The Republican presidential hopefuls finally found common ground they could all agree on in their last presidential debate;
Cut whatever you want from the budget, but do not cut the defense budget. Really, should I be surprised. Give me a couple of minutes to act surprised………
Ok, I’m not surprised. Who benefits from having a military, and wars? Manufacturing companies, big business. Who benefits from fat campaign contributions from these corporations; Republicans!
Think; armored vehicles, trucks, tires, fuel, clothing, tents, food, private contractors who work for the military, ammo, and the list goes on.
Mitt Romney showed his feelings for the American public when he favored saving the $1 trillion in cuts over the next decade noting it was the same amount as costs for the nation’s new health care law.
Translated; screw you and your health issues, we need more guns.
Ron Paul was the only one with the knowledge and guts to stand up to Romney said that despite the talk of the candidates, lawmakers are considering only reductions in future military growth, not actual cuts.
I still haven’t heard one candidate come up with a plan to give us better health care, make new jobs, or how to cut the deficit, just be critical of what’s being done.
The American people are studying this election closer than any before; Republicans need to come up with a program Americans can buy into if they want the White House.
As it stands now it’s Obama by default in 2012.