CNN's John Berman takes a look at how political candidates coin cutesy terms for their opponents.
John Edwards showed his true crools as a total hypocrite. He's in it to "take away power" from "big business". What a jerk. Has he looked at his breck-girl face in the mirror. He is capitalizing on taking away power from big business. Every dollar of settlement won, he gets at least one-third of it. He is a disgrace and has zero credibility and needs to bow out now before he humiliates himself anymore. Too bad Elizabeth wasn't there to shovel him out of the mess he dug himself into.
I do not like how partial Wolf Blitzer is when it comes to Romney and Ryan. I have watched this show since inception and I will not ever watch it again!!
I think it is time for some R & R.... pretending to be concerned for the weak as you circumvent balances of power, berating the rich as you line your own book-publishing pockets, increasing social services exclusively to benefit the voting base that will keep you in office. Baloney is all any of us will eating soon and DNC spin will tell us how glad we should be to have it. At least Romey is honest in his desire to see the rich build more wealth, knowing that will trickle on down... it did work for Reagan and America. The media is feeding the "me" generation more disillution. You really can't sit on your rear and still have more. Get a job (that you might not even like) and work hard if you want to be like our Greatest Elected Civil-servants...or you can sit home on substities and elect a mediocre self-servant. The choice is ours.
Romney hood fits Romney fits very well as copra raider his profession he fits him very well. No man is so richer, he willing not to produce his tax returns for the American people, if he wants to be president.
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