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Attack of the Concern Trolls

Repnextdoor: "As a life-long Republican (Big on Reagan and George W. Bush), I, too, am concerned that the party has become a cesspool of extremists with obsolete social concerns for everyone but themselves, conspiracy freeks, and right-wing domestic terrorists. It is just that easy." Get real, you anal orifice, you voted for Dakakis and Gore...but being a big fan of Bush doesn't make you smart or conservative either.
TJS Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 7:46 AM
You don't have to be a fan to see Bush was a tool for Israel in attacking Iraq( just like Romney). Both the US and Israel supplied arms to Iran for years (exposed in "Iran contra") for use against Iraq.

Now they want the US to pay for and fight yet another war...against Iran. Wake up and smell the war debts, before you blindly storm into another war against a country that might make a nuke at some point.

Now go ahead and claim I'm a liberal. I'm now independant after 25 years conservative. Haters and racists have driven me away...and they were not Democrats or independants.

Notice how Michael calls names and puts forth suppositions, rather than considering that the poster may have some truth in what he says.

Turns out the New York Times is worried about the future of the Republican Party. So concerned, in fact, it has dedicated more than 6,000 words in this week’s magazine to explore, as the title puts it, “Can The Republicans Be Saved From Obsolescence?” Indeed, the folks at The Times seem extremely concerned that which they hate might not survive. And by “concerned” I mean they’re hoping.

That The Times would seek to harm Republicans, and more specifically conservatives, is about as shocking as Piers Morgan doing a special episode on the need for gun control. But that so...