Discussion in 'Politics' started by rayboyusmc, Sep 26, 2008.
Guess Who? Not the Dems:
Frank blames House GOP for breakdown of deal - Yahoo! News
He Hates These Cans!
so you arrived at your conclusion by "implication" or "assumption"? Cause I didn't read anywhere that "they hate president Bush." Disagree maybe but hate? I think that's a leftist forte, hate, implications, assumption..
Both sides use that.
The more they try to distance themselves from Bush/Cheney, the more John McCain has to show who his allegiance is to.
while I admit that John McCain is elegant I don't see what that has to do with anything.
Here is an example of Democratic leadership.
"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic congressional leaders have said the package is President Bush's bill, and they do not want Democrats to be blamed if the program does not work."
'Major' GOP opposition to bailout plan remains - CNN.com
Democrats have been saying how bad the republicans have screwed up the economy and are to blame for the financial mess yet when an opportunity presents itself for them to show leadership, they balk. Is this just another example of leaderless politics where if something goes wrong then it could be said "this was not our idea."
The sad thing is that Pelosi is right and wrong. The right will say exactly that if this plan doesn't work. The problem is she is a chicken shit and should say that we will do whatever we need to fix this current problem and screw the republican trashing machine.
Can we say "implosion" in the republican party?
Actually the "hate" word is something I picked up from the right. Your side uses it all the time to describe anyone who disagrees with the Bush.
sure you can say "implosion" that won't make it true just like most of the other stuff you say.
And? Dems would be idiots for allowing the right to run against them for cleaning up the mess left by their beloved deregulation.
Just ask McCain...
NewsChannel 5.com - Nashville, Tennessee - McCain Defends, Obama Blames Deregulation
And now we're supposed to a) believe that McCain is doing anything to help by backing off of what he knew had to happen; and b) whining idiots are feigning outrage that the dems wouldn't want to take the hit for their screw ups.
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