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One Big Failure

tuttletacoma Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 8:13 AM
the real [problem for America is that comrade hussein launched a non stop campaign of attacking Gov Romney as if he were some kind of enemy of America the hussein convinced women they would lose abortiion rights, which was an outright lie that the media backed up as true comrade husein tried to shopw hisself as a kind compassionate person when the reality remains he is small petty and totally unsuited for the job The reality remains we are stuck with this loser and those who will suffer the most are his most loyal constituency, blacks, hispanics and those under 30 The job market won't recover, and unemployment rates will rise along with inflation and higher taxes welcome to hussein 2.0
John4278 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:15 AM
Actually Obama just used the same arguments that republicans in the primaries used. What's good for the goose etc etc
Gary69 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 8:59 AM
Re. "The reality remains we are stuck with this loser and those who will suffer the most are his most loyal constituency, blacks, hispanics and those under 30"...it doesn't matter to them or Dems as "blame Bush" works as exit poling data has indicated. Later on just sub Congress for Bush and go about your merry way. Besides, how would they suffer when they're getting freebies? It would be akin to me worrying about those in the buggywhip trade as I'm selling new cars.
Rs don't have the will or stomach for the Chicago way or Hussein 2.0...they're ok with getting rolled as "there's always the next election; that's when we'll show them."
if I read one more story about how "this will make us stronger" and "keep on fighting", I'm gonna...

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