Special Bonus Facebook Comments:
§ Susan Hart Hopkins: Really. And Obama is the alternative ? He is the most destructive president we have had. A socialist at best! I don't know what the answer is but it is definately not who we have in power now.
GATE: Although i disagree with nearly every word you said, my comment was about MATT Romney--or are you one of those imbeciles who thinks Obama's citizenship is fair game?
Susan Hart HopkinsNo I got it, Gate. I did not stoop to insulting you personally though . If you cannot post something and have people comment , you should grow thicker skin . This is America :)
GATE: Well dear, if you merely disagreed with the President's policies, then we would have a difference of opinion and I certainly would not question your intelligence, even though in America it is my right to do so. But, if you honestly think that there is an real issue involving Obama's immigration status, then you are an imbecile or a bigot, and this being America, I will say so, and if you don't like it you can delete me as a friend. I do not recall that it was I who made the request. Good day maam.
Though frankly, if you think what Obama's done (pursuing economic policies slightly more conservative than Richard Nixon) is "socialism" then you are in serious need of remdial education.
SPECIAL BONUS FACEBOOK COMMENTS:
§ Andrew Tulloch: I can't believe how many young people think he is charming. I have two friends, one a young Republican economist who worked with the Joint Economic Committee Republican staff thinks he is smart on the Fed issues, and my best friend who is a strong supporter of Israel who doesn't understand Paul hates the mid-east's only functioning democracy
GATE let's be fair Andy--he'd hate Israel even if it was a dictatorship
Americans Elect is a more curious case. It is the brainchild of moderate liberals in the grip of a fantasy that a third-party candidate, running on a slightly tweaked version of Barack Obama’s agenda, can somehow win." Third Party Candidates Line Up nymag.com
Not Iowa itself, which is a lovely place despite being the only state besides Mississippi to never have elected a woman as governor or a member of Congress. (See if you can get to work on that, Iowa.)
Feel Free to Ignore Iowa www.nytimes.com