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Ken Cuccinelli: Can a Conservative Still Win Big?

Dee157 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 12:21 PM
You will never get a Republican to agree with this but it is fact. Back when Reagan was Prez and all the talk about outsourcing jobs took a hold, the Republicans got on board that train so fast it knocked all others to the ground. Now that the welfare lines have increased and there are no longer enough jobs to placate the voters the Republicans find themselves in quite the dilemma. I personally think it will be very hard for them to ever win another election nationally.
Dave M Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 1:20 PM
Lets see. Selling people houses they couldn't afford resulting in the loss of trillions in Capital. Another trillion dollars going to firms that were politically connected who used those funds in the exact opposite way from the intent (although unlike you- those of us who use our brains knew this would happen). CEOs like Corzine whose firms lose 1 billion of their investors money but can't say WHERE the money was lost.
I suppose this had nothing whatsoever to do with that loss of jobs.
Hint- this just in. SInce Obama took office- their are in excess of 2 million FEWER jobs than there was in Jan of 2009. Another hint: Ronaldus Magnus was FIVE Presidents ago.
Dave M Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 1:21 PM
A third hint: His policies you deride caused the economy to grow until another idiot named Bush threw it away by listening to low-info people like YOU
GodsLaws Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 12:30 PM
Those who present something as a "fact" without offering some viable third-party validation should not expect to be taken seriously.

Can Virginia’s current attorney general and GOP candidate for state governor prove conservative ideas still win big elections?

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Virginia Attorney Ken Cuccinelli began 2013 with a victory over the Obama administration, something the conservative movement was looking for after a devastating 2012 election. The victory came at the expense of the Environmental Protection Administration, which sought to actually regulate water as a pollutant, an unprecedented move that would have had ramifications reaching well beyond Virginia.

It wasn’t...