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18% say Dems are virtuous?
Both parties are FUBAR
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Originally posted by Sergeant Stiletto
I, for one, view these results as a rally cry for independents and progressives on ATS and everywhere to make their voices heard, because I know we're bigger than 10%. And that has to start with our noodle-backed, mamby-pamby leader, the POTUS. It takes more than good ideas to lead, one must ACT on those ideas - shout them not whisper them and certainly not compromise them.
Originally posted by brianmg5
Originally posted by SpartanKingLeonidas
reply to post by SkepticOverlord
Now, please send it on to every Congress member, and Senator.
As well as the White House.
I really hope your not serious. Or were you thinking of entertaining them? Giving them a laugh?
Originally posted by Morpheas
As to question one. I'm very disappointed that there are that many ATS members that aren't smarter than that. Default is the worst thing for the US and global economy. Default doesn't cut spending, it raises our interest rates which would make it even more difficult to pay off the debt. I can only concluded the members that wanted default are anti-US or are victims of dumb down.
Originally posted by neo96
of the parties involved in this issue, which do you believe are the most corrupt?
and 60% think they are? even tho they control 1/3 of the government?
and then the teaparty is more corrupt than the democrats?
and the conservative media is the most corrupt?
i just lost faith in atsedit on 2-8-2011 by neo96 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Hessling
"Of the parties involved in this issue, which do you believe are the most corrupt?"
I think those results pretty much sum up the attitude. We've got some real winners sitting in D.C. right now.