Rick Santorum, please. Now Mitt Romney.

27 Feb

Okay are you all fed up with the hypocrisy in politics? First you hear people like Rick Santorum say President Obama is trying to destroy America. When President Obama tries to encourage people to go to college, Mr. Santorum has the balls to say the President is a snob ( that’s like one 400 pound person saying  you are out of shape). Why would someone think a person is a snob when they want others to better themselves? Could it be that Mr. Santorum will have to work harder because he will run into book smart people trying to take whatever job he has? The 1% hates to compete, look at the laws they have passed to make it harder to live the American dream.

Then Mr. Santorum does not like contraception and any law that allows same-sex marriage, and he talks about having a smaller government. Yet he is all for laws like the patriot act and drug testing unemployed people. Those laws right there require more government. I guess people like Mr. Santorum like smaller government when others need government, and he wants larger government when he wants to pass moral laws. He would like less laws for Wall Street , yet he is willing to pass more moral laws to control Americans.

I am very surprised that even 10 people in America would vote for this person. To me he is as scary as the Taliban but he tries to act like and talk like he is Gods right hand man.

You can say that hypocrisy is on the other side of the fence as well. The other side wants more regulation for banks, but less for drugs. They say the are for protection of the environment, yet we are drilling more now in America then we every have in the past.

I guess my point is, if you look at politics today , they are all alike but with different words coming out of their mouth. I guess that’s why Santorum has the definition he has when you do a search of his name.

UPDATED 2/28/2012 ; I just heard Mitt Romney talk. He has said in the past it’s not the government’s job to creat jobs. That it is the economies job, and the market system. Today he said President Obama has done nothing to fix the economy, and that he would creat jobs in America. He can not have it both ways. Now which way is it Mr. Romney? He also said he will restore the Keystone pipeline. If I am correct, that oil will go in the pipeline from Canada onto boats right to China. America gets none of the oil, China has bout it already. He has the people who listen to him thinking the oil is for America. WAKE UP AMERICA!!!!

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5 Responses to “Rick Santorum, please. Now Mitt Romney.”

  1. Anonymous Patriot @popfreeradio February 28, 2012 at 9:24 am #

    I think birth control and gay marriage are issues that are wholly about control… but not in the way you think… I’m a relatively new father and I’m now stuck in the system. I can’t fight, I can’t protest, I can’t do anything except work non-stop in order to pay for my child’s well-being. Without birth-control, the birth-rate would sky-rocket and the majority of young-people in America wouldn’t be able to take to the streets because they’d be too busy taking care of kids. The system could continue as-is with little debate and even less protest.

    On the gay marriage angle, if you give gay people the same benefits as everyone else, those couples who don’t have kids (and let’s face it, it will always be more difficult for gays to have kids just because of biological limitations of a same-sex partnership) these people will in theory enjoy more success than their counterparts who are raising children just because of economics.

    So then we have a super-group of well-off, liberal, compassionate, literate people… This would surely mean the end of the current system.

    I’ve not had enough coffee yet this morning. I swear this all sounded logical before I typed it.

    • Chad Johnson February 28, 2012 at 9:36 am #

      Thank you for reading the post Anonymous. Your angle is a good one and you have valid points as well.

  2. miladytess February 28, 2012 at 9:26 am #

    Yes, you’re right. thankfully, though, I think the GOP handed the Democrats the election because all their candidates suck big time!

    • Chad Johnson February 28, 2012 at 9:38 am #

      Thanks for reading the post Miladytess . Sad thing about the whole process is that both parties are pretty much the same once they get voted in. It will take the outsiders of the beltway to make changes in this world.

  3. Chad Johnson October 4, 2012 at 9:27 pm #

    You will have to do that yourself. Sorry.

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