In response to:

The Regulations are Coming, the Regulations are Coming

Milt37 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 1:27 PM
The only thing worse than 5-year-olds on a playground, taking their ball home because they're mad, were the millions of Rebublicans and Paulistas staying home because Romney wasn't the be-all and end-all conservative candidate. Hope you're happy, little cry-babies!!!
ReddestNeck Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 8:19 PM
It's hard to see who's pointing to what and talking about what. But it's easy to see hypocrisy when our pal Milt quite sensibly questions the wisdom of the gummit forced CFL mania and yet infantilishly mocks Republicans when they quite logically point out that they cannot (and won't) conjure up the same prosperity from a choked economy.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 8:15 PM
Money does not come from Big Ears' unicorn farms. Of course you idiots are going to blame the Republicans for failing now to achieve the prosperity that Barack Obama and his minions have strangled out of the economy. Your utmost gall will come home to roost upon you. The nation, even its poor people, will be poorer than it was when George W. Bush was president.
Joyce52 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 7:19 PM
Amen to that. A pox on their house.

Part of the hope the Romney campaign offered was a comprehension of the role energy plays in the American economy—especially energy that is abundant, affordable, and available. He made “energy” the number one point of his five-point plan. During his now-unsuccessful bid for the White House, he met with industry leaders from a variety of sectors to determine what would unleash job growth and economic development.

Those meetings, and America’s current predicament, brought about a transformation in his thinking and resulted in specific agendas designed to roll back the Obama Administration’s onerous...