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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Ruble Noon, Jun 26, 2012.
i agree in the sense that repubs need to be more vocal, but im afraid the establishment has told them to hush as to not scare away independents .
These anti-Republican clowns are priceless, giving bad advice as if they had any clue about winning.
As Napoleon said:"Never interfere with the enemy when he is in the process of destroying himself."
Obama is entering full melt-down mode, and the Losertarians wish the GOP would join him.
Well, there's one person who didn't even read the article.
I can see the game plan forming up. He promised everyone a puppy, and those mean Republicans stold it from you.
Class warfare 101.
I wouldn't call Boortz anti republican or a libertarian.
You might want to read the article before going off on a anti republican/libertarian tirade.
More than one, I'm thinking.
I'm thinking you are one of them.
Seems Boortz is against everything you and the OP believe in.
From the article:
Why is this happening? The quest for ideological purity would be one reason. Yes the Tea Parties certainly helped take control of the House away from the Democrats --- but now their intransigence is going to help hand the presidency back to Obama. Its time to form a coalition in the GOP --- Tea Parties and Republicans who might be defined as more moderate --- even RINOS. Times a-wasting
Then you thought wrong, Sherlock. It wasn't an anti-Republican article in the least, contrary to the opinions of the kook-aide drinkers who couldn't be bothered to click the link.
As much as I hate to agree with Boortz, I agree the Reps will absolutely flub a supreme court ruling against Obamacare. I really think they'd do better if they'd take a hard line against Obama, but they're too busy trying to win support from folks who'll never support them that they lose their base.
ETA: I doubt the SC will rule against Obamacare, btw.
The republicans are doing just fine.
Obama is self-destructing a little more each day.
Limbaugh disagrees with you.
His 4 day DNC Convention just got cut back to 3 days, because all those empty seats at the speedway would have looked silly.
So far 5 congressmen, 3 senators, and 1 governor have publicly announced that they will not be attending. It's over two months away.
The man Obama chose to be VP just got busted plaigerizing a Ronald Reagan line from 1980; (When your neighbor loses his job, it's a recession. When you lose your job, it's a depression. When Jimmy Carter loses his job, it's a recovery.)
Zero and Worf have finally stooped so low as to be begging for scraps from weddings.