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I stayed home last time he ran. I'll stay home again.
I stayed home last time he ran. I'll stay home again.
Willard "minimum wage" Romney,aka Captain special undergarments, aka the father of Obomneycare will be a colossal mistake. Besides you and Hugh Hewitt, who wants the nation painted purple anyway, it would spell the end of hte Republican party.
Yeah, divided government. Love it. Maybe little more damage will be done by our "elected" masters over the next two years..
I only hope the IRS will be abolished by the next president.
I didn't think anything could be worse than 4 years of GHW Bush, until Clinton...and then nothing could be worse than 8 years of Clinton, until we got GWBush ....and nothing could be worse than GW Bush until we got Obama. Now the GOP is trotting out the same ol' Willard Minimum Wage Romney and another Bush...to run against the evil Lizard Queen. Its all Grubered-up.
Her picture and appearance pretty much sums up the agenda.
".....that it is indeed an impeachable offense." LOL. I suppose Krauthammer relied on his years of experience as a constitutional attorney. His expertise is broad....I still recall how he accurately forcasted the economy was in great shape before its collapse under Bush in 2008. Of course Megyn Kelly asked the far more dimwitted Kirsten Powers the same question. Megyn, who has far more legal expertise than either..... I wonder if she would solicit Krauthammer for any medical advice. Krauthammer might have more to offer on their opinion of the political backlash of impeaching Obama, which IMO, is completely foolish. For one, you get the new boss, same (or worse) than the old boss, and second you would have to deal with being the party that impeached the first black president.. Third, I would prefer the lazy golfing Obama over Biden anyday. Last , Obama will continue to burn the democratic party to the ground if he continues to exceed his authority, much like Bush successfully accomplished.
Yeah, "liberty" is the strangest of angles. "Mis-trust" in government is the strangest of angles. Something the the Republicrats claim to believe in.
Interesting to note and neglected in your post, is that the attacks come in retaliation for the US bombing attacks. the beheadings are in retaliation, also. Hundreds of thousands of innocents were killed by Bush, and yet we still have perpetual war. The "nuanced reality" is there are a hell of a lot of muslims who are believers in their cause.....believers who will sacrifice life and limb without so much as a blink of an eye....they outnumber US military men...so its perptual war for the foreseeable future....we have cooler toys....but they blend into the background better. The vacuum created by ousting Saddam Hussein by neocon leader par excellence....George Bush, and subsequent pullout by the reluctant warrior Obamster, we have created a real mess. But TH neocons still have faith with more war we can defeat this enemy....in spite of perpetual war for 20 years now to the contrary. "War is the health of the state"....Randolph Bourne. And boy do TH neocons love centralized government, and subsequent para-militarized police force with their support of perpetual war. the health of the economy and treasury be damned...lets build a economy based on military spending But I forgot to mention we seem to have a difficult time identifying friend or foe....once Bin Laden was our friend.....how about these "moderates" in Syria.... Ironically I still have a higher chance of dying from a car accident than to be killed by a terrorist, but I digress...... Those who exchange security for liberty deserve neither
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