Still voting for Romney despite Smith’s letter
October 24, 2012 01:02 AM | 753 views | 5 5 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
DEAR EDITOR:

Re: Dennis Smith letter on “Robber Baron Romney,” Tuesday’s MDJ

I would like to know where Smith gets his information from and if it has been resourced and checked for facts. My observation would be that Smith spends way too much time watching MSNBC and takes the word of our elite media as truth. It is pitiful that someone would not check their facts and rely only on the words of those who seem to have an agenda against the GOP. Smith needs to turn off the TV and go out for a walk. Oh, and by the way I’m still voting for the best person for the job, Mitt Romney!

Joanna Fisher

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anonymous
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October 26, 2012
SG68 -

"Which Obama..." Good call :)

Methinks it's the same Obama who just released his new 20 page glossy tripe "A Plan for Jobs." No less than Erin Burnett of CNN (not Fox News, folks; CNN!!!) has completely ripped it apart because the numbers don't "add up."

Harry Hagan
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October 24, 2012
Brava, Joanna! Mr. Smith appears to be part of the small but vociferous knot who hang out here. They seem to have very little else to do, which is understandable, given the recalcitrant unemployment numbers. That doesn't worry them though; there are still other people who are working, and whose dough

they're happy to expropriate for themselves and their improvident cohorts.

All that may change soon though, if the 53% finally prevail.
SG68
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October 24, 2012
@ Kevin Foley

Which Obama are you voting for?

The Socialist Obama or the Redistribution Obama ?

Oh I forgot!! They are the same incompetent, anti American person.
Kevin Foley
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October 24, 2012
Which Romney are you voting for? The Massachusetts Moderate or the Tea Party Patron?
Ole Man
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October 24, 2012
Kevin,

How has hope and change worked. If you would take time to check our national debt, you will see that it has increased over $5trillion under the current administration. You can not blame the republicans, those in the house passed a budget, but the democrats in the senate have refused to pass a budget in over 3 years.
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