Jon Corzine has an MBA.
Lets see what he did.
In NJ he gave the unions the biggest raises ever.
He also mandated that any worker doing work be paid the prevailing wage.
Which is always very high.
He ripped off billions at MF Global...
Let's look at Mit.
He has an MBA. He has really flip flopped on everything.
Lets look at Ron Paul... speaks from the heart. Won't get elected
because we like bull shit. We are more impressed with MBA's and bull shit.
I have one issue with Ron Paul, and that's defense. But he's really not
far from being really right about a lot of things.
I basically agree with a lot of what he says, but have always been more
than a bit leery of some of his most vehement supporters ... like the
KKK. There are enough fringe, knee jerk kooks on both sides already.
Then again, he is a politician ...
Yes he has attracted a lot of wierdos. Also some followers that use a
strong hand if you don't believe.
But overall, he is the only one speaking with real conviction on many of
our economic woes.
He has been very clear and on target on so many issues.
Will he get them all right? No... No one ever will.
But he's damn close to the real deal.
My vote for him will be a throw away vote. Since it won't mean much.
But I can't vote for the puppet show (downgrade from the dog and pony
On 4/11/2012 7:45 PM, Swingman wrote:
Oh, yeah? Well just _try_ to vote someone who isn't politician into
office. I dare ya. <snicker>
I may write in a Perot/Paul ticket this year. I can't stand Bammy or
Romkneed. Now to get the rest of you to join me...
Let no man imagine that he has no influence. Whoever he may be, and
wherever he may be placed, the man who thinks becomes a light and a power.
-- Henry George
While Paul's ideas are good, I am afraid that if he ran as the primary
candidate for the GOP he would loose. If he ran as a 3rd party
candidate, the only thing that would accomplish is the election of
obama, which no one in their right mind wants.
Romney's going to accoplish that himself, in concert with liberals who
choose not to watch Obama closely enough to know when they're being
Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling.
-- Margaret Lee Runbeck
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