Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Intrade: More Good news for Obama

The GOP primaries don't seems to be benefiting the GOP. Mittens, the front runner doesn't to seem offer much of a contrast to Obama as George Soros noted.  The other GOP candidates aren't electable.

Mittens has a big enthusiasm gap because he isn't a hard line conservative. His Mormon faith is also an issue.

Rightardia looked at Mittens records as governor of Massachusetts and we weren't impressed.

Romney vetoed 844 pieces of legislation and had 700 overridden. He even vetoed an increase in the minimum wage, While Romney was governor the state abolished a retroactive capital gains tax.

Romney also sought additional cuts in his last year as governor by vetoing nearly 250 items in the state budget, but all of them were overridden by the Democratic-dominated legislature.

Romney would be a grid lock president who would not work effectively with Democrats. He left office in MA with a 30 per cent approval rating. That is why he didn't turn for reelection. 


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