Other posts tagged: Mitt Romney
Young Voters: Thank Goodness It’s Almost Over
My feelings towards politics are considerably strained at the moment. Amongst my friends, the attitude can be summed up by the phrase, “Thank goodness this is nearly over.”
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In 2012, ‘Less-Opposed’ Just Doesn’t Cut It
Joe Belsterling: "I look around the world of politics and wonder how so much corruption, deceit, and self-indulgence exists. That is why I cannot and will not make the concession of supporting someone in whom I do not truly believe."
, Barack Obama, believe, Candidate, Democrat, Election 2012, Issues, Joe Belsterling, Mitt Romney, nextgen journal, Republican, student, Tom Coburn, vote, young voters,
Young Voters: The Right Change Is Romney
Nothing could dissuade me from sitting out on a vote that has the potential to decide the future of our country. I want to give Romney a chance because I believe that solid business principles and smart cuts in government spending will create jobs and put our economy back on track.
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Five Reasons Mitt Flunked With Women During Tuesday’s Debate
From the "binders full of women" remark to his fumbling of Lorraine's name, Mitt Romney's debate performance was nothing short of terrible when it came to addressing the needs and concerns of women across America.
, Binders, debate, Derrick Clifton, Election 2012, Hofstra, Issues, Lorraine, Mitt Romney, mom, Obama, pay, President, Rights, stereotype, University, Womens, Working,
The Case For A “True” Presidential Debate
The current style of debates does not encourage candidates to stray from the tried-and-true campaign rhetoric. Perhaps only by transitioning to academic style debates will the American people finally get the honesty and forthrightness they deserve from their presidential candidates.
, 2012 election, Academic, Barack Obama, Caleb Hendrich, debates, Dialogue, economy, Engagement, Forum, Hofstra University, Issues, Mitt Romney, October, opinion, Presidential Debates, Talking Point, town hall debates,
Why You Think Mitt Romney Won the Debate
Non-incumbent party candidates usually benefit from the first debate, presenting attractive (read: new) policies compared to the ones we are currently complaining about. Mitt Romney's win is not all that surprising.
, debate, Democrat, Election 2012, health care, Mitt Romney, Obama, obamacare, President Obama, presidential debate, Republican, Sam Colt, social policy,
The Environmental Footprint of American Imperialism and Mitt Romney’s Response
If we as a society start taking environmental stewardship seriously and downsize our military forces and make legitimate changes to our priorities, then we can avoid leaving behind a wounded planet marred in a legacy of violence and hate for our descendants.
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Chicago Teacher’s Strike Raises Challenges For Obama Campaign
This week’s strike by the Chicago Teacher’s Union (CTU) presented the Obama campaign with unique challenges, including courting labor support while still advocating school reform measures that teacher's unions oppose.
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