Publicado: 09-19-2012 01:30 PM
PEOPLE WANTS TO SPEND SONONE ELSES MONEY!!!iscuten:iscuten::colera:
AND MITT ROMNEY IS RIGHT!!!!!
ALOTOF PEOPLE WORK VERY HARD AND THEM THE GOBERNMENT TAKE IT TO GIVE IT TO THE LAZY=ONES!!!
IS NOT FEAR!!!!!!!:colera:
Publicado: 09-26-2012 02:32 PM
Una pena que algunos latinos desperdicien su voto. A Romney solo le interesa el voto hispano para llegar a la casa blanca. Romney dijo que el modelo de immigracion en Arizon es un modelo para todo el pais.
Por otro lado, Romney se hizo mas millonario exportando trabajos a China sin importarle las consecuencias. Que beneficio le da al pais que Romney tenga millones de dolares en Cayman Islands invirtiendo su dinero en companias que luchan en contra del dolar americano? Por otro lado, Romney en sus impuestos manipula los resultados.
Estamos Unidos por Barack Obama
09-27-2012 08:57 AM - editado 09-27-2012 08:58 AM
A new wave of polls offer a closer look at the political aftermath of Mitt Romney's comments on the "47 percent," with an overwhelming number of voters responding that they both knew of the now-infamous video of Romney at a private fundraiser and viewed him less favorably as a result. The Republican presidential nominee has been widely criticized for saying that nearly half of Americans back President Barack Obama because they are government-dependent "victims" who believe they are "entitled" to health care, food and housing.
09-27-2012 08:59 AM - editado 09-27-2012 08:59 AM
Voters have a mostly negative reaction toward the 47-percent comments at a time when the president appears to be widening his lead across swing states. The latest findings are also consistent with other national surveys taken in the days immediately after the video was widely reported, but paint a more troubling picture of the impact those remarks may have had on Romney's standing with independent voters.
On a national scale, 54 percent of registered voters viewed Romney’s comments unfavorably, while only 33 percent saw them in a favorable light, according to a Washington Post/ABC News poll released Wednesday. Fifty-seven percent of independents had a negative reaction.