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People are simply sick and tired of the negativity. The problem with the GOP is that OK, they will oppose FOR THE SAKE OF THE ELECTION (i.e. to GET ELECTED), but AFTER they get elected, they're JUST AS NEGATIVE
It's not a bad strategy to oppose socialism. I admire the republicans for finally taking a principled stand. If Obama wants bipartisanship, then he needs to incorporate republican ideas into his legislation, like Bush worked with democrats and was able to get them to vote on his bills. Trouble is, Obama is a socialist Ideologue so it's never going to happen.
So that's the problem with the GOP.
And the problem with Obama is he is a two faced liar that continues to deceive the people.
The masses are finally waking up to the Fraud that Obama really is... unfortunatley there isn't much to fall back on from either party. Just more of the same old useless politics.
Can you find a single politician from either party on the national scene who is MORE popular than our President? Anyone?
I've got a collie more popular that Obama. The popularity of Obama is a media creation and always has been. The man is proving daily he's not qualitied to run a Motel 6 much less a country. Democrats spent 8 years proclaiming Bush's stupidity and elected a man that can't count, read or speak without someone else putting the words in his mouth. You truly want to defend this guy?
I don't see him as a fraud at all. I see him as taking things as they come. Dealing with issues as they come.
And slogging forward through all the Fox/GOP (same thing) laden s**t.
Rick Perry is very popular and will be a major player in the Next Presidential Race.
Perry was also a Bilderberger Invitee.
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