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(Washington Post)   Juan Williams: 'Republicans need to increase their rage at the world'   (washingtonpost.com ) divider line
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2012-09-28 01:26:00 PM  
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The rage of the Republican Party is already driving voters away. I mean, there are probably quite a few voters who have reservations about President Obama, and would like to hear more about what Romney could do differently. But instead of getting real valid criticisms of President Obama, and alternatives, they hear the Republican party screaming about what a commie socialist Nazi sekrit Muslin usurper Fartbongo 0Bummer is. And then it's easy to ignore them because it's just nonsense.

And this moron wants them to go farther with that? I should send NPR a little extra for bouncing his ass.
2012-09-28 01:01:00 PM  
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Citrate1007: MFL: Juan's right on this.

Romney needs to to quit playing tit for tat with Obama's small ball campaign and get back to big issues like this if he want's to pull this out.

1. Obama's pathetic economic policies that are doing more harm than good.
2. Obama's foreign policy is in flames.
3. Obamacare being the straw that broke the camel's back of a 20th century welfare philosphy leading the largest economy in the history of the world to insolvency.

The media isn't going to cover it, they'd rather talk about new findings on Jimmy Hoffa, or Obama yukking it up on The View......while the the middle east is in flames and china positions itself for a war with Japan, and our GDP being revised down to 1.3%. So MItt's gotta make the issue, which I think he will in the debates.

But this election we're stuck with a great candidate who is a horrible president versus a horrible candidate who would probably make a decent president.

I lol'd because I think you actually believe what you are writing.


Apparently he's pissed that the president didn't start two more wars, didn't completely fix the economy after 30 years of shiatty trickle down economics and doesn't like that Obama stole Romney's idea of healthcare.
2012-09-28 12:44:23 PM  
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Citrate1007: Obama's small ball campaign


googling those words brings up derper site after derper site, you might want to step out of the echo chamber. if you can hear us....hear us...hear us...
2012-09-28 12:35:57 PM  
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alright team, we got you at a
www.myfacewhen.net
but i want to see you at a
alltheragefaces.com
2012-09-28 12:02:44 PM  
1 vote:
SCOTUS upheld it, the majority of Americans see some change as better than what exists, and the conservatives are seen as failing every time they bring it up because it means they haven't done shiat about it for 4 years. Oh and Romneycare makes it specifically difficult for their cheerleader to address.
2012-09-28 11:58:32 AM  
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republicans are at maximum outrage all the time, that is their problem. There's no scale left it's just all at 100% no matter if it is about aurgula or spicy mustard or obamacare.
2012-09-28 11:33:12 AM  
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GOP candidates used anxiety over changes to the nation's health-care system - which they derisively called "Obamacare" - to win big in the 2010 midterm elections. Earlier this year, it was conventional wisdom that Obama could not withstand the political rage against health-care reform in a general election.

This whole article is nonsense. But let me offer a thought on why it's not happening: Hypocrisy

Republicans killed the Clintons' attempt via Kemp and Dole, primarily on the basis that it lacked an individual mandate. The Republican plan, and what Romney did with MA, was born from the conservative Heritage Foundation. And you're running a candidate who established the model that was used by Obama.

But by all means, Juan, please pick at that thread. Democrats will love that.
2012-09-28 10:40:47 AM  
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I believe that when people actually found out what was IN Obamacare, they liked it. A lot. Now go back to sucking Roger Ailes cock the way he likes it, you useless little turd of a correspondent.
 
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