Why Did Obama Invite Romney to Lunch?

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by Sharon Rondeau

What was the topic of conversation on Thursday between Obama and Mitt Romney?

(Nov. 30, 2012) — As was widely publicized on Wednesday and Thursday, former presidential candidate Mitt Romney met with Barack Obama today for lunch at the White House.

Romney reportedly arrived alone at 12:29 p.m. EST and entered the West Wing of the White House.  Mainstream media reports stated that the two discussed “America’s leadership in the world and the importance of maintaining that leadership position in the future.”

But is Obama really concerned about America’s role in the world?  Did he discuss it during the campaign?

The appointment reportedly lasted 70 minutes.  Prior to meeting with Obama, Romney spoke in person with his former running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.

How does the media know that today was “a day of closure” for Romney?  Have they interviewed him, or are they editorializing?

The media continues to attempt to present Obama in a conciliatory and positive light as negotiations over the looming “fiscal cliff” on December 31 have not progressed between Democrats and Republicans.  Obama wishes to raise taxes on wealthy Americans, while Republicans want to see budget cuts.  Financial analysts have predicted another recession if a “deal” is not reached to limit tax increases to the wealthiest taxpayers and forestall or prevent large numbers of layoffs due to sequestration.  Almost all workers will take home less pay because of tax increases if new legislation is not passed.

Obama plans to vacation in Hawaii from December 17 to January 2, 2013, at a cost of $4,000,000 to U.S. taxpayers.

Numerous reports of election fraud in the November 6, 2012 have been made to election boards, state legislators, and members of the U.S. Congress.  There are now 30 Republican governors, and opposition to Obama’s health care bill is reportedly shared by more than half of the electorate.  The Obama regime is still dealing with fallout from the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, the cause of which Obama, Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice misrepresented to the public for several weeks until the intelligence community confirmed that a terrorist attack, not a low-budget video, was the cause.

The Obama regime has refused to enforce the Defense of Marriage Act and federal immigration law, and it is believed that Obama will pass an amnesty bill if he remains in the White House.

Was Obama trying to use Romney’s economic ideas to avoid the impending fiscal cliff ramifications?

This fall, Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee held hearings and prepared a report which cited Obama for abuse of power “to an unprecedented extent.”  Obama’s Department of Justice has filed lawsuits against states which have passed voter identification requirement laws, claiming that such laws disenfranchise low-income and minority voters.  However, despite a law passed by the regime in 2009, military voters had more difficulty obtaining access to casting their ballots in 2012, and many of those ballots were reportedly not counted.

Did the Republican Party have a “disappointing” outcome earlier this month because voters wanted to retain Obama or because of election theft?  Was America in the mood to continue to pay for lavish vacations for the Obamas or to put people back to work, as Romney had promised to do?

In 2010, members of the Tea Party won election to the House of Representatives after voters were angered at the level of spending in Washington.  Why did some of these congressmen serve only one term?

Did someone program the voting machines to “flip” the votes for Obama and the Democrats? Both Romney and Rep. Allen West had been predicted to win in Florida, but after several days of recounting in some areas, Florida was declared for Obama and West conceded his seat to newcomer Patrick Murphy.

Obama’s likeness painted on a wall at a Philadelphia school was ordered to be covered during voting.  But why was that location chosen to be a polling station?

Why were some Republicans ahead in pre-election polling but behind after the ballots were cast?  How was it that Obama reportedly won all the swing states except one?  Did young people, minorities and women comprise enough of a margin to propel Obama to victory?

Some claim that Republicans have conspired to stop minorities from voting.

Should it be Mitt Romney preparing for four years in the White House rather than Obama?

Have American voters been cheated and deceived by criminal operatives willing to win “by any means necessary?”

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