Broken Democracy: Republicans Poised ...

Broken Democracy: Republicans Poised to Take Senate, Americans Reject Their Platform

There are 8 comments on the Truthdig story from Feb 6, 2014, titled Broken Democracy: Republicans Poised to Take Senate, Americans Reject Their Platform. In it, Truthdig reports that:

A lot of political analysts think it is entirely possible that the Republicans will take the senate next November.

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wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Feb 6, 2014
They will, done deal.everyone will now vote for them.
immigraniada

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Feb 6, 2014
yeah suuuure,now tell us the other joke about They are trying to put Mitt Rommey to run for president again,just because the GOP doesn't have any less credible puppet in stock at the moment(that one is even funnier) hahahaha
http://youtu.be/aKpgb2WrGo0
wild child wrote:
They will, done deal.everyone will now vote for them.
foster

Ashburn, VA

#3 Feb 6, 2014
Not so says their 9% approval rating.

The current GOP rate is worse than when the GOP exposed Romney to humiliation and defeat in 2012
wild child wrote:
They will, done deal.everyone will now vote for them.
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Feb 6, 2014
Watch and learn, rommney is not running.they take the senate back.work on a pesident later, too soon yet.but for sure no amnesty and then its all over.till we get a new president.we may never eben talk about it again just enforce laws.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#5 Feb 6, 2014
Why would the American voters allowed themselves to be punished by voting for the GOP to take both houses?
wild child

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Feb 6, 2014
We like them better than democrats.after everything obama put us through, we vote republican.I never voted for obama.we want closed borders.
Reality Check

Jacksonville, FL

#7 Feb 8, 2014
wild child wrote:
We like them better than democrats.after everything obama put us through, we vote republican.I never voted for obama.we want closed borders.
That is why I feel a deep sorrow for those who support politics that serves the interest of the few regardless they may be a number of the many.
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#8 Feb 8, 2014
Reality Check wrote:
<quoted text> That is why I feel a deep sorrow for those who support politics that serves the interest of the few regardless they may be a number of the many.
I agree. The majority were foolish enough to believe the promises of "change" and "transparent government". This is what happens when people vote the way the media tells them they should rather than actually learning what the candidates stand for, what their background is and who is financing them.

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