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originally posted by: 12m8keall2c
a reply to: darkorange
there is no difference, and there's not a whole helluvalot any given individual will be able to do whilst in the white house.....other than to deflect blame and fault onto their opposition throughout their time and tenure there.
while I can certainly respect the Office. it's really kinda difficult supporting or respsctinge the individual holding such, once you realize that they're just as much a pawn in the grand scheme of things as are you and I
if you were to ask and get a truly candid response from the last few, obama as well... it'd likely be that they felt their hands/feet were tied or committed elsewhere throughout.
can't shake one hand without shaking the other .... lest you find yourself 'outside the beltway' ... wanting back in.
these folks have nowhere else to go.... unless, of course they can snag a good deal consulting others, given their 'knowledge of the inner workings' and such.
'here's how you get monies, support to, through or from this/that committee, agency, etc.
revolving-door politrix for the win - Alex!
originally posted by: rupertg
If I were Jeb Bush, I would constantly pound the Goldilocks meme: 41 was too soft 43 was too stupid 45 would be juuuuust right
originally posted by: LDragonFire
I seriously don't think the Bush brand can be salvaged after GWB on a national level. You wanna motivate the Democratic base go ahead and put a Bush on the ticket.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: 12m8keall2c
but, .... what is Your answer to it all, neo.
If people want to change this countries leadership.
The first step is 'The people' changing themselves first.
Washington DC is a reflection of 'the people'.
They elect what they 'want'.
Doesn't matter who goes there garbage in garbage out.