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    Isn't it digusting?

    How little republicans value life, and Americans?

    So you have the most under achieving congress in history during one of most historical times of need.

    You have a Presidential candidate who is trying to gain political points off the blood of an Ambassador before his body was cold.

    A vice president candidate who prefers Americans die instead of Afgahni's for their country.

    The republican party knowing eventually they would extend the debt ceiling held america hostage causing further decline and market instability.

    The republican congress who failed to pass a farm bill until it was too late.

    A republican congress that holds the middle class tax cut that both sides agree upon hostage to a tax cut for millionaires.

    A republican party that has had member after member utter racist comments. To their credit that person loses the race BUT the fact that they feel comfortable saying those things.

    A republican party that tried to deny the basic rights of Americans to vote just to win the office because they are positive nobody is buying what they are selling except the low information racist. A process that has been overturned just about every time it has faced a court challenge.

    It is disgusting this red party in America. I think you have to be a unpatriotic america hater or a complete and utter moron to support this party.

    So what say all of you? What turns your stomach about the republican party? I left off their hate based groups that they refer to as faith because tbqh it has never been about that for me.


    BTW this is not a baiting thread. If you identify as republican or defend their ideology I could give two flying fucks what you think and do not need your opinion here.
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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    The day that congress regulates itself with term limits is the day America will be restored again.

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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    I cannot disagree with that sentiment. I think it should be structured so they can not earn a retirement unless they provide 20 years government service and then the amount will be based on highest three years just the the military. Except i would include term limits for both senate and congress. Two terms in Senate and four terms in congress. That could still allow for career politicians but disallow the fiefdoms created by seniority.
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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    Well, it's the GOP and its supporters that don't value life but eagerly call themselves Christians. They're nowhere to be found when Iraqis, Libyans, Syrians (now) die. They're totally fine with political points being scored over our ambassador's death. I can somewhat see Romney jumping on it; he was falling behind in the polls and needed to grab onto something to stay afloat. The thing is: the GOP doesn't have a bullshit filter and has that "Reality Bubble" that Bill Maher talks about, where facts don't matter and don't exist.

    They're soulless, heartless people with no compunction. Bush has been asked numerous times about the Iraq choice and do you know how this dolt answers critics? "History will judge me kindly." Great. We'll all be dead before we can judge his mistake.

    The GOP's cruel, inhumane outlook was why Romney pivoted from being a robot with no emotions to all of a sudden giving a damn about ordinary Americans during the debate.

    All I can say is that time heals all. Out with the old, in with the new. This hardcore, insensitive platform just doesn't have an audience for people, say, this side of 70.
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    Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve.
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    The thing I can't get over is their approach to the budget. It's such an obvious dog and pony show. Their overall answer is to cut programs that are really only a drop in the bucket with respect to the entire budget/deficit.

    It's like being tasked with demolishing a building on a city block and then going out and taking a sledgehammer to the parking meter out in front until it's destroyed.

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    That and the major initiatives are exactly what Bush did and the results are in -- Bush's policies sucked even if we NEVER have a recession of epic proportions.

    I just can't fathom folks I see as somewhat intelligent not grasping those facts clearly. There are a thousand things I would do differently than Obama BUT I would go back to Bush policies saying we need a new direction. That is just the epitome of ignorance to me.
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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    Isn't it disgusting ....

    That the current admin and their apologists

    Try to lay blame on others

    Read Woodward's book Price of Politics

    About the CURRENT Pres. Failures as a leader

    Two years of full Monty govt.

    Isn't disgusting that the only tone the Dems have is anger and name calling

    Isn't it disgusting

    That Ambasador Stevens was murdered and the admin can't get their internal story str8 and is more concerned about whose to blame (not us)

    Isn't it disgusting

    That the Predident thinks he was "too polite" in debate 1

    Rather than take ownership of his listless whining

    Isn't it disgusting

    That rather than build consensus on a bipartisan basis

    He instead cocoons himself with Chicago head nodders and thugs

    More isn't it disgusting to come I have no doubt

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    Neither party nor any partisan group has a claim on being competent or honorable. The entire government is shameful.

