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Is Liberalism Exhausted?

Kent147 Wrote: Feb 27, 2015 7:57 AM
Yes, Jonah, Liberalism is exhausted. So its' close friend, Fascism is coming to take over. Since there is no Conservative presence, and Republicans spend most of their time designing excuses for not using their power, and also trashing Conservatives. So, Liberalism steps to the side to make way for Fascism and nobody seems to care.
I really don't want another Bush. Maybe if Columbia Bush gets treated like Sarah Palin Bush would understand what it is like to be a conservative. If Bush is nominated I will definitely sit out this election.
"We have no opposition party" That's my line. Let make one.
Byron York, wisely for his ego, does not bother to read the comments after serving up a steaming pile of excrement like this column. I would say about 98% of the comments are to the effect that he is "a moron". Byron instead gets all his input from his "smarter than everyone" Washington buddies, like Karl Rove and John Sununu, and a hundred other "smarter than America" Republican elites who are desperate to keep the money coming. Earth to Byron - we detest you almost as much as we detest the Democrats. Your refusal to listen to the people will result in a third party emerging which will put the Republican Party, and the Bush's, out of business. Personally, this will make me very happy.
Byron means that the Bush's are "exceptionally good liars". They run as light Democrats and in the case of GWB, he was able to win "almost as many votes as Al Gore" and then force the country into a Supreme Court decision. WOOO HOOO!! That Karl Rove, The Architect, is brilliant. Fewer votes than Al Gore after eight years of Clinton. Let's not do that again. I won't.
Bravo to this woman!
Let me see - Reagan, whose ideas Bush rejected as being mean, averaged blowout wins across the country winning in excess of 40 states each time. Then Bush, riding on Reagan's coattails won, promising "no new taxes". This was of course a lie. He was then fired. Since then Republicans have followed Bush's template and run against Reagan (Dole, GWB, McCain and Romney). George W. Bush, in contrast to Reagan first won with fewer votes than Al Gore, amazingly, after 8 years of the Clinton circus. Ih a year when there should have been a blowout George Bush barely crossed the finish line. Same thing in 2004 against the awful John Kerry. John McCain ran against the Reagan legacy and was trounced by a nobody. Same with Mitt Romney. So, Byron, nobody has tried the "mean spirited, straight up honest conservatism of Reagan" in the last 30 years instead opting for various versions of the Bush lying to the people about kinder gentler when those words are actually signal of big government solutions under a Republican brand. So, my answer is I will not vote for Jeb Bush under any circumstance. Last time I voted for Romney and hated myself for it. I am done with the self loathing. I will vote for the candidate who most reminds me of the absolute most successful President during my life - Ronald Reagan. Anyone who pretends or mocks the Reagan legacy like the Bush's do will not get my vote. I will vote for a third party.
Jonah, actually vanilla is the best flavor.
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Romney's Choice

Kent147 Wrote: Feb 03, 2015 2:46 PM
Romney had no problem lying about his conservative opponents, so the infighting was all stuff he generated. He used Alinsky tactics to destroy conservatives just like a Democrat would. Then he laid down in a cowardly way against Obama. He even took orders from Candy Crowley. What a pathetic wimp.
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Romney's Choice

Kent147 Wrote: Feb 03, 2015 8:30 AM
Rich Galen is always a good source of the sort of stupidity that is the Republican Leadership and Consultant class these days. Here is a gem, "On election day, Barack Obama cruised to a relatively easy re-election winning in the Electoral College 332 - 206 which was better than McCain had done but not anything like the nail biter Republicans had been hoping for and working toward." Actually, given that Obama's first term involved a bill that nobody wanted that enslaves Americans and destroys their health and freedom I don't think most Republicans were looking for a "nail biter", but wanted a rout. We actually expected a fight. Instead, with the moronic behind the scenes advice of Karl Rove types, we had a candidate who treated the Marxist Obama with kid gloves, thanking him for his good ideas, but suggesting they might be "a little misguided". If the Republican Leaders were generals they would be dressing soldiers up in ballerina tutus so as to entertain and pacify the enemy. These people, Galen, Rove, Schmitt, Boehner, McConnell, are among the most stupid and vacuous and gutless and immoral in the land. They are actually worse than Obama, because they pretend to fight him, but there they stand dressed in their own tutus, telling us they know how to fight.
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