Originally Posted by SNR
A better question is to ask why (at least for the moment) there are a large chunk of independents who don't like Romney in Ohio, Florida, and other swing states. Wisconsin and Michigan were kind of against him from the very beginning, so we don't even need to count those.
I think it's because they think, "He's not like me! He must not care about the issues that matter to me" as if Romney wants to create a country of moguls and peasants.
If that's the case, is it true that even getting a wet fart whiney bitch turd like Jon Huntsman would have been better?
What are Republicans going to do? Not for the guy? Impossible. They want Obama gone.
So it comes down to all the millions of independents in those swing states who don't want to vote for Obama but might end up doing so anyway because they don't want to be peasants. I think they would have voted for Huntsman just because he was a nice guy who was just like them gosh darn it!
That's ironic since they're more likely to end up as peasants if Obama wins.
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