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It will be very convincing to many who trust his judgement for two reasons. He knows business and he has had to distance himself from his life-long democrat beliefs to make such an endorsement. Both are huge in this election.
 

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Most endorsements don,t really matter that much but I think this one does.
Anyone who backed Obama in 2008 isn't shit to me. Just shows they are stupid and naive they are. Letting someone with so little experience, so little resume and so little investigated be president should be an automatic revocation of the persons voting rights. Whether he did a good job or not, it's not even a consideration for the point.

Someone who didn't support him in 08 and now supports Obama would have more respect in my book than somebody who supported him in 08 and now doesn't.
 

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It will be very convincing to many who trust his judgement for two reasons. He knows business and he has had to distance himself from his life-long democrat beliefs to make such an endorsement. Both are huge in this election.
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Anyone who backed Obama in 2008 isn't shit to me. Just shows they are stupid and naive they are. Letting someone with so little experience, so little resume and so little investigated be president should be an automatic revocation of the persons voting rights. Whether he did a good job or not, it's not even a consideration for the point.
Not to me. It shows they have enough intelligence to admit making a mistake and taking corrective action. To vote for him twice would be defined as "insanity".

Someone who didn't support him in 08 and now supports Obama would have more respect in my book than somebody who supported him in 08 and now doesn't.
Huh? :confused: I would have less respect for them since they apparently have NO common sense.
 

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Lee Iacocca said:
"Mitt Romney has successfully led both public and private sector turnarounds," Mr. Iacocca wrote. "He is a bright and successful man; he is a good man, a caring man, a man of integrity, family and faith. Importantly, he recognizes we are in a tough situation. With dozens of years of real-world experience in the public and private sectors, he knows what he's talking about."

Can we say, "Landslide"?

Drinks are on me! :buddies:
 

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Its a big man that can admit he's was wrong (Iacocca) and As he was and is HUGE and respected in the world of big business I personally believe an endorsment from him and folks like him is important and may sway some "undecideds" Re a landslide , one can only hope... but I'm cautiously optomistic it aint over till its over ...
 
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