Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Mitt Romney's Brave! But That Might Be His Downfall

Oh we read and have come to believe Americans are conservative; FACT! Or are they not? Well, if they refuse, in the face of all the boundless evidence to agree to a cull on access to guns; one cant but imagine that they are nutters. Oh yes, and they invented McDonalds too... ;-)

But come to the issue at hand, would some Americans vote for a man, Mitt Romney, who amongst all unpopular things, is hoping to overturn measures passed to regulate Wall Street in the wake of the 2008 economic collapse? Yes, those who ruin the economy through their endless gambling and bungee market system which came crashing will vote for him. How can any one?

Or check this out; Republican manifesto also insists that it would not legalize abortion claiming that "The unborn child has a fundamental individual right to life which cannot be infringed." Does s/he really?

Well, no argument about that of course. But then, why the exemption on the basis of "rape, incest, or when the mother's health is in danger." Oh! Does that not equate to discrimination? Because "the 'Unborn Child' no more "has a fundamental individual right" if it was a result of these things? Nothing different from 'all animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others'. Yes, if a child is conceived through rape, it is no more a child, thats what Mitt Romney and his co-morons, think; which is no wonder when you consider Todd Akin's division of rape into legitimate, etc.

And to cap it all, Mr Romney promises to repeal and replace the healthcare law passed by the Obama administration. Why not? As a man who believes in family, - as his wife is at this moment trying to pull that wool over America's eyes - does it not confuse you to imagine that he would not allow the poorest parents to get healthcare and be alive and healthy to look after their children? Family; indeed.

Many more things are wrong with Mitt Romney's manifesto, even worse than that of so-called third world countries' politicians. In fact, his idea that he need to give the rich more money through tax breaks are strange because the economy is stalled when the consumers are not buying. Yes, they may be poor, but combinedly, it is the  ordinary consumers who keep the economy growing like manure of dung in a farmland.

While I subscribe to a low taxation for all, a skewed tax-break that leaves the poor paying higher in ratio to the rich is purely against growth, unfair and no cure for the economy.

May be, what Mitt Romney need to do is think again and align his thoughts on these key issues. Nevertheless, one is never surprised at the choices America makes.

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