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The day Mitten Man Romney becomes President of the United States, I'm grabbing all my Gumball Machines, my Ronald and Nancy Reagan house shoes, and my 4 legged babies, and catching the nearest TAXI to Brazil, 'cuz I just won't be able to take 4 more years of a man who is obviously a "MY WAY, OR NO WAY 'CUZ I AND I ALONE RULE!" type of man!!

I have a 6th sense about people, and I'm just about always right. There's something about Mitt Romney that makes my skin crawl, everytime I hear him talk, or see his eyes. My heart tells me that this is an arrogant, ruthless, compassionless man. He's not only a hypocrit, but a liar who will say whatever he feels people want hear, just so he can win. He bashes his opponents, then when they fight back, he turns it around to be make people think he's the victim, instead of the instigator.

I remember when a woman asked Mitt Romney if any of his 5 sons were serving in the military, and the answer he gave her:

“It’s remarkable how we can show our support for our nation, and one of the ways my sons are showing support for our nation is helping to get me elected, because they think I’d be a great president. My son, Josh, bought the family Winnebago and has visited 99 counties, most of them with his three kids and his wife. And I respect that and respect all of those in the way they serve this great country.”

I realize that most have never joined the armed forces, and I respect their choice for deciding not to, for whatever reason, but this man compared his FIVE sons to the 130,000 soldiers serving in Iraq by traveling around the country in an expensive, fully equipped, conditioned luxury Winnebago, campaigning for him, as if they were risking their lives while serving in the military. It irks me that most of America's privilaged elite are advocates for TOUGH on TERROR, yet they feel the kids of poor families should go out and pay the ulimate price for their own kids continued safe life of luxuary. It's easy to be supportive of a war that most of us don't want, when they have NOTHING to lose. By and by, why didn't Mitten join the war during his generation, when it was mandatory all able men join?! Was he a draft dodger, or what?

The man boasts for being tough on illegal immigration, yet excuses himself for hiring illgals to work at his home by blaming the contractors for not verifying the legal status of the workers he hired.

I feel there's nothing offensive about porn, and in fact, sometimes enjoy watching SOFT porn while masturbating, but what I do find offensive is these FAMILY VALUES CLANS, who are later found to be knee deep in the stuff!

This is only the beginning, on my rants and raves on POLITICAL PORN!

Porn in the Closet?

Ron Paul, John McCain, and Mike Huckabee have my utmost respect! No, I'm not voting for either one of them, but I do respect these men!

Oh! OBAMA is my man!!

I'd really like to hear your thoughts on all of this. Express yourselves, whether you agree with me or not!

Claire de Lune
Claude Debussy

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"The Right Of The People To Keep and
Bear Arms, Shall Not Be infringed."


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Jan. 3rd, 2008 06:55 pm (UTC)
... extra room in that Taxi?
We need a president.. not a pope.
Jan. 3rd, 2008 07:20 pm (UTC)
Re: Any...
For you, I'll make room! ;o)

Yes, we need a PRESIDENT who keeps his religous beliefs at home with his OWN family!

"The Bible is not my book, and Christianity is not my religion. I could never give assent to the long, complicated statements of Christian dogma."
- Abraham Lincoln
Jan. 3rd, 2008 06:57 pm (UTC)
Romney's a total arse...


He has no clue!
Jan. 3rd, 2008 07:00 pm (UTC)
Mitt is evil. That is the last person I want in the White House. He is also a Mormon, which I have had many, many Mormon friends, all who are wonderful people but I do not agree with their teachings. I don't need anyone who thinks he is superior to me because of his beliefs so he is the only one going to his "special Mormon heaven" running our country. He will also be majorly a religious right which is just too dangerous in my opinion. We need separation of church and state. I do not like people making decisions for me based on their religious beliefs when mine may not be the same as theirs. Just the thought of him getting very far just makes me sick. There are so many better Republican candidates that I would rather see in there then him, ones that even though I am a Democrat, I could deal with. But it is time a Democrat take back over again and get this country back to where it was before Bush came and ruined it! But that is just MY humble opinion... :oP
Jan. 3rd, 2008 07:16 pm (UTC)
Too bad he's a Republican!
Very well put, and I agree with you all the way!

