GOP March 6 2012

Posted: March 7, 2012 in Uncategorized
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Four Candidates still in the race for the GOP nomination. At this point, they are pretty entertaining but they are pretty boring as well. Its March and still all the GOP talk about is “beating Obama”. Isn’t there another premise for running for President of the United States of America? The economy has faltered but it is slowly improving, jobs are far and in between, and healthcare is a major pressing issue but all the GOP talk about is “beating Obama”. Newton Gingrich won his home state of Georgia, if you can’t win your home state, that speaks volumes. When Gingrich gave his victory speech in Georgia he didn’t discuss the people of Georgia, he did a lot of bashing of his opponents. What has been admirable about Ron Paul tonight is that he admitted this administration is not 100% to blame for all of the fallacies of America at this point. All the issues dealing with America right now can be attributed back to the Bush Administrations. This is something no other Republican has yet to admit. Contraception has been a major topic with the GOP in the past few weeks. All republican candidates opposes abortion and most forms of birth control. Ron Paul wants all forms of abortion abolished, with that being said what happens when the woman is raped by her father, brother, uncle, cousin and gets pregnant? Should she be forced to keep the child? This leaves all types of emotional trauma on the woman but some say what about the baby? Babies should be made out of love and rape is not love. Some women have reproductive issues and have a world of pain carrying a fetus that will eventually go into a child. Should they have to be on bed rest for 9 months and basically risk their life because some MAN says abortion should not exist? GOP candidates should leave women ovaries and reproductive issues alone. Santorum feels as birth control only encourages kids to have sex and for people to have sex outside of marriage. Truth is, people will do what they want. Once someone tries to restrict them of something they want to do, they will find ways to make it happen. Birth control helps regulate women’s cycles and help with menstrual pain but did and GOP candidate think of this? Apparently not. Most candidates are not speaking on how to bring jobs they only say they WILL bring jobs. Most are not talking about helping the poor and/or middle class. They say they will help but they never discuss how. At this point all GOP candidates are being selfish. They are only looking out for themselves, they really aren’t looking out for their voters. Most people in this country are poor or middle class meaning that the GOP candidates are still only looking out for a select few. I believe in the idea of working hard as this country was built on hard work but I also believe in helping people get to that point. We live in a country full of homelessness and veterans who come home to America and do not have jobs. We live in an America with failing public schools and the GOP wants to diminish the department of education. This can go on and on but it will not make a difference if America does not wake up and take a stand on it’s on.

  1. Mr. Bab says:

    I think the biggest fallacy when discussing abortion is that a man can not comment or make judgement on it. That is completely false. For one, it takes a man to have a baby. For two, the idea of “it’s my body, it’s my ovaries, leave me alone” is too simplified and pro-choicers know this. We refer to “fetus” as if it is not a human–a human worth protecting. Basically, the abortion topic is too simplified and neither side is willing to have a real debate.

    Also, Ron Paul only wants the states to deal with abortion and no public dollars to Planned Parenthood.

  2. totsymae1011 says:

    One would think campaigning for president had more to do with the people. They’re beating up on Obama and like crabs in a bucket, have turned on each other. None of them are talking about the 99% unless you count the disparaging comments of Newty and Ricky. Mittens can’t connect at all but eventually, all of them have people asking WTF.

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