Ronald Reagan showed me the light, Barack Obama confirmed it. The revolt against Obama has begun, as I predicted. His polls are falling every day, as people begin to understand him. I can only say the man is doing what he said he would, are those that voted for him realizing they made a mistake?
The post by rsmalloy confirms what I said. http://js.polls.yahoo.com/quiz/quizifra … l_id=46067
You don't fix one mistake by electing another.
man i have no clue, i'm a proud republican and always have been. i voted for bush, and mccain. although i was hoping for ron paul in the runnings but hey what cha gonna do. i was afraid something like this would happen, and know they want to make a law so that if i decline one of there precious little vaccines. they will have the right to come into my home and force me to, what a load of crap.
That was such an enlightening riposte. No wonder the world is doomed. Regan was good, but he failed in his most important promise. He became enamored of destroying the Soviet Union and thus allowed not only the military spending to spiral out of control, but the welfare spending to do so too. His actions also anesthetized the American public into thinking deficits were no big deal. Thus we find ourselves today with trillion dollar deficits. After all, to the man on the street, if it was good enough to crush Communism, surely it's good enough to re-inflate a burst bubble.
by crankalicious 4 years ago
What do you think of this "factoid":Every Democratic president since Jimmy Carter left a smaller deficit than he inherited (including Obama).Every Republican president since Dwight Eisenhower left a bigger one.Does this: annoy you, anger you, surprise you?Discuss!
by Jason Menayan 7 years ago
Who's to blame?
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
I changed years ago because the party was changing. The way the polls are going, many more will change.Line from a song I wrote, to the tune of "G-D Bless America."From his right ear, to his left ear,and with nothing in-between.
by crankalicious 5 years ago
What would happen if Congress were 100% Democrat?I mean this as a serious question. Consider it a thought experiment. If you want, you can spout the usual political dogma of your party, but give it some real thought and then respond. Try not to give pat answers. And I'll ask this same question, but...
by shazz01109 8 years ago
I'm curious. Why do you affiliate yourself with a particular Party, especially with being a Democrat or Republican?
by Jack Lee 7 months ago
The House and Senate has reconciled their differences on the tax reform bill.It is on the way to passing before Christmas break.What do you think of the new bill?Are you personally affected? Positively or Negatively?Will it help our country compete in a global market?With it make America Great?
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