duhreelkeypurr: I agree that the American public isn't as familiar with Romney as they are with Obama on the surface. However, the entire American public doesn't vote. We also have a incredibly low voter turnouts; I'd imagine many people that car enough to vote are acquainted with Romney.
You *** dismiss these big issues like foreign policy and national healthcare. These are very, very big issues and will affect our debt and security in a huge way. The fact that Romeny has flip-flopped on virtually issue should be a huge red flag. Not to mention that this guy as a college student demonstrated in favor of the draft during Vietnam then spent his time in France. He has no problem unilaterally attacking Iran.
Your biggest arguments for Romney are Bain Capital and the Olympics? It is not the President's job to create jobs and fix the economy. The Keynesian economics is an utterly failed approach. Both candidates are pathetic. They both support foreign wars, the war on drugs, the NDAA, ACTA, the Patriot Act, the Fed. I mean, c'mon!
And yes, I'm a Ron Paul supporter. Although I may vote for Gary Johnson this election if Paul doesn't get the nomination or if his delegates can't get enough on the party platform.
TrollSmasher: Newt is hardly a true conservative. He may support conservative ideals with respect to the economy, but has no problem expanding the American empire and military industrial complex while being a draft dodger. He also wants to expand the power and scope of the Patriot Act. What a nut case. And while I acknowledge that there is an element of racism why someone will not vote for Obama, there is also a "reverse racism" where black persons will vote for Obama just because he is black.
Secret Voice: "The thing about Obama is that he changes with the wind as long as it helps his politics." This statement is true about Mitt Romeny too.