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Why Mitt Lost and it Wasn’t Very Close

PhillupSpace2 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 4:09 AM
I certainly hope John Boehner, Paul Ryan and Eric Cantor stand up on their hind legs and fight Obama and Reid. when the sequester date arrives, I would leave Obama twisting in the wind! Where is a Gingrich backbone when you need it? And here is a rhetorical question for you: Do you think there is one member of congress who would vote the best interest of the country if it meant he would lose the next election? Do you realize the country was allowed to deteriorate one vote at a time because no member was willing to stand in the breech to save it? Our problem today is the debt. When the money was being borrowed, who said no? We have yet to see if there are any statesmen who are not maleable !
E1776 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:27 AM
Yeah, I want the Republican House to fight. Cantor is my representative. And I like Newt's tough stance and backbone. But I also remember back to the early '90s that Clinton won the public debate, Newt & Republicans lost in the polls (thanks to Lamestream media, etc.). So, fight the good fight. But don't expect to win much. The media has already got the majority believing that Republicans are obstructionists. Maybe, let them just vote for what they want and abstain. Vote present, as Dear Liar, Obummer, Ovimit does.
Black and White Brian Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 5:22 AM

Memorandum to the GOP: When running an election campaign it is often valuable to select a nominee who represents the rank and file of the Party. This is how other Parties do it. Perhaps you might get on board.

Who?

Well let’s start with who not to select.

There was George H.W. Bush, who, while a nice, honorable public servant, won primarily because of the record Reagan established. He lost because the rest of us thought that when he mouthed the words “Read my lips, go to Texas,” he meant “Read my lips, no new taxes.”  

There was Bob Dole,...