With a deficit of $16 trillion and counting, I find it hard to believe that anyone can conscientiously vote again for President Obama in the presidential election coming up.
I will never buy another ticket to an NFL game until it fixes this problem. I sincerely hope other football fans do the same!
Those who oppose President Obama’s plans cite various flaws in the British National Health Service as evidence. It certainly has many of the failings you’d expect of a vast organization. But I know it from the sharp end where my husband is alive today because no expense was spared to save his life.
I do not want Mr. Romney turning my Medicare into voucher care, nor do I want Social Security turned over to Wall Street.
To the Editor: “Curiouser and curiouser.” Romney must have been thinking of these words from Alice In Wonderland when he replied to (Meet The Press, 9/9/12) David Gregory’s question about not mentioning the war in Afghanistan in his Convention speech. Romney said, “You know, I find it interesting that people are curious about mentioning words […]
The internet is packed full of questionable, objectionable, insensitive junk, are we to assume then, that everything else is, by default, ok? Nobody even knows the name of the movie the Egyptian protesters are so upset about.
Until we get back to the American values we grew up believing in, and put trust back in the government we all have created for the purpose of that more perfect union then we will continue to fight, hate each other and ruin the best experiment in democracy the world has ever known.
How can the American people trust the Romney-Ryan ticket when over the course of time they have shown a reckless disregard for the facts?
I work hard, and am thrifty with my money, and have amassed enough assets to feel pretty good. All of that was in jeopardy.