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Nancy Pelosi's Laugh

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:43 PM
Texas want to secede?? but Texas is a BIG time moocher - “We will work with FEMA to ensure all affected jurisdictions and entities receive the support they deserve after battling these massive fires since December.” Perry's initial application for aid requested that 252 of Texas' 254 counties be granted “major disaster” status, including Harris, Dallas and Bexar counties. It asked the federal government to pick up 75 percent of the cost of fighting more than 9,000 fires across the state. Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Obama-declares-major-disaster-after-wildfires-1449841.php#ixzz2C3vQh8go
Texas want to secede?? but Texas is a BIG time moocher - “We will work with FEMA to ensure all affected jurisdictions and entities receive the support they deserve after battling these massive fires since December.” Perry's initial application for aid requested that 252 of Texas' 254 counties be granted “major disaster” status, including Harris, Dallas and Bexar counties. It asked the federal government to pick up 75 percent of the cost of fighting more than 9,000 fires across the state. Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Obama-declares-major-disaster-after-wildfires-1449841.php#ixzz2C3vQh8go
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Nancy Pelosi's Laugh

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:27 PM
Texas dares to secede?? and why did Rick Perry cut the fire fighting budget? http://www.texaskaos.net/diary/7014/rick-perry-cut-the-texas-forest-service-budget-by-34-million Rick Perry Cut the Texas Forest Service Budget By $34 Million by: Libby Shaw Tue Sep 06, 2011 at 16:17:27 PM CDT Governor Rick Perry and the super majority of Republican lawmakers voted to cut a whopping $34 million from the Texas Forest Service and rural fire departments. They made this draconian cut knowing that Texas is suffering the ravages of one of the worst droughts in its history.
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If It’s 2008 Again, That’s OK

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:22 PM
Not unusual to once again find the GOP in denial. Instead of thinking in terms of policy they're thinking in terms of messaging. This is a continuation of the complete lack of respect the GOP has for the American public. Re-package antiquated ideas and the public will come to you. That's not how it works. The GOP simply lost because it was a rejection of their policy. Have they forgotten the far-right association that the Romney camp established? Embracing Ted Nugent and having a VP candidate who worked alongside Mr. Legitimate Rape?
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If It’s 2008 Again, That’s OK

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:22 PM
Right Wingnuts Who Predicted Doom for America Now Saying ‘We Can Survive 4 More Years of Obama’ Taking a look around the wingnut blogosphere today, we find the partisan parrots all telling each other not to give in to despair, that America will — somehow — survive another four years of Barack Obama. Strange, isn’t it, that only a few days ago the very same people were absolutely convinced that the re-election of Obama would lead to the total destruction of the US?
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Romney in Retrospect

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:22 PM
Not unusual to once again find the GOP in denial. Instead of thinking in terms of policy they're thinking in terms of messaging. This is a continuation of the complete lack of respect the GOP has for the American public. Re-package antiquated ideas and the public will come to you. That's not how it works. The GOP simply lost because it was a rejection of their policy. Have they forgotten the far-right association that the Romney camp established? Embracing Ted Nugent and having a VP candidate who worked alongside Mr. Legitimate Rape?
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Romney in Retrospect

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:22 PM
Right Wingnuts Who Predicted Doom for America Now Saying ‘We Can Survive 4 More Years of Obama’ Taking a look around the wingnut blogosphere today, we find the partisan parrots all telling each other not to give in to despair, that America will — somehow — survive another four years of Barack Obama. Strange, isn’t it, that only a few days ago the very same people were absolutely convinced that the re-election of Obama would lead to the total destruction of the US?
Not unusual to once again find the GOP in denial. Instead of thinking in terms of policy they're thinking in terms of messaging. This is a continuation of the complete lack of respect the GOP has for the American public. Re-package antiquated ideas and the public will come to you. That's not how it works. The GOP simply lost because it was a rejection of their policy. Have they forgotten the far-right association that the Romney camp established? Embracing Ted Nugent and having a VP candidate who worked alongside Mr. Legitimate Rape?
Right Wingnuts Who Predicted Doom for America Now Saying ‘We Can Survive 4 More Years of Obama’ Taking a look around the wingnut blogosphere today, we find the partisan parrots all telling each other not to give in to despair, that America will — somehow — survive another four years of Barack Obama. Strange, isn’t it, that only a few days ago the very same people were absolutely convinced that the re-election of Obama would lead to the total destruction of the US?
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Good News for GOP: The Party of Grownups

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:20 PM
Not unusual to once again find the GOP in denial. Instead of thinking in terms of policy they're thinking in terms of messaging. This is a continuation of the complete lack of respect the GOP has for the American public. Re-package antiquated ideas and the public will come to you. That's not how it works. The GOP simply lost because it was a rejection of their policy. Have they forgotten the far-right association that the Romney camp established? Embracing Ted Nugent and having a VP candidate who worked alongside Mr. Legitimate Rape?
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Good News for GOP: The Party of Grownups

metallic Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 9:20 PM
Right Wingnuts Who Predicted Doom for America Now Saying ‘We Can Survive 4 More Years of Obama’ Taking a look around the wingnut blogosphere today, we find the partisan parrots all telling each other not to give in to despair, that America will — somehow — survive another four years of Barack Obama. Strange, isn’t it, that only a few days ago the very same people were absolutely convinced that the re-election of Obama would lead to the total destruction of the US?
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