Discussion in 'Politics' started by Contumacious, Jan 20, 2010.
The Brink Of Disaster....................The Republican Party.
Barry is truly an inspirational leader.
Obama was the best thing that every happened to the Republican Party
Indeed he is.
I can not believe that Kennedy Democrats opted to vote Republican.
Just goes to prove that you can housebreak an old dog.
Obama just may be the best thing that has happened to this country. Now before y'all start jumping on me, let me explain. In one year he has helped millions of folks around this country, remember why it is they hate liberal democrats. What he and his administration have done, is woken a sleeping giant. That giant being the traditional tax-paying American citizens! Each day, more people are tuning in and paying attention to what is going on in our government. From the Tea Parties, to the election this past Tuesday in MA, it's pretty obvious that we the people are working hard to take back our country from the government. Politicians became comfortable and happy with their power over the people ... the people forgetting that the officials we elected WORK FOR US! Tuesday's election was a clear indication that we the people will make each and every politician work hard to EARN our vote!
On a side note, I read this morning that Obama will be heading to Nevada next month to campaign for Harry Reid.
Seriously, that was THE funniest thing I've heard today. LOL
Were I Mr. Reid, I would politely ask Mr. Obama to go and campaign for my oponent.
I think it was just returning the favor, after all President Bush and Co. were the best things that happened to the Democratic Party in a long time, it's just too bad they were unable to take advantage of the situation and unite the country instead of dividing it by pursuing a repugnant, radical progressive agenda and going back on all their promises.
But like Nancy Pelosi said
"A lot of things are said on the campaign trail"
(BTW This is how a politician justifies telling the public bald face lies to get elected)
They didn't. It was us independant MA voters that put him into office...Brown even acknowledged it in his acceptance speech
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqnDkd5zJMU&feature=related]YouTube - Scott Brown Acceptance Victory Speech Part 1 in massachusetts[/ame]
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