= 250,000 per month) No Pres has ever added 250,000 jobs per month in our history, to say nothing about doing it for 48 months straight. Not even FDR and he did put millions on the Government payroll.
Kingbee: Vote suppression? really? Yeah our secrete plan is to throw this election 1 beekeeper at a time :D
I hope to live to see a day when we successfully shake the 2 party system. Most will not know until they step into the voting booth that there are 4 Presidential Candidates on the ballot, not two.