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Republicans, it's time to focus

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by countrygun, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. countrygun

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    We are all pretty happy with the choice of Paul Ryan but we should not get lost in that euphoria. That is what the Democratic machine wants. We must learn the lessons from the past and not let the libtards set or agenda and make us react to them. It is time to put them on the run.

    Remember the last election. The Dims made Palin, the VP candidate, the focus of the publicity and the attacks and marginalized McCain even more than he managed to himself. This made him appear almost insignificant in the campaign. This was done deliberately and put forth bu the liberal spin media. We cannot let that happen again.

    We must quit our wasted bickering with that branch of the Democratic Underground's "shadow warrior" program called the "Ron Paul" wing. The only ones left are the DU handlers that keep a handful of deluded losers fired up and causing us to waste energy on them.

    Notice what is happening here and remember it, remember it well. Nobody is daring to champion Obama at all, they have nothing to work with in that bag. All they can do is take cheap shots at the Republicans that is why they have made such good use of the Rongoloids for that purpose. Let us not be diffused by their tactics. Let us stick to putting forth the positive outline that Mitt Romney has put forth.

    The day he announced that Paul ryan was his choice for VP, Mitt Romney put forth five points that he feels are key to a prosperous and secure Country. These are important and many on the left are worried about them (this will be evident in their denials. remember, when they post on the internet they are under no obligation to be honest with conservative "infidels").


    1. Energy independent North America using all resources including renewables.


    The Obamans are very weak on this given that Obie is keeping us from using the resources we have right here in this Country in terms of oil and he is doubly weak because of the amount of the stimulus money, OUR TAX MONEY he wasted on failed "green" companies. It is as if he want's to keep us dependent on foreign fossil fuels.

    2. Education, give our children the skills to succeed.

    This is going to hit the liberal socialist hard in a number of ways. It is no secret that the American Education System is broken. It is a self perpetuating monster. Why, why does it require a college degree to make a living? Why, oh why, do colleges have to have remedial classes to bring students, who were supposedly "prepared for college, since everyone needs it" up to a college level?

    The roots of the problem are in the reenforced in efficiency nurtured by the NEA and carried forward by teachers unions and now championed by the conglomerate corporation called the SEIU. Union inefficiency has done to the education system what in did to Detroit's auto industry. The hard core socialist liberals will really scream about this ox getting gored Watch for claims of thousands of illiterates not able to find work, as opposed to thousands paying for college degrees and unable to find work.


    3. Make international trade fair to America.

    This is going to hit the global socialist wing of the liberal faction hard. Yes America has rights in the world. America deserves respect in global trade. It will probably also mean that we will have President who doesn't bow to anyone who will stand still long enough. We do not need to do business with the world on their terms exclusively. We do not need to continually "take one for the international team"


    4. Reduce government spending and balance the budget.

    It goes without saying that this should be a goal of every Adnministration. When, tell me when, have you heard Obama even mention the concept? Where is his plan for this? Can you really say that he even considers it worth mentioning? At the rate he has spent, it can't be on his mind very much. BTW Where is his plan for balancing the budget? he has had 3 1/2 years where is it?



    5. Support small business. Make it good to build a business again.


    Small business is what America grew on. Despite what the socialists tell you, every business in America started out as a small one somewhere. The best part about it, for those with any knowledge on the subject, is that it doesn't take Government to MAKE it happen it takes Government getting out of the way to LET it happen. The down side for socialists is that nobody gets a guarantee of succes in capitalism. It's a risk. But bearin mind, despite what the naysayers are chanting, right now there is capital available in the Country as soon as those holding feel safer than they do under Obama. This is money that is already out there that can be used to create taxpaying business and jobs WITHOUT the Government meddling and growing in the meddling process.

    This ladies and gentlemen, is what truly terrifies the socialists of the left. Independent business making people prosperous with big brothers help. It is Kryptonite to socialism and why they must try to throw every roadblock they can in the way.


    Republicans, we have a tough few months ahead, but we can win if we take the helm and hold to the course, and we can create a better future. sty the course and don't be distrcted by what the libtards put out there for the purpose of distraction.
     
  2. Ruble Noon

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    :rofl::rofl:

    :animlol:
     


  3. countrygun

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    High praise from you indeed. I'm flattered. Thank You
     
  4. Ruble Noon

    Ruble Noon "Cracker"

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    Glad to be of service. Trust me, I really enjoy your posts because they are just so damn delusional that they are laugh your ass off funny. :rofl:
     
  5. jakebrake

    jakebrake cracker

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    too close to philly
    how's that delegate count going?
     
  6. Ruble Noon

    Ruble Noon "Cracker"

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    Which one is that? I'm pretty sure Johnson has the Libertarian position locked down.
     
  7. jakebrake

    jakebrake cracker

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    too close to philly
    i would kinda hope.
     
  8. barbedwiresmile

    barbedwiresmile Unreconstructed

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    I was just listening to clips of Ryan going back and forth with the Bernank over the Fed's "dual mandate" of managing inflation (lol) and the employment rate. And I'm not sure if Ryan A) doesn't understand how a central bank operates (which is certainly possible for one of our political spokesmodels, despite their tenure), or B) is wickedly cynical in his pandering.

