Democratic leader consoles Wisconsin party after recall

Jun 9, 2012 Full story: Reuters 44

Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz rallied Wisconsin Democrats holding their state convention this weekend, urging them to regroup after a failed attempt to recall the state's Republican governor.

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“Get RIGHT or be left”

Since: Nov 07

www.dreamindemon.com

#23 Jun 10, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
Romney's lack of foreign policy stances disturbing
In short, he has no significant foreign policy experience. None at all. And his policy pronouncements have been disturbing.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi...
Really? You post an article from San Francisco and expect people to think it is credible???

Oh, wait a minute, of course YOU would!

You hate anything and anyone not uber-liberal. Your thinking and emotional state are soooooo stable!

For instance, you opined "In short, he has no significant foreign policy experience. None at all. And his policy pronouncements have been disturbing."

Who else, that was elected to POTUS in 2008, did we say this about but people like you ignored it?

Hmmmmm, what is his name....Hussein Sotoro! Or something like that.

Seriously, EXACTLY how much "foreign policy experience" did Obama have before he became POTUS???

But when it comes to another candidate who has far more executive experience than your partisan favorite, you ignore your candidates shortcomings and try and cast doubt on Romney for that?

Liberals....they are SO funny!(and hypocritical!)
holtzhog

Olive Branch, MS

#24 Jun 10, 2012
These democrats sacrifice themselves like samurai......Wasserman it's over!!!!

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#25 Jun 10, 2012
Awww. The poor little 25th in the world math and science teachers. Awwwww. There there.
Cat74

United States

#26 Jun 10, 2012
Of course, the Wisconsin Democrats need consoling. Democrats had a rude awakening in Wisconsin last week. They have been telling each other the November election was in the bag. All Obama had to do was show up, and give his victory speech. Now reality has set in, the truth is out, and it is time to work to try to win this thing, or practice his concession speech. Romney will likely win this thing. Americans are not in the mood for any more fairy tales. I think it is too late for the President to do what has to be done to win. We need tax cuts, and fewer regulations. We need to repeal the Healthcare debacle, but the S C will do that.
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#27 Jun 10, 2012
Obama and Romney decided to have an ice fishing contest in Wisconsin rather than debate.

On the first day out, Romney caught 20 fish and Obama caught nothing. Obama's handlers gave the boss encouragement and told him he would do better tomorrow.

The next day out, Romney caught 30 fish and, again, Obama caught nothing. His handlers were furious. They told Obama Romney must be cheating, and tomorrow they were going to catch him at it and expose him as a cheat.

About half way through the third and final day, Obama's handlers drug the press out onto the ice to show that Romney was cheating, and they had the goods on him.

David Axelrod gathered the press around the fishing site and said, "See, we told you Romney was cheating. Look, he cut a hole in the ice."

“Old 16th Graveyard hole”

Since: Nov 11

Philadelphia, PA

#28 Jun 11, 2012
They trotted out the excuse (really has any one party ever had so many excuses for their failures?) that Walker got more money, blamed the Citizens United ruling for his getting that extra money, yet failed to explain how that ruling actually garnered Walker more money. That's because they can't. Most of Walker's money came from private individuals, a practice that has been legal for 40 or more years. The one we actually DID benefit from the Citizens United ruling was the Dem. contender. HE got around 3 Million from the Unions, money that before the Citizens United ruling would have been illegal. So much for that little bit of misinformation constantly being spread by the DNC.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

United States

#30 Jun 11, 2012



Bwahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!! !




Cat74

Westmont, IL

#31 Jun 11, 2012
Democrats have an excuse for their every failure, and it is never their fault. That little ploy is wearing thin. Americans see right through it, and more, and more are choosing the other party to vote for in every election. Elections are notgames. We need to field better candidates.

“Get RIGHT or be left”

Since: Nov 07

www.dreamindemon.com

#32 Jun 11, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
Romney's lack of foreign policy stances disturbing
In short, he has no significant foreign policy experience. None at all. And his policy pronouncements have been disturbing.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi...
I am sure it just "slipped your mind"...

...but you never answered any of my questions from post #23.

We are looking for your enlightened wisdom!
posse galore

Greeley, CO

#34 Jun 11, 2012
Bluebonnets-Thistle wrote:
"Wah, boo hoo, he stole the election!" And now Gov. Walker will probably start a big storm, wipe out all the poor people, have a secret hideaway where he'll rule the New Wisconin order........
Give us a break, dems.
You forgot his secret hide-away inside a hollowed-out volcano, his laser cannon in orbit and his albino side-kick with a killer bowler hat made of steel!

Dems are basically communist-lite. They act and think like a mob... because they are one. GroupThink is their only reality and right now they are upset because so many people in Wisconsin see their shallow, empty brains and are disgusted with their lynch-mob mentality.

