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When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?

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http://www.policymic.com/articles/11219/mitt-romney-foreign-policy-team-17-of-24-advisors-are-bush-neocons

knothead

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PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?

When the right wingers stop laying all the blame on our President . . . he's made mistakes, we all know that but the right wing does not want to be reminded of the absolute disaster Bush left him to clean up. When will the right wing recognize the legacy of Bush . . . . America will never or can never forget.

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why doesn't the democratically controled congress ever get any blame for "leaving a mess"?

knothead

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PkrBum wrote:why doesn't the democratically controled congress ever get any blame for "leaving a mess"?


Again I say, the 'mess' which I describe as a standoff is the direct result of the obfuscation of the GOP, it will get resolved, perhaps only after we run over the cliff but Grover Norquist does not represent America or the American interests. The citizens of this nation see the GOP for what it is today, not yesterday, and it is my belief and hope that President Obama will be re-elected. If so, the extreme element of the GOP can decide to either learn a new word (compromise) or become extinct. They are on the wrong side of practically every issue. Perhaps I am wrong but I just do not think so.

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i'm not going to defend the right... but to think they somehow are solely to blame is naive and blindly partisan. hell... people at the dnc are calling for "profits" to be illegal. lol... and people wonder why they are called socialists?

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Lurch wrote:http://www.policymic.com/articles/11219/mitt-romney-foreign-policy-team-17-of-24-advisors-are-bush-neocons

Your point?

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knothead wrote:
PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?

When the right wingers stop laying all the blame on our President . . . he's made mistakes, we all know that but the right wing does not want to be reminded of the absolute disaster Bush left him to clean up. When will the right wing recognize the legacy of Bush . . . . America will never or can never forget.

The POTUS has blamed Bush his entire time in office.

knothead

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PkrBum wrote:i'm not going to defend the right... but to think they somehow are solely to blame is naive and blindly partisan. hell... people at the dnc are calling for "profits" to be illegal. lol... and people wonder why they are called socialists?


pkr, you are too honest to even use that line . . . that is not representative of what the Democratic Party stands for . . . .I know you, enjoy your posts and know you are way out on a limb here.

VectorMan

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knothead wrote:
PkrBum wrote:why doesn't the democratically controled congress ever get any blame for "leaving a mess"?


Again I say, the 'mess' which I describe as a standoff is the direct result of the obfuscation of the GOP, it will get resolved, perhaps only after we run over the cliff but Grover Norquist does not represent America or the American interests. The citizens of this nation see the GOP for what it is today, not yesterday, and it is my belief and hope that President Obama will be re-elected. If so, the extreme element of the GOP can decide to either learn a new word (compromise) or become extinct. They are on the wrong side of practically every issue. Perhaps I am wrong but I just do not think so.

Waste your vote if you want to. Obama is the dirt I scrape from my shoe. Not worth any of my consideration. He made his bed. Now let him LIE in it.

Compromise my ass. Why don't you try reading and researching for yourself. If you really want this guy for another 4 years you must be in the 1%. LOL

knothead

knothead
VectorMan wrote:
knothead wrote:
PkrBum wrote:why doesn't the democratically controled congress ever get any blame for "leaving a mess"?


Again I say, the 'mess' which I describe as a standoff is the direct result of the obfuscation of the GOP, it will get resolved, perhaps only after we run over the cliff but Grover Norquist does not represent America or the American interests. The citizens of this nation see the GOP for what it is today, not yesterday, and it is my belief and hope that President Obama will be re-elected. If so, the extreme element of the GOP can decide to either learn a new word (compromise) or become extinct. They are on the wrong side of practically every issue. Perhaps I am wrong but I just do not think so.

Waste your vote if you want to. Obama is the dirt I scrape from my shoe. Not worth any of my consideration. He made his bed. Now let him LIE in it.

Compromise my ass. Why don't you try reading and researching for yourself. If you really want this guy for another 4 years you must be in the 1%. LOL


You can stay on the bus as it goes over the cliff but I prefer otherwise.

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knothead wrote:
VectorMan wrote:
knothead wrote:
PkrBum wrote:why doesn't the democratically controled congress ever get any blame for "leaving a mess"?


