Romney was a prime example of politics over what is good for the country. Had people REALLY cared about this country, they wouldn't have voted for either Romney or Obama. Alas, most people are stuck in the same duopoly system hoping that "this time" will be different and thinking "Their guy" is never the problem. The Dem/Reps are ruining this country and the sheeple keep voting for them.
AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.
Whereas BHO shied away from politics and did the country some good. His list of accomplishments must make for the type of reading even a product of the Detroit educational system might understand.Romney was a prime example of politics over what is good for the country.
Yes. that would have done a lot of good. Perhaps you should have jumped on that bandwagon before it left the station.Had people REALLY cared about this country, they wouldn't have voted for either Romney or Obama.
After the first term the public could easily see that Barrack Obama was incompetent. As someone else noted, the electorate proved they were not racist after the first election but were just plain stupid after the second election.Alas, most people are stuck in the same duopoly system hoping that "this time" will be different and thinking "Their guy" is never the problem. The Dem/Reps are ruining this country and the sheeple keep voting for them.
I have no interest in who you voted for.Sounds like Obama wasn't a good president, good thing I didn't vote for him isn't it?
Can you not stick to the issues??I didn't vote for Obama, did you vote for Romney? If so you are part of the problem.
The more simple-minded of the electorate were caught up in the War On Women nonsense, the 47% issue, and so on. The big issues, with the assistance of the dishonest, corrupt and incompetent MSM, were ignored.Yep, and it should have been clear that the GOP wasn't the right route after Bush too. You would think after numerous Dem and Rep presidents with increased government and debt people would be smart enough NOT to vote for either Dem/Rep. Alas, they are not.
Perhaps some States may have to secede, or threaten to, before responsible government is made possible. And many Americans are now leaving the US just as they once abandoned Detroit.
Certainly the electorate can vote for buffoons like Barrack Obama and get their way but when the big issues are ignored and it all becomes a matter of party lines then the country will have to pay a price, and we are seeing that now.