Fascinating Death Throes Of The National GOP

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    At GOP, after Bush-Cheney-Et. Al, Senator Arlen Specter was the first to go, who finally went. Then in former Rep. Murtha's district--who will never be late again--the unions, Nancy Pelosi, and Obama were not able to propel the Republican to even a credible performance. The Democrat merely had to announce an agenda change, and then it was between the record of GOP, versus the Democratic Party record.

    So the Conservative fundraisers even have a hard time spinning it off in the Washington Post:

    Right Now - Tim Burns: The day after

    The Rand Paul Republican primary victory is easily read as "Starting To Take America Back," but apparently they mean from the Republican Party.

    Obama is becoming an icon of deficit spending, and not just on the favored GOP defense contractors. Obama-Biden even included the State and Local, Teacher and Public bureaucracies, and the federal contractors that the GOP tends to miss. The Cross-Over Ivy League called that a "private sector" stimulus, as they see it!

    Mainly, the Tea Party campaigned against TARP(?)! That was GOP! Apparently, that is how Murtha's former district saw it too!

    The Ivy League Cross-Over, Democrats of Change, are so far anti-poor minorities, anti-poor majority, spill-baby-spill, pro-war and for the end of even liberal Democratic, Keynesian-based economic policy.

    So what the GOP Tea Party comes with instead is a policy based in laws requiring referencing a 1787 agenda, eliminating all further federal spending in Kentucky, eliminating federal energy and fuel subsidies, probably because California has cars(?), and for a more covert kind of gun ownership based on Amendment Four, Plus Two! A border-town Mexican gang cartel can probably understand the Tea Party movement!

    Barack Obama, and Joe Biden, finally picked a pricey, Ivy League Professor, apparently rich and not even owing the local butcher a dime: Who is not likely to go about Deity-Damning the USA, or anyone else--who isn't Arab. Here is just another one, likely finding that "Equality Under Law," means that the rich are entitled to their largesse, and the poor are entitled to their sub-standard gruel-level pittance. That is the law in "equal" America(?)!

    Those are "rights," according to some people. They have actually been shown to not work very well in practice. Hence, we have an Obama Administration, spending record.

    GOP has yet to so-state, and as for the Liberals. . . .Even George Cohan would hold his. . .well: At the course of the "change" being made in the new Democratic Administration.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Great Half-Wit father in Washington: Send Fair-Maiden into garden, maybe do Squaw-Talk, like First Family Understands the concept(?)!)
     
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    Your writing style: you say 'slick'...I say schizophrenic...
     
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    Some say "Havana," Some say, "Banana!"

    There is a message, there: Frought with deeper, perilous, meaning?!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Her Majesty does get to keep all the money that she wants to, just like they do in the more recognizable(?) parts of The Colonies! Deity-Damning the concept of "Equal Treatment Under Law" is beneath Her Majesty's government, even historically!)
     
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    The GOP is positioning itself to be a secondary party with the Tea Party pulling its strings and preventing it from appealing to a wide base.
    Right now they are boxing themselves in as the party of old white men....A formerly Grand...now just old Party
    They have driven away the young, educated, hispanics, blacks and urban voters...all in the search of "pure" Republicans
     
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    lol! I love warped Socialist/Progressive fantasies. There will never be one-party rule in this country. If the GOP goes,there will be another viable party to take its place. Sorry to spoil the Socialist/Progressive fantasies,but it is what it is.
     
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    Right now the TP is operating as an extreme wing of the GOP. As long as the TP pulls the strings and sets agenda...the GOP will be a secondary party
     
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    It is not the "death" of the the GOP, it is the "rebirth". You liberals will see that in November.
     
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    Yeah, it's really "extreme" to demand fiscal discipline from our government. :cuckoo:
     
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    When the GOP "Dies",please let me know. Till then i will just go on assuming that you Socialists/Progressives are completely deranged.
     
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    Very much so. Don't you know you are supposed to spend tons more money than you have and can reasonably pay back?
     
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