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Can we start by locking Karl Rove in a closet for the foreseeable. future?
...a far-left liberal ideologue whose distinguished record of bipartisanship -- I suspect -- will fall far short of her predecessors by the time she leaves public life. Or after her first week in the Senate
The Germans have massive deficit problems of their own, masked by a booming export economy. All the marveling at the German economy over the past year or so, compared to other Eurozone countries is similar to complimenting a staggering drunk for still being upright while his compatriots are passed out in the gutter.
REDUCED TAXES "COST" NOTHING. The only way you can associate a "cost" with NOT raising taxes is to assume that the Government need and deserves that money more than the people who earned it.
Is there a reason you left out Scott Walker? The turnaround he has led in Wisconsin has been striking, especially in the face of every thug union in the country coming after him. His strong stand and determination have put him in the limelight for standing on conservative principles, and he probably has the best national name recognition of any governor. Beyond that, he has absolutely no skeletons remaining in any of his closets, or we we would have heard about them by now, so no October Surprises from that quarter.
No problem. With the coming cuts in the defense budget, military pilots will very likely be looking for civilian work.
FORWARD!!! Stomp on the fuel, stop holding the brake, and let's take this runaway train straight off this cliff! Obama and the Democrats have spent the last year telling that everything's just hunky-dory. Now, we have to - have to - pass legislation to head off the coming Taxmageddon. Why? Why not just let it happen? Let the "Bush" tax cuts expire. Let them raise the debt ceiling - not by a paltry two trillion dollars - let's save ourselves a lot of debate and just run it up to fifty trillion. The sooner the economy crashes, the sooner we can start to pick up the pieces.
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Don't Blame Romney

Glen184 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 4:29 PM
BTW - I did, indeed vote for Romney. I didn't even need to wash my hands as I did for McCain.
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Don't Blame Romney

Glen184 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:56 PM
No, Ann - Those other goobs gave things a big push, but Romney was the name at the top of the Playbill. Maybe we should get an actual Conservative next time, one who has been blooded, vetted and is well known for integrity. Scott Walker, anybody? Glen Lewis
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