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Christie, Hillary and Obama

Chris110 Wrote: Jan 15, 2014 3:07 AM
I agree that it would be nice to have an articulate republican, problem is at this point we don’t have one, because Christie is not a Republican I will hope a conservative comes out of the pack who is articulate so they can be elected, but if that doesn’t happen then I will just vote for whoever I know is a true conservative and will advance the best policies and get the gov’t out of our way. I am not making any compromise because someone is articulate. Obama is articulate and he has passed and promoted the worst policies in the history of this country, at home and abroad. Where has this gotten us and im afraid we may only be starting to find out the damage he has done. Why does a politician’s top skill need to be articulating? Their top skill should be governing. Why do so many in this country need things articulated to them to know who to vote for? Have we become increasingly obtuse and ignorant of the truth? I am not going to hope for an articulate Republican at this point. I am going to hope and pray that many in this country will pull their collective head out of their collective a$$
Rich L. Wrote: Jan 15, 2014 10:07 AM
Unfortunately, the sheeple in this country think that voting for POTUS is the same as American Idol. Those sheeple, along with the dead and fictitious voters are enough that a little SEIU vote tampering will allow the left to get completely moronic communists elected.
Pistol Wrote: Jan 15, 2014 7:06 AM
Lots of good sense, and a solid ordering of priorities. Thank you, Chris110.