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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    Maybe the dems in some of those troubled districts should take up a collection and pay W's travel and speaker's fees?
    No, they should stay with what's working, you know, touting Obama's exemplary record and all.

    I think that will get them what they got comin' just fine.

    Don't you??


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    Quote Originally Posted by subroc View Post
    I expect he doesn't need to stump. The republican party will take control of the house without him. It is likely the republicans will end up with 49/50/51 seats in the senate. All these gains and former President George W. Bush wasn't needed on the stump.

    All the action on the left with former president stumping and all that is happening is the democrats are loosing seats.

    Maybe it isn't the stump? I expect the democrats will lose all those seats because their ideas are radical ansd do not represent what the people of the United States want.
    Who's Radical? Have you seen the line up of loonies the GOP is running around the country? Lets see. We've got a witch, a Nazi, several criminals, people who want to end Social Security, end Public Education, end Public Police and Fire, end taxes. They want to stop production and research of green energy and just drill baby drill.
    Personally I'd love an alternative to the lying incompetent dems, but come on, who in their right mind could support what the GOP is offering up here? Over the Last 4 years the country dumped the GOP like a sizzling potato because their policies wrecked the country. Now they offer us the same tired old ideas on steroids... Amazing.
    Despite the continued hype from the Corporate Press, I don't think the Repub's will do near as well as they could have if they'd have come up with decent candidates. The truth is, neither of these disgusting political machines offer any support or hope for the average middle class US citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose View Post

    We live in Cuba now.
    Care to explain? Cuba? Examples please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by depittydawg View Post
    Who's Radical?
    obama, pelosi, and reed
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    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subroc View Post
    obama, pelosi, and reed
    That went right over his head.
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    By 47 to 45 percent, Americans say Obama is a better president than George W. Bush. But that two point margin is down from a 23 point advantage one year ago.

    "Democrats may want to think twice about bringing up former President George W. Bush's name while campaigning this year," says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland.
    interesting coming from CNN

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    Quote Originally Posted by depittydawg View Post
    Who's Radical? Have you seen the line up of loonies the GOP is running around the country? Lets see. We've got a witch, a Nazi, several criminals, people who want to end Social Security, end Public Education, end Public Police and Fire, end taxes. They want to stop production and research of green energy and just drill baby drill.
    Personally I'd love an alternative to the lying incompetent dems, but come on, who in their right mind could support what the GOP is offering up here? Over the Last 4 years the country dumped the GOP like a sizzling potato because their policies wrecked the country. Now they offer us the same tired old ideas on steroids... Amazing.
    Despite the continued hype from the Corporate Press, I don't think the Repub's will do near as well as they could have if they'd have come up with decent candidates. The truth is, neither of these disgusting political machines offer any support or hope for the average middle class US citizen.
    Been watching MSNBC a little too much???

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    Quote Originally Posted by M&K's Retrievers View Post
    That went right over his head.
    Time for you to articulate just how the idea's of the current round of Republican misfit candidates differs from the same old ideas that have failed time and again over the last 25 years. I'm waiting. Your time for one liners is over my fine feather-brained lackey.

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    I think it is the nature of most politicians to come down on whichever side they feel is most likely to get them elected or re-elected. You now see Democrats that once supported Obama and his agenda avoiding him because they think his waning popularity will hurt their re-election chances. You saw the same thing with Republicans avoiding Bush prior to the last election. He wasn’t even at the Republican Natl. Convention. He supplied a brief video that was played at the beginning, and you never saw him or heard his name mentioned during the remainder of the convention. It just goes to show that most politicians really don’t stand for anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterDogRem View Post
    Been watching MSNBC a little too much???
    MSNBC? No, don't subscribe to the cable. Waste of time and money.

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