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(The Daily Dolt)   Mitt Romney has the lowest favorability rating of any presidential nominee in history, including all of the eventual losers. Fark: And that's before he insulted 47% of the American population   (thedailydolt.com) divider line 207
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2012-09-21 09:10:48 PM  
I think I can find candidates with lower favorability...


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2012-09-21 09:23:03 PM  
So vote obama? lol
 
2012-09-21 09:27:41 PM  

colon_pow: DeaH: The thing, for me, about Romney can be summed up by two Romney bathroom stories. When he was living in Paris, he talked about ling in what was practically a hut. He said he mostly stayed in places that "often had no working toilet, and certainly no baths or showers." In reality, he stayed in a place that has been described as a palace. It certainly had working plumbing, and, if Mitt did not have a private bath, he had to, at most, share with one other person. This, to Mitt, is hardship. You know, for Mitt.

But for others? Mitt is perfectly good with 120 girls in a work-camp sharing one bathroom, To Mitt, that's a fine, fine thing. You know, for others.

maybe this would be a good place to mention something something about obama's brother george who lives in a mud hut.


Sure. Has Obama made statements about how that's a really, really great thing, and more people should be living in huts while he must live in a mansion because anything else would be hardship? Because I think we really should compare Obama with Romney.
 
2012-09-21 09:48:34 PM  

DeaH: colon_pow: DeaH: The thing, for me, about Romney can be summed up by two Romney bathroom stories. When he was living in Paris, he talked about ling in what was practically a hut. He said he mostly stayed in places that "often had no working toilet, and certainly no baths or showers." In reality, he stayed in a place that has been described as a palace. It certainly had working plumbing, and, if Mitt did not have a private bath, he had to, at most, share with one other person. This, to Mitt, is hardship. You know, for Mitt.

But for others? Mitt is perfectly good with 120 girls in a work-camp sharing one bathroom, To Mitt, that's a fine, fine thing. You know, for others.

maybe this would be a good place to mention something something about obama's brother george who lives in a mud hut.

Sure. Has Obama made statements about how that's a really, really great thing, and more people should be living in huts while he must live in a mansion because anything else would be hardship? Because I think we really should compare Obama with Romney.


I'm no Romney supporter, but when did Romney suggest that was a 'really, really great thing' describing the conditions in that factory in China? Seriously. I must have missed that part.
 
2012-09-21 10:36:37 PM  

theknuckler_33: DeaH: colon_pow: DeaH: The thing, for me, about Romney can be summed up by two Romney bathroom stories. When he was living in Paris, he talked about ling in what was practically a hut. He said he mostly stayed in places that "often had no working toilet, and certainly no baths or showers." In reality, he stayed in a place that has been described as a palace. It certainly had working plumbing, and, if Mitt did not have a private bath, he had to, at most, share with one other person. This, to Mitt, is hardship. You know, for Mitt.

But for others? Mitt is perfectly good with 120 girls in a work-camp sharing one bathroom, To Mitt, that's a fine, fine thing. You know, for others.

maybe this would be a good place to mention something something about obama's brother george who lives in a mud hut.

Sure. Has Obama made statements about how that's a really, really great thing, and more people should be living in huts while he must live in a mansion because anything else would be hardship? Because I think we really should compare Obama with Romney.

I'm no Romney supporter, but when did Romney suggest that was a 'really, really great thing' describing the conditions in that factory in China? Seriously. I must have missed that part.


He certainly sounds approving in this recording.
 
2012-09-21 11:08:07 PM  

Cletus C.: And yet polling shows the popular vote is almost a dead heat.


All elections are dead heats, for now and forever.

The media does not want to influence the outcome of any elected office through convincing the public to stay home or come out by declaring a landslide ahead of time, so they will always carry the narrative that all elections are close irrespective of reality.
 
2012-09-23 02:43:24 AM  

NateGrey: [www.madmann.com image 750x600]


Awesome!
 
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