Romney Learns That ‘Facts Are Stubborn Things’

Discussion in 'Politics' started by faithcontender, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. faithcontender

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    Does Romney has a habit of exaggerating things or he has a habit of plain lying just to suit himself?

    Read here and form your opinion about him.
     
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    Probably both.

    Just like most of the candidates running for President from both the democrat and Republican parties.

    Romney, Clinton, Huckabee, and Edwards (as well as others) all say what is expedient at the time.
     
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    The Democrats are not even worthy of consideration. Romney or Giuliani will either 1. guarantee a loss at the polls for the Republicans or 2. elect another liberal President if they win

    Either of those two on the ticket should automatically force a third party vote.
     
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    It really bothers me when a politician who bills himself as a "minister" of the Lord, like Huckabee does, is so...

    expedient with his politics.:tear:
     
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    I have not ruled out Huckabee, but he is close. Giuliani and Romney are out of the question. They will not get my vote. The only reason Huckabee hasn't been ruled out is that I am not convinced he is not truthful about abortion. His record makes me wonder if he is the best choice, though, in relation to taxes, immigration, and crime. To tell the truth, none of the announced candidates are cream of the crop leaders.
     
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    I have more respect for someone who has been consistantly pro-choice than someone who when he ran for govorner of a liberal state was pro-choice, than suddenly had an epiphany when he decided to run for president. I am tired of abortion being a political expediant for someone's career in Washington.
     

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