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  1. MarkUs says

    To the woman in the ad who “just wants chances and opportunities”:

    Honey Bunny, businesses have channeled loud and clear they’re not hiring, not budging, until the socialist is gone. Quit being so stupid.

  2. jakke says

    Most of us were pretty certain Romney lost all hope of winning with his comments about the killings at our embassy. Now? I can’t imagine that anyone honestly believes Romney can win after this.

  3. Derrick from Philly says

    “Markus: Really? “Honey Bunny?” What decade are you from?”

    His first time voting was for the last good Republican president we had: Eisenhower…in both elections.

  4. Mike in nyc says

    Mitt seems to reach a new low with each passing day.

    What are the odds that he won’t even be invited to the GOP 2016 Convention??

    He joins the ash heap next to failures Bush and Cheney.

  5. Mike in nyc says

    Mitt seems to reach a new low with each passing day.

    What are the odds that he won’t even be invited to the GOP 2016 Convention??

    He joins the ash heap next to failures Bush and Cheney.

  6. Opinionated says

    Sorry, but all these ads with that little melody at the end just play into the idea that we talk down to the Republican party. I am not sure what Independents will think of this but the Democratic party has long had the reputation for being condescending and again sorry but I feel like a lot of these videos are. People don’t necessarily like the “duh” factor, I mean look how George W. Bush managed to win debates not just against Gore and Kerry but the amazing Ann Richards too.

    What is that saying, Republicans don’t like Democrats because Republicans think Democrats think they’re stupid and well Democrats don’t like Republicans because…we think they’re stupid. Often that shows and costs us votes. IMHO

  7. kp05 says

    “Honey Bunny, businesses have channeled loud and clear they’re not hiring, not budging, until the socialist is gone. Quit being so stupid.”

    If President Obama is a “socialist,” Markus, he’s a very bad one.

    The markets have more than double since Dubya’s disaster. “Businesses” (aka the private sector) ARE doing just fine. Just because something that’s “hecho en Mexico” is a lower cost to a U.S. manufacturing firm doesn’t make our current leadership responsible for the mass corporate offshoring.

  8. i could go on, but I won't says

    Republicans are so detached from reality! Businesses hire when they have sales, when their customers have cash in their pockets. Thanks to Bush/Cheney about three trillion was taken out of middle class pockets so now the businesses who depended on those customers are doing poorly. And as long as Republican policies are pursued they will continue to do poorly. You want a thriving economy? Then put money into middle class pockets. THAT is what a consumer society is. That is what China is becoming while we move back towards feudalism.

  9. Tom White says

    ‘Honey Bunny’, if it weren’t for Obama, there *would* be no car business in the mid West – despite all the Republicans saying that bail out would be a disaster.

    Oh, and if you think Obama is a ‘socialist’ by any reasonable definition, you need to take a basic political science class. A really basic one.

  10. elaine31347 says

    Romney is just plain scary…He’s just not presidential material. It is really true that he just backs the big corporations and cares nothing about the middle class. It was the middle class that elected Obama and it will be the middle class who will re-elect Obama

  11. millerbeach says

    Marcus, the current phrase is closer to “Honey Boo Boo”, not “Honey Bunny”. Try to join us in the new century. As for Mittens, I had toast for breakfast that wasn’t as burnt as Mitten’s campaign. Even if he shut his mouth from now until the election, he cannot undo the library of YouTube clips of him blundering through his cushy life. So comically out-of-touch, it is almost painful Almost.

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