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7 Things The GOP Needs To Do To Start Turning It Around

fromohio Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:40 AM
I make the whole story short for you. Your talking points tell me that you don't understand much of what happened here during to last four years, and let me say that the GOP doesn't understand either. The GOP failed to fight, failed to see that only a Conservative Counter-Revolution may be able to undo the far-left revolution fought and won by the Dems in 2008. The GOP needs on thing to do: disappear. A proper Conservative party is needed. Yesterday was already to late for such a move.
Born in the USA! Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:43 AM
If you think Obama is "far left", then you have little idea what is far left. Go to South America and you will see some true far left movements. And they won't recognize Obama as one of them. In fact, if you say Obama is one of them, they will look at you cross eyed.
BigOlBear Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:51 AM
I get your point but I disagree. Obama is indeed "far left." You have to look past his words and consider his deeds to understand that. He thrive in any of those South American countries to which you refer.
fromohio Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 11:22 AM
I have some very bad news for you. I was born, educated and also worked under one of the "nicest" communist dictatorships of good old Europe. I lived subsequently in other countries too. North America is my fifth continent, the US is my fifth home. I "tasted" all socio/economical/political systems available on the planet. You don't need to believe me. The way the future of the country is going to unfold it will prove one of us right. I wish do not be that person but...
Born in the USA! Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 3:56 PM
That is what I am referring to: his deeds! He is not far left in the view of true far leftists. They would know! And no, I am not one.
Born in the USA! Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 3:57 PM
And? We are not a communist dictatorship and if you believe we are heading there, you have been listening to too much far right nutjobs.

Let's not sugarcoat it: we got our teeth kicked in on Tuesday. Sure, we added governorships and held our ground in the House, but we went backwards in the Senate and lost to an out-of-touch, incompetent, petty man who centered his campaign around Mitt Romney's bank account and Big Bird. We didn't get beaten by Bill Clinton in a great economy; we got beaten by another Michael Dukakis in the midst of a terrible economy. On the upside, if people have ever wondered what Jimmy Carter's second term would have looked like, then they're about to find out.