Democrats Retaining The Senate Will Lead To A Palin Presidency!!

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    It's true. The democrats will now retain the senate and that means that the economy rest on their shoulders. It looks like Obama will not negotiate with the republicans and with Reid's fishy win after the power went out in Nevada and poll machines went offline, he will be just as partisan as Obama. All this means is that Palin will now have ammo against them and she will use that to her advantage in 2012 to take the office of the presidency away from Obama if he isn't kicked out of office due to republican investigations into his eligibility issue of being a non Natural Born Citizen. This is good news indeed for Palin and the nation as a whole. Her stellar record as governor and executive experience will be beneficial to her.
     
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    maybe in a world where parallel lines intersect......
     
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    Although unemployment hasn't started to fall, the economy is improving. If unemployment starts a downtrend in the next 18 months, as most economist predict, Obama will be a shoe in.

    Obama is always pictured by the opposition as a far left idealist. Nothing could be further from the truth. His entire approach to politics is pragmatic. Without control of Congress, he will steal a page out of the Republican play book, which means reducing the deficit and cuts in government spending. The big legislative push will be immigration and energy. Just as in the past, votes on these issues will cut across party lines.
     
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    Do you think she's any good at politics ? :eek: .. Whoever comes, should be beneficial to the United States.
     
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    What did I predict just last week. Once the GOP won I said CON$ would suddenly claim that the President will control spending even though they have been saying Bush was not responsible for spending since the Dems took over in Jan 2007.
    Unless, of course, the economy improves, then the CON$ will take FULL credit for it.
     
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    Are you reading the same thing I am? He said DEMOCRATS who also RETAINED THE SENATE. Are you being dense on purpose?
     
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    You really need to wake up now. Palin will not be President. Can't happen. The numbers don't add up. You need more than the TEA Parties to win the Presidency - and it only those people that like her.
     
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    And that is the CON$ervative mantra, as long as there is some Dem control somewhere, if anything goes wrong it's the Dem's fault. The GOP House has no say in Gov spending any more even though CON$ have been claiming the debt increased $5 trillion since Pelosi became speaker.

    But if the economy improves the credit will be due completely and solely to the GOP House controlling the spending.

    http://www.usmessageboard.com/congr...ncreased-5-trillion-under-speaker-pelosi.html
     
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    Palin will be POTUS over my dead body. Bring it on, USArmyRetired.......most all the GOP opposes her violently and no one has missed the message of the Slaughter Of All* Tea Party Candidates tonight.

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    *except for that shitstain, Rand Paul.
     
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    You may be right that she may not be president, but she has a very good chance of getting the GOP nomination. A much smaller number of people vote in primaries and there the Teabaggers might have the numbers to get her the nomination, especially if there is no opposition in the Dem primary and the Dems turn "Operation Chaos" back on the GOP.
     

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