reply to post by Andrew E. Wiggin
Oh when the chickens leave the barn blame the barn.
Your right about holding on to the past - No thank you... for me, its been done to death.
My observation is that the repos have had 8 years to implement all kinds of conservative goodness. Now that these wonderful policies have failed,
the republicans are going to sling it on the democrats. Funny enough is folks are to blind to take stock and to corrupted by the corruption to take
on the burden of responsibility.
Anyhow Andrew I thought that Obamas biter comments were on the right track but badly delivered.
You have these dirt poor Americans worried about gun freedom and the bible. Yet the issues that will really effect them, health care, desire to
eliminate minimum wage, losing their homes, not being able to declare bankruptcy are completely of no consequence?
The republicans if they got every legislative whim would find it completely fair to legislate the poor directly into a foggy forced labor march of
Anyways I have never understood the notion of a hispanic republican, a black republican or a $12,000 a year earning white republican. That a person
would vote for a party that consistently legislates against their own well being is completely retarded.
This applies more so to the dirt poor southern republicans - their demise is not going to come in the form of "terrorism", rather it occur in the
wallets of these people. However
they seem to be completely asleep at the wheel that they should be hyper-aware.
I doubt that even half of them understand that the conservative way is to build the economy from the top down. Under tax the rich over tax the middle
class and the poor are poor because they are lazy.
God it is so rich,,, I can almost cry from the irony these people perpetuate.
I may get flamed for all this but so be it. I once was an indy, but now I am waking up!