Honestly who will be better for America at this time, Obama or Romney?

Blame whomever Clinton and housing deal and Franks or that Bush didn't raise cane, but we have been in uncharted waters and who knows what is best.

Asked By: R J - 8/27/2012
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I was lukewarm about Mitt Romney, until I saw his great record as a capitalist at Bain Capital helping great American entrepreneur's like Tom Stemberg launch great American success stories like Staples, a wonderfully successful nationwide business that now employs many many Americans... More
Answered By: Smart Guy - 8/28/2012
Additional Answers (13)
Ron Paul.
Answered By: Mikael Åkerfeldt Is God - 8/27/2012
Romney LOL!
Answered By: "The Sheep" - 8/27/2012
Not Romney; he lies too much.
Answered By: likeit1 - 8/27/2012
Ron Paul or Gary Johnson.
Answered By: Vidar (Campaign For Liberty) - 8/27/2012
$0bama's presidentcy has been a economic 9/11 for this country how could Romney be any worse
Answered By: Ozzy Botkins - 8/27/2012
ME. Neither of said candidates would help America. I am the fresh new face that America needs.
Answered By: Michael - 8/27/2012
One candidate has a failed record as president. The other has a successfully record as a businessman, governor, and olympic committee chairman. I know which one is getting my vote.
Answered By: Vengeful Buddha - 8/27/2012
Why do you have to ask? Just remember all of the amazing things Obama's done as president. He 1.) added $7 trillion to our debt in one term when Bush added $7 in twice the length of time, 2.) did little to nothing to protect Israel, 3.) took 100 days to legalize non-U.S. labor to clean the BP oil spill, 4.) gave half... More
Answered By: Tyler - 8/27/2012
Ronald Reagan John F. Kennedy Ike Turman
Answered By: Stop Obama 2012 - 8/27/2012
Obama. Slow recovery is far preferable to a rapid turn in the other direction with the same policies that cause the situation in the first place.
Answered By: Mitt Happens - 8/27/2012
How can you even Ask????? Obama Hates America, and is a Communist. It's Not uncharted waters with the LYING Obama. We KNOW Him, eh?
Answered By: Dinamuk Roberts - 8/27/2012
Honestly... More
Answered By: Uncle Pennybags - 8/27/2012
Answered By: Stacey - 8/27/2012
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