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    back in 1994 when Republicans took the House back with their Contract with America...one of the major planks was terms limits- that's all you heard during the 94 campaign season- then, after they won, you didn't hear them utter the word again or since- they only want to limit Democrat's terms....

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    The Republicans are all about themselves.

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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    This morning on Chris Mathews' show, Andrew Sullivan made a point. He said that someone (the President? or the moderator?) should ask Mitt what the difference between his policies & W's policies would be........Sullivan said probably NADA. If Romney will ever answer

    Still waiting in another thread for Romney followers to avail us of their reasons for following him, instead of trying to hijack threads by bashing the President & his backers....

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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lestatnj View Post
    This morning on Chris Mathews' show, Andrew Sullivan made a point. He said that someone (the President? or the moderator?) should ask Mitt what the difference between his policies & W's policies would be........Sullivan said probably NADA. If Romney will ever answer

    Still waiting in another thread for Romney followers to avail us of their reasons for following him, instead of trying to hijack threads by bashing the President & his backers....
    false premise

    but if so, mitt should ask obama how his policies differ from jimmy carter - shitty middle east sitch, horrible economy, etc.

    as for romney followers, there's a total less than the # of fingers on one of your hands - just call us individually

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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    During the town hall a citizen should ask Mitt Romney that since he has held every position on every issue what person will raise his hand for the office and how long will that person stay of the same beliefs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    During the town hall a citizen should ask Mitt Romney that since he has held every position on every issue what person will raise his hand for the office and how long will that person stay of the same beliefs?
    I'm gonna ask Barack Obama why his campaign raison d'etre which was so different, so compelling and so supportable

    has morphed into politics of personal destruction - and being in bed with lobbyists - and lack of transparency - and more

    then if I can, I will ask him just what the fuck IS his story on the Libyan terror attacks - why he started and stuck with the bullshit narrative about a video being the cause

    then i will ask him if he thinks that promising goodies to voting blocs is a good thing

    then perhaps I will ask him if he thinks that Joe Biden interrupting his debate opponent almost 100x is a good thing in terms of political discourse - and would he teach his girls to do so?

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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    Roosevelt had a message for Obama back in 1936. In 1936, Roosevelt was fighting to build recovery from the Depression, and was frequently accused by Republicans of being a Socialist "like Lenin." Unemployment was getting better as a result of the New Deal, but was still at 14 percent.



    Let me warn you and let me warn the nation against the smooth evasion which says, “Of course we believe all these things; we believe in social security; we believe in work for the unemployed; we believe in saving homes. Cross our hearts and hope to die, we believe in all these things; but we do not like the way the present Administration is doing them. Just turn them over to us. We will do all of them—we will do more of them, we will do them better; and, most important of all, the doing of them will not cost anybody anything.

    But, my friends, these evaders are banking too heavily on the shortness of our memories. No one will forget that they had their golden opportunity—twelve long years of it.

    Remember, too, that the first essential of doing a job well is to want to see the job done. Make no mistake about this: The Republican leadership today is not against the way we have done the job. The Republican leadership is against the job’s being done.


    Read more http://www.newyorker.com/online/blog...#ixzz29KJi8jA8
    Credit to Jon Stewart's show. who made me aware of this speech.

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    ^^^Bravo, Franklin!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chance1 View Post
    That the current admin and their apologists

    Try to lay blame on others
    Who is blaming others? Republicans blame everyone but themselves.

    Read Woodward's book Price of Politics
    Mostly nonsense.

    About the CURRENT Pres. Failures as a leader
    What failures? I keep reading about this claim but have NOT seen any proof for it.

    Two years of full Monty govt.
    http://whatthefuckhasobamadonesofar.com/

    And I think this is a good site to refer to and see what he has done, including passing financial reform.

