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Obama’s Hope: Winning with Less

wa_ray_ancel Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:18 PM
I asked a Republican if ethanol subsidies are a redistribution of wealth. "No" I asked a Republican if the Bush bank bailouts was socialism. He said, "No" I asked if having the government force school children to pray was Constitutional. "Yes" I asked the Republican if the Bush airline bailouts were socialism. He said, "No." I asked the Republican if the Republican's "No Child Left Behind" was constitutional. "....Yes" I asked if he believed that the Middle East could be social engineered. He said, "does it matter, it's free with the Bush tax cut."
wa_ray_ancel Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:18 PM
I asked the Republican if the socialist Republican Medicare Prescription plan was a redistribution of wealth from the young to the old. He said, "the whole thing was free, again paid for with the George W. Bush tax cut."

I asked the Republican if the 'Faith based Initiatives' were Constitutional and a redistribution of wealth. He said, "God's work is always legal and righteous."

I asked the Republican if giving AIG, an insurance company, $85 BILLION was a redistribution of wealth. He said "NO!"

I asked the Republican if their Wall Street bailouts were a redistribution of wealth. NO!!!!
wa_ray_ancel Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 8:18 PM
You see, human beings are not human if a Republican says they are not. You see, people with the wrong skin color or an invalid Long Form Birth Certificate are not human either. But corporations are always people my friends.
Mountain Rose Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:44 PM
Mountain Rose Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:44 PM

This column appeared originally in THE DAILY BEAST.

No matter who wins the presidency on Tuesday, one outcome is all but certain: Barack Obama will draw less support and fewer votes after four years as president than he did as an untried, little-known, freshman senator from Illinois. In other words, the more the American people know about this particular politician the less they seem to like him.

Republicans and Democrats offer opposing explanations for the president's decline in popularity.

For the GOP, his lost backing demonstrates a failed presidency, with a truly disastrous combination of arrogance and incompetence.

For his...