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I still like everything he says and finally someone who will say what needs to be said and take this Bull By the Horns before it is too late.
 

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I still like everything he says and finally someone who will say what needs to be said and take this Bull By the Horns before it is too late.
He understands Business and listening to him ,I too like what I hear.
 

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Whoever gets in has a big job cleaning up this mess,Need huge business savvy to help the small business's get up and running (We employ 8 out of 10 people)and Energy is going to be a key player as well ,China is running over us in every facet of business and has been ,since Clinton that needs stopped.
 

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Whoever gets in has a big job cleaning up this mess,Need huge business savvy to help the small business's get up and running (We employ 8 out of 10 people)and Energy is going to be a key player as well ,China is running over us in every facet of business and has been ,since Clinton that needs stopped.
He is NOT afraid to step on toes and upset the mainstream,He has my vote at least for now. Do Donald Kick Ass.
 

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Without scripted questions, an average teen-ager would kick the Kenyan's butt in a debate.
Regardless of the next president, one thing I notice here is that it will be equally important to flush much of our current congress in order to actually proceed to take back America. The mid-term "shellacking" the dems took was just the beginning of the process. Everyone from both parties who are not ready, willing and able to stand up (stay for their votes) and deliver a much leaner government must be flushed like the turds they are in order to restore the greatness of America. With nearly 1000 Federal agencies being funded these days, hundreds of which do nothing for the average taxpayer, there is so much room for reduction in government that it won't be hard at all.
 

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He is NOT afraid to step on toes and upset the mainstream,He has my vote at least for now. Do Donald Kick Ass.

You poor desperate fools are so easily smitten by a New York :cowdodo: artist con-man. Too funny :lmao1:
I can understand the desperation. What is the best best choice the Republicans are floating around..........?? Yep! Pathetic and not to promising of beating Obama. We need a solid middle of the road type Republican like Ike. An Ike is what we need.
Let's ditch the loons, hucksters and rightwingers before it is too late.
 

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You poor desperate fools are so easily smitten by a New York :cowdodo: artist con-man. Too funny :lmao1:
I can understand the desperation. What is the best best choice the Republicans are floating around..........?? Yep! Pathetic and not to promising of beating Obama. We need a solid middle of the road type Republican like Ike. An Ike is what we need.
Let's ditch the loons, hucksters and rightwingers before it is too late.

Zombie,I have been reading the political forums for some time and see your style and the others feelings about you.
Trust me I am NOT a desperate fool. Your President is the result of the internet dreamers and we have a disaster similar to Jimmy Carter which was the saddest time in my life. If you are so confused to believe have a handle on this situation and life in general,Please take two asprins and call me in the morning.:)sphss
 

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I remember a time when Zs posts made some sense. :D

He fully supports the Kenyan's reign of disaster but is worried about an actual businessman turning the economy around using tried and true business principals like spending less than you take in. hil:)

Whether it's Trump, Romney, Newt or Mickey Mouse, our nation would see an immediate improvement in virtually every area of government - and the mid-term "shellacking" was nothing but the start of this revolution to take back America and restore representative governance.
 

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I remember a time when Zs posts made some sense. :D

He fully supports the Kenyan's reign of disaster but is worried about an actual businessman turning the economy around using tried and true business principals like spending less than you take in. hil:)

Whether it's Trump, Romney, Newt or Mickey Mouse, our nation would see an immediate improvement in virtually every area of government - and the mid-term "shellacking" was nothing but the start of this revolution to take back America and restore representative governance.
Do you really believe the nonsensical shit you blabber on about?:blah::wedgie::D
 

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Whether it's Trump, Romney, Newt or Mickey Mouse, our nation would see an immediate improvement in virtually every area of government - and the mid-term "shellacking" was nothing but the start of this revolution to take back America and restore representative governance.
Why wasn't there a "shellacking" in the Senate.????

The mid terms are just that. Only 41% of elgible voters even bothered to show up. 2012 should be different. ;)

Opinion: Who Voted in 2010, and Why It Matters for 2012

So what do all these numbers tell us?

First, we have entered a time of extreme volatility in the electorate, with dramatic swings possible from one election to the next. Second, we are almost certain to see at least a slightly more Democratic-friendly electorate in 2012 as traditional members of the Democratic coalition engage again.
 

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Why wasn't there a "shellacking" in the Senate.????

The mid terms are just that. Only 41% of elgible voters even bothered to show up. 2012 should be different. ;)

Opinion: Who Voted in 2010, and Why It Matters for 2012

So what do all these numbers tell us?

First, we have entered a time of extreme volatility in the electorate, with dramatic swings possible from one election to the next. Second, we are almost certain to see at least a slightly more Democratic-friendly electorate in 2012 as traditional members of the Democratic coalition engage again.
Especially after all the help recently from Governor Walker. I have read numerous articles discussing how the working class had been moveing away from the Democratic party because they favored a more conservative social policy, but will swing back to the left thanks to the growing assault on the working class from the GOP. Many political experts are saying this is the best thing the AFL-CIO could have hoped for. Apparantly 65% of Americans think workers should have the right to collectively bargain.
 

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We, have the numbers to send that monkey back into the Chicago Sewer he crawled out of.
 

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Do you really believe the nonsensical shit you blabber on about?:blah::wedgie::D
You have absolutely no room at all to talk. Talk about bullshit. :gas:
 

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Why wasn't there a "shellacking" in the Senate.????
The "shellacking" was your MESSiah Kenyan's words, not mine!
It happened in the US Senate where the democrats lost 6 seats but you probably forgot already.
It happened in the US House where the democrats lost 63 seats and their majority was forfeited to the republicans.
Governors in the US showed an overall gain in republican representation.
At the State and local levels Republicans swept State Senates and Houses across the board with huge gains while democrats lost huge numbers
At the municipal levels across the country, Republicans also showed great gains while the democrats lost a huge number of seats.

The fact that the US Senate still has a democrat majority is only temporary. We have another "shellacking" coming in two years as the TEA Party still gathers all across America garnering strength while the democrat party along with their union support are hiding their heads from the exposure they are receiving these days.

In short Bobby, this was just the first in a number of "shellackings" your weakening party will experience. The "Tax and Spend" mentality has run it's course and America won't be doing that ever again!

When was the last democrat rally you went to lately? Thought so.
Well, gotta run! Heading to a weekend TEA Party rally again!
Don't worry, we always clean up after ourselves!


 

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Why wasn't there a "shellacking" in the Senate.????
Because there were not that many seats (esp in "battelground" states) up for re-election in the senate. As it was, the repubs did pick up seats and the Dems lost their fillibuster proof majority.
 
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