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"I want Romney to stomp Obama so bad that Chuck Todd is crying like a little girl on Election Night." theothermccain.com/2012/09/26/fea…
— Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) September 26, 2012
@rsmccainI want an adult beverage on Nov 6 and to think of libtards packing for Canada and Europe.Is that too much to ask for? #tcot— Evi L. Bloggerlady (@MsEBL) September 27, 2012
@rsmccainI want an adult beverage on Nov 6 and to think of libtards packing for Canada and Europe.Is that too much to ask for? #tcot
I have to ask you a question:You sent me Conor Friedersdorf's article on why he can't vote for Obama, which is understandable, but, what I don't get, is why you didn't send me his article on what's wrong with the Republicans. You know, the one with pure TMR nuggets like:After years spent reporting on the Bush Administration, Ron Suskind began to understand one of its core flaws when he spoke to a senior adviser to the president who disparaged what he called "the reality-based community." The adviser's full quotation is deservedly famous. "When we act, we create our own reality," he said. "And while you're studying that reality -- judiciously, as you will -- we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors ... and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do."Or:"The civil war the right needs is one waged against the hucksters,..."I'll await your answer, though partisanship appears to speak for itself,...
Well the reason I did not send it to you is I did not see it, just the recent one about Obama. My partisanship is apparent and admitted, but I still have significant problems with the GOP. The reason we have Obama now is because of failures and mistakes of George W. Bush. BTW, which Suskind book had that quote above? And what was the context it was taken from? As for Romney, I know he will be a better president than Obama (I can say that close to 100% because he wants to reverse Obamacare) and (hopefully) better than Bush. I think he and Ryan are serious about budget and entitlement reform. But I do not trust him, I recognize he could be Bush all over again, and he needs to be watched just as carefully as the Democrats.
I welcome all legitimate comments, whether you agree with me or not. Keep it civil. Thanks.