Will Obama win the election?
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Karla - posted on 11/06/2012
Lakota, you are only the second person (in my life!) to call me a bully. The first did it here on CoM in frustration because she could not dispute my facts.
Again, this site was created for Obama supporters, so I'm baffled by the notion that you feel your differences should be embraced here. You may frequent the debate communities for such discourse, but please, this community is not the place for a wide variety of political debate.
Tah - posted on 11/06/2012
Lakota, what you are is someone who posted a viewpoint, were proven wrong and you are now trying to save face. This, however makes you look worse. Karla has never been a bully but someone who can always bring facts to support her position. The same way she did in DM where you posted this same message. It takes a real woman to say, "You know what, I was wrong, I didn't know x,y,z and i will go do more research" The antics you are showing now are not that of a woman. You can call me a bully or follower, whatever you like, I am secure in who I am and what I stand for. If it is at odds with your beliefs, that is fine as well. I don't care who you voted for, I am just glad you voted. If you do not know how to debate, or can not take having your beliefs challenged with facts from someone with a different viewpoint, then you may want to refrain from joining debate communities. You have proven a point, but I doubt it's one you should be proud of
Lakota - posted on 11/06/2012
Hey there ladies. I actually didn't vote for Obama or Romney. I am an independant and I don't like either of them. So, I voted independant - even though I know that person won't win.
I did enjoy commenting on Karla's post and pretending to be a Romney fan because I have read many of her posts before joining Circle of Moms and she's a bully. So interesting to see others - especially you Tah - follow in her foot steps and single out and pick on one person because their views are different.
Karla - posted on 10/10/2012
I saw part of the debate and I believe that the media is exaggerating. (surprise, surprise, right?) Though Romney was collected at the debate, he also came off as arrogant, and his arguments were never followed up by any definitive plan. Obama had some good responses, but on some of them he sounded like he was having trouble formulating his thoughts. It wasn't Obama's shining moment, that's for sure, but I wonder if the recent polls reflect the reporting on the debate more than the debate itself.
I am hoping that Obama is able to use the same kind of energy in the next debate that he has on the campaign trail.
Janice - posted on 10/10/2012
I hope so, but the debate killed him, Romney was spouting lies and Obama just "doodled." I didnt see it all due to my work schedule but what I did see was depressing. He needs to get his energy up fast or we are screwed.
Daphne - posted on 09/17/2012
I certainly hope the American people are not so hateful as to vote against their own personal interest. I'm only believing one thing - the POTUS, Barack Obama has had our backs, it's time for us to have his. Mitt Romney has nothing in common with working people. This man has been rich all of his life, how could he possibly know the issues working people deal with on a daily basis. He doesn't have a clue and he really doesn't care to have a clue. Come on folks, we've been down this road before - the name of this road is George W. Bush and Dick Cheney Blvd.
Barack has to win this election - can you just imagine what our country would look like under a Romney presidency - can u say "1939, the great depression" which we were very, very close to when President Obama took office. They left him a mess to try and fix. He has to win
Jeanette - posted on 09/08/2012
I just have a feeling he will. I mean, obviously I want him to, but when I try really really really really hard to be objective, he just come across as so much more believable and strong and intelligent. Okay. Maybe I'm not able to be objective, but he'll win. Never fear.
Christine - posted on 08/27/2012
YES! I can't possibly imagine enough Americans being clueless enough to vote Romney in. Surely everyone has learned from the Bush administrations problems and surely everyone has heard the rediculous competely out of touch comments Romney and his wife has consistently made. They clearly have no idea what its like for real people who are not filthy rich so how could they possibly make the right decissions for the country when the majourity of the country are low/middle class which they know nothing about. Where as in the opposite corner you have President Obama who really cares and is competely in touch with regular people! Surely this country as a whole is smart enough to see all that its just so obvious.