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Don’t Go Wobbly, GOP

rjchicago Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 3:23 PM
Larry - the Repubs have really screwed up and your non-mention of Obama CARE - which all i heard from the check pants set had to do with repealing that miserable piece of policy - now LAW did not include the reasons behind why this thing needs to be scrapped. I am still fully in favor of repealing what the SCOTUS now considers to be a tax - if anything the check pants MUST not lose sight of the fact that health care is going to be more expensive with far less quality - for reasons I dont' have the space to outline here. FOLKS I have given up on anything remotely associated with check pants repubs. They squandered this election and had more than MANY opportunities to beat on a hugely failed president and his socialist policy.
Mark1369 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 5:43 AM
I too have given up on the establishment republicans. The question is can we wrest control of the Republican Party from them or do we need to start a third party. I am only interested in a third party that would dwarf the two parties we have today so I lean toward taking over the republican party.
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:58 PM
You cannot start a third party, the law is stacked against it.

But the infiltration of the Republican party started in 2008. It is well under way.
In the fierce headline debate over the so-called fiscal cliff, our newly reelected president argues that “a majority of Americans agree with [his] approach.” That approach, according to the president, is “to combine spending cuts with revenue -- and that means asking the wealthiest Americans to pay a little more in taxes.”
 
Well, that’s not exactly what the exit polls said.
 
To the question “Should taxes be raised to help cut the budget deficit?” only 33 percent answered “yes” while 63 percent responded “no.” Isn’t that interesting? But nobody’s talking about this exit-poll nugget.  
 
Now, it is true that when the question...
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