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Why is Florida supporting Romney when he admits that he won't help them when a hurricane hits Florida?

Just look at how much he is helping the Northeast. Look at his supporters they hate the people who are suffering. These Neocon filth as despicable and if you cast your vote for them you will regret it. Romney is not even close to being a Conservative. So why waste your vote of a piece of crap like him.

Asked By: Foghorn - 10/31/2012
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I trust the Local government & Local people to be far more efficient with clearing up & pulling together in the midst of a natural disaster like Joplin missouri was. Why create red tape just to cut them in the midst of election... More
Answered By: Blanco Y egro: New package for a 4 year old agenda - 10/31/2012
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Because people are stupid. No better explanation.
Answered By: The Angry Atheist - 10/31/2012
 
Care to offer a quote of when he said that. I know the lib media is in full propaganda mode and you believe everything you hear, so you care to offer a source for your diatribe?
Answered By: I don't speak LIBBERISH - 10/31/2012
 
Florida is currently too close to call, and early voting is all OBAMA. Wed 11/7 will settle this rhetoric.
Answered By: TalktoJimmie - 10/31/2012
 
They realize that when you have a leftist president you get a leftists economy
Answered By: Liberal Fascist - 10/31/2012
 
Because people vote for their own Party no matter how bad they are.
Answered By: Lance - 10/31/2012
 
Well if people like you two guys live there i would assume it fall in the ocean before spending a cent of my tax dollars on it!
Answered By: Jack - 10/31/2012
 
IQ levels.
Answered By: Richard England - 10/31/2012
 
Because Americans are dumb. They still haven't realized that it democrats/republicans don't matter. They are all puppets of the same master. If you Americans can't even realize that then why would you expect Florida would be smart enough not to vote for him or Obama. They are both pathetic banksters puppets. The only... More
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Answered By: chaser - 10/31/2012
 
He actually didn't say that. But if you want to keep pushing that narrative, feel free. He definitely is more to the center than I would like---but, he does not hate this country, and he certainly wouldn't apologize to terrorists, invite them into the White House, give them important positions, and then arm radicals to... More
Answered By: Smooch The Pooch - 10/31/2012
 
Does it matter at all that you and your cohorts miss represents everything Romney says and then Lie to Make the Socialist and chief look like he actually did anything of substance in 4 years... I mean OTHER than cram socialized Medicine up our @$$e$ that is... More
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Answered By: thepewterguy - 10/31/2012
 
Grover Cleaveland(a Democrat) when a massive drought destroyed much of the farmland, he refused to allocate federal funds(some $10,000 in those times) to distribute seed grains believing that the people could do a better job at rebuilding. Guess what? He was right, the people raised more than 10x that amount and were... More
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Answered By: Zachary G - 10/31/2012
 
Romney floats. The other t**d in the bowl sinks to the bottom.
Answered By: Harvey Mushman Happy Halloween - 10/31/2012
 
Look at how low your IQ is right now.
Answered By: Your Daddy - 10/31/2012
 
Because they know that what you say is only left wing spin.
Answered By: GARF - 10/31/2012
 
You obviously haven't done your research. He wants to move power from FEMA to state, so states can run emergency management. If you had spent more than 10 minutes studying emergency management, you'd know it's best to resources that are local and know the area. He doesn't want to not provide aid. He wants to... More
Answered By: Meghan - 10/31/2012
 
Seniors in Florida are Republican and for small government until they find out that Romney will not give them free power chairs. Then they suddenly become Democrats.
Answered By: Janet - 10/31/2012
 
If they can elect George Bush into office, they will elect Romney too.
Answered By: black dog - 10/31/2012
 
I don't believe the people in Fla are for Romney other wise why would he be spending all that money to rig the election (1.3 million... More
Answered By: fisfall - 10/31/2012
 
@ I don't speak ! You also didn't watch any of the president debates as well ! Because if you had you would have heard what Romney , said about FEMA . But since you don't speak and , you failed to watch any of the president debates , your do not qualify to give your opinion . And as far as anyone wanting to still vote... More
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Answered By: Iceman - 10/31/2012
 
I can't understand the Florida vote at all . Ending Obamacare means a direct increase in medical costs immediately and privatizing medicare will be a financial nightmare . It's just there are a lot of old people who will vote Republican no matter how bad the candidate . Look at Bush . I would think that Florida... More
Answered By: magick - 10/31/2012
 
Romney is not in position to help the Northeast. He's not the President yet, he doesn't have that power. He rightfully suspended his campaign a few days. But what will help the northeast more is jobs and improving take home pay, something Obama failed miserably at.
Answered By: ace - 11/3/2012
 
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