In response to:

Could This Be Like Nixon In 1972?

Snarkasterous1 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 4:17 PM
LIBBIE FANTASIST ALERT! Let's deconstruct the fantasist's mendacious prevarications (or at least a few of them - it'd be tough to cover ALL his lies) "those already bathing in riches while making sure that they don't shoulder any social responsibility via tax increases..." Thinking adults (i.e., conservatives) ask: Just who ARE these folks "bathing in riches and not shouldering any social responsibility? Could they be those who make more than $200K / year (the vast majority of whom are self-made? Could they be among the 1% of top earners who paid 38% of all federal income tax? Could they be among the top 10% of earners who paid 70% of all federal income tax?
Snarkasterous1 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 4:19 PM
What, to prevaricating libbie fantasists like the clueless buffoon E3, could POSSIBLY constitute "shouldering any social responsibility?" Apparently, paying a HUGE MAJORITY of federal income tax, while nearly 48% pay NONE, doesn't count? What do successful, hard-working, self-made individuals have to do, oh libbie fantasist? What?

Then there's the libbie fantasist's lie about "...proposing tax increases on the working poor..." This is risible. Cite such a proposal made by a mainstream Republican, you bozo. Go ahead....standing by.

- Snark

President Richard Nixon won a second term in the White House, by being the avenger of left-wing cultural chaos.

Will challenger Mitt Romney win a first term as President, because he provides a similar alternative?

This year’s election will mark the fortieth anniversary of another historic contest. In November of 1972 President Richard Nixon defeated his opponent George McGovern in the Electoral College by a landslide margin of 49 states to 1. Setting the U.S. presidential record for the widest margin of victory among the popular vote, Nixon received nearly 18 million more votes than McGovern.