My Response To 12 Year Old’s Letter To Romney

By | September 19, 2012

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2 thoughts on “My Response To 12 Year Old’s Letter To Romney


    You keep telling Jackson Ripley to vote for Obama. Gee Skippy, you do realize that Jackson Ripley is 12? And can’t vote. Beyond that, most of your letter is ridiculous dreck.

  2. Jon

    12-year-olds can’t vote. I refer you to any Civics textbook out there.
    I’ve lived in the United States my whole life, even the last four, and, no, the government does not control every aspect of my life.
    Anyone with a memory that goes back a few years knows that Obama’s policies have nothing to do with how many people are in poverty.
    While no one is happy with the gun walking adventure, I far prefer that to our let’s invade a country that had nothing to do with 9/11 in response to 9/11.
    Obama doesn’t bow to terrorists. He has Navy SEALs and drones kill them.
    By the way, not that I think there is any excuse for rioting and violence, but what did the dude who made the film expect? He essentially shouted fire in a theater where everyone has a machine gun. Free speech is great, and this guy did not use his responsibly. Did he burn down an embassy? No. Did he kill an ambassador and his staff? No. Should he feel fine about the method in which he chose to exercise his freedom of speech? Not if he has a conscience.
    I do agree with you on one thing. Romney is not the best choice. Considering it is a choice between two people, your narrowing it done helped out a bunch.

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