bubba131

Fernandina Beach, FL

#1 Dec 6, 2012
The Democratic party would be foolish not to nominate her in 2016.
The Obama's can do no wrong and the people love them.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#2 Dec 6, 2012
Any Black canddate will do. Hell, dependent Dems would vote for Flav-O-Flav.
on the take

Kingsland, GA

#3 Dec 6, 2012
JAY IS 100% CORRECT
NoRomney

Kingsland, GA

#4 Dec 6, 2012
bubba131 wrote:
The Democratic party would be foolish not to nominate her in 2016. The Obama's can do no wrong and the people love them.
I can't say about 2016 yet since it looks to be Hillary by a landslide, but for our recent 2012 election, Michelle Obama certainly would have trounced Mitt Romney hands down.

Republicans are going to have to step up their game if they ever want to be considered something other than a joke again (I mean come on, McCain, Palin, Bush, Cheney, Ryan, Romney and don't even get me started on the ones that ran and lost the nomination).

For the foreseeable future - 8 to 12 years out - our great nation is safely and prosperously resting in Democratic Party hands.
Redneck

Woodbine, GA

#5 Dec 6, 2012
NoRomney wrote:
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I can't say about 2016 yet since it looks to be Hillary by a landslide, but for our recent 2012 election, Michelle Obama certainly would have trounced Mitt Romney hands down.
Republicans are going to have to step up their game if they ever want to be considered something other than a joke again (I mean come on, McCain, Palin, Bush, Cheney, Ryan, Romney and don't even get me started on the ones that ran and lost the nomination).
For the foreseeable future - 8 to 12 years out - our great nation is safely and prosperously resting in Democratic Party hands.
Tell us when the prosperity begins!
the fix

Herndon, PA

#7 Dec 6, 2012
I keep hearing of a movement to get Republicans to switch parties and vote for blue dog types in the primaries, diluting the vote for the socialists.

I think it is a pretty good idea. I believe the tipping point has been reached. The only way to get a moderate or conservative in office is to run them as Democrats.
bubba131

Fernandina Beach, FL

#8 Dec 7, 2012
NoRomney wrote:
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I can't say about 2016 yet since it looks to be Hillary by a landslide, but for our recent 2012 election, Michelle Obama certainly would have trounced Mitt Romney hands down.
Republicans are going to have to step up their game if they ever want to be considered something other than a joke again (I mean come on, McCain, Palin, Bush, Cheney, Ryan, Romney and don't even get me started on the ones that ran and lost the nomination).
For the foreseeable future - 8 to 12 years out - our great nation is safely and prosperously resting in Democratic Party hands.
Nothing the Republicans can do will help. The political landscape and drastically changed and the "have-nots" now dictate elections. They are concerned only with what they can get free from the government. Welfare recipients, unemployed, ineffective government workers, union members to mention a few. These people now have the power.
Those individuals who vote for a reasonable, successful. practical candidate don't have a chance.
The "have nots" rule....
(they despise successful wealthy Republicans)...they have no problem with wealthy democrats....strange don't you think)
NoRomney

Kingsland, GA

#9 Dec 7, 2012
bubba131 wrote:
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Nothing the Republicans can do will help.
I believe you are completely correct.

The Republican Party as is cannot change.

They are both hopeless and worthless and reside in a world unto themselves. That is to say, not the world where the rest of us live.

Need evidence? It's everywhere everyday. Today, note the House of Representatives controlled by Republicans has not been at work for two days and won't return until Monday. So much for resolving the upcoming fiscal cliff and other pressing business.

Republicans will not be taken seriously by the public until they start acting like responsible adults, stop acting like obstructionist and put the good over the country over good of their party and Grover. That pretty much sums it up.
Anon

Herndon, PA

#10 Dec 7, 2012
The Republicans would rather push us over the "fiscal cliff," raise taxes on everyone, and let the military cutbacks take effect than simply agree to put the tax rate on the top 2% back where it was before Bush granted them a massive tax cut. Increasing taxes on the wealthiest is what the majorette of American voters want but the Republicans would rather take a long weekend than work on a compromise.
bubba131

Fernandina Beach, FL

#11 Dec 7, 2012
NoRomney wrote:
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I believe you are completely correct.
The Republican Party as is cannot change.
They are both hopeless and worthless and reside in a world unto themselves. That is to say, not the world where the rest of us live.
Need evidence? It's everywhere everyday. Today, note the House of Representatives controlled by Republicans has not been at work for two days and won't return until Monday. So much for resolving the upcoming fiscal cliff and other pressing business.
Republicans will not be taken seriously by the public until they start acting like responsible adults, stop acting like obstructionist and put the good over the country over good of their party and Grover. That pretty much sums it up.
You missed the point.
No party can compete with the "give away" programs that support the democratic base. Their base is only interested in the freebies from the treasury. We're talking about those on welfare (including cheats) unemployed, inefficient government worker,labor unions, and blacks who voted over 90% for Obama.
Responsible adults? Which party in office for the last 4 years has increased the deficit by TRILLIONS rather than cut like Obama promised. It was a lie 4 years ago and it still is now.
The sad thing is those who believed him for years ago still believe it..
.PT Barnum was right/
As far as taxing the rich that will bring only enough for less than 8 days of Government spending from what I read. Not much is it? Idiotic
How about cutting government programs there's over 1000 agencies. with over 2 million employees. All of whom are supported by tax dollars.
I am constantly amazed there hasn't been a taxpayer revolt....
Thats what we need
bubba131

Fernandina Beach, FL

#12 Dec 7, 2012
Anon wrote:
The Republicans would rather push us over the "fiscal cliff," raise taxes on everyone, and let the military cutbacks take effect than simply agree to put the tax rate on the top 2% back where it was before Bush granted them a massive tax cut. Increasing taxes on the wealthiest is what the majorette of American voters want but the Republicans would rather take a long weekend than work on a compromise.
No the majority of the voters don't want that.... Only the drains on the treasury want that.
By the way why do you despise successful wealthy republicans and not wealthy democrats like Soros?
on the take

Kingsland, GA

#13 Dec 7, 2012
I CALL THIS SHIT THE BLAME GAME

Every person up there needs to grow up,and for anyone to blame 1 side or the other I hat to be the person to tell ya its every POS up there and you know it they know it.
anon

Kingsland, GA

#14 Dec 7, 2012
The original post was on Michelle Obama in 2016. And as such you kids are way off topic.

My 2-cents is that right now, Republicans and Teapublicans have absolutely nobody of her qualifications or charisma that could beat her. Remember Romney only ran because he had access to more money than any other Republican on the planet, not that he ever actually had a chance in hell of ever winning.

So yea, if Dems run Michelle, she'll win.

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