Mixing religion and politics in the same pot, have been the perfect brew for poisoning this country.

If I want someone shoving religion down my throat, I'll go to my own church and have the priest do it!

I really and truly like Huckabee, and realize he too, would mix religion with politics if elected, but he is obvioulsy a good man. I can see it in his eyes! I really and truly like McCain, too! Too bad he's a Republican!
Re: Too bad he's a Republican! - carrieslife - Jan. 3rd, 2008 07:57 pm (UTC) - Expand
Re: Too bad he's a Republican! - playgirl - Jan. 3rd, 2008 08:46 pm (UTC) - Expand
Jan. 3rd, 2008 07:20 pm (UTC)
  • Sounds like the Romney lads are a member of "Generation Chickenhawk"

    At least I can hold my head up and say "I never signed up for the military because I always assumed some aggressive, open-ended foreign excursion like Iraq would always be around the corner and I didn't want to get my dick shot off for some illegal venture to kill brown people and break their things in the name of corporate profits."

    I'll defend America if she's attacked, and Afghanistan was a righteous war that we just moved on from before it was finished and now it's all coming undone. But in general, we seem to like our foreign wars a bit too much. And look at what a mess Walter Reed is for those who volunteered to serve their country and got tossed into the meat grinder in "Mess-o-Potamia" for their troubles.

  • I sent a hand-written card to The Goreacle congratulating him on the Nobel and asking him to run. But I haven't seen any signs of him changing his mind.

    In my heart, I'm a Kucinich or Dodd voter. In my head, I'm a "not a ONE of the Republicans or Hilary" voter. He's not my first choice, but I could get behind Obama and sleep pretty easily that night if he makes the ticket.

    Any democrat but Hilary.
  • playgirl
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 08:44 pm (UTC)
    Speak about STUTTERS
    Thank you for the video, and the links. You always manage to find such great info!

    I liked the way these prep boys war mongers expressed themselves when asked why they hadn't joined the armed forces. Speak about STUTTERS!
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 07:34 pm (UTC)
    The only one I have respect for is John McCain. Of course he regularly pissies me off too.

    And "hard core porn" on the hotel tele???? I thought it was pretty tame myself.

    The attacks on Romney's tenure on the board are just the Huckabibles trying to bring him down.
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 08:40 pm (UTC)
    Of course the porn was tame
    I admire and respect McCain, as well as the others I mentioned.

    Of course the porn was tame, but this man who is a family values guy, and who is against porn, was a major part of that hotel. I'm also sure, if he hadn't have been, and it had been one of his other opponents, he'd be bringing it to the media's attention from the very beginning of his campaign.

    Nylon Eyebrows Mitten's doesn't need anybody to bring him down; every time he opens his mouth and turns left and right on most issues, he brings himself down all by his lonesome.
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 08:53 pm (UTC)
    eh, of all the rethuglicans running, only two do NOT believe in "intelligent design."

    They're fucking morons, and most of them haven't served in the military. Huckabee is fucking scary, more then Romney. Hell, Romney will NEVER get elected because the christian wingnuts will NOT support a MORMON.

    I hate hillary, and am hoping the Iowa and New Hampshire votes will throw her into third place,meaning the DNC will not put her up front. Woman is the devil I tell ya.

    I want a woman president, but NOT her. I'd support an edwards/obama ticket...combining them two would rock.
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 09:18 pm (UTC)
    if Hillary runs
    I think Huckabee has kind eyes, therefore, he's a kind man. I really like the man.

    Why do some people hate Hillary? She's brilliant.

