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GOP about to be blindsided with Obama's brilliant re-election strategy

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While Republicans are tearing each other up during the debates and giving Obama plenty of new soundbytes, Obama is busy going from Republican District to Republican District asking the Republican base why their leadership feels they should be satisfied with unsafe bridges and dangerous roads.

"Let him die" will become one of the many new campaign lines used against the Republicans.

"Corporations are people, my friend" will become another one.

Then there's the whole "anti science" thing.

The list goes on and is growing. While all the cameras and press are focused on the Republicans bashing Washington, Obama is not even IN Washington. Instead, he's laying the groundwork for what is to come and laying it on his terms.

Republicans will say, "But look, Democrats lost Wiener's district". So what? A few months before Republicans lost a couple of districts in a similar way. Remember, the House has a "13%" approval rating. That means an 87% DISAPPROVAL rating.

By doing what he's doing, Obama isn't just running againt the Republican nominee, he's running against the entire Republican Party.

Soon, he will be in John Boehner's district asking why there are 195 bridges deemed "structurally deficient".

Bridges falling down, no money for infrastructure, two wars, failed economy, all these things happened on Republican watch or came from Republican policy. And we know from the debates, these are STILL their policies. Difficult to run on failed policy.

Republicans will say, "But Obama's policies failed". How will we know? Republicans and Conservative Democrats never gave them a chance. And many Conservative Democrats have already been voted out of office.

Looking forward to the next 14 months.
 

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While Republicans are tearing each other up during the debates and giving Obama plenty of new soundbytes, Obama is busy going from Republican District to Republican District asking the Republican base why their leadership feels they should be satisfied with unsafe bridges and dangerous roads.

"Let him die" will become one of the many new campaign lines used against the Republicans.

"Corporations are people, my friend" will become another one.

Then there's the whole "anti science" thing.

The list goes on and is growing. While all the cameras and press are focused on the Republicans bashing Washington, Obama is not even IN Washington. Instead, he's laying the groundwork for what is to come and laying it on his terms.

Republicans will say, "But look, Democrats lost Wiener's district". So what? A few months before Republicans lost a couple of districts in a similar way. Remember, the House has a "13%" approval rating. That means an 87% DISAPPROVAL rating.

By doing what he's doing, Obama isn't just running againt the Republican nominee, he's running against the entire Republican Party.

Soon, he will be in John Boehner's district asking why there are 195 bridges deemed "structurally deficient".

Bridges falling down, no money for infrastructure, two wars, failed economy, all these things happened on Republican watch or came from Republican policy. And we know from the debates, these are STILL their policies. Difficult to run on failed policy.

Republicans will say, "But Obama's policies failed". How will we know? Republicans and Conservative Democrats never gave them a chance. And many Conservative Democrats have already been voted out of office.

Looking forward to the next 14 months.

I don't think anyone is going to be blindsided by Alinsky's playbook, class warfare and the race card........
 

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I think his 39% approval rating is very impressive. He should run on that and the tremendous job he is doing with the economy, his seven wars, employment, foreclosures, and bankrupcies. He's really kicking ass. Should be a shoe-in
 
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Yes unsafe bridges are the trump card.

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Consequences from Republican policy are an important strategy. Wouldn't you say?
 

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While Republicans are tearing each other up during the debates and giving Obama plenty of new soundbytes, Obama is busy going from Republican District to Republican District asking the Republican base why their leadership feels they should be satisfied with unsafe bridges and dangerous roads.

"Let him die" will become one of the many new campaign lines used against the Republicans.

"Corporations are people, my friend" will become another one.

Then there's the whole "anti science" thing.

The list goes on and is growing. While all the cameras and press are focused on the Republicans bashing Washington, Obama is not even IN Washington. Instead, he's laying the groundwork for what is to come and laying it on his terms.

Republicans will say, "But look, Democrats lost Wiener's district". So what? A few months before Republicans lost a couple of districts in a similar way. Remember, the House has a "13%" approval rating. That means an 87% DISAPPROVAL rating.

By doing what he's doing, Obama isn't just running againt the Republican nominee, he's running against the entire Republican Party.

Soon, he will be in John Boehner's district asking why there are 195 bridges deemed "structurally deficient".

Bridges falling down, no money for infrastructure, two wars, failed economy, all these things happened on Republican watch or came from Republican policy. And we know from the debates, these are STILL their policies. Difficult to run on failed policy.

Republicans will say, "But Obama's policies failed". How will we know? Republicans and Conservative Democrats never gave them a chance. And many Conservative Democrats have already been voted out of office.

Looking forward to the next 14 months.

Didn't "Stimulus I" have massive amounts of infrastructure spending? How come those structurally deficient bridges didn't get fixed with THAT money? Oh, that's right...now I remember...Barack and his minions panicked when the shovel ready jobs were taking so long to get off the ground and had them spend the infrastructure money on road resurfacing instead. Go ahead and run on that issue, Rdean. It's one more thing that this incompetent President couldn't get right.
 

