Well I guess if the election were today, Obama may survive. Too bad it's next November.
We will be treated to a parade of Obama's best friends: Rev. Wright, Tony Rezko, Bill Ayers, and the rest.
Michelle's outlandish vacations paid for by us will be mentioned.
Photos of Obama bowing and kowtowing to foreign dictators, kings and emperors will be in campaign posters.
Gasoline will be up, food costs will be up, unemployment will be up, despair will be up and confidence will be down. The only thing besides costs for basics that will be up will be our 1. national debt 2. people on the dole.
I bet wealthy people give more in charity, in terms of percentages than the middle class and the poor.
Of course they do, they make a lot more money than they need to live.
If you made $2M a year, you could buy a Porsche, Eat out with $200 every day, pay a $10000/month mortgage, buy a half a million dollar Catamaran, each and every year and still have $1M left for everything else: Jetskis, Escorts, Cocaine, Charitable Donations, etc.
Whereas if you make $30k a year and give a couple of thousand to charity, that's a major sacrifice...
Thunder, it is all about percentage. Biden .01 percent. Obama 1%...Romney 15%.
Several people have tried to explain it to you. You refuse to address their arguments, you refuse to talk about the issues involved, and instead you go back to your trite childish cliche: "It's all about percentages."
Romney did NOT donate 15% to charity. Most of the money he gave to "charity" went ot the Mormon Church, which then used the moey to further their right wing causes. NEWSFLASH: That is not chairty. Charity is when money is used to help poor people, not to further political ideaology. Romney also donated money to the homophobic Massachusetts Family Institute. He also donated to the Hoover Institution, which is a right wing THINK TANK, not a charity.