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What should the GOP do after a Romney loss?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by KalashniKEV, Oct 3, 2012.

  1. Glockworks

    Glockworks Ready/Aim/Fire Silver Member

    They will not lose this election unless we as a nation are as dumb as the Democrats think. To further answer your opinionated question and supposition on your part is a waste of time to a degree I have already exceeded my daily allotment on.
     
  2. KalashniKEV

    KalashniKEV

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    THAT'S what I'm talking about!!!1!

    I, too, am intoxicated and watching the LSU game, so I will make an analogy:

    Imagine that you had to fight... I don't know... someone way over-hyped who never delivered... but with a large fan base of complete and total idiots... say, KIMBO SLICE. :supergrin:

    They would be like, "Kev, in one month you have to step into the octagon with Kimbo Slice for $1M!" and I'd be like... yeah, he doesn't really have a lot of "technique," but I must respect his Style. There are several strategies to defeat his style... this one best matches up with my own capabilities... so blah blah blah...

    NOW... imagine that the Friday night before the fight, Kimbo gets drunk and crashes his car. He has a cracked skull, brain hemorrhaging, one good eye, two broken arms, one broken leg, and they shaved his beard to wire his jaw shut. BUT HE STILL HAS TO FIGHT...

    Oh... and he's still hung over...

    Mittens is the challenger that could lose that fight.
     

  3. frank4570

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    OMG :lol

     
  4. I am with you, The President will lose, he is a true idiot and showed that the other night.

    The OP has been a LOSER since day one. Do not even participate in this ridiculous thread.
     
  5. tantrix

    tantrix J'aimeLouisiane

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    You have entirely too much faith in Romney to sound logical.
     
  6. frank4570

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    :rofl:
     
  7. Pretty sure Dana was being sarcastic...:whistling:
     
  8. MRex21

    MRex21 Can I help you?

    After returning to GlockTalk after a few years hiatus...really...I don't even need to read the rest of this thread. You had me at this. :supergrin:

    :beer::beer::yourock:
     
  9. Same thing that everyone else should be doing, Stock up on ammo, food and water.
     
  10. MtnBiker

    MtnBiker NRA Member Millennium Member

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    I think Hillary has positioned herself pretty well to be a stronger candidate than Biden.
     
  11. :rofl:That is a good way to say it.
     
  12. CMGAdmin

    CMGAdmin Admin

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    Two words:

    Chris Christy
     
  13. kirgi08

    kirgi08 Watcher. Silver Member

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    Acme proving grounds.
    As a cabinet seat,heck ya.'08.
     
  14. webb3201

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    The every 80ish year depression cycle will hit during the next four years and run for about a decade. QE1-3 have not restarted the economy, but have held off the cycle just a bit. If Obama wins again, he will be sitting in power during the collapse. That will kill a Democratic chance at the office for about 2 more elections. I still think both parties want to lose this election to keep from being in charge.
     
  15. series1811

    series1811 Enforcerator. CLM

    I don't think Obama believes you. :supergrin:
     
  16. wjv

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    PEW: Romney 49% Obummer 45%
     
  17. Kahala

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    Rino? Does that mean Chris Christie?

    Assuming he can make it to 2016
     
    Last edited: Oct 9, 2012
  18. IvanVic

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    And this is basically the problem with our party. The tea party couldn't even win majority support within the republican party itself, otherwise Romney would never have won the nomination. If the right continues to harp on social issues, as the tea party constituency does, they'll harp their way to irrelevancy.


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  19. kodiakpb

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    and the Dems are strong???

    Take off that tab Ranger