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Surreal Video: Amidst Angry Cries and Boos, Democrats Re-Insert God, Jerusalem into Platform

Samshuman11 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 11:48 PM
I find it funny that the "right wing" is headlining this as a floor part to make the dems look unstable...what happened was no more then a vote on redderick used..it's ironic how just a week ago you had an entire stadium praising the person not even being nominated...Ron Paul not only was praised but the rnc even showed a tribute on him...I don't know if ever in history has a convention showed a tribute video on a losing candidate, you guys are a truly stable party..if Hellen Keller were the judge....if anyone's going to headline this as a floor fight they had better be drinking whiskey...because this was no more then the policy to declare something...Tampa was a floor fight 10 times over this and involving the nominee...
IsraelFirsterSecond Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 11:54 PM
Did you miss the Kennedy gag fest?
wpeeters Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 5:35 AM
Another brilliant Democratic move. Mocking and countering an empty chair act with this class act display of ghosts from the past. It's all they have to run on, ghosts from the past, and that includes Clinton. Although I have to admit he still looked good after being dug up from the grave which does not mean he made more sense than their platform strategy. Or the lack thereof I should say. Who planned this whole charade? A+ for screwing this up big time my friend.
clarityseeker2 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 11:50 PM
wpeeters Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 5:25 AM
All I read was bla bla bla bla bla. And what the hell is redderick? Unstable is the understatement of the century when it comes to these loons. Class act display there in NC folks. And they STILL think they're doing a great job. Go figure.

We wrote about the extreme 2012 Democratic platform this morning, noting that it excludes God and Jerusalem, yet includes taxpayer-funded late term abortion.  Even the media found these decisions slightly unusual, leading to a noisy chorus of criticism that eventually built to a critical mass.  The decision was made to uproot the platform and undo the controversial language and omissions.  The problem?  The platform was formally adopted yesterday.  Democratic officials couldn't just quietly tweak the document behind closed doors; they had to put the modified platform up for another vote.  When they did so, chaos erupted.  In three separate...