Man, let's hope so.
My chief worry is that Romney doesn't have it in his bones. That he's just another selection of the GOP party elites and sees no crisis to address. But we know better. This bat shit crazy president of ours has been spending money in ways that are literally beyond comprehension, undermining the economy and starving out the private sector. He's got to go, and all his high spending worry-about-it-later ideas with him. This is our future we are talking about. No doubt about it, you and I and the entire rest of the world cannot keep up with this man's spending, so don't even start with this 'millionaires and billionaires' baloney. People with money in this country use it to build business and hire workers. Barama uses it to pay off union buddies and toss benefits to government employees and bureaucrats, and he does so to such excess it would make Charles Foster Kane envious. Rosebud, nothing.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Obama said Romney lacks serious ideas, refuses to "own up" to the responsibilities of what it takes to be president, and deals in factually dishonest arguments that could soon haunt him in face-to-face debates.Can you believe this? Talk about projection, mister zero growth, 15% unemployment. What a God send you've been. How's that 'spread the wealth around' thing working out?
|'If they buy this one, they'll believe anything...the rubes.'|
Obama also offered a glimpse of how he would govern in a second term of divided government, insisting rosily that the forces of the election would help break Washington's stalemate.Oh, I'm gunna worry about that one. Right.
He said he would be willing to make a range of compromises with Republicans, confident there are some who would rather make deals than remain part of "one of the least productive Congresses in American history."
In doing so, the president depicted his opponent as having accumulated ideas far outside the mainstream with no room to turn back.