Friday, September 21, 2012

Mittens Tells Us How He Feels about the 47%

I'm buried working for Obama (and it's gonna get worse before it gets better) and today I'm attending leadership training but I'm taking time to share this two-minute video that shows us how Mittens really feels about the 47%. I can't vote for someone who disdains nearly half the citizens of this country while stashing his treasure in the Caymans. Can you?



Hope y'all are having a great day!!!!!

Happy Blogging!!!!!!

Kay

11 comments:

  1. Hi. Kay Just wanted to say Hi

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    1. Hi, Joe!!!! How's the Missus???

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  2. I suppose Obama will win, but not because people like him, but because Romney is prone to saying stupid things that show that he doesn't know or care about what life is like for most Americans. As I see it, we're screwed either way. When Obama last ran, he ran under the banner of Yes, We Can, American, which seemed to imply sweeping changes, but what happened to that? He said he was for peace, but he's now presiding over the longest war in US history (and we would still be in Iraq as well if he had had his way); he's continued the abuses of the Patriot Act; he's ignored his promises to not go after medical marijuana people (of which I am one); he authorizes hits on foreign citizens in foreign countries while continuing to pretend that America is morally superior; etc. So many promises that were so easily forgotten. I don't want Romney either, but I can't vote for Obama again.

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    1. I'm sorry you feel that way and obviously you haven't been reading in the right places. And no I'm not going to try to change your closed mind. May be you want your taxes raised. I simply can't afford Mitt. Without my Medicare and Social Security, I will die as well as many of the people I care about and that's the bottom line.

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  3. I can't vote for someone like that either Kay....NOPE. Take care of yourself...and don't work too hard. ~Joy

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    1. If anything, it's keeping me from thinking too much about it. And I've met some great people!!!!

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  4. Kay -- you are one dedicated worker for Obama!! I will be amazed if Romney wins. On this issue of the 47 percent -- he made his own bed and now he has to sleep in it. thanks for all your good work -- barbara

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    1. I agree on Mittens!!!! We all are working hard and I've met some great new friends of all ages.
      Our workshop today was awesome.

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  5. "I'm not going to try to change your closed mind."

    Oh, Kay, why be insulting? It doesn't make the world better. My main objection to Obama is that he has continued many of the same un-Constitutional human rights violations as Bush. I also don't like this whole idea of America being in one undeclared war after another, and I certainly don't like it that my president authorizes what look to me like high-tech Mafia style hits. This militant go-it-alone style of Americanism is a big reason why we are so hated, and I voted for Obama because I thought he represented a new direction.

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  6. There seems to be a false perception that a President -- any President -- can make all the changes they say they want to make when they campaign. I think it's important to consider the core beliefs of the major forces controlling each of the major political parties, regardless of who the candidate is. When I consider such matters and the legislative behavior of those driving the Republican Party the past years, including their advocacy of measures that have proven to be seriously poor economic measures in other countries, I think voting for their candidate would be a tragic mistake for America -- except for the very wealthy.

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  7. There seems to be a false perception that a President -- any President -- can make all the changes they say they want to make when they campaign. I think it's important to consider the core beliefs of the major forces controlling each of the major political parties, regardless of who the candidate is. When I consider such matters and the legislative behavior of those driving the Republican Party the past years, including their advocacy of measures that have proven to be seriously poor economic measures in other countries, I think voting for their candidate would be a tragic mistake for America -- except for the very wealthy.

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