October 4th, 2012

Quote of the Day

Mitt Romney questions Obama’s priorities…

“I just don’t know how the president could have come into office facing 23 million people out of work, rising unemployment and economic crisis at the kitchen table, and spent his energy and passion for two years fighting for Obamacare instead of fighting for jobs for the American people.”


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    I hate Parliament so much it hurts says:

    It’s this “Legacy” thing our Dear Leaders get so obsessed with. Someone becomes leader of the country and is faced with a choice: to fix the mess left behind by their predecessors, or create a legacy. Blair chose “bringing democracy to Iraq” over his stated aims of sorting out our state eduction system, getting tough on crime, giving everyone an NHS dentist or banning all single-sex wards, Bush went for the same Iraqi democracy thing instead of sorting out America’s debt, Cameron has gone all-out for gay marriage and splurging cash on foreign aid instead of sorting out any of the mess created by Blair/Brown, and Obama has gone for Obamacare over.. sorting out America’s debt.

    Obama would go pretty cold on the wrongly perceived wonders of state healthcare if he had to endure 48 hours in an NHS hospital. Then perhaps he could concentrate on something a little more worthwhile.

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    Gove aka Pob says:

    Yes, Romney is most certainly well placed to criticise Obomneycare

    Opportunist Hypocrite that he is.

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“At the time of writing, nine months from the election, I’ve concluded that Labour currently has no positive messages to communicate to anyone about why they should vote for the party, no policies which will persuade them, and is being run in a totally dysfunctional way.”



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