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Demography Is Destiny

anonymous12507 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:46 PM
Sorry Ann, but I remember after McCain lost four years ago when you said that all we had to do was wait for Barack Obama's policies to implode and then Mitt Romney could run and win. How'd that work out for us? Our only hope is to do to Barack Obama and the Democratic Party what Rahm Emmanuel, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid spent 8 years doing to George Bush; demonize the man and his party at every opportunity, calling him a liar, a criminal, and a communist. And we need to forcefully and relentlessly attack every Democratic Senator who faces re-election in two years with everything we've got. Then the Republican party needs to go as far to the right as the Democratic party went to the left with our next candidate if we hope to win.
NewJAl Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 10:27 PM
Not at all sorry, I am sure, but if I call Harry Reid, Obama, and his, liars, manipulators, Marxists and deceivers, I will not feel as if I am just trying rhetoric to win an election. I will feel as if I am being God's honest witness.
Want to know a person? Check their friends.
Panda Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 10:41 PM
"Do you actually know what a Marxist is? If you do then say so."

A Marxist says, "From each according to his ability, to each according to his need."

Obama says, "Spread the wealth around," and he means through forced redistribution.

Hence, Obama is a Marxist--and a proud one at that.

Got anything else, va? Your posts appear to have been written by a child. Go get Mommy or Daddy and have them post for a while.

Liberals brag about having won the hearts and minds of America, as if, through logic and argument, they've persuaded people to accept their bankrupt European socialist ideas.

Democrats haven't changed anyone's mind. They changed the people.

More white people voted for Mitt Romney this year than voted for Ronald Reagan in 1980. Barack Obama lost white voters by 20 points -- the widest margin since 1984.

But in 1980, whites were 88 percent of the electorate. In 2012, they were 72 percent of the electorate. Not only that, but the non-white electorate is far more Democratic than...