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  •  I can't remember what the rhetoric was like when (0+ / 0-)

    the democrats were out of power numbers wise up to Bush.  But I caught what the guy who ran for vp with Romney said a day or two ago.  About picking fights with Obama.  

    Here we are in the midst of crisis and the GOP is more concerned about picking fights with the president who happens to be a democrat.  Shows you what the real priorities are with the GOP.  

    The problem is that the plan that the GOP has in their minds will work as far as getting the depicit starting to turn back the other way.  The part that has everyone worried is at what cost.  

    That we have a finacial mess on our hands is true, true, true...  It is true that spending cuts would slow it down (not stop it).  The republicans have brained washed their tribe to believe that everyone effected by the cuts (mainly entitlements) are shiftless and lazy.  That these people are not willing to contribute to the work force because of entitlements.  

    This is how out of touch they are with the people who are not a part of their wine and brie parties.  

    Democrats have the numbers now by default,  Their policies in this mess reach across all the campaign phraseology designed to draw people to one party or the other.

    If I were a democratic strategy leader I would drop most public dialogue with the GOP and about them and concentrate on giving more definition to what they are going to do for the country.  Time now to formulate the plan.  Up to now they have been living off the bush years, sara palin and limbaugh...basically the stoopids of the GOP scene.  There hollywoodites.  

    If they ditch palin and coulter then the dems better have some substance.  

    I may not be deep, but I am very wide... Honree Balzac

    by meknow on Sun Jan 27, 2013 at 03:34:29 PM PST

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