    Isn't disgusting that the only tone the Dems have is anger and name calling

    Isn't it disgusting
    Isn't it disgusting that republicans are in fact the one who are angry and name calling towards a President they hated from day one? Isn't it disgusting republicans haven't come with a working economic or tax plan? Isn't it disgusting Republicans are trying to throw away voter registrations and prevent people from voting? Isn't it disgusting republicans are engaging in state wide voter fraud in Florida? These claims HAVE SUBSTANCE.

    That Ambasador Stevens was murdered and the admin can't get their internal story str8 and is more concerned about whose to blame (not us)
    Isn't it disgusting how Republicans are trying to score some political points with his tragedy? They did get their internal story straightt. So oh puh-lease.

    Republicans arguments are a three legged stool... like their self destructive tax and economic plan.

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    Re: Isn't it digusting?

    Republicans will say anything and do anything to attain more power.
    They are all about selfishness, power and control. And nothing more.
    Their one and only concern is getting what they want. Period. Nothing else matters.
    In fact the foundation of their entire ideology is selfishness.
    They attract selfish people to their party with a vague promise of some kind of gain.

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    Well have way too many emotional rebuttals in here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by chance1 View Post
    I'm gonna ask Barack Obama why his campaign raison d'etre which was so different, so compelling and so supportable has morphed into politics of personal destruction - and being in bed with lobbyists - and lack of transparency - and more
    What has changed about the raison d'etre of the Obama campaign?

    What is it about Americans working together to build a better society that is so "personally destructive?" Is this the same Republican logic as banning gay marriage because it makes straight marriage so much less valuable? If people cooperate to build a better America, does that mean I am worthless as an individual?

    What lobbyists is Obama in bed with? Obama is the only president in history to ban lobbyists from federal advisory committees. He is the only president in history to ban his staff from working as lobbyists for years after their service in his administration. He has returned campaign contributions when they were discovered to have come from lobbyists.

    This president has been the most aggressively anti-lobbyist of any president in history. And yet, you somehow see that antagonism for lobbyists as support.



    Quote Originally Posted by chance1 View Post
    then if I can, I will ask him just what the fuck IS his story on the Libyan terror attacks - why he started and stuck with the bullshit narrative about a video being the cause
    Your obsession with the deaths of four diplomats in Libya fascinates me.

    It does not bother you that >4,000 Americans died in Iraq because of GWB's massive failures of intelligence and personal lies. It does not bother you that he still has never given us an explanation for why that war was started, and why it was so necessary for so many people to die.

    It does not bother you that 12 Americans died in embassy bombings in 1998 in Dar Es Salam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya because Clinton's intelligence failed to predict that terrorist attacks were coming, and embassy security was inadequate to stop them when they did.

    It does not bother you that 241 Americans died in Lebanon in 1983 because Reagan failed to have adequate security in place to protect an obvious American military target from terrorists.

    It does not bother you that the American embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan was burnt to the ground in 1979 by an angry mob because Carter failed to provide enough security to protect it from a riot.

    It does not bother you that FDR's security at the American embassy in Rome before WWII was so lax that Italian agents broke in, copied all of our diplomatic codes, and got out so stealthily that the operation was not discovered until after the war. (The massive security failure resulted in Italy listening in on our diplomatic communications around the world for the duration of the war).

    Why is it that comparatively minor failures of the current administration's diplomatic corps are so heinous to you, when much greater failures by other administrations do not concern you in the least?



    Quote Originally Posted by chance1 View Post
    then i will ask him if he thinks that promising goodies to voting blocs is a good thing
    Methinks you are confused.

    It is Mitt Romney who is promising goodies in the form of tax cuts for the wealthy (and now also, apparently, for the middle class) which won't add to the deficit because they will be paid for by closing unspecified "loopholes." Regrettably, these loopholes must remain secret until after the election. However, they are so great that no one affected by them will even notice that they are paying more in taxes. (And if that sounds like a tax increase itself, it's not. Romney will cut taxes but more than compensate for this by having people pay more taxes through the elimination of loopholes. Revenue will actually increase, since people will be paying more. But, everyone will actually be paying fewer taxes overall because of the tax cuts.)