    I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Obama, but if Hillary runs, I'm voing for her.
    Re: if Hillary runs - nahele_101 - Jan. 3rd, 2008 09:37 pm (UTC) - Expand
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 08:53 pm (UTC)
    p.s PORN ROCKS.
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 09:12 pm (UTC)
    Porn rocks what, Sweety Pie? heh heh ;o)
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 09:59 pm (UTC)
    porn keeps me sane...granted I'm not that sane. clearly I need more porn.
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 11:36 pm (UTC)
    hush, hush!
    I'm not that sane, either! But please keep it hush, hush! ;o)
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 10:17 pm (UTC)
    well let me try again
    this is the third time I am trying to post here. LJ ate my last two times.


    Im sorrt to hear that you dont mile Mitt, He is who I am favoring at this time and its NOT because of anything he has said, Its because of what he has done in the PAST.

    Mitt is not a career politician, he is a buisness man and that is what we need in the white house right now. America is in deep kimchee right now and we are sinking down even more. We need to stop all these tax and spend policies, make welfare mothers get their collective asses out of the bedrooms and into the work force. Stop all benefit checks to dope fiends, and quit building bridges to no where just so it can bear the name of some democratic congressman.

    I truly believe Romney can make America profitable again. We are electing a president not a pope. If anything as a mormon he uinderstands religious freedom. but there is that Mornmon thing again. Hell I doubt if most people could actually hell you what Mormons believe. back when Mormons were being persecuted so badly because iof their religious beliefs it was actually ONE belief that most people hated, and who so many were killed in their treks to Utah. It was their God Inspired beliefs that no man should be able to own another. They did not believe in Slavery, and so that is why they were constantly driver further and further west.

    Anyway getting back to what I started with. Dont listen to what any of them are saying cause they all are blowing smoke up our asses even Osamma.

    Look at their careers and what they have done in the past... A leopard cannot change its spots.
    Everyone says Ron Paul will take us back to the COnstitution... In 10 terms as a representative for Texas, what the hell has he ever done??? I cannot find any regislation FOR the state of texas he has ever fought for and won. he is a drain on that states coffers. AND for him to make that statement about Mall Security Guards doing a betterjob in protecting the US than the U.S. Marines are doing, is dispickable. Osamma has not been in office long enough to do anything. Hillary has screwed up everything she touches.
    Fred Thompson was a favorite until I learned he was a member of the Tri-Lats. Rudy was good but I cannot trust his thoughts on the Boarder and Illeagle aliens.

    The fact that Romney closed one of his companys temporarily and brought most all the Employees to New York City to look for his partners lost daughter speaks volumes to me. Also the fact that even though he does not agree with porn he worked to have those channels in his hotels because he knew people who stayed there might want them. That is good buisness sense.

    Look at what they have done i the past, read the Federal Register online at the Library of Congress. Check out Local papers online and read about what they do at home... it will open your eyes. It did me.

    Well I guess I have given those on your FL who do not like my Hawkish conservative beliefs enough to chew on... I am one of the few conservatives on the list.

    If you do pull the lever for Osamma, do it proudly, because that is the most important thing, not who you vote for but that you will vote. THAT is being a good citizen.

    Love you bunches as always...
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 10:58 pm (UTC)
    Re: well let me try again
    I can respect what you are saying but I think the "Osamma" name thing is a cheap shot. It's alot like people who write down his name as Barack HUSSEIN Obama as if that makes him a scum like Saddam. That's equally despicable as to what Ron Paul said about the marines.

    Opinion or not, it's unfair and based on nothing substantial. And talk about sincerity. Mitt Romney is the biggest waffler of all the candidates. First of all he's pulled of a Bill Clinton style lawyerism after claiming he saw his father march with Martin Luther King, which never happened. He tries to explain it with an explanation of the dictionary definition of the word "saw". That goes up there with Clinton trying to have someone expalin the definition of the word "is" during Lewinsky case.
    Mitt Romney can't give a an answer that doesn't change on gay marriage or abortion. He keeps changing his mind. Which, as many conservatives pointed out Al Gore changed his mind about too from Tennessee tot he White House. The reason I didn't vote for Al Gore.

