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GOP Turns Sure Victory into Defeat

Ileen Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 9:21 AM
well said I agree totally, they gave us the next in line as we screamed and yelled, NO. Mitt was not a conservative candidate, and the folks who would have voted knew it. It is hard to convey that belief when it is not who you are. The establishment did it anyway, we pretty much had no choice, by the time we had our primaries it was already over. 2 rinos in a row, and O is still there for 4 more doing things that can not be undone. But we will preserver and try again. Al of the boehners and his ilk must go, the old guard in there forever is our problem.
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GOP Turns Sure Victory into Defeat

Ileen Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:52 AM
I am sick too of the establishment and the pundits with their white boards, and philosophy that they know what they are doing. McCain stunk big time and so did Mitt, they are not conservatives they are liberal rino's. The gop stands for nothing, they vote for everything they are supposed to be against, and wonder why the folks say enough. You can not talk conservative and have people believe it unless you are, the folks knew Mitt was not. We have no chance now, all the garbage that was passed with gop help will no go into law. Everything we have fought so hard for will now be implemented. So now what????? Term limits should be the first thing implemented so these losers can leave kicking and screaming as they normally do.
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GOP Turns Sure Victory into Defeat

Ileen Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:39 AM
O won because the establishment gop elite rammed their candidate down our throats. Mitt was not my first or second choice or any choice for that matter, but I voted for him anyway. Anythin to get this parasite out of the white house. People did not vote for Mitt they voted against Obama. unfortunately the dems fought tooth and nail to make sure they got their vote out, hence the ultra long lines. People were saying this is a good thing with the turn out, well I looked at the televised long lines and knew it was bad for the right when I saw who was standing in lines wrapped around corners and voting places still voting hours after the polls closed. The repubs stayed home and did not vote because they truly had no say in who our nominee was.
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