Again I say, the 'mess' which I describe as a standoff is the direct result of the obfuscation of the GOP, it will get resolved, perhaps only after we run over the cliff but Grover Norquist does not represent America or the American interests. The citizens of this nation see the GOP for what it is today, not yesterday, and it is my belief and hope that President Obama will be re-elected. If so, the extreme element of the GOP can decide to either learn a new word (compromise) or become extinct. They are on the wrong side of practically every issue. Perhaps I am wrong but I just do not think so.

Waste your vote if you want to. Obama is the dirt I scrape from my shoe. Not worth any of my consideration. He made his bed. Now let him LIE in it.

Compromise my ass. Why don't you try reading and researching for yourself. If you really want this guy for another 4 years you must be in the 1%. LOL


You can stay on the bus as it goes over the cliff but I prefer otherwise.

Obama is the cliff.

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knothead wrote:
PkrBum wrote:why doesn't the democratically controled congress ever get any blame for "leaving a mess"?


Again I say, the 'mess' which I describe as a standoff is the direct result of the obfuscation of the GOP, it will get resolved, perhaps only after we run over the cliff but Grover Norquist does not represent America or the American interests. The citizens of this nation see the GOP for what it is today, not yesterday, and it is my belief and hope that President Obama will be re-elected. If so, the extreme element of the GOP can decide to either learn a new word (compromise) or become extinct. They are on the wrong side of practically every issue. Perhaps I am wrong but I just do not think so.

Wrong answer. The Dems no nothing of compromise. Just look at the Affordable Health Care Act and see how it was passed- reconciliation.

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PACEDOG#1 wrote:
Lurch wrote:http://www.policymic.com/articles/11219/mitt-romney-foreign-policy-team-17-of-24-advisors-are-bush-neocons

Your point?
I really didn't expect you to get it..It's over your head..

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Lurch wrote:
PACEDOG#1 wrote:
Lurch wrote:http://www.policymic.com/articles/11219/mitt-romney-foreign-policy-team-17-of-24-advisors-are-bush-neocons

Your point?
I really didn't expect you to get it..It's over your head..

Your point will be exiting stage left on Jan 20th, 2013.

2seaoat


It is the issues folks. I hate Romney. I have not hide my feelings, but I hate the issues which are not being addressed by Congress. How can any thinking American think that we can fight two wars and give tax breaks? I remember in the mid 1950s being in Cub Scouts and doing a paper drive. I remember listening to my parents and grandparents talking about rationing during WWII as Americans were sacrificing. I remember how this nation saved the world and had a debt ratio to GDP that was much worse than today. No, as much as each of us hate Obama or Romney.......we cannot hate each other and the issues that we all agree. Why do politicians and public servants get the security of health care and pensions, and the average americans have seen their world crash? We really do need to define our mutual goals and get something accomplished. President Obama has not been faultless, but to go back to crazy policies which have virtually destroyed America is simply not the right direction, and to put the fate of this nation in the hands of Mitt Romney......pure insanity.

I posted something a few days ago about the fervor I am seeing in the support of the President. In two weeks at the end of September we will finally see polls which probably matter. The President is going to win over 300 electoral votes.

Margin Call

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PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?

The consultants crafting the political narratives realize most people don't understand the game of politics: the truth is often an irrelevant means to an end. Rather, the electorate seems to only recognize insincerity and mendacity when exhibited by the opposing political party, leaving a wide margin of error for political messaging. This is why Obama can blame Bush for everything and Paul Ryan can offer up the most grandiose of lies. My advice: turn off your TV and stop reading the news for the next two months...go to the beach or something.

othershoe1030

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PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?
Absolutely correct, Bush is not running for office, it's the Guy from Wall Street. Oh great! That will fix things.
We don't need to run against Bush we've got Romney/Ryan, that'll work.

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othershoe1030 wrote:
PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?
Absolutely correct, Bush is not running for office, it's the Guy from Wall Street. Oh great! That will fix things.
We don't need to run against Bush we've got Romney/Ryan, that'll work.

BHO is a PROVEN failure. What is your Plan B? Give BHO another term and keep your toes crossed that he isn't lying this time around? It's a crying shame this election comes down to two very poor choices particularly when one of the choices (BHO) has already shown he is not up to the task.