Since: Jan 10

Las Vegas, NV

#35 Jun 11, 2012
Democratic National Committee Chairhoney Debbie Wasserman Schultz need some options to put things back together after thier WI disaster. Here's some:

1. Blame Bush.
2. Turn gay.
3. Raise taxes.
4. Appeal to the U.N.
5. Make another jobs proposal.
6. Hope obama has a secret weapon.
Cat74

Mchenry, IL

#37 Jun 11, 2012
If they have to be consoled after a little loss like the recall, can you imagine how despondent they will be on November 7th?

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#38 Jun 12, 2012
Pileup at the White House
By Dana Milbank, Published: June 11

It has been a Junius Horribilis for President Obama.

Job growth has stalled, the Democrats have been humiliated in Wisconsin, the attorney general is facing a contempt-of-Congress citation, talks with Pakistan have broken down, Bill Clinton is contradicting Obama, Mitt Romney is outraising him, Democrats and Republicans alike are complaining about a “cascade” of national-security leaks from his administration, and he is now on record as saying that the “private sector is doing fine.”

Private Jobs Down 4.6M From 2008; Fed Jobs Up 11.4%...

NET WORTH OF AMERICAN FAMILY FALLS 40% IN 3 YEARS...
conservative crapola

Quakertown, PA

#39 Jun 12, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
dumbo's mumbo jumbo
PATRIOT

San Antonio, TX

#40 Jun 12, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
Romney's lack of foreign policy stances disturbing
In short, he has no significant foreign policy experience. None at all. And his policy pronouncements have been disturbing.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi...
Here's an Obama "foreign policy pronouncement" from his book, "Audacity of Hope": And I quote, "I will stand with the Muslims should the 'political' winds shift in an ugly direction."
Cat74

Palatine, IL

#41 Jun 12, 2012
OMG, but it is true. His allegiance is not with America.
conservative crapola

Quakertown, PA

#42 Jun 12, 2012
PATRIOT wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's an Obama "foreign policy pronouncement" from his book, "Audacity of Hope": And I quote, "I will stand with the Muslims should the 'political' winds shift in an ugly direction."
He invoked that right after ordering the killing bin laden and the rest of them, right? Sleep well.
conservative crapola

Quakertown, PA

#43 Jun 12, 2012
Jeff T in MPLS wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? You post an article from San Francisco and expect people to think it is credible???
Oh, wait a minute, of course YOU would!
You hate anything and anyone not uber-liberal. Your thinking and emotional state are soooooo stable!
For instance, you opined "In short, he has no significant foreign policy experience. None at all. And his policy pronouncements have been disturbing."
Who else, that was elected to POTUS in 2008, did we say this about but people like you ignored it?
Hmmmmm, what is his name....Hussein Sotoro! Or something like that.
Seriously, EXACTLY how much "foreign policy experience" did Obama have before he became POTUS???
But when it comes to another candidate who has far more executive experience than your partisan favorite, you ignore your candidates shortcomings and try and cast doubt on Romney for that?
Liberals....they are SO funny!(and hypocritical!)
You expect me quote from the fux news lairs club to appease you?

Bwahahahahahahaha
conservative crapola

Quakertown, PA

#44 Jun 12, 2012
Jeff T in MPLS wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? You post an article from San Francisco and expect people to think it is credible???
Oh, wait a minute, of course YOU would!
You hate anything and anyone not uber-liberal. Your thinking and emotional state are soooooo stable!
For instance, you opined "In short, he has no significant foreign policy experience. None at all. And his policy pronouncements have been disturbing."
Who else, that was elected to POTUS in 2008, did we say this about but people like you ignored it?
Hmmmmm, what is his name....Hussein Sotoro! Or something like that.
Seriously, EXACTLY how much "foreign policy experience" did Obama have before he became POTUS???
But when it comes to another candidate who has far more executive experience than your partisan favorite, you ignore your candidates shortcomings and try and cast doubt on Romney for that?
Liberals....they are SO funny!(and hypocritical!)
'Who else, that was elected to POTUS in 2008, did we say this about but people like you ignored it?'

Obama has proven to be tops in foreign policy and a tough defender of America. It just gripes the cons that he's taken this issue away from them as they sat back and had to watch his orders to the troops to do what GW Failure couldn't....."I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important."

You cons are hilarious and foreign policy wimps.

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#45 Jun 12, 2012
PANIC! Ex-Clinton advisors warn of 'impossible headwind' for Dems...

Former aides to President Bill Clinton are calling for a dramatic shift in their party's economic message before the November election, warning of an "impossible headwind in November," if they continue on their current path.

The two political operations — Clinton and Obama — have never seen eye-to-eye, and now some of the top voices of the Democratic 1990s have shifted into open criticism of a political operation they cast as overly negative and reactive, and failing to offer a positive set of plans for the economy.

Oh my, more leaks………at least their not national secrets this time.

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