Perhaps you're delusional.
"No I'm not, you are!"
We could do this merry-go-round all day, but the point is name calling doesn't demonstrate anything except you can act like a child.
I find it ironic that we can have people who claim they won't vote for Romney because he's not going to focus on the 47% of people who receive from the government and won't likely vote for him, take that to mean that somehow he doesn't care about them, but yet will turn around and vote FOR a leader who will ignore our overseas personnel's pleas for help from their commander in chief who then turns around and obfuscates the truth of what happened for political purposes.
I'd love to tell you I care about what happens with the troops overseas, but I'll be honest instead and tell you I don't care at all about it, so it's a moot point as far as I'm concerned. I also won't waste time arguing with you if you try to tell me why I should care, because nothing you say will convince me to care, so please save us both time and don't try to argue that with me.
what is baffling to me is how every single poll shows that the biggest issue is the economy and people still voted for Obama.
That shouldn't be baffling at all. Obama was elected because people believed he was better for the economy than his Republican rival (John McCain) and he was re-elected partly because they still think he's better than his Republican rival (Mitt Romney).
I don't believe anything Romney CLAIMED he would do would actually create jobs. He has a five point plan he never explained. Maybe if he had, he might have won the election.
I think most young Americans think (to some degree) guys like Romney ruined the economy in the first place,
DING, DING, DING, we have a winner (and it's not ole Mittens, thankfully).