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Looks like Mitt Romney lost because of his attitude towards immigration

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Dearest Marty, my one and only prince. Wish I would be with you today and always.

Mitt Romney would have won, if he would have had more of a welcoming immigration attitude. Mitt Romney is not  Gov. Janice Kay “Jan” Brewer, but a welcoming immigration attitude that clearly would differ from her non-American attitude towards immigrants could have helped Mitt Romney. GOP has to solve the immigration problem. How often was  the issue presented to Congress and never solved? Being anti-immigrants cause the loss of the presidency for GOP this election. 

What is the problem with immigrants anyway? Anyone except the Native Americans are immigrants, and even they might be immigrants too who once came from Asia. Not enough jobs? As more high-tech is around, as more blue color  jobs might disappear anyway. Robots can replace and will replace people. And this is fine. Why should any person scrub floors when a robot can do it? We needs a new system because the old one is really bad and will not make it in the future anyway.  

The news today:

According to exit polls, President Barack Obama won the Hispanic vote by a whopping margin of 71 percent to 27 percent. That’s larger than Obama’s margin against McCain in 2008. Having doubled their share of the total vote since 1996, Hispanics constituted 10 percent of the electorate in 2012. In the next presidential race in 2016, more than three million additional Hispanic citizens will be eligible to vote.

You see, Marty, my attitude is: let them come all. If they want to be here, let them. Just make sure that nobody takes more than he/she gives. This also applies to anyone who is not an immigrant. Can it be worked out? Sure it can. You can. I can, we can work this out. Usually, a country should be as rich and successful as the amount of people it has. We just needs a much better system, and most importantly, we need environments in which people can avoid getting sick, which is doable. We also have to watch out that the USA is not tricked into wars. If all those costs for health care and the defense industry are dropping, taxes can drastically drop as well, and the USA will be still leading and financially and otherwise in great shape.

You could solve the entire mess. I can picture you as great President, Marty, I really can. You were born for the US-Presidency.  I really mean it.   2016 The Real Marty for President! 

Love you forever and many passionate kisses.

Yours forever,



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  1. How can Scientologists including Miscavige and Rathbun vote for a Democrat? Modern liberalism represents everything LRH associated with PTSness. Mitt Romney was exactly right when referring to the 47%. I can understand why the PTS people out there embrace Victimology, but why must Scientologists do it? (Guilt and crimes, of course, but why can’t anyone else see it? Mutual out-ruds amongst all Scientologists?)

    Scientology used to be the solution. Now it seems to be part of the problem…

    Jonathon Barbera

    November 8, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    • Don’t know who David Miscavige voted for, Jonathon, but Mosey’s husband likely voted for Obama.

      However, I agree with you that Ron wouldn’t vote liberal. You got that right.

      It looks like anything is being altered, not just Scientology has changed from when the real Ron was around. GOP changed too. It wasn’t any democratic party who ended slavery, it was the GOP as you likely will know.

      What great goals they had, and what great persons Presidents George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Ike Eisenhower were. Freeing the world of slavery and Nazis…

      But not all are good or great in the GOP either. President Bush didn’t impress me in the least and Nixon was a crook…

      It all boils down to individual ethics. In the political parties or in Scientology or any other religion or organisation.

      True, Scientology used to be the solution. If my postulates work, it will be the solution again.

      Ron declared Scientology non-political, which it is. If Ron would have been asked to run for President, he wouldn’t have done it in the Democratic Party, that’s for sure. But I don’t think that Ron would have supported the tobacco or the weapons industry either or would have created some kind of German USA that finds not other solution for immigrants than what some in the GOP came up with lately.

      Barbara Schwarz

      November 8, 2012 at 5:12 pm

  2. There is not much the Democrats and the Republicans agree on, except:

    1. Tax simplification
    2. Regulatory simplification
    3. Fannie and Freddie
    4. Avoiding the fiscal cliff
    5. Son of Debt Ceiling
    6. Drill, baby, drill
    7. Start-ups
    8. Iran sanctions

    Just another blogger

    November 9, 2012 at 4:18 am

  3. Mitt Romney lost the election and finally GOP pushes immigration reform. They should have done that already before the presidential election.


    November 19, 2012 at 3:45 am

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