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megimoo
07-16-2009, 08:11 AM
It obviously is now time to beat the Republicans about the head and kick them when they fall

It seems that Obama has finally begun to realize that so-called "bipartisan" legislation is a pointless, silly and otherwise foolish notion when dealing with the Republicans.

They are The Party of No. No ideas. No solutions. No clues. And when 2010 and 2012 come, no victories... hopefully.

They have tried to stop the obvious destruction of our economic, banking, housing, healthcare and other sectors that they fully allowed to happen starting back in the Reagan years and fully implemented from 1994-2006. The Republicans have failed and are now an ever-shrinking party that caters to the spiritually superstitious, homophobic, racist and uneducated filth that think their theocratic corporate sellout wife cheaters and quitters are the answer.

They continue to play the Card of Ignorance with the Sotomayer hearings. These filthy swine that represent the Republican party continue to think that we Democrats don't have the will to politically smash their heads into the pavement and kick their soft underbellies until they plead for mercy.

Now is the time.

When swine like Glen Beck and Rush Limbaugh chortle at the idea that a terrorist strike upon our nation that kills innocent Americans is a good idea for their party and their agenda, it is time to simply not only strike back hard at them but do it with the fullest weight of our boots upon their political necks.

The days of trying to be "bipartisan" are gone. Simply stated, the Republicans are cornered in a political cave and we have the means to make them politically suffocate on their own filthy odors.

If I was a congress person or a Senator at this point, I would demand that the Republican leadership either resign or face their political extinction. Door number one... or two. We have grassroots tools and support that could completely pulverize any opposition in the next few election cycles... easily.
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michaelsean
07-16-2009, 03:01 PM
I love hearing Dems refer to Republicans as the party of no ideas after living through the previous eight years.

Teetop
07-16-2009, 04:37 PM
Bipartisan to the dems, is the republicans rolling over and vote for whatever is up?

Eff that!

We shall see who is in power in 2010 and 2012. :D

Carol
07-16-2009, 05:07 PM
zulchzulu (1000+ posts) Thu Jul-16-09 10:32 AM
Response to Reply #14
15. I signed on FR to leave a response...
Edited on Thu Jul-16-09 10:33 AM by zulchzulu
I wrote this:



I've look at the responses made after Jim Robinson posted the OP and there were some obvious nuggets of truth within the usual pile of homophobic crap, the tired "Democrat Socialist" garbage, the insinuation that only Republicans have guns (I own several and have