    It is Mitt Romney who is promising $2 trillion more in defense spending which will be paid for by closing tax loopholes (which, again, cannot be revealed until after the election).

    It is Mitt Romney who is promising a replacement for Obamacare which will provide universal health care without really involving the government and without costing anybody anything. Specifically, Romney will "repeal and replace" Obamacare with something really great that will work a lot better, and be free. There is even a goodie for those who like Obamacare - all the best parts of Obamacare are to be retained. Only the parts that people don't like will be repealed.

    It is Mitt Romney who will save Medicare and make it a lot better by replacing it with a voucher system. This will provide more care for less money. This will be possible because free enterprise will drive down medical costs, just as it has in the private sector for the past five decades - and even though Romney will not permit Medicare to negotiate drug prices, as any private, free enterprise company would do. (Romney is a big fan of socialism when it can be used to throw excess government money at big drug companies.)

    It is Mitt Romney who is promising Christian fundamentalists the ending of any possibility of homosexuals ever being allowed to marry, in any American state.

    It is Mitt Romney who is promising Christian fundamentalists the ending of funding for Planned Parenthood.

    It is Mitt Romney who is promising 8 million new jobs. How is this to be accomplished? By cutting taxes, of course, and burning more fossil fuels. (There is no human endeavor that cannot be accomplished through tax cuts).

    It is Mitt Romney who is promising lots of free goodies that nobody will ever have to pay for. More jobs, more defense spending, universal health care, and a balanced budget. And what will this utopia cost us? Nothing, of course, your taxes will actually go down!

    Obama wants to raise taxes on the wealthy and cut the military. He wants everyone to contribute to help provide healthcare for all of us. He wants us to find technological solutions that will make our vehicles more efficient. He wants us to invent a green energy industry. He is asking us to work together to build a better America. That is far from offering us the free goodies that Romney plans to pull out of his magical hat.


    Quote Originally Posted by chance1 View Post
    then perhaps I will ask him if he thinks that Joe Biden interrupting his debate opponent almost 100x is a good thing in terms of political discourse - and would he teach his girls to do so?
    I can only presume that your own answer is "yes," since your guy interrupted the president far more frequently than Biden did Ryan, and you thought that was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    It is disgusting this red party in America. I think you have to be a unpatriotic america hater or a complete and utter moron to support this party.
    You forgot "Randian lunatic" and "unashamed plunderer".

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    The day that congress regulates itself with term limits is the day America will be restored again.
    Necessary, but insufficient. Until "person" in politics means only living, breathing individuals who are either citizens or legal residents, we'll still have coercion and corruption.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lestatnj View Post
    This morning on Chris Mathews' show, Andrew Sullivan made a point. He said that someone (the President? or the moderator?) should ask Mitt what the difference between his policies & W's policies would be........Sullivan said probably NADA. If Romney will ever answer

    Still waiting in another thread for Romney followers to avail us of their reasons for following him, instead of trying to hijack threads by bashing the President & his backers....
    At the next debate the moderator should show the video posted above, then ask Romney to explain why America should believe he has the character to even be dogcatcher.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by chance1 View Post
    then perhaps I will ask him if he thinks that Joe Biden interrupting his debate opponent almost 100x is a good thing in terms of political discourse - and would he teach his girls to do so?
    Yes, it was a good thing. The only thing that wasn't good was the Biden didn't hold up a sign saying "LIE" every time he did.

    I want politicians who interrupt liars. Biden is a good one on that.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by andysayshi View Post
    Roosevelt had a message for Obama back in 1936. In 1936, Roosevelt was fighting to build recovery from the Depression, and was frequently accused by Republicans of being a Socialist "like Lenin." Unemployment was getting better as a result of the New Deal, but was still at 14 percent.





    Credit to Jon Stewart's show. who made me aware of this speech.
    Some Obama-favoring PAC should be running that as an ad.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

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