    Regarding the OP, I'm still waiting for an example of any spending that the GOP has actually cut. And I'm trying to reconcile the deficit hawk theme (focus group tested, tried and true) with votes for trillion dollar military adventurism, TARP, the rape of auto industry investors, Medicare D, and DHS expansionism. Not to mention that the deficit grows under Ryan's plan.
     
  9. Brucev

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    Never entered my mind to vote for anyone other than the Republican candidate. Only a fool would do otherwise.
     
  10. m51

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    Mittens desperation pick of Ryan, to deflect the media from his tax returns, will come back to haunt him. The only people happy of the Ryan pick are those that will vote republican no matter who he picked. In this seemingly tight race, he needed to pick a moderate to win over the undecided and he needs all the undecided he can get. If he were going for the win, not the one hard line republicans want, he would have picked Christie. Remember I said for the win, and isn't that what it's all about?
     
  11. countrygun

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    And as I predicted it's about RYAN to you. Not one mention of the Presidential candidate, you know, ROMNEY. You will notice he mentions ryan 3 times and no mention of Romney?

    Like I said folks, they are going to try to do what they did to McCain and Palin.


    You will also notice the Rongoloids and the so-called Libertarians showed up to flog their dead horses.

    I could have written the script for the responses so far, come to think of it, I did in my OP. Nothing like a little "proof of concept".

    I am rather pleased with myself, I teased the dogs and they came out barking.:supergrin:
     
  12. barbedwiresmile

    barbedwiresmile Unreconstructed

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    Long on ad hom and short on addressing the facts I have provided. That has been your trend over the several threads on Mr Ryan. I hope your boy Romney has better game than you. Doubtless you will be drawing on your extensive capital markets experience to intelligently discuss Ryan's budget proposal and his recent confusing voting record.

    As for your boy Mr Romney, the record of his policy positions is fairly clear: more spending, more pandering, more debt.

    It is impressive, however, the lengths republicans will go to in order to justify their support of an anti-2A, socialized medicine advocate for president.
     
  13. series1811

    series1811 Enforcerator. CLM

    Yeah, but you're a liberal Democrat. You wouldn't vote Republican no matter who they picked. So what's your point?
     
  14. countrygun

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    I don't find his voting record confusing sotrry you do.

    Then again, my thread here is aimed at Republicans and since you are part of the group that intends to keep Obama in the White House, you really aren't showing me that Obama has any great plan, and I , for one, don't like the direction he is heading the Country. I don't like Biden's recent racist remarks and I want him out too.

    It is just that simple the only way to get Obama out is Romney.
     
  15. Regardless of what one thinks about Ryan, there can be no doubting that he has improved Romney as a campaigner in just 72 hours. The juxtaposition of Obama in Iowa touting windmills vs. Romney in front of a gang of union Ohio coal miners was priceless. Pro-coal will win over key segments of Ohio, PA, W. VA, Virginia, and Kentucky.

    Then there was Ryan's interview where R/R take their first steps toward turning the tables on the Medicare debate. Obamacare raids $700B away from Medicare. He is the one destroying it to pay for the uninsured who have paid nothing into it. This is a winning message, just repeat loud and often. When was the last time a GOP campaign co-oped the Medicare issue to it's advantage? In the meantime, in Danville, Virginia, the crazy uncle in the attic (they actually called the sitting VP that tonight on the news, folks) was going on about how his audience was going to help him carry North Carolina??? And insulting his mostly black audience with a reference to Republicans putting them back in chains in his fake southern accent. Embarrassing, absolutely embarrassing. Even Obama has to kicking himself for not making a change in running mates now.

    Like it or not (and I have to admit to enjoying it immensely) the Republican ticket has seized the momentum, completely reversed the discourse from anti-Romney to pro-Republican agenda and the Dems have nothing left to fight back with. No exciting VP announcement. Only a lame three day convention that will only trot out the same old tired smear jobs. Oh and when was the last time a white Democratic nominee for president got his convention cut from four days to three? I smell a little racism there.

    Just watch the polls start to swing.
     
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  16. barbedwiresmile

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    So, like Ryan, you support TARP?

    Mind you a big recipient, JP Morgan, recently lost a few billion at their prop desk. And Goldman continues to front-run retail client's positions in antithesis of their public advice. Tax payer backstop of private losses leads to interesting behavior indeed. So please consider your answer.
     
  17. Ruble Noon

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    I'm sure that you agree with Ryan's voting record as well as Romney's governing record, being the neocon that you are.

    Sorry, I forgot that you don't like being called a neocon or statist. How about faux conservative?
     
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  18. barbedwiresmile

    barbedwiresmile Unreconstructed

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    Beforeobamabans, what happened to you. You clearly see this charade for what it is based on your posting history. Have you succumbed to fatigue and given up? It's understandable. But hold fast, my friend. Do not grant legitimacy to the kleptocracy.
     
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  19. m51

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    I am more a centrist, but I was looking in the rules of this forum and nowhere did I see that I can't express an opinion other than your close minded one. Did you see a rule here that I didn't? Grow up, you are the exact reason we will have 4 more years of Obama, close minded thinking. Get the blinders off, it will help.
     
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  20. barbedwiresmile

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    And that's exactly why the GOP does nothing to earn your vote. They don't need to. You don't even factor into their thinking.
     
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