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    Obama Showing Some Leadership

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com...day/?hpt=po_c2

    I think that is a classy thing. Farm the other side for their good ideas. Neither side has a market on that.

    I am not sure much will come of it. However I am fairly certain that the right won't give him any praise for it.

    Could some form of connection to the White House be in the works for Romney?
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    So did McCain and Obama actually work together on anything after their 2008 meeting?

    Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzSpazz View Post
    So did McCain and Obama actually work together on anything after their 2008 meeting?

    Just curious.
    Not really sure to be honest. I am just unwilling to attack a politician one of the extremely few times they do something I like.
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    If I was attacking it would have said "Just Attacking" instead of just curious.

    I was seriously wondering what we could expect.
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    Romney's a private citizen - he has no lower political office to fall back on and he's basically persona non-grata in the republican party now. I really don't see the point in meeting with him other than a bunch of ******** photo ops of them smiling and holding hands so they can show the world what good sports they are.

    Obama should invite political opponents to the WH - but Romney is way down on the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candrew View Post
    Romney's a private citizen - he has no lower political office to fall back on and he's basically persona non-grata in the republican party now. I really don't see the point in meeting with him other than a bunch of ******** photo ops of them smiling and holding hands so they can show the world what good sports they are.

    Obama should invite political opponents to the WH - but Romney is way down on the list.
    Apparently you and Pres. Obama disagree.

    Maybe he's going to be offered a cabinet position, Secretary of Healthcare?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzSpazz View Post
    Apparently you and Pres. Obama disagree.

    Maybe he's going to be offered a cabinet position, Secretary of Healthcare?
    I would guess either Treasury Secy or Chairman of the Fed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scat View Post
    I would guess either Treasury Secy or Chairman of the Fed.
    Nice, staying with current events.
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    Maybe there's still a way to prevent Obama from winning another 4 years!

    Letter which was actually printed in today's Deseret News:

    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/7...tt-Romney.html

    If Mitt Romney personally reaches out to unbound electors in blue states, I believe he could get 64 additional Electoral College votes and he would be the president-elect on Dec. 17.

    Each elector should seriously consider the outcome of the Benghazi hearings. They must weigh the morale of the men and women in uniform under a commander in chief who may not send additional support when they are under attack or even ask them to stand down when backup support is requested.

    The founders of the Constitution gave us the Electoral College because just like this year's election, they "doubted the capacity of the people to evaluate talented and capable leaders beyond the borders of their own states."

    We need a grassroots effort to educate each elector on the reasons Mitt Romney should be our next president. They must look beyond political party and vote as Americans.

    All concerned citizens can reach out and ask these electors to vote for Mitt Romney on Dec. 17. This is a call to action.

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    I'm getting a kick out of libs musing over what Obama fed Romney for lunch and reveling in imagining it being as big a slap in Romney's face as possible. You're so petty.
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