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Forum Post: Republican Voter Will NOT vote for Wall St Criminal

Posted 1 year ago on Aug. 30, 2012, 12:43 p.m. EST by angryrepublican (0)
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I always vote and more often for Republicans than Democrats. In 2008 Bush (the child) was the worst president in the history of the US, and I did not vote for Obama. Obama has been an even worse president, but I will NOT vote for Romney. I will NOT vote for a Wall St criminal. I've spoken about this with a number of my friends who call themselves Republicans. The nicest thing any of them said about Romney is that he isn't Obama.

http://howstupidare.blogspot.com/2012/08/how-stupid-are-republicans.html

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[-] 1 points by shadz66 (17988) 1 year ago

"The War Against the Poor : Occupy Wall Street and the Politics of Financial Morality" :

DemoCrap or RepbliCon - the party machines & 'so called' politicians and their poly-tricks are wholly owned by 'The Wall Street Criminals' & as such, please consider that demoCRAZY deMOCKERYcy in The U$A = Two Faux Factions of The Same Plutocratic One Party State !!

veritas vos liberabit ...

[-] 0 points by April (3196) 1 year ago

It's sad really. Republicans have become parodies of themselves. Only Ryan/Romney et al. aren't parodies. They're real. And what used to pass as parody, is now the leadership of the party. With the crazies driving the bus.

The plutocrats that want corporations to take over for the government and run the country.

The religious nutballs who want the country to become a theocratic nation state. So the government can do the job that their church can't.

And the gun nuts who think the 2nd Amendment gives them the right to high capacity assault weapons in order to shoot at will.

These factions used to be on the fringes, the extremists. Now they're driving the bus. True Conservatives should be angered that they have been pushed to the back of the bus. Instead, they keep going along quietly, sitting in the last rows. Doing what the plutocrats, theocrats, NRA, and Tea Party Koch Brother Knuckle-draggers tell them to do.

Conservatives have been outmaneuvered and outflanked by the right wing crazies. I think they're at the back of the bus somewhere. And for some weird reason they're putting up with this.

Romney is quite simply just a horrible candidate. Ryan is an Ayn Rand nutjob. The only good thing to say about him is he has true conviction in the fucked up crazy place he's coming from.

I feel sorry for Conservatives. I thought Pres. Bush Sr. was a very good President. I even think Jeb might be halfway sane. The other half that wants to privatize education, not so much. And I think it's horrible what the RNC did to the Ron Paul delegates.

Good luck trying to wrestle the wheel from the crazies.

[-] -1 points by hchc (3297) from Tampa, FL 1 year ago

First off, there will probably never be a worse president than Bush. Not only were his policies horrible, but the fact that he was most known for being not too bright is what seals the deal. The worst puppet ever (Obama is better at bullshitting the public).

I'm not sure what is going to be more disgusting- the RNC was already loaded with morons that are still supporting idiocy. That was pretty hard to watch.

But being at the DNC and watching these idiots cheering a party that has proven to have zero leadership abilities or care about the public. about war, about bought politicians and a criminal banking syndicate, about anything that OWS supports, is probably going to be tougher for me to swallow.

[-] -1 points by ZenDog (20477) from South Burlington, VT 1 year ago

Obama has been an even worse president

Than Bush? common.

Neither the facts nor the hindsight of history will support such an assertion.

[-] 2 points by NVPHIL (667) 1 year ago

I disagree. Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't obama the first president to openly assassinate a us citizen. Plus he is the first president I can think of who does away with the right of a fair trial. Sure it's only for those suspected of being terrorist but that is the first step on a road that could bring about the end of the constitution. Sure bush might have done the same if he thought he could get away with it. I'm afraid obama is smart enough and has enough influence on the left that the historic defenders of human rights will follow him like calves to slaghter

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20477) from South Burlington, VT 1 year ago

Plus he is the first president I can think of who does away with the right of a fair trial.

actually that would have been Bush II.

And as far as assassinating a U.S. citizen, there is at least one other instance, probably many others.