Are the Republicans looking forward to November 2nd?

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  1. eculligan profile image72
    eculliganposted 7 years ago

    Are the Republicans looking forward to November 2nd?

    Not only was the defeat from Scott Brown a major turn of events, but when November 2nd comes soon the reality will sink in for Obamas nut job administration.  The so called party of "No" will now become the party of "No,no,no."  I am proud of the Republicans for standing strong against Obamas policies. This Country was almost becoming Canada and that's a scary thought.

  2. 1337guy profile image34
    1337guyposted 7 years ago

    This sort-of republican is looking forward to it smile

  3. profile image57
    ThePeeDeeWildcatposted 7 years ago

    Oh, yes! Conservatives and Republicans cannot take anything for granted and become complacent about this upcoming election. Democrats never give up and neither should the Conservatives. Obviously, this election does not end on November 2, 2010. Americans will have to be very diligent and hold ALL elected officials feet to the fire. As a nation and as individuals, our backs are to the wall. We can no longer afford and allow government to run amok.

  4. Joe Badtoe profile image59
    Joe Badtoeposted 7 years ago

    who hoo!!! let's reelect a bunch of warmongers who wasted trillions of dollars and murdered lots of people in the name of democracy and freedom. And let's blame Obama for incurring the war debt and then let's block every social policy that your president has advocated in an attempt to actually help all of your citizens and not just  the wealthy elite.

    And Cheney and Rumsfeld committing war crimes is not a nut job piece of administration??

    Oh and let's remember all those insane wars Canada has caused eh?

    Goldfish have better memories than Republicans.

    Look forward all you want but until you look back at the carnage the last Republican government caused you won't make any progress at all.

  5. jrsearam profile image60
    jrsearamposted 7 years ago

    Does a woodchuck chuck wood? Did the little piggy cry "whee! whee! whee!", all the way home? Does Elmer Fudd have trouble with the letter R?

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