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(American Thinker)   With the wait until the most important election of our lifetimes measured in hours, not weeks, many have come to see Mitt Romney as destined to be America's 45th president   (americanthinker.com ) divider line
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1193 clicks; posted to Politics » on 05 Nov 2012 at 10:50 AM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2012-11-05 11:34:02 AM  
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I am not very old but I've seen an awful lot of "most important elections in my lifetime". Every one, actually.
2012-11-05 11:04:13 AM  
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lennavan: Funny question - Assume Mitt Romney is going to be POTUS, how does that make you feel? Think about it. If you have listened to Mitt as a candidate, everyone in the United States should be simultaneously scared and excited because the directions Mitt might take the country are endless. He might appoint justices that ban abortion entirely, or he might appoint justices that are pro-choice. He might lower our taxes, or he might raise them. Maybe he'll invest heavily in green energy and enact powerful environmental regulations a-la his 2004 "THE NEED FOR ACTION IS NOW" stance, or maybe he'll cut funding entirely and disband the EPA.

Whatever side you're on, if Mitt becomes POTUS, all things are possible -- your nightmare scenario, your dream scenario and everything in between. So how do I feel about Mitt as POTUS? I dunno.


Mitt Romney is Zombo.com made flesh.
2012-11-05 10:58:34 AM  
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Funny question - Assume Mitt Romney is going to be POTUS, how does that make you feel? Think about it. If you have listened to Mitt as a candidate, everyone in the United States should be simultaneously scared and excited because the directions Mitt might take the country are endless. He might appoint justices that ban abortion entirely, or he might appoint justices that are pro-choice. He might lower our taxes, or he might raise them. Maybe he'll invest heavily in green energy and enact powerful environmental regulations a-la his 2004 "THE NEED FOR ACTION IS NOW" stance, or maybe he'll cut funding entirely and disband the EPA.

Whatever side you're on, if Mitt becomes POTUS, all things are possible -- your nightmare scenario, your dream scenario and everything in between. So how do I feel about Mitt as POTUS? I dunno.
2012-11-05 10:55:51 AM  
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Well, certainly the Mormons feel this, yes.

I find it weird that so many conservative Christians are willing to basically acknowledge Mormonism as the one true faith by helping Mitt Romney fulfill a mormon prophecy.
2012-11-05 08:50:01 AM  
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He's our density.
 
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