Discussion in 'Community' started by Ghost, Dec 6, 2012.
I used my phone. Beware.pf.typos.
Jeb Bush's rollout of his book in January proves that having the last name "Bush" is the only thing that even gets him mentioned at all in 2016 discussions. He flip-flopped on his defining issue (immigration), and compromised his greatest strength, while showing his overall incompetence and lack of political courage or conviction. Jeb is a rusty, old dinosaur who hasn't been tested in an election since 2004. He's history.
EDIT: ah, just saw the new page now
His defining issue is education.
Obamacare. Still. GOP. Not gonna leave it alone.
Ted Cruz represents the American people in about the same way the Democratic People's Republic of Korea actually represents the people who live in that country.
Texas Judge switches party affiliations; denounces GOP as party of bigots and hate mongers.
I want to be BFF's with that Texas Judge.
Yep. Well said.
Personhood amendment back on the ballot in Colorado in 2014
I want Ted Cruz to run for president, so he loses and feels so terrible that he creates the nation of Cruzeland.
Those tend to fail here, thankfully.
Rand Paul and misinformation
Arkansas GOP Congressman Tim Griffin dropping re - election bid.
DROP IT LIKE IT'S HOT! DROP IT LIKE IT'S HOOOOOOT
Sean Hannity and his lying guests
The stand out one here is the guy who does not have enough employees to be effected by Obamacare but claims he had to cut employees because of Obamacare.
Prosecutor who tried to take down abortion clinics loses law license.
Good work on the part of Stern and Salon- generally, I equate Salon with Joan Walsh, whose garbage is no better than Hannity's. Hacks should be called out as such, this was a surgical takedown of a smear artist.
Good so there is some justice in the world.
I just saw his picture.
He's kinda hot.
I'm a guy, so unfortunately I cannot say that he's hot. However, I can say that Michael Fassbender is hot because he is.
Dunno how many moderates there are that hang around these woods, but I like to tout Jon Huntsman, Sen. Manchin, and Evan Bayh's "NoLabels" group quite a bit. They're going to start hosting a call-in Sirius radio show (and I'd assume, eventually a podcast) that Gov. Huntsman will host weekly. Looking forward to it, I hope it doesn't take the tone of a Mark Levin or Big Ed.
Wow, them Republicans sure are concerned about energy independance and jobs. Just look at that Keystone pipeline thing. Yes, that alone would cure our woes and Obama is evil for resisting it.
Just kidding, the Koch Brothers might make $100 billion dollars from it
Well that explains why Republicans are so vocal about the pipeline. And here I was thinking they were doing it just to spite environmentalists.
Don't you know we're the United States of Koch now?