If what President Obama plans on doing in a second term is so wonderful, why isn’t he doing it already?

July 25th, 2012

Mitt Romney has no choice but to just talk about what he would do if he were President.

What’s Barack Obama’s excuse?

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  • 1. Nick  |  July 25th, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    Two points:

    1. Mitt Romney could talk about what he did when he was an executive in office in Massechusettes. Oh wait, that’s no good… its different than what he says he’ll do now.

    2. The only reason Obama isn’t doing what he says he’ll do if elected is because we won’t like it.

    3. There is another former two term governor running for President who actually can point to his time as governor, and say “I’ll do as President what I did as Governor” and people would like it… his name is Gary Johnson.

  • 2. Nick  |  July 25th, 2012 at 2:12 pm

    I added the third point at the end and forgot to say “Three Points”… kind of like how there is a third candidate running for President and people say there are only two.

  • 3. Elliot  |  July 25th, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    Thank you for the chuckle, Nick.

    I did a political quiz that told me I should be voting for Gary Johnson, and any other year I probably would. But not this year.

  • 4. Nick  |  July 25th, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    In game theory, if you always vote for the lesser of two evils, you still wind up with evil.

    What really bugs me a lot at this point is that people are not even talking about Johnson, polling on him, or anything… and it’s FREAKING JULY! The election is not tomorrow.

    People talk about how he can’t win… and yet there is still A TON of time to change that. It’s July.

    You hate your choices? Is Johnson a more ideal candidate? Why not actually just talk about him… blog about him… tell your friends about him.

    All that has to happen is for him to poll at 15%, and he gets on the debate stage, and then tell me he can’t win.

  • 5. John Foust  |  July 25th, 2012 at 4:57 pm

    Well, real change takes six to twelve months, or eleven days, depending on who you’re talking about.

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