Here are the results of the Campaign Ethics Poll.
And here are your comments.
Posted by Angelica on July 25, 2012 at 8:27 am.
Romney? Ethical? If you believe that I have a bridge with a lovely ocean view in Kansas that I want to sell you.
Posted by Patty on July 24, 2012 at 7:19 am.
Does Rmoney even know the definition of ethical?
Posted by Rixar13 on July 20, 2012 at 5:48 pm.
Posted by Obbop on July 20, 2012 at 10:40 am.
All multi-millionaires and billionaires must vote for the beloved Mr. Romney in order to be truly represented atop the socio-economic hierarchy.
Mere vermin commoners who exist to serve the ruling masters… well, it does not matter who you vote for since voting at the federal level is a farce.
The federal government was designed and intended to be owned and operated by a ruling elite.
(The Irony of Democracy… suggested reading)
Voting will never make any meaningful change(s) in the federal government.
Have a wonderful week folks.
Posted by Infidel753 on July 20, 2012 at 9:58 am.
Good grief, is this question a joke?
Posted by Lynn Squance on July 19, 2012 at 1:01 am.
First, I should declare my bias for Mr Obama. What I have seen of Rmoney is an evasive and vague person on his policies such that it is hard to pin him down. The tax returns are a real issue and his intransigence will not help him —just makes people think he is hiding something, even if he isn’t. He is making comments about other people and other times that are totally irrelevant (Mrs Kerry). There is just too much deceit.
Mr Obama is not perfect but from what I have seen, he is hitting at the issues and hitting Rmoney in areas where he is
I think the results reflect reality. While some Obama adds have stated Romney positions that he claims he does not have, there are few position on all issue that Romney has not claimed at some point. On the other hand, virtually all Romney ads have been blatant lies.
In the next poll (now up), you get to rate Willard’s competence in foreign policy. Enjoy!