The difference today is those of us middle class Republicans left home to make it on our own and don't need a parent anymore to help take care of us. And that does not matter whehter you are white, black, brown, blue, or purple. If so, why the record year for African Americans putting their hat in the ring to run as what? Republicans.anouncement to all, the republican is the one signing the checks, the guy working for a living, although he/she may not consider themselves democrats, they're not republicans. All the **** about guns gays and abortions are distractions. It's difficult for republicans to convince folks to vote in favor of rich white guyism, so they lay the rest of this nonsense on you, wake up.
See, we feel that it is our job to take care of our family even after we leave home. Not expecting the government to cover mom and put her in a home at the cost of the taxpayers. Did mom do that for us growing up, most of us remember mom and dad taking care of grandpa and grandma.
The difference today is those of us middle class Republicans know there is always opportunity, and I would relish the opportunity to work for a rich man and pass that knowledge down to my family and work hard to get to a point that I am comfortable in life.
Obama said it himself. How much is enough? See, the problem is the Dems tell us we need to give up more. But what are they doing personally? Do you see Nancy on the airplane with you when flying between DC and SF? No, she has her own airplane that we are paying for. Do you see Al Gore living in a home off the grid like Bear? No, he just bought another multi-million dollar home on the coast to compliment his many other homes. And the 3K watt solar system on his primary house is not enough to power my measly 1500 sq foot home, much less HIS 10K sq foot home. Did Obama give his own family a step up when he made his millions before becoming President of the United States?
No, the Democratic Party is all about pointing fingers at other people. I didn't vote for Obama to come into office and spend money like he can just print more of it. I voted for him cause he said he would change Washington. I believed that. Because it didn't matter what he did or was doing, it was about what he was saying. Not voting that way anymore.
Bush didn't get up there and point fingers at Clinton for not taking Osama Bin Laden out when he had a chance, or placing blame where it really should be placed with Rumsfield and the hawks. He went in there with the approval of just about every single American who was glued to the TV during shock and awe coverage with Wolf Blitzer. But the decession was made, not just by him, it was made by congress who really had the same information he had. Did he blame them? No, he let them point fingers and say he lied. No, he made a huge mistake, but so did everyone else in DC, and every single one of us wanting payback. And when you make a mistake, you do what you can to correct it, not point fingers at everyone.
I don't want to hear about everyone pointing fingers at everyone else anymore. Democrats have full control to fix the problems. They used that control to only add to the problems.