    Also, it's amazing how when he ran for Senator in 1994 he ran as pro-choice, pro-gay, and an anti Reagan independent and Ted Kennedy (who I'm sure you loathe) still managed to ride his ass home in that debate. You have to watch the video he made him stammer and stutter and almost whine in that debate, just like Ron Paul did when Mitt Romney talked about consulting lawyers about declaring war.

    I have to ask, is this who conservatives think can beat ANY of the democrats? I hope they do :)

    Re: well let me try again - moon_shine - Jan. 3rd, 2008 11:10 pm (UTC) - Expand
    Re: well let me try again - daddy - Jan. 3rd, 2008 11:28 pm (UTC) - Expand
    Re: well let me try again - playgirl - Jan. 3rd, 2008 11:54 pm (UTC) - Expand
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 10:33 pm (UTC)
    What can I say? When you're right , you're right. Kucinich has conceded in Iowa and wants his 15% supporters to throw to Obama.
    If Richardson and Biden do that, I think Hillary is gonna have the fight of her life against someone who I find to be a lot more presidential than any of the other candidates.

    The only Republicans who wouldn't give me fits are Ron Paul, McCain, and even to some extent Mike Huckabee. I won't vote for them, but at least I can handle it if they won. On all sides, I think Kucinich is way too liberal, Hillary is too divisive, Giuliani is a thug with no moral compass of any kind, Tancredo was a racist (don't dare argue this with me).

    I think Edwards has the wrong idea in attacking Obama for being too nice. Obama has a reputation of knowing how to compromise or find agreements with people who are diametrically opposed to him politically. That's the change we NEED in the White House. Not someone who chomps at the bit talkign about dismantling and takign on the power elite (when have you know a president other than T. Roosevelt who actually did this?). I think Edwards is just making desperate noise to get attention away from the 2 man race betwen Obama and Clinton.

    Obama is not just being nice, he's the only candidate I believe is sincere based on what he's done inthe Senate and here in the Illinois legislature. You don't have to like his politics, but he's as good as they get when it comes to good men running for office.

    The lamest attack was on him over not wearing a flag lapel pin. His explanation was sound : He thought too many people who wore them thought that's all that was needed to be patriotic. It became a cliche. While Sean Hannity attacked him for it, George Will agreed with him and said he's sick of seeing people accesorizing with the flag and wearing their "patriotism" as if they were cufflinks.
    Jan. 4th, 2008 03:15 am (UTC)
    Smut Clan, Hannity, O’Reilly, and that supercilious
    Obama has a natural talent for diplomacy, and that’s exactly what this country needs in order to start making other nations respect this country as they once did.

    Of course the attack on him about him refusing to wear the flag pin on his lapel was lame, and I agree with him 100%, as to why he refused to do it. I find those yellow car stickers that say, “We Support Our Troops” lame, also. What is it exactly that they support? That they’re over there in a war that has no real cause? I’ve seen these cars with these stickers, parked at malls, restaurants, movie theaters, etc. Gee, what a fun and easy way of supporting our troops!

    This coming election is the first time I’ve actually been truly involved and interested in. I’m barely learning, and hopefully I’ll have learned much more, with your help, and my other LJ friends, about how thing thingy actually works.

    I pray to God he becomes our next President of the U.S., not only because we desperately need him to bring back hope, but because I want desperately to shut the mouths of most of those odious, arrogant Smut Clan, Hannity, O’Reilly, and that supercilious blond woman with the Adam’s apple!!
    (no subject) - olafthunderfoot - Jan. 4th, 2008 05:48 pm (UTC) - Expand
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 11:01 pm (UTC)
    You know I am a democrat but Obama is as arrogant as Bush, and we just had 7 years of some one that thought he could never be wrong. So where does that leave us?
    Jan. 3rd, 2008 11:58 pm (UTC)
    Lookie here Hot Buns!
    Lookie here Hot Buns! :o) Obama doesn't have a mean or arrogant bone in his sexy body! heh heh

    Study the man more closely, and I know you see what I see in him. I wish you'd have heard Opera talk about him, because everything she said was the truth about this man.

