Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Presidential campaign reveals itself in a private meeting with donors... Update: Roxeanne DeLuca has the perfect bumper sticker in response...




Mitt Romney said there are 47% of voters he is never going to persuade.  Okay.  I see their comments a lot on Raw Story, Daily Kos, and Huffington Post.  Romney is right--he is never going to persuade them.  I am voting for Romney too.

Rush was discussing this very issue today when he pondered why successful business persons in Silicon Valley not only vote but bundle for Obama. What motivates them? They want to be liked by others who think being Republican is just so backward. They vote for Obama even though they are voting against their own self interest and the interest of those down trodden poor. "A majority of people who vote for Obama are actually voting against their own self-interest, even the people on welfare and food stamps. They don't understand the destruction that he is wreaking."

Is it better to be feared or loved?  Obama is trying to be loved by offering ice cream to the voters.  He is sure not feared anymore.

Mitt Romney's response is damn good:
The president and I have two very different approaches to the future of America and what it takes to ignite our economy and put people back to work. The president believes in what I describe as a government centered society. Where government plays a larger and larger role and plays more and more of the needs of individuals. And, I happen to believe instead in a free enterprise, free individual society where people pursuing their dreams are able to employ one another, build enterprises, build the strongest economy in the world. I happen to believe that my approach is the approach that will put 23 million people back to work again.
We’ve watched the approach of the president’s approach over the last 3 1/2 or 4 years. And his government centric, larger and larger government approach has meant that we have 15 million more people on food stamps, 23 million people out of work or stopped looking for work, or underemployed. We have had 43 straight months of unemployment above 8%. And my view is the right approach for the nation is not to adopt a government centered approach but instead a free, free people, free enterprise, free market consumer driven approach and that will build the strongest economy for ourselves and for the coming generations.”
As for the claim that Romney just lost the election, funny, I thought he lost the election last week when he criticized Barack Obama over Obama's mishandling and bungling of the Libya attacks?  
Meanwhile we have a record number of people on disability?  Who are they going to vote for?
Mitt Romney seems to have a better grasp of Palestinian and Iranian intentions than Barack Obama.
Pete DaTechGuy is right, this may end up helping Romney not hurting him...
Rush agrees this is a golden opportunity for Romney to distinguish himself from Obama.  
The truth hurts, for Obama:

Instapundit:  Punching back twice as hard.  

12 comments:

  1. Romney is done. The only chance he has is to tell the TRUTH about "Obama", but no one wants to do that, not even you conservative bloggers.

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    1. I give you credit, you concern trolls are fast.

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  2. Romney's a certified idiot...at least half of those "47%" are Republicans.

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  3. Think of all the voters in Ohio this idiot insulted.

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    1. Think of all the voters in country who would have had a recovery but for Obama and his policies.

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    2. Romney didn't insult one who would have voted for him -- you know, the ones who want the government to pay for their birth control(which was his point and is the truth) and he certainly didn't insult one who pays income taxes.

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  4. Obama wreaks of wealth destruction.

    Romney shot back today at a news conference during which he used the term "government-centric" at least twice. I would prefer he used the term "gubercentric" or, more aptly (to describe Obama followers and hangers on): "goober-centric."

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  5. Romney's starting to impress me. I'm relieved that he didn't back down one iota. The Left may think it's damaging, but it's like music to our ears (at least for most of us).

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    1. It is the truth. This is so much hot air and hype. They just want to change the topic from the middle east because that is NOT helping Obama.

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  6. The GOP is destroying itself. My party has abandoned the values I thought it championed once. I mourn the continued deterioration of a party that once championed desegregation and the middle class.

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    1. Come on you can concern troll better than that. You of course mean "Democrats" when you mention "your party."

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