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So If Mitt Romney Does Not Own A Gun And Is Not Comfortable Handling A Gun How Can We Trust Him To Safely Handle Our Nuk's

Just say'n...

We don't need any accidents in the Whitehouse.

The things are loaded.

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He'll just order someone else to do it...

like the US military...

ONE CANNOT trust Mitt...

...for the reason that he carries with him too much religious baggage which has taken away his Liberty. In other words,

"Whatever God does, is well done; do not pretend to know more than He; and as He has given organs to this frail creature, allow those organs to develop themselves, to strengthen themselves by exercise, use, experience, and liberty."

The Law...Frederic Bastiat

fearless brave joyful peaceful loving grateful, compassionate

Going After Mitt

Instead of going after Mitt this way, which I hope was just comedic in nature (correlating not owning a gun to being unable to control nukes), we need to nail him for the measly $20 Billion annual dollar budget cut he is proposing on his website. $20B really? This is 2% of what RP is proposing in his first year! Let's start there and find some true & valid points. There should be no doubt (and according to polls) that out of control spending is a top 3 issue. Another one is "jobs". How can we hit Mitt hard on "jobs"?

I'm concerned about the wars....

and yes, economics as well - however, they are very closely tied together...
Pretty Boy Romney being uncomfortable with guns certainly points out his lack of military experience (unlike Ron Paul). Isn't it odd that the only one with military experience is the one who is the peace candidate? I (as will others) think it stinks to order young men to die, when you yourself are "uncomfortable with guns"...
Quite a "anti-gun" hypocrite (Romney, not you...lol)