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An Adolescent Aptitude for Federalism

God_Of_War Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 1:40 PM
Hey mark Baisley, what do you think this article is going to accomplish? Republicans are nothing more than the bad guy....you know....like in the movies where there has to be a bad guy to fight against or there would be no story line? The republicans are the whipping boy for the media. The media drives the thoughts and attitudes of enough Americans that what we really have here in America is GOVERNMENT BY JOURNALISM. No matter what you say or do you are not going to change these facts. Your article serves only to obscure the facts of media control over Americans. If you really want to do something then you need to fight those who nudge the worm (society) onto the path they want the worm to go. These people are worse than NATZI's ever
Idahoser Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 1:53 PM
"NATZI"? NAZI stands for "National Socialist", the far left party run by Hitler.

The republican party IS the "bad guy". Everybody within sight of a leadership position is a progressive.

Yet, there is no defeating the 80% of voters who are going to vote for their party, they are not even aware that we think they're stupid. That's the reason no third party can do more than help decide which of the big two wins. Perot got more votes than any third party ever again in this country, at least until we have gotten "education" out of the hands of the progressives for at least a generation. So forget third party. Put good people in the two existing parties, and repeal the 17th amendment. That's all the good we have available to do.
God_Of_War Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 2:19 PM
Not a bad idea.

Did you ask for media approval before coming up with this idea? :)
If the five stages of grief for losing a loved one are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, then the five stages for Republicans who just lost the presidential election must be denial, shock, analysis, depression and blaming fellow party members for being too whatever.  The intense debate has begun among party thinkers over how we could possibly have lost two elections in a row to the most radical leftist...
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