    Now, take my little hand and lead me to the voting booth so we can both cast our vote for him! K?
    I looked, he's evil. - tomcatshanger - Jan. 4th, 2008 01:00 am (UTC) - Expand
    Re: Lookie here Hot Buns! - moon_shine - Jan. 4th, 2008 03:56 am (UTC) - Expand
    Jan. 4th, 2008 12:10 am (UTC)
    Romney is an ass. He doesn't support people of the same sex to get married which I think is a form of discrimination based on religious creed. I also think he was terrible as being the governor of MA and he was frequently away from the state campaigning to become President.

    Jan. 4th, 2008 12:22 am (UTC)
    uh If I may... Romney stepped out of the office of Govonor on January 5, 2007. Two days prior January 3, is when he decided to seriously run for the office of President it was on that day he filed to form a presidential exploratory committee with the Federal Election Commission.
    So he was not absent from his job like certain others are right now,

    I do agree though that his beliefs on same sex marrages is wrong. but thats the difference between his beliefs and mine. BUT please note that even though he does not believe in them when he was Govonor of Mass. the state did become the first state to try and allow same sex unions.
    (no subject) - desar - Jan. 4th, 2008 02:29 am (UTC) - Expand
    (no subject) - desar - Jan. 4th, 2008 02:36 am (UTC) - Expand
    Re: I looked, he's evil. - playgirl - Jan. 4th, 2008 01:59 pm (UTC) - Expand
    Jan. 4th, 2008 12:11 am (UTC)
    Actually my precious... Any of them will say everything they can in order to be elected.

    What someone said 12 years ago could be different than what they think now, people do change their minds.

    Huckabee and his southern baptist beginnings worries me a bit. First he said he had a degree in divinity, and now he says his degree is nopt in divinity. Hopefully he knows what he studied.

    I wish that there was a better way to learn about these people, they are spending millions and millions of dollars in advertising for IOWA alone, you can just immagine how much they will spend by the election. That money could have gone to feeding the hungry, education children or finding loving homes for strays. WHoever wins this election will have certainly paid well for it.

    when everything is said and done, at this point there are only two people I would HATE to see in the White House One is Hillary and the other is Ron Paul. Both are certified NUTS!
    In my opinion.

    Jan. 4th, 2008 12:29 am (UTC)
    Anyone who won't state openly that Bush has been a big screwup is apt to be like Bush. Let's face it, this country is in a big mess. We need change so I wil vote for change. Although I am not always happy with her, Hillary is my choice. But, I could easily vote for Obama or Edwards.
    Jan. 4th, 2008 02:01 pm (UTC)
    I'm counting the days for November. After listening to Obama last night, I'm starting to have hope for this country and its people again!
    Jan. 4th, 2008 12:58 am (UTC)
    I'm still amazed that folks would willingly vote for anti-gunners.

    Only one of the major Democrat candidates is for gun rights.

    The other seven are at best anti-gun, and at worst anti-self defense.

    Obama supports a national ban against carrying weapons. Talk about anti-self defense.

    But that's all right. When we're disarmed and truly fucked, people might realize past mistakes.
    Jan. 4th, 2008 05:56 pm (UTC)
    Especially someone who has a join the nra baner on her LJ?

    Barack Obama
    Supports extending the assault weapons ban. Supports national law against carrying concealed weapons, with exceptions for retired police and military personnel. Supports limiting gun sales to one per month.

    if you vote for obama, just toss yer CPL in the fire and turn yer guns in to the local police!
    (no subject) - playgirl - Jan. 5th, 2008 10:14 pm (UTC) - Expand
    (no subject) - tomcatshanger - Jan. 5th, 2008 10:29 pm (UTC) - Expand
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