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nochain wrote:
othershoe1030 wrote:
PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?
Absolutely correct, Bush is not running for office, it's the Guy from Wall Street. Oh great! That will fix things.
We don't need to run against Bush we've got Romney/Ryan, that'll work.

BHO is a PROVEN failure. What is your Plan B? Give BHO another term and keep your toes crossed that he isn't lying this time around? It's a crying shame this election comes down to two very poor choices particularly when one of the choices (BHO) has already shown he is not up to the task.

That's how FAR off this country has gotten...REWARD failure with another four years and PUNISH those that are successful...

2seaoat


That's how FAR off this country has gotten...REWARD failure with another four years and PUNISH those that are successful...

What is successful about giving more tax breaks to the wealthy and piling five trillion more debt on the American middle class. What failed policies got us here. You want to double down on trickle down......and call trickle down successful. It was not, and I was the strongest supporter of the same for twenty years. There is nothing successful about a path which gives tax breaks to the wealthy and creates bigger deficits.

othershoe1030

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nochain wrote:
othershoe1030 wrote:
PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?
Absolutely correct, Bush is not running for office, it's the Guy from Wall Street. Oh great! That will fix things.
We don't need to run against Bush we've got Romney/Ryan, that'll work.

BHO is a PROVEN failure. What is your Plan B? Give BHO another term and keep your toes crossed that he isn't lying this time around? It's a crying shame this election comes down to two very poor choices particularly when one of the choices (BHO) has already shown he is not up to the task.
He's accomplished quite a lot but the right doesn't want to acknowledge any of it. We like the direction he wants to take the country. We don't think tax cuts for billionaires will fix anything, create more jobs here at home or make us feel safer. Romney has no new ideas. He may have a lot of money but when it comes to ideas he is bankrupt.

othershoe1030

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newswatcher wrote:
nochain wrote:
othershoe1030 wrote:
PACEDOG#1 wrote:When will you folks ever take responsibility for anything?
Absolutely correct, Bush is not running for office, it's the Guy from Wall Street. Oh great! That will fix things.
We don't need to run against Bush we've got Romney/Ryan, that'll work.

BHO is a PROVEN failure. What is your Plan B? Give BHO another term and keep your toes crossed that he isn't lying this time around? It's a crying shame this election comes down to two very poor choices particularly when one of the choices (BHO) has already shown he is not up to the task.

That's how FAR off this country has gotten...REWARD failure with another four years and PUNISH those that are successful...
Letting people have a shot at improving their lives by going to college or starting their own business is not exactly rewarding failure. Those are the kinds of programs the Democrats are talking about. Head Start rewards failure by giving 4 year olds a pre-K experience? What?

Floridatexan

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2seaoat wrote:It is the issues folks. I hate Romney. I have not hide my feelings, but I hate the issues which are not being addressed by Congress. How can any thinking American think that we can fight two wars and give tax breaks? I remember in the mid 1950s being in Cub Scouts and doing a paper drive. I remember listening to my parents and grandparents talking about rationing during WWII as Americans were sacrificing. I remember how this nation saved the world and had a debt ratio to GDP that was much worse than today. No, as much as each of us hate Obama or Romney.......we cannot hate each other and the issues that we all agree. Why do politicians and public servants get the security of health care and pensions, and the average americans have seen their world crash? We really do need to define our mutual goals and get something accomplished. President Obama has not been faultless, but to go back to crazy policies which have virtually destroyed America is simply not the right direction, and to put the fate of this nation in the hands of Mitt Romney......pure insanity.

I posted something a few days ago about the fervor I am seeing in the support of the President. In two weeks at the end of September we will finally see polls which probably matter. The President is going to win over 300 electoral votes.

I'm with you on this one, Seaoat. Why is it so hard for certain people to see? Romney's basically using the same advisors Bush used and spewing the party line...and I think this is key: He has to lie, and although he's had plenty of practice, it's usually not that public. Maybe that's the reason he always looks so uncomfortable. (DUH)

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[quote="othershoe1030"][quote="newswatcher"][quote="nochain"][quote="othershoe1030"]
PACEDOG#1 wrote:Head Start rewards failure by giving 4 year olds a pre-K experience? What?[/color]

Probably not the best example you could have picked:

"A report published by the Department of Health and Human Services found that the $150 billion that taxpayers have “invested” in Head Start since 1965 is yielding zero lasting benefits for participating children."

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