Who should become next president of the U.S. and why?
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I don't get whats the difference between them. Both of them are arrogant and stupid millionaires. They don't want to change anything, because a one percent of the americans is interested in keeping the status-quo. This is the choice we have to make: Keeping the status quo or going backwards. My advice is: Don't vote!
I oppose. Who does not vote for Romney, destroys America. Thats what I learned the past 4 years during thousands of presidential speeches, each of them with negative effects on my portfolio. This boy wont do it no more. IM FED UP with the FEDeral Government. And I tell those Companies that push that black guy like facebook google and Microsoft, better watch your f*]\\g backdoor.
Calm down bro!
I dont get why Obama needs his own twitter-channel. He used to tweet on CNNLive, isnt he?!
If this were democracy, i would rather live in anarchy. Now it is like monarchy without a king. The people get cheated and have no one to blame it on. I know the election is over, but this guy in the office owes 4 Trillion Dollars of taxpayers money. Who shall pay these bills. The jobless? The struggling economy? Oh yeah sure! The rich people. They deserve it, right? They have to be punished for creating businesses and jobs and growth and wealth for millions of people. Oh man, this is bad. And the worst is, we voted for this kingdom of poverty. How many voted for the green candidate Stein?
500.000 Americans voted for Jill Stein. Sounds much but it is just 0.3 percent of the votes. The Liberals got 1 percent. That makes 98.7 percent voted for the Democrats or the Republicans. 30 percent of the u.s.-citizens did not vote at all.