Yeah, I don't take people seriously who say they would vote for Romney because of the way he views things, or his policies. Simply because the man doesn't stand on any issue the same way twice. But I don't wonder why the election between them will still be close. It's the irrational "take our country back from that guy who's not one of us" that's fueling the GOP's "thinking".
That is an obviously racist and unfounded accusation. You should apologize for it.
Do you really mean to say that in view of Obama's so far ineffective management of our economic recovery; his environmental zealotry which has put distant (and so far unachievable) environmenal goals ahead of needed economic recovery; his idiotic waste of hundreds of billion of public monies on "environmental" companies like Solyndra, owned by political contributors and already heavily subsidized by the government; his highly contentious health care legislation; his accelerating deficit soending in the face of a debt crisis he has done nothing to avert or delay; his inept handling of relations with our traditional allies; and other like issues ... that there is no plausible reason other than racism for opposing his reelection ???????
This defies common sense, and is insulting to many thinking people - notably including the majority who elected him in 2008.
I'll reply to you once in this vein, george - and just once. You have proven yourself to be someone whose "reasoning" occurs from deep inside a bubble which is only penetrable by rightwing propaganda, and I won't beat my head against it trying to sort through what you accept as true.
Obama's management of our recovery has not been ineffective. He has done yeoman's work and has us turned in the right direction despite unprecedented opposition from a party of miscreants who have stated clearly that they were motivated mostly by making Obama fail. the housing market, the automobile industry, consumer confidence and the stock market to name a few indicators have all been slowly but steadily improving - thanks to Obama.
Everything that Obama has proposed has been "highly contentious" to your side, so it should be no big suprise to anyone that his affordable healthcare act was "highly contentious". In spite of the right's stonewalling, he was still able to shepherd through sweeping legislation that will save us money in the longrun.
Your characterization of his spending and failure to try to avert disaster are just lies and don't deserve any reply.
That you could call his foreign relations "inept" after all the damage control he had to do following the bumbling cowboy from Crawford, just shows that you can't see through your "bubble".
And yes, that does leave a lot of disgruntled and angry old white men leading the way on your side, who would've voted for Elmer Fudd over Obama for no real good reason other than some vague notion that Obama just doesn't belong in the white house. I didn't call it racist - you did. I think it's more just willful ignorance than anything else.