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Originally posted by mental modulator
Originally posted by sos37
reply to post by grover
clings to him brainlessly and sheepfully no matter how many lies he tells and no matter what he does to hurt this country
Sounds like me describing YOU when Bush was in...
Your fellow struck the match and poured the gas
If Obama pulls off a fricken miracle with this mess JR fired up, GOP will be in the toilet
for a good long while.
2012 GOP national convention dialogue in full - party platform
Terror terror commie terror commie terror lazy. Obama terror Osama terror vigilant... Steadfast evildoer commie wmd Obama socialist socialistism commie.
CAN'T wait for it!
[edit on 15-4-2009 by mental modulator]
Originally posted by grover
I think this needs to be reiterated:
Three months into his presidency, Barack Obama stands out as perhaps the most trusted figure in American politics.
In a new Public Strategies Inc./POLITICO national survey of 1,000 registered voters, Obama outdistances figures on both the left and the right in earning the public’s trust, with two-thirds of respondents saying they trust the president “to identify the right solutions to the problems we face as a nation.”
Of those who said they trust the president, 31 percent said they trust him “a great deal.” An additional 35 percent said they have “some” trust that Obama will find the correct solution. Thirty-one percent said they trust Obama either “not very much” or “not at all.”
Voters were asked the same question of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Republican Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska, former Massachusetts Republican Gov. Mitt Romney, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh and the two major political parties. Among those choices, only the Democratic Party was trusted to find the right solutions by a majority of voters, 52 percent to 40 percent. Forty percent of those surveyed said they trusted the Republican Party, compared with 54 percent who did not trust the GOP.
Note that is says all registered voters... not just Democrats or those who voted for Obama... and if you don't understand the implications of that... it means Republicans and independents as well.
If the Republican party remains married to the same old disproven ideas and moves even further to the right and If the Republican party remains the party of no without any ideas other than attack attack attack they are going to remain in the wilderness for years to come. Because no matter how they fuss and fume its obvious that at least right now that the people prefer Obama and the Democrats over them.
[edit on 15-4-2009 by grover]
Originally posted by sos37
If you look at Grover's posting history, he/she has a consistent history of deriding, laughing at and posting hate-filled messages toward anything non-Obama and especially anything pro-GOP.
It's OK to give billions of dollars to Private banking firms. It's OK, to be rich and not pay taxes. It's OK to Bomb countries we are not at war with. It's ok to expand warrentless wiretapping. It's ok to do all of that......as long as it's a democrat who does it. Apparently.