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    kissmy Rino Rommney to break bread with the Kenyan.

    This is bullshit. What is that Rino thinking?

    http://dailycaller.com/2012/11/28/ob...ction-meeting/

    If it were me, I'd send that mulatto piece of shit a very short message:

    Hey, Kenyan, stick your invite up your ass. And fkuc the American turncoats that voted for you. You and they think you're the second coming of Christ, with all the answers to cure our problems, so I guess you don't need my business experience.

    Instead of inviting me to a tax payer funded lunch, why don't you invite a few thousand of your 'takers' and 'community organize' us out of our fiscal woes

    You and your takers had all the answers that won/stole the election, so you definitely don't need me now.

    SINK OR SWIM, BITCH.
    You can have my guns when you can pry them from my hands with YOUR cold dead fingers.


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    Well, I do agree with you, BUCKEYEPETE. I can't figure it out. I would have told him to pound salt. But, maybe this is the difference between me and Gov Romney. Two possibilities, maybe he actually believes he could tell him something that would help the country. (I wouldn't bet that Obozo cares one bit about anything he has to say, but maybe Romney is willing to give him the benefit of the doubt) OR he just doesn't want to let Obozo intimidate him and figures, what the hell, I'll show up at his little meeting, eat lunch on his (our) dollar and then go meet with my friend and like-minded thinker, Paul Ryan. Plus, imagine the firestorm that the lamestream media would have created if he declined to meet with him. I guess we'll see.



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    Quote Originally Posted by smilealot View Post
    Well, I do agree with you, BUCKEYEPETE. I can't figure it out. I would have told him to pound salt. But, maybe this is the difference between me and Gov Romney. Two possibilities, maybe he actually believes he could tell him something that would help the country. (I wouldn't bet that Obozo cares one bit about anything he has to say, but maybe Romney is willing to give him the benefit of the doubt) OR he just doesn't want to let Obozo intimidate him and figures, what the hell, I'll show up at his little meeting, eat lunch on his (our) dollar and then go meet with my friend and like-minded thinker, Paul Ryan. Plus, imagine the firestorm that the lamestream media would have created if he declined to meet with him. I guess we'll see.


    Why should Romney care what they think? They hate him anyway! I would have politely (relatively) declined his invite.



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    Quote Originally Posted by colehart View Post
    Why should Romney care what they think? They hate him anyway! I would have politely (relatively) declined his invite.
    Maybe the man is trying to tamp down the trashing of the Republicans, you know, do his part. It won't matter of course, he will continue to be demonized. I think Mitt Romney still believes in this country and it's citizens. He may indeed be misguided because I think this country has changed forever and the greater percentage of people simply do not hold his version of the American Dream. They just feel like it's too much work. They no longer appreciate the privilege that it is to be American. I would think he will regret his visit to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave but I think he is going because he loves the country.

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    He will sit at the same table with Zero because he is a politician and this is what they do. 2 sides of the same coin.
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    Romney going to be asked to be the next Treasure Secretary ?
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    when asked to comment on this historic meeting Barackna Bamma is rumored to have said


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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottLC View Post
    He will sit at the same table with Zero because he is a politician and this is what they do. 2 sides of the same coin.
    of exactly the same coin!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottLC View Post
    He will sit at the same table with Zero because he is a politician and this is what they do. 2 sides of the same coin.
    The quicker the American people figure that out and start voting in some new blood (starting in the primaries), the better off we'll be.
    My opinion about the intelligence of liberals: never overestimate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeclinetoState View Post
    The quicker the American people figure that out and start voting in some new blood (starting in the primaries), the better off we'll be.
    You do realize that this "new blood" has to decide to run first, right? I'm always amazed when people moan and complain about the available candidates, meanwhile, we get those that decide to run as choices. Anyone here planning on running or know a true "died in the wool Conservative" that will be running? Just curious.

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