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Is Romney the next Kerry?

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After this election, Romney will be compared to...

John Kerry, poor politici... 57 67.06%
 
Ronald Reagan, took out a... 7 8.24%
 
Somebody else... 18 21.18%
 
Total:82

I'm referring to the factcheckers that are reported over here in the UK.
Where as a general rule we are unbiased towards American elections :P



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DarkThanatos said:
I'm referring to the factcheckers that are reported over here in the UK.
Where as a general rule we are unbiased towards American elections :P

I'm not so sure this time, not after Romney said we were not ready to host the olympics (just before the olympics) and yet we hosted one of the best olympics ever. That really pissed off our media and some of us. We are America's closest ally, and yet if Romney became president he would just write us off like that, on a regular basis. Our government don't criticise theirs, so a potential presidential candidate should not be saying stuff like that. 



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Romney makes it pretty easy to vote against him. He constantly shoots himself in the foot and his campaigning is pretty laughable. Obama may not be the best candidates but he sure as hell is a better one than Romney. If by chance Romney gets in, just wait and everyone will see how he'll drive the country further into the ground.
I definitely liken him to Kerry in terms of a lack of personality, charisma and overall incompetence.



the2real4mafol said:
DarkThanatos said:
I'm referring to the factcheckers that are reported over here in the UK.
Where as a general rule we are unbiased towards American elections :P

I'm not so sure this time, not after Romney said we were not ready to host the olympics (just before the olympics) and yet we hosted one of the best olympics ever. That really pissed off our media and some of us. We are America's closest ally, and yet if Romney became president he would just write us off like that, on a regular basis. Our government don't criticise theirs, so a potential presidential candidate should not be saying stuff like that. 


Even so, our news broadcasting (BBC) is up there with the least corrupt/biased out there. Even though Romney is unpopular in the UK because he is a complete tool- the news would still report the facts. 



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DarkThanatos said:
the2real4mafol said:
DarkThanatos said:
I'm referring to the factcheckers that are reported over here in the UK.
Where as a general rule we are unbiased towards American elections :P

I'm not so sure this time, not after Romney said we were not ready to host the olympics (just before the olympics) and yet we hosted one of the best olympics ever. That really pissed off our media and some of us. We are America's closest ally, and yet if Romney became president he would just write us off like that, on a regular basis. Our government don't criticise theirs, so a potential presidential candidate should not be saying stuff like that. 


Even so, our news broadcasting (BBC) is up there with the least corrupt/biased out there. Even though Romney is unpopular in the UK because he is a complete tool- the news would still report the facts. 

that's the only point I had but I agree BBC is certainly up there, if I lived in America, I would probably watch BBC news america rather than any of the local "news" channels. Even if it is against freedom of speech, I think news stations should be closed down if they spread lies like fox news (notoriously bad).



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ugh... lets go back to the old republican ways! Yes! Thats the way we go!

Americans and their short term attention spans....



Yay!!!

DarkThanatos said:
I'm referring to the factcheckers that are reported over here in the UK.
Where as a general rule we are unbiased towards American elections :P


No.... just, no.



SamuelRSmith said:
DarkThanatos said:
I'm referring to the factcheckers that are reported over here in the UK.
Where as a general rule we are unbiased towards American elections :P


No.... just, no.

Care to expand?



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DarkThanatos said:
the2real4mafol said:
DarkThanatos said:
I'm referring to the factcheckers that are reported over here in the UK.
Where as a general rule we are unbiased towards American elections :P

I'm not so sure this time, not after Romney said we were not ready to host the olympics (just before the olympics) and yet we hosted one of the best olympics ever. That really pissed off our media and some of us. We are America's closest ally, and yet if Romney became president he would just write us off like that, on a regular basis. Our government don't criticise theirs, so a potential presidential candidate should not be saying stuff like that. 


Even so, our news broadcasting (BBC) is up there with the least corrupt/biased out there. Even though Romney is unpopular in the UK because he is a complete tool- the news would still report the facts. 

Not really... and definitly not when talking about US politics.

The BBC is very pro-statist, anti-spending and willing to show heavy bias as soon as anything that effects them might pass.

As can be seen by their huge swing against the conservatives as soon as it became aparrent they were for trimming the BBC budget a little bit.



Romney is a bumbling idiot. There's no way he beats Obama.