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Ecclesiastes on a Bicycle

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:21 PM
It's too bad the NEO-CONSERVATIVE did not win the 2012 presidential election. Sorry, but America is going to give up on social engineering in foreign countries and overseas nation building soon, much to the chagrin of all ye Republicans out there.
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Mike Gallagher Show

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:21 PM
It's too bad the NEO-CONSERVATIVE did not win the 2012 presidential election. Sorry, but America is going to give up on social engineering in foreign countries and overseas nation building soon, much to the chagrin of all ye Republicans out there.
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The Winning Campaign Advice

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:20 PM
It's too bad the NEO-CONSERVATIVE did not win the 2012 presidential election. Sorry, but America is going to give up on social engineering in foreign countries and overseas nation building soon, much to the chagrin of all ye Republicans out there.
It's too bad the NEO-CONSERVATIVE did not win the 2012 presidential election. Sorry, but America is going to give up on social engineering in foreign countries and overseas nation building soon, much to the chagrin of all ye Republicans out there.
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Could Ronald Reagan Get Elected Today?

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:20 PM
It's too bad the NEO-CONSERVATIVE did not win the 2012 presidential election. Sorry, but America is going to give up on social engineering in foreign countries and overseas nation building soon, much to the chagrin of all ye Republicans out there.
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Don't Blame Romney

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:20 PM
Republicans are now saying "But this is nowhere near the enthusiasm and support that Obama got in 2008." But I believe it is much more significant that he has won now. People are no longer starry eyed. They no longer believe in miracles. They know times are hard, the country has many challenges, issues are complex and difficult, there is no one shining path. NEVERTHELESS they supported the man who has slogged through the trenches, who has tried his very best, who is a man of compassion and character. I truly think this vote reflects great courage and resolve on the part of the American people.
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Could Ronald Reagan Get Elected Today?

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:19 PM
Republicans are now saying "But this is nowhere near the enthusiasm and support that Obama got in 2008." But I believe it is much more significant that he has won now. People are no longer starry eyed. They no longer believe in miracles. They know times are hard, the country has many challenges, issues are complex and difficult, there is no one shining path. NEVERTHELESS they supported the man who has slogged through the trenches, who has tried his very best, who is a man of compassion and character. I truly think this vote reflects great courage and resolve on the part of the American people.
Republicans are now saying "But this is nowhere near the enthusiasm and support that Obama got in 2008." But I believe it is much more significant that he has won now. People are no longer starry eyed. They no longer believe in miracles. They know times are hard, the country has many challenges, issues are complex and difficult, there is no one shining path. NEVERTHELESS they supported the man who has slogged through the trenches, who has tried his very best, who is a man of compassion and character. I truly think this vote reflects great courage and resolve on the part of the American people.
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The Winning Campaign Advice

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:18 PM
Republicans are now saying "But this is nowhere near the enthusiasm and support that Obama got in 2008." But I believe it is much more significant that he has won now. People are no longer starry eyed. They no longer believe in miracles. They know times are hard, the country has many challenges, issues are complex and difficult, there is no one shining path. NEVERTHELESS they supported the man who has slogged through the trenches, who has tried his very best, who is a man of compassion and character. I truly think this vote reflects great courage and resolve on the part of the American people.
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Don't Blame Romney

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:17 PM
Yo Republicans. Next time you try voter suppression. Go the whole nine yards. Just do nooses hanging from trees outside all voting places where people have the wrong skin color. Do it right!
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The Winning Campaign Advice

nutterup Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:17 PM
Yo Republicans. Next time you try voter suppression. Go the whole nine yards. Just do nooses hanging from trees outside all voting places where people have the wrong skin color. Do it right!
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