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  •  I just have to say this: (6+ / 0-)

    The internet is a written medium.  Questions that do not end in question marks are NOT proper questions.

    They are statements.

    And statements that sound like questions are BAD WRITING.

    And WEAK SAUCE is terrible on spaghetti, especially if you have a cold.  And I do.  Is that a question?


    And no.

    The POINT being, a drone war is a nightmarish scenario straight out of science fiction, and yet if you asked ME, as POTUS, "which is worse, a nightmarish scenario straight out of science fiction, or sacrificing American lives?" (note the FUCKING QUESTION MARK,) I would have to take a very LONG TIME to think about my answer.

    As for what Reagan would "think" about any other thing, Reagan was not much of a THINKER.  He was a puppet of the same people who implemented all those things.  Reagan's brain trust RAN the Bush Administration, and President Obama would NOT be allowed to simply flush every last one of those Strangelovian bastards, and that's just how it is.

    I love that there is leftist purity, and I actually encourage it, but it's not so good to be idealistically correct while pragmatically, you are getting your ass kicked.

    Reagan was the Right's FIGUREHEAD.

    And the point of this thread is, Obama is ours.

    He did the one thing a good number of other Democrats couldn't do:

    HE WON.

    We are the change we have been waiting for.

    by mellowinman on Sat Nov 17, 2012 at 01:07:57 PM PST

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