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LOL, democrats are scouring the land looking for the worst bridge in America for the obummer to stand on and spew more bullshit.

pssst rdean, nobody but you brainwashed believe anything that comes out of his yap any longer. He's proven to all but the blind faithful that he hasn't a clue what America really needs. Here's a tip though, it isn't more union jobs and welfare programs for the useless.
 

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And while he's trying to sell that line of bullshit, Solyndra is blowing up on him. Gee, maybe we'd have the money to FIX some of those bridges if Barack Obama hadn't blown half a billion of our tax dollars on a buddies' solar panel business.
 

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That does it. I am voting for Obama so we can have safe bridges !!!

(RDean - fucking idiot)
 
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#attachwatch: there's some ranting leftwingers on USMB that are so dumb, they're making y'all look bad. Deal with them before they destroy you! Bwahaha
 

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While Republicans are tearing each other up during the debates and giving Obama plenty of new soundbytes, Obama is busy going from Republican District to Republican District asking the Republican base why their leadership feels they should be satisfied with unsafe bridges and dangerous roads.

"Let him die" will become one of the many new campaign lines used against the Republicans.

"Corporations are people, my friend" will become another one.

Then there's the whole "anti science" thing.

The list goes on and is growing. While all the cameras and press are focused on the Republicans bashing Washington, Obama is not even IN Washington. Instead, he's laying the groundwork for what is to come and laying it on his terms.

Republicans will say, "But look, Democrats lost Wiener's district". So what? A few months before Republicans lost a couple of districts in a similar way. Remember, the House has a "13%" approval rating. That means an 87% DISAPPROVAL rating.

By doing what he's doing, Obama isn't just running againt the Republican nominee, he's running against the entire Republican Party.

Soon, he will be in John Boehner's district asking why there are 195 bridges deemed "structurally deficient".

Bridges falling down, no money for infrastructure, two wars, failed economy, all these things happened on Republican watch or came from Republican policy. And we know from the debates, these are STILL their policies. Difficult to run on failed policy.

Republicans will say, "But Obama's policies failed". How will we know? Republicans and Conservative Democrats never gave them a chance. And many Conservative Democrats have already been voted out of office.

Looking forward to the next 14 months.

Didn't "Stimulus I" have massive amounts of infrastructure spending? How come those structurally deficient bridges didn't get fixed with THAT money? Oh, that's right...now I remember...Barack and his minions panicked when the shovel ready jobs were taking so long to get off the ground and had them spend the infrastructure money on road resurfacing instead. Go ahead and run on that issue, Rdean. It's one more thing that this incompetent President couldn't get right.

Actually..some of it was allocated to infrastructure..some of it went to plug up budgets.

Like one of the "minions" of Barack Obama did with his budget...Texas Governor Rick Perry.
 

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So Obama is gonna go to republican districts, so he can get conservatives to believe in him.

yeah, it's a real brilliant stradegy.
 

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And on the other hand you have Rick Perry who thinks our money should be going to rebuild Afghanistan's infrastructure, but not our own. That's some seriously fucked up thinking.
 

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Funny, Texas has the safest, most modern roadways in America.

Who's in charge down there?
 

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He could have picked better, current pics, if there are any.

Correct me if I'm wrong but aren't those pics the aftermath of an earthquake in CA back in the 90's??

I don't care how updated they are not to many bridges gonna withstand an EQ.
 

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Funny, Texas has the safest, most modern roadways in America.

Who's in charge down there?

  • 22% of Texas’ bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.
  • There are 888 high hazard dams in Texas. A high hazard dam is defined as a dam whose failure would cause a loss of life and significant property damage.
  • 103 of Texas’ 7,478 dams are in need of rehabilitation to meet applicable state dam safety standards.
  • 84% of high hazard dams in Texas have no emergency action plan (EAP). An EAP is a predetermined plan of action to be taken including roles, responsibilities and procedures for surveillance, notification and evacuation to reduce the potential for loss of life and property damage in an area affected by a failure or mis-operation of a dam.
  • Texas’ drinking water infrastructure needs an investment of $28.17 billion over the next 20 years.
  • Texas ranked 2nd in the quantity of hazardous waste produced and 4th in the total number of hazardous waste producers.
  • Texas’ ports handled 487 million tons of waterborne traffic in 2005, ranking it 1st in the nation.
  • Texas reported an unmet need of $31.2 million for its state public outdoor recreation facilities and parkland acquisition.
  • 32% of Texas’ major roads are in poor or mediocre condition.
  • 47% of Texas’ major urban highways are congested.
  • Vehicle travel on Texas’ highways increased 50% from 1990 to 2007.
  • Texas has $5.64 billion in wastewater infrastructure needs.

Top Three Infrastructure Concerns:
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Drinking Water
Wastewater

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Wow...who is in charge down there? Yikes!
 

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