People who think Obama is any less pro-war than Romney, or hell even Dick Cheney, are absolutely deluded. He wanted to keep 10,000 US troops in Iraq past the deadline agreed to by George W Bush. There's also the continued drone strikes in Libya and Pakistan. Many innocent civilians are killed in these attacks. But it's not a war, 'cause AMERICANS aren't dying. Meanwhile 4 Americans are killed in Libya and Obama is MAD. And it's a wonder terrorist groups have no problem recruiting.
Yeah the only area I would separate Obama and Romney is when it comes to how much action to take in regards to Iran and backing Israel. Romney thinks we need to give Israel anything they want, and Obama is more reluctant to offer them aid. Personally, I think the entire Middle East is a joke and much of our policy there (directed by both Republicans AND Democrats) is a dated, tainted and overall deplorable policy. Money going to Pakistan is the fucking worst.
Romney and Obama are not terribly different IMO. They talk about their differences in debates, but it's not like we're talking George Bush vs John Kerry here, or Theodore Roosevelt vs Woodrow Wilson.
Look we gave your country a pass when you voted in Bush. Sure we ridiculed you as a nation but that was your free pass. If you guys vote in Romney you have no world credibility anymore and at that point China should swoop in and ownn you cause the idea of intelligent voting is going whoooosh over some peoples heads.
* knowing I'll probably get in trouble for this post cause someone on here will have no sense of humour
Tripled the number of troops in Afghanistan
Has initiated drone attacks (these kill civilians btw) in Yemen, Somalia, and Libya
Supports the Patriot act
Guantanamo Bay is still open
The TSA is completely unchecked
Hurray for anti-war/pro-liberty Obama!
Last edited by CamillePunk : 10-18-2012 at 10:43 PM.
Obama will most likely win Ohio and no Republican candidate within the past 50 or so years has won the presidential election without Ohio. That being said, Romney may not take Ohio but could take Wisconsin, Nevada, Florida, Iowa, North Carolina and Virginia and still win.
With the Gallup Poll, it doesn't set in stone a Romney victory either.