Sunday, April 15, 2012

Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney

Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney
By Reginald Kaigler (DEMCAD)

Barack Obama. A man that brought false hope, empty promises and more corporate sponsors that a NASCAR driver. A man who said what people wanted to hear, but failed to accomplish anything. A man who protected Bush torturers, lied about closing Gitmo Bay and escalated the war in Afghanistan Yeah, that Barack Obama. The same Obama who joined Bush and McCain and Romney in supporting TARP, so Wall Street criminals could steal from taxpayers. Yeah, this is the guy who received a Noble peace prize for spending tens of thousands of soldiers into Afghanistan. Then solidified the irony by ignoring the constitution and illegally bombed Libya. But that wasn’t enough.

President Barack Obama, Mr. Hope and Change, spent unmanned aircraft to bomb Yemen and Pakistan. I guess if you kill small children it’s okay if you declare them collateral damage. And I guess if the President expands trillion dollar deficits, it’s okay, because the last guy (Bush) was also irresponsible. Barack Obama, the man who signed the national Defense Authorization Act which turns America into a battlefield.

A free society that now encourages the military to indefinitely detain people, even U.S. citizens, without a charge or a trial. But wait, Obama promises not to do that. Just like he promised to shut down Gitmo Bay. The constitutional professor who sign the renewal of the Patriot Act. The same law supported but Bush and McCain and Romney.

Yeah, the Mitt Romney who promised to protect gun rights, after which he promised to take them away. Yeah, that Mitt Romney. The so called “pro-life” Republican who claims to be “severely conservative.”
Even though used to be pro-choice and his policies are just as fiscally irresponsible as Obama‘s. Mitt Romney. A man who bleeds deception through his pores and that changes positions more than porn star in San Fernando Valley. Mitt Romney, a man who stands for absolutely nothing except when it’s politically convenient for him. This man, like Bush and Obama and McCain, is also a neo-con warmonger who is desperate to bomb Iran. But it’s a threat. Yes, Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons, America has thousands, but Iran is going to threaten us with just one. Sure, that makes sense. Just like Mitt Romney’s economic plan to put this country further into debt.

Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney

A choice between two pathological liars who don’t give a damn about any of us. They don’t serve me or you. They are all bought and paid for like most of the other Democrats and Republicans. They talk a different game, but when it counts, they support the illegal wars, unconstitutional bailouts, attacks on civil liberties and they take the bribes (oh, I’m sorry, campaign contributions)

When are you people going to get it? There is no choice. The elite corporatist criminals who run this country use primaries to weed out anyone who will challenge them. And they use the General election like a reality TV show to keep the masses distracted and entertained. They figure if you are invested in this illusion called an election, that you’ll be more likely to tolerate a system that is fundamentally corrupted.

They keep you entertained and divided. Republican vs. Democrat. Never mind the fact that the Democrats won elections in 2006 on an anti-war platform and then gave Bush his money for the war in Iraq. Never mind the fact that the once Republican President, George W. Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction and Democrats went along. It’s a scam. It’s a rigged game. Bet on red. Bet on blue. It doesn’t matter, because the house always wins.

I’m not going to tell you who to vote for, but I’m not going to let you say you’re voting for the lesser of two evils, because that is wrong and to do so would be a gross declaration of moral bankruptcy.

This November, there will be more than two names on that ballot. But if you’re voting for Mitt Romney or Obama, you will be voting for the same thing.


  1. Ron Paul has my vote... And I'm not a Republican, but I like the man's direct attitude. No political garbled answers where it's hard to understand or comprehend his stance. He is clearly a man who's annoyed by all the BS in our government and wants us to stop policing the world and mind our damn business at home. He spoke up on Obama's New Years Eve signing the national Defense Authorization Act while all the other candidates and officials kept quiet. The only one that seems to care about the constituion, at this time, is Ron Paul! Whether if Ron Paul is playing us like both president Obama or the useless Romney (who didn't do a damn thing for us here in Massachusetts), remains to be seen. Ron Paul may not have all the answers and I may not agree with all of what he stands for, but I can respect his passion, boldness of speaking out the injustices happening all aroundus. If America wanted real change, they would have stop relying on the two major parties that keep screwing us from year to year. — TheDragonB

  2. It is clear to me that this election is bought by the corporate giants and their pets, the mainstream media.

    I will vote. I will not vote for the lesser of two evils. If I did I would still be voting for evil. I will vote for Ron Paul or a libertarian who has a similar agenda.

  3. Oh wow another we're damned if we do or don't scenerio this awesome that our populous allows for such railroading. I hope we get to hear each sides stance on the big three wedge issues of Gay's, Gun's and Abortions...then they bleet out terrorist this or homeland security that...shit I think I just made a presidential candidate

    We need radical election and elected official more bilions for ads or muck racking. Issue specific and limited funds to keep every candidate a fair shake at winning...eliminate two party and primary candidacy let's see who really runs this country.

  4. Big Dog, Mitt Romney has a record of opposing gun rights, so there is no wedge there. He's flipped flop on abortion and gay marriage, too.

    thedragonb, Ron Paul will not be on the ballot.