Romney, Obama, or other?
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@v1kingfan, I mispoke. Yes, Romney was not necessarily raised by a poor family. However, his father was a self made man, worked his way up to become the CEO of American Motors and went through many hardships including turning his company around from the brink of bankruptcy. Yes they both became very wealthy and prosperous in the end, but it’s the story and their journey that means the most. You should read into it, their stories are both inspiring and quite extraordinary.
As for Obama and his announcement of his support of gay marriage, that was done completely for political reasons. Why didn’t he announce that in the beginning of his damn presidency? Why didn’t he do anything about it? 1. He’s a coward, and 2. His #1 priority is winning the election; he already knows that he won’t win any new conservative voters so he is now trying to win over as many liberal votes and votes from gay couples as he can
Ron Paul is the choice.
I believe that Romney is more capable than Obama for the position of president, however, I would not vote for him (or Obama) because he does not align closely enough with my values for me to be able to say that he is anything but a lesser of two evils. I would be compromising myself by voting for anyone except Ron Paul.
I agree that they are both terrible choices but I will probably vote for Romney just because I feel as though a president wont do as extreme policies when they have a chance of running for another term. If President Obama won again then he doesn’t have to worry about re-election.