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Derek85 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 8:13 PM
Obama is clearly the worst president in history. The Total Amount of Income Tax collected from EVERYONE, top to bottom is only $865 billion (IRS.gov - 2009 last year available). Obama's Annual Deficits are running $1.25 Trillion. If we told EVERYONE to DOUBLE their taxes, it would not be nearly enough. The Total Taxable Income for everyone who made over $200,000 is 1.6 Trillion and they paid $434 Billion in Income tax, leaving only a $1.16 billion balance to cover Obama's $1.25 Trillion deficits. Therefore if they were taxed at 100% it would NOT BE NEARLY ENOUGH. Why are these messages not being clearly given to the voters????
rightmostofthetime Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 10:21 PM
We all wonder why Republicans are too stupid to explain the basics. Ross Perot got a lot of mileage out of going on Larry King with all sorts of graphs to explain what was wrong. Why we can't do that--explain the facts clearly so even the lowest-level voter can get it--is beyond me.
Robert217 Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 10:29 AM
It can be done and should be done. Republicans have not accepted the fact that the press is their enemy. The secular, mainstream, liberal media is 180 degrees opposed to Conservative principles and values, fiscal and/or social. There is no Obama resume, there are no achievements, nothing in his past that even remotely qualifies him to be dog catcher much less president, his whole "career" is a myth, a house of cards and a series of lies all perpetuated by the press. Until Republicans understand the press has declared war on them and begin to fight accordingly they will continue to lose.

I had barely left the stage at CPAC when Republicans did the exact thing I told them not to do.

Contrary to giddy liberals writing the obituary of the Republican Party, the nation has not swung left. Republicans just keep losing easy races through unforced errors. I advised them to stop doing that.

Not two days later, in the Republican primary for Tim Scott's old congressional seat from South Carolina, among the top two finalists was Mark Sanford, the Todd Akin of South Carolina. You would think Akin would stand in history to teach Republicans to...