Romney in Shambles as Britain Proclaims Him Worse than Sarah Palin

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  1. Crabtownboy

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    RomneyShambles compared to Sarah Palin

    Like I said yesterday the Romney is providing the Brits and Europeans lots of materials for jokes, snide remarks and sneers. Already the Brits have tagged his trip as RomneyShambles. They had a good old time field-day with Sarah four years ago.

     
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    Oh my....

    The liberal British media doesn't like Romney.

    Surpise - surprise. :rolleyes:
     
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    Such a quick fall for Romney:

     
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    Well, I guess it's a good thing that "charm, warmth, humour, and sincerity" aren't Constitutional qualifications for being the POTUS or else we couldn't have elected 75% of the ones that we did over the past centuries.

    I'm more interested in competency and Constitutional championing.

    And this political editor of a British newsrag is educating "the world" via his twitter account?

    Please.

     
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    Hey, at least he is in the 21st century. News travels fast and he is helping send it to interested parties. If you know anything about the British press you would realize this editor is being easy on Romney.

    Anyway, Romney's trip is in a shambles. It was touted by Fox news and others as a defining moment trip. Well, so for it is a defining moment trip, but it is a nightmare defining moment. To fall in one or two days from being welcomed to being called worse than Palin ... that is amazing.

    Did you notice how he refused to answer questions on foreign relations. What kind of impression will that give foreign governments that he is trying to favorably impress? When Obama went on his European trip in 2008 he not only answered questions, but gave a well received foreign relations trip. I guess Romney's handlers fear what he might do and say in similar circumstances.

    If you want to read Obama's speech go go:

    Full text: Obama's foreign policy speech
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/jul/16/uselections2008.barackobama
     
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    Crabby sure do love him some hyperbole. :laugh:

    "Romey in shambles..."

    "...defining moment trip" :laugh:
     
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    Hmm, how many brits (who formerly tyranized the American colonies) are voting for either candidates and who really cares?

    Anyway "the fat (oops, I mean "thinnly challenged") lady hasn't sung yet.
    If he aces out the Israeli visit - all will be forgiven and forgotten.

    Please Prime Minister Netanyahu, lots of smiles and handshakes but don't let Romney say anything!

    HankD
     
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    Romney is not the ultimate politician that is sure. democrats have always been better politicians than Republicans and that speaks volumes about the character of democrats.

    So Romney made a gaff as it is called. he hasn't revealed highly classified intelligence to bolster his ego and reelection chances as Obama did. Most importantly he is not a Marxist; he believes in "free enterprise" and demonstrated his ability in that endeavor. In contrast Obama has slopped at the government trough all his life. Now that is the American dream, at least as those of Marxist persuasion. Contrary to Romney's gaff Obama revealed his Marxist sentiments in Roanoke, Virginia some days ago. But anyone with half his brain working knew this 4 years ago when the man was confronted by Joe the Plumber.i

    Obama Slams Business, Belittles Success

    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/obama-business-romney-wright/2012/07/25/id/446461

    Most Americans find President Obama’s recent comments belittling success to be shocking. But if you paid attention to what the Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr. was preaching for the 20 years Obama sat in his pews, you were not at all surprised.

    During a talk in Roanoke, Va., Obama diminished successful people by saying no one gets there on his own. "If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen,” Obama said.

    Obama cited the fact that everyone needs teachers, roads, and bridges. Well, of course they do. But to detract from the achievement of any successful person — whether a student graduating from college or a Thomas Alva Edison, Steve Jobs, or Bill Gates — is to attack the very essence of what makes America great.

    Referring to Obama’s comment as “foolishness,” Mitt Romney aptly said the president wants Americans to be “ashamed of success.” The presidential candidate said he found it “extraordinary that a philosophy of that nature would be spoken by the president of the United States.”​
     
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    Comparing Romney to Sarah Palin is a vote getter CTB!
     
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    Does anyone remember when Obama said that his bowling was "like the Special Olympics"?
     
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    Oh thank, thank you, thank you. I needed a good belly-laugh this morning.

    I know the Brits and Europeans are having good laughs over their espresso this morning.
     
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    That was the advice the Democratic fellow, James Carville, gave last night.

     
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    I know you leftists believe that everyone should be able to vote in our elections as long as they vote democrat. But CrabTownBoy the Europeans don't vote in our elections in any number! So I repeat CrabTownBoy: Comparing Romney to Sarah Palin is a winner for Romney!
     
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    CrabTownBoy do you agree that Qbama is a baby killing Marxist?
     
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    1. I do not believe Obama has ever performed an abortion on anyone.

    2. If you think he is a Marxist then I have very serious doubts that you kow what a Marxist believes. So, no I do not believe he is a Marxist as he has not put forth Marxist ideas on how to run the government. I gently suggest you do some reading on Marxist political philosophy.
     
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    He supports them doing it and works to make sure they can continue therefore there is no difference between the two.
     
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    Now that is an interesting and illogical conclusion. By your logic a president who supports the removal of diseased gall bladders is as responsible for the success or failure as the surgeon who took mine out. Very strange logic there.
     
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    Much can be learned about a person by observing who surrounds him.
     
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    A President who is philosophically against and prevails with his anti-gallbladder removal agenda would have a part in the untreated suffering of those with diseased gallbladders, would he not?
     
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    No, it would only show ignorance on his part. And no rational politician would pass a law to make removing diseased gall bladders a crime. If his party was so inclined to rubber stamp such a law I expect they would not stay in office long.
     

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