Which Presidential candidate is better for the economy if elected?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by chaosclarity, Sep 30, 2011.

Who is better for the economy?

  1. Herman Cain

    15 vote(s)
    30.6%
  2. Mitt Romney

    8 vote(s)
    16.3%
  3. Rick Perry

    10 vote(s)
    20.4%
  4. Barrack Obama

    16 vote(s)
    32.7%
  1. Vote in the poll goddamit!
     
  2. Ron Paul.

    0% income tax.
    0% corporate tax.
    Hard currency.
    No wars.
    Balanced budget.
    Gut Federal Workforce.
    Gut Federal Regulations.
     
  3. Would you hire a house painter who has theories on house painting, but no actual experience painting a house? Ron Paul has no business experience. Sure, he was a doctor and has a good education...sure he is a Congressman...but the thing is he has no management or executive experience. We dont need another Obama-like character who only has theories, but no actual experience. Maybe Ron Paul should try to govern a state first before governing the United States.
     
  4. Ya, George Junior really knocked it outta the park. A gigantic real-estate and housing crash, a decade-long intractable war based on lies, and doubled the national debt....

    The last thing the country needs is a micro-manager President who thinks Washington is the answer to our economic problems. That logic is totally backward. The size and scope of the Federal Government IS THE PROBLEM . We need a surgeon who will excise the tumor. Bring on the Doctor.
     
  5. What we NEED...

    1. Someone who will "put America first" and address our ills

    2. Management Experience? Executive Experience? How about STOP THE DEFICITS AND GET THE GOVERNMENT THE HELL OUT OF THE WAY SO CAPITALISM CAN CREATE JOBS. That will do for starters.

    Sounds like Ron Paul to me... or Dick Armey.

    (Both Bush and Odumbo put their own agendas first... and both have done GREAT HARM to America... both deserve to BURN IN HELL!)
     
  6. jprad

    jprad

    E) None of the above.

    Any candidate who is a member of either national party cannot govern effectively. Their hands are tied by those who funded their campaign.
     
  7. zdreg

    zdreg

    I am glad you recognize bush's contribution to the current mess. when ask why he allowed paulson to go ahead with bailouts bush said he gave up his free market principles to save the system.
    obama took the ball and ran with it.
    God help America to wake up.
     
  8. Tsing Tao

    Tsing Tao

    Neither does Obama, but you've got him in the poll sure enough.
     
  9. TGregg

    TGregg

    We need much more than just a new gang of crooks in the Whitehouse.
     
  10. Roark

    Roark

    So your're the idiot that voted for Obama?
     
    #10     Sep 30, 2011