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You illustrate what is wrong with this country - lack of critical thinking, The dishonesty Romney exhibited was truly breathtaking. He was the most extraoridinary flip flopper this country has ever produced. He contradicted himself on issues big and small on a daily base. Everytime he opened his mouth the governing principle was a transactional calculation of votes-gained-by-lying vs. votes-lost-by-the-lie-being-revealed. Position changes big and small were dictated by the same process. The empirical evidence is undeniable - this is not opinion.
The point is that mitt Romney and John McCain don't expand the base of the party. They're rich old white guys. Which is fine. But it's been a losing republican formula.
People like Rubio, Ryan, palin, etc are going to expand the base more because they appeal to some different groups. The GOP needs to figure out how to nominate someone like that on the topic the ticket (but not palin obviously)
Oh good, the repubs can continue openly rooting for the demise of America.
Wow...I really agree with this.
Both sides are going to have to come to the realization that each side has contributed significantly to the mess we are now in. Bush contributed the first 750 billion and Obama contributed to the second 750 billion. Bush's bailout was a massive failure and Obama's was almost as ineffective.
Time for every one to get over themselves to figure out a way to do what is best for the country. Stuff your f#cking egos in your pockets, roll up your sleeves and get to work. And I mean both Democrats AND Republicans.
A wise man once said:
"Let's us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future."
--John F. Kennedy
This post was edited by One Eyed Jack 17 months ago
If you can do a half-assed job of anything, you're a one-eyed man in a kingdom of the blind.
- Kurt Vonnegut
If Obama was a real man he would stop all blaming of the previous regime now. Take responsibility, period.
Did you see the above post where the guy was still blaming carter for Reagan's debt and what he inherited? You can't make this stuff up.
P.s Reagan blamed carter a lot too. This is not a new phenomenon
Ok what was better: Fox News, hannity, and rush today or MGoBoard in 2008?
So because you're concerned at the outset you might not have the votes, you don't even bother to propose, and fight for the "easy" solution? That's leadership for ya.
Obama does take responsibility for his actions. But there is no reason for him to take responsibility for dubya's. After all, dubya blamed everything on Clinton for the entire 8 years he was in the White House and never took any responsibility for anything he ever screwed up. Iraq for instance.
Keeping the sunshiners in check since 2000.
Palin is a mental midget.
Pot meet kettle.
It's like a drug to you liberals....you just can't turn it off.
As Colbert once said, "Reality has a well-known liberal bias."
Are you calling me a mental midget? Lol. Bee you crack me up.
Making excuses for another 4 years of a garbage economy?
The economy is a hell of a lot better than it ever was under your buttbuddy dubya.
Let the effing Bush tax cuts go, reduce the military spending and viola: Surplus.
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