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Year in Review: The Political Highs and Lows of 2012

DelicateLoyalist Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:11 PM
Ryan refused to name the loopholes that he and Romney would close. Why?
SuperSam Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:54 PM

Ranting on numbers not adding up for a plan based on a person, while other people say it does, really doesn't matter much. What matters is Owebummer's bs shiaat ain't working out in the slightest bit; we have a horrible economy due to his cluelessness and lack of leadership, along with his corruption.

PhdisReality Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:23 PM
Ryan refused to name the loopholes that he and Romney would close. Why? "

Because their numbers didn't add up.
DelicateLoyalist Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:15 PM
"Because Ryan wasn't up to snuff on it, and rather than lie like a liberal..........."

Good thing he was running for VP eh?

deprogramming services Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:15 PM
Romney and Ryan didn't say a lot of things they should have said.
SuperSam Wrote: Dec 31, 2012 12:13 PM

Because Ryan wasn't up to snuff on it, and rather than lie like a liberal...........

Suddenly, 2013 is upon us.  New year, similar issues, familiar players.  But before we set our sights on the battles and controversies to come, let's cast our gaze backwards to the year that was.  2012 promised to be a politically consequential year, and it lived up to its billing, albeit with generally disappointing outcomes from a conservative perspective.  The following is my personal take on the most significant political peaks and valleys from the past calendar year.  Let's begin with the good stuff:

(3) Mitt Romney selects Paul Ryan as his running mate. Many conservatives viewed Mitt Romney's presidential...