Yes, yes, you ultra conservative voters, please run Jeb Bush..
http://www.nationalmemo.com/article/des … h-save-gop
Or Santorum - he's going to get a LOT of well deserved votes from women..
Or Christie.. another conservative on the wrong side of history.
Funny - we've been watching "Brothers & Sisters" on Netflix.. I think they may have already jumped the shark and we are only in season 1, but I was interested in Rob Lowe's Republican Senator character.
I'm sure that somewhere there still breathes a Republican politician with moderate, sane views such as expressed by that fictional character. Don't you wish the GOP crazies were promoting someone like that? Someone that sane people might actually vote for?
No, of course you don't. And you cannot imagine how happy that makes me
two bush..three wars...nope usa cant afford one more bush right now...
Bush screwed up Florida, we don't need him screwing up the country like his brother did.
Jeb Bush would be extremely exciting! His last name alone would be enough to do him in.
The Bush brothers have undone education in America. Don't think I will EVER vote for either of them...EVER EVER EVER
come on... it's trial and error.. just like in college....
sooner or later, you gotta come across a bush that makes you happy
As for Santorum, I've got a vote for where he can stick his sweater vest!
So long as there is legal insider trading and corporate personhood....there's not really that much difference in parties, IMO.
Well, they TRIED to do something about insider trading, but Cantor watered it down so much it probly hardly matters.
And the Dems for sure want to overturn Citizens United, but you know the R's don't.
And they want MORE power.
That is so wrong, Wes.
The Dems don't always live up to their morals, but at least their platform is the just one. You can't say that about the GOP.
There's some definite whack jobs in the GOP....but by and large, the corporate donations and the ability to make millions on the stock market seem to make the whole job of house member or senator nothing but a vegas routine with one's own personal set of card counters provided....
I'm not sure when I lost all faith in American politics, maybe it was when the "patriot act" got re extended, or maybe it was when Obama sought to expand federal surveillance by tracking cell phone users via triangulation without a warrant. I'm not sure.
Funny--I lost faith with Bush and got it back with Obama.
Sure, add Bush to the line up of GOP clowns. Just when I thought that the laughter was dying down with them.
by Alternative Prime24 months ago
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