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Obama & The GOP: Will They Ever Beat This Guy

Leonard152 Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 12:39 AM
The primary catastrophe that will result from the Republicans becoming a minority in both houses of Congress again will be not that the loss will signal their demise but that Obama will enact the Marxist transformation which he has been promising in the last 2 years of his second term. He will inflict the death blow to his nation from which it will never recover. The death of the Republican Party will be trivial by comparison and irrelevant. We will become the United Socialist States of America by 2016 and Regan's victory over the Evil Empire will have been for naught and dwindle into insignificance as the USSA become the new evil empire and its citizens adapt to living in its gulag.
sbemis Wrote: Feb 25, 2013 2:33 AM
simplistist paranoid thinking that shows the writters' lack of cognition on several points,first of all Americia"s history which has been short of glorious-geneside to the nation's first inhabitants,slavery,women not being able to vote or have equality for most of it's history,the list is endless,with so much wanton carniage done in God's name.But I do not want to belabor the point that all nations-including this one-have aspects that should make it's citizens ashamed.To this nations' credit we have had an Ideal we have strived for of a land of justice and liberty and justice for all.This is not something in our past,however,and people like Mr.Reagan and Mr.Bush have not helped us to get there.

The current political wisdom as expressed by the deep thinkers at the Washington Post and the New York Times holds that President Obama stands triumphant and, as such, he is now confidently setting the national agenda. As E.J. Dionne wrote in the Post last week, “He (Obama) is free from the need to save an economy close to collapse, from illusions that Republicans in Congress would work with him readily, from the threat of a rising Tea Party movement, and from the need to run for re-election.” Is that a fact? Today the economy shows an 8% unemployment rate, which is...