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Romney: Obama Says Vote for Revenge, I Say Vote For Love of Country

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Romney truly sums it up here.

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by on Nov. 5, 2012 at 5:37 AM
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Simmeringhearts
by on Nov. 5, 2012 at 7:40 AM
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With all the hatred coming out of Obama's mouth, I would never admit that he was my voice. WOW!

Quoting MomTiara19:

You know what is funny about the revenge comment...

Obama said this to stop the rally from booing Romney.Romney encourages his supporters to boo Obama at rallies and loves to stir the pot of hate with twisting Obamas words like in this case of the"revenge" comment.

The crowd was booing Romney and voter suppression and so Obama said dont boo...vote...this is the best revenge.

Romney supporters view America as mainly one race,one religion,and one view.This American pie conservatism love of red country ideology may be the republican mantra.....but where do democrats,and people of color,and different religions fit in?

There is alot of talk of Romney momentum and love of country.Democrats love our country too and are willing to sacrifice and stand in line for hours to vote just like in the civil rights movement.We wont back down.

I am not voting for Obama for revenge.I am voting for Obama because he is my voice....it is my right....and I am American just like you.



tooptimistic
by Bronze Member on Nov. 5, 2012 at 7:55 AM
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Who says that?? Who wants a vengeful President???

emeraldangel2.0
by on Nov. 5, 2012 at 8:15 AM
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I love my country, which is why I'm voting for Obama

imamomzilla
by on Nov. 5, 2012 at 9:38 AM
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 AMEN!

patriotic

notonepercenter
by Bronze Member on Nov. 5, 2012 at 10:04 AM
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Quoting MomTiara19:

You know what is funny about the revenge comment...

Obama said this to stop the rally from booing Romney.Romney encourages his supporters to boo Obama at rallies and loves to stir the pot of hate with twisting Obamas words like in this case of the"revenge" comment.

The crowd was booing Romney and voter suppression and so Obama said dont boo...vote...this is the best revenge.

Romney supporters view America as mainly one race,one religion,and one view.This American pie conservatism love of red country ideology may be the republican mantra.....but where do democrats,and people of color,and different religions fit in?

There is alot of talk of Romney momentum and love of country.Democrats love our country too and are willing to sacrifice and stand in line for hours to vote just like in the civil rights movement.We wont back down.

I am not voting for Obama for revenge.I am voting for Obama because he is my voice....it is my right....and I am American just like you.

 

You go girl!  Well stated!  Funny isn't it, how Romneyites can only hear what they want to hear.  The President was encouraging the crowd to go vote, and to not be discouraged by the road-blocks being placed in their way by the republican party.  Our President is a class-act.  Romney must feel so inferior to President Obama, and I'm sure that is not a role he (Romney) is comfortable being cast.  Obama outshines Romney in every aspect.  Romney is the only one being negative.  Revenge isn't a bad thing when you are seeking justice for being done wrong, i.e. voter suppression. 

MsDenuninani
by Bronze Member on Nov. 5, 2012 at 10:20 AM
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Romney's mistake is assuming the two are mutually exclusive.

A vote for Democrats is a message to our countries' leaders: Stop putting politics over Country. 

That's why everyone should vote down the Democratic ticket.

Meadowchik
by Gold Member on Nov. 5, 2012 at 10:26 AM
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Quoting notonepercenter:

 

Quoting MomTiara19:

You know what is funny about the revenge comment...

Obama said this to stop the rally from booing Romney.Romney encourages his supporters to boo Obama at rallies and loves to stir the pot of hate with twisting Obamas words like in this case of the"revenge" comment.

The crowd was booing Romney and voter suppression and so Obama said dont boo...vote...this is the best revenge.

Romney supporters view America as mainly one race,one religion,and one view.This American pie conservatism love of red country ideology may be the republican mantra.....but where do democrats,and people of color,and different religions fit in?

There is alot of talk of Romney momentum and love of country.Democrats love our country too and are willing to sacrifice and stand in line for hours to vote just like in the civil rights movement.We wont back down.

I am not voting for Obama for revenge.I am voting for Obama because he is my voice....it is my right....and I am American just like you.

 

You go girl!  Well stated!  Funny isn't it, how Romneyites can only hear what they want to hear.  The President was encouraging the crowd to go vote, and to not be discouraged by the road-blocks being placed in their way by the republican party.  Our President is a class-act.  Romney must feel so inferior to President Obama, and I'm sure that is not a role he (Romney) is comfortable being cast.  Obama outshines Romney in every aspect.  Romney is the only one being negative.  Revenge isn't a bad thing when you are seeking justice for being done wrong, i.e. voter suppression. 

Obama's entire campaign has been negative!  Romney has gone negative as well but he has also consistently presented a plan from Day One to strengthen the Middle Class.  Obama produced a little pamphlet after the third debate, a few weeks ago. 

I know the context of Obama's quote, yet it still captures much of the political reality, in my opinion.  By and large, I don't see support for Obama as support for growth or progress, it's much more anti-Romney, anti-GOP.  It is quite ironic.  The Anybody-but-Obama feeling on the right has transformed in great measure to real confidence in Romney and in common sense.  Romney did that at the first debate.

The most pressing social issue today is the economy

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Meadowchik
by Gold Member on Nov. 5, 2012 at 10:29 AM

 

Quoting MsDenuninani:

Romney's mistake is assuming the two are mutually exclusive.

A vote for Democrats is a message to our countries' leaders: Stop putting politics over Country. 

That's why everyone should vote down the Democratic ticket.

Nope, a vote for Obama is another vote for the Harry Reid Senate, the same Reid who said he will stonewall every single Romney proposal. Obama's already shown he does not know how to deal typical DC partisanship.  We have more reason to believe Romney can work with it.

The most pressing social issue today is the economy

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Dzyre1115
by Bronze Member on Nov. 5, 2012 at 10:30 AM
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 That rant of Obama's made him look so dumb, I was embarrassed for him.

imamomzilla
by on Nov. 5, 2012 at 11:07 AM

 Indeed!

Quoting JavaMom2one:

This just goes to show how different the two think.  One thinks negatively while one keeps it positive.

 




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