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Originally posted by centurion1211
Originally posted by Aggie Man
Originally posted by intrepid
That ticket would end the GOP for decades. Secondly I thought George HW Bush was a pretty good president.
Unless they get a couple of democrats to run on their ticket, the GOP is gonna be dead for some time to come. They got nothing.
Let's all bookmark this very post and then check back in November of this year and again in 2012.
You might want to put some crow on ice, because surely you will be eating it.
Originally posted by poet1b
Considering the modern day GOP is the party that elected the Bush/Quayle ticket, which many consider to be possibly the worst presidency in U.S. history,
Originally posted by Sherlock Holmes
Originally posted by drwizardphd
If the GOP did run Palin/Quayle, I would be absolutely convinced that the entire election process is just a sham and the candidates were picked because they would obviously lose. There would simply be no other explanation.
Didn't Presidential candidates such as Michael Dukakis and John Kerry already convince you of this fact ?
[edit on 12-8-2010 by Sherlock Holmes]
Contrary to popular misconception, the goal of Communists was ultimately to abolish the State altogether. Basic Communist ideology holds that the purpose of "the State" is to enforce social and economic disparity. According to Marxist thinking the State developed as a tool for a minority of people to oppress other people. Marxists contend that we are all naturally relatively equal, and that significant inequality among people can only exist through the use of State force. Historically the State has always been used as a means to support a wealthy and powerful minority. From the Sumerians and Egyptians to the British Empire and beyond, the traditional role of the State has been to protect the interests of the wealthy and facilitate wealth transfer from the working masses to the wealthy property owners, as Adam Smith noted: