created by: LewHolt | Jun 2, 2011

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Who will the Republicans nominate

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Polemics

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Jun 3, 2011
 
Guess the Lord will change “Her” mind and allow Huckabee to run after Romney and Palin finish with their blood bath.
LeftiesSmellBad

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Hmmmm, Romney is a good selection to run on the Democratic ticket IMHO. Republican, Not!

I wonder how much Romney-care is costing the federal government with all the subsidies needed to keep it running [sic]? Expand that cost from a small state to accross the whole nation. The numbers don't lie...

Romney is toast!
Linda

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Jun 3, 2011
 
The infighting is pretty interesting.
LewHolt

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Jun 3, 2011
 
LeftiesSmellBad wrote:
Hmmmm, Romney is a good selection to run on the Democratic ticket IMHO. Republican, Not!
I wonder how much Romney-care is costing the federal government with all the subsidies needed to keep it running [sic]? Expand that cost from a small state to accross the whole nation. The numbers don't lie...
Romney is toast!
agreed
General Lee

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It is to early to tell who will get the nomination, it may not be any of these people, though I find the "pre race" quite interesting, and at any rate, it is every bit as important, if not more so, to win the majority in the Senate.
bill-the other one

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They literally have NOTHING.

The best strategy they could possibly come up with at this point would be to get Sarah Palin to shut up and go away. She's embarrassing the hell out of the party (or should be, if they had any sense and shame) and just making them look like a joke.

They should then put somebody who is relatively unknown up, who pretty much only says intelligent things, and doesn't go making ridiculous statements, distancing the party from the idiots, rednecks, and extremists.

Sure he'll lose.

But it will increase the chances of the party ever becoming relevant again. They really need change the image 180 degrees to quit being considered a joke.
Sherman Payne

Douglasville, GA

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Jun 4, 2011
 
This can't really be all the GOP has to offer.

Why isn't Ron Paul on the list?
Polemics

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bill-the other one wrote:
They should then put somebody who is relatively unknown up, who pretty much only says intelligent things,
Talk about an oxymoron,“intelligent Republican”!
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Polemics wrote:
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Talk about an oxymoron,“intelligent Republican”!
U should talk.
LewHolt

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Jun 16, 2011
 
Sherman Payne wrote:
This can't really be all the GOP has to offer.
Why isn't Ron Paul on the list?
I forgot him, sorry. But his poll numbers aren't very good at this point. Personally, i like a lot of what Libertarians stand for, but social conservatives don't like him at all.
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Jun 16, 2011
 
General Lee wrote:
It is to early to tell who will get the nomination, it may not be any of these people, though I find the "pre race" quite interesting, and at any rate, it is every bit as important, if not more so, to win the majority in the Senate.
The Republicans should win the Senate, but the real story is the house flipping back. And theres about 4 GOP governors that are in big, big trouble.
Joe Yule Jr

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I'm liking Gary Johnson. Not that he has a shot, either.
LewHolt

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Linda wrote:
The infighting is pretty interesting.
yes it is. Small business and conservatives are starting to learn that the Republican Party doesn't represent them anymore. They represent international big business, big banks and the financial giants and the wealthy. And Romney is their poster child. Progressives don't even have to vote, isn't much differance between Romney and Obama.
General Lee

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Rick Perry

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bill-the other one wrote:
They literally have NOTHING.
The best strategy they could possibly come up with at this point would be to get Sarah Palin to shut up and go away. She's embarrassing the hell out of the party (or should be, if they had any sense and shame) and just making them look like a joke.
They should then put somebody who is relatively unknown up, who pretty much only says intelligent things, and doesn't go making ridiculous statements, distancing the party from the idiots, rednecks, and extremists.
Sure he'll lose.
But it will increase the chances of the party ever becoming relevant again. They really need change the image 180 degrees to quit being considered a joke.
I agree 100%. I'm not even a republican or a democrat for that matter. The party has become a joke in the eyes of independent voters like myself. Not that the democrats done any better. I think its time to get rid of both parties. Maybe them things will get better because right now your voting choice is bad and worst. At this point I don't even see the difference between them. I feel 2 sides of the same damn coin.

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Jun 17, 2011
 
General Lee wrote:
Rick Perry
I'm interested in Perry, too.
As far as the Republican party being a joke, you libs all sound pretty concerned. If you weren't, you wouldn't bother. Personally, I think Tweedle Dee could be Obama today. Talk about a joke. He has basically made a fool of anyone who voted for him. I can't believe you STILL support him. Astounding. He sold you all a LOAD, you bought it and NOW he is literally laughing in your faces. As I have said before, I am not saying a Republican is the answer, but Obama is most DEFINITELY NOT the answer, either.
ABC Nightly News(normally incredibly left wing) just KEEPS throwing Obama under the bus. Shocking.
For example: Obama has appointed more large campaign contributors to positions in Washington in just two years than Bush appointed in four. I know you libs will defend that, however, one of Obama's major campaign promises was that there would be NO MORE lobbyist gaining favor in HIS Whitehouse. The news just went on and on pointing out discrepencies in Obama's promises.
Did you find amusing, like Obama did, that the shovel ready jobs didn't materialize? Did you like the answer one person received when that person complained about the high cost of gas? "Get a more fuel efficient car". How arrogant and out of touch. For all Obama knew, that person might have a Prius. Obama just doesn't get it. He talks about how hard it is on everyone, but he takes his extravagant vacations, plays golf ad nauseum and keeps having his command proformances at the Whitehouse while at the same time stating that we ALL feel the pain. REALLY? And to think that you libs STILL have unwavering support for that renegade. So, although I consider myself more libertarian than Republican these days, you need to check yourself before you call any other party, but yours, a joke.
I wonder how long it will take some lib to reply: Fox News, Faux News, hate radio, etc. Laughable. Don't even bother.

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Jun 17, 2011
 
General Lee wrote:
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Hey, General....I meant to say "the" libs; not "you" libs. Sorry.
miaoon

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Jun 17, 2011
 
LewHolt wrote:
<quoted text>I forgot him, sorry. But his poll numbers aren't very good at this point. Personally, i like a lot of what Libertarians stand for, but social conservatives don't like him at all.
You left Gary Johnson off the list, too. He is the other Libertarian in the race.

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Jun 17, 2011
 
Synergy wrote:
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I'm interested in Perry, too.
As far as the Republican party being a joke, you libs all sound pretty concerned. If you weren't, you wouldn't bother. Personally, I think Tweedle Dee could be Obama today. Talk about a joke. He has basically made a fool of anyone who voted for him. I can't believe you STILL support him. Astounding. He sold you all a LOAD, you bought it and NOW he is literally laughing in your faces. As I have said before, I am not saying a Republican is the answer, but Obama is most DEFINITELY NOT the answer, either.
ABC Nightly News(normally incredibly left wing) just KEEPS throwing Obama under the bus. Shocking.
For example: Obama has appointed more large campaign contributors to positions in Washington in just two years than Bush appointed in four. I know you libs will defend that, however, one of Obama's major campaign promises was that there would be NO MORE lobbyist gaining favor in HIS Whitehouse. The news just went on and on pointing out discrepencies in Obama's promises.
Did you find amusing, like Obama did, that the shovel ready jobs didn't materialize? Did you like the answer one person received when that person complained about the high cost of gas? "Get a more fuel efficient car". How arrogant and out of touch. For all Obama knew, that person might have a Prius. Obama just doesn't get it. He talks about how hard it is on everyone, but he takes his extravagant vacations, plays golf ad nauseum and keeps having his command proformances at the Whitehouse while at the same time stating that we ALL feel the pain. REALLY? And to think that you libs STILL have unwavering support for that renegade. So, although I consider myself more libertarian than Republican these days, you need to check yourself before you call any other party, but yours, a joke.
I wonder how long it will take some lib to reply: Fox News, Faux News, hate radio, etc. Laughable. Don't even bother.
+1

How is that "Hope and Change" working out for them now?

YES WE CAN!

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Jun 17, 2011
 
Bill in Dville wrote:
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How is that "Hope and Change" working out for them now?
YES WE CAN!
The worst thing is that Obama has accomplished EXACTLY what he set out to do. The libs are so gullible, they actually thought he had their best interests at heart.

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