Republicans Desert Mitt After Loss

Republicans Desert Mitt After Loss

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Villa Rica Chick

Douglasville, GA

#1 Nov 22, 2012
Didnt he know that there is no loyalty in that party, they eat their own young if they could get a step higher in a position. What part of that he not understanding..Nobody wants to be friends with a narrow minded egoistic loser...they were only his friends because they wanted something. Please you actually think the KOCH Brothers, Alderson was throwing away their money for nothing. Everyone talking about the fiscal cliff...with Mitt as president; we would of been talking about a fiscal crater with the The GOP props up its leaders only to watch them fail, then shuns them instead of realizing it wasn’t the candidate but the party itself. I even feel a little sorry for W. He gave them everything they asked for – wars, insanely low taxes for the rich, deregulation and cronyism. The fact that these very things greatly contributed to the greatest economic downturn since the Great Depression should not have had to rest solely on W’s shoulders when the party rejoiced in it all. But the party made him their fall guy while they continued to shout for even more insanely low taxes for the rich, deregulation and cronyism. Perhaps the only thing they have lost a bit of their appetite for is actual war though they seem to have replaced that with a war on women. middle class and working poor trying to dig out of it with a teaspoon.

did you see a humble Mitt pumping gas...LMAO..
Puzzled

Villa Rica, GA

#2 Nov 23, 2012
Villa Rica Chick wrote:
Didnt he know that there is no loyalty in that party, they eat their own young if they could get a step higher in a position. What part of that he not understanding..Nobody wants to be friends with a narrow minded egoistic loser...they were only his friends because they wanted something. Please you actually think the KOCH Brothers, Alderson was throwing away their money for nothing. Everyone talking about the fiscal cliff...with Mitt as president; we would of been talking about a fiscal crater with the The GOP props up its leaders only to watch them fail, then shuns them instead of realizing it wasn’t the candidate but the party itself. I even feel a little sorry for W. He gave them everything they asked for – wars, insanely low taxes for the rich, deregulation and cronyism. The fact that these very things greatly contributed to the greatest economic downturn since the Great Depression should not have had to rest solely on W’s shoulders when the party rejoiced in it all. But the party made him their fall guy while they continued to shout for even more insanely low taxes for the rich, deregulation and cronyism. Perhaps the only thing they have lost a bit of their appetite for is actual war though they seem to have replaced that with a war on women. middle class and working poor trying to dig out of it with a teaspoon.
did you see a humble Mitt pumping gas...LMAO..
You should be happy with your guy winning. You are a very angry person.

Have a good day.

“The real B-Man”

Since: Nov 12

Carrollton, GA

#3 Nov 23, 2012
Puzzled wrote:
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You should be happy with your guy winning. You are a very angry person.
Have a good day.
said the dumbass. Confused is a better name for you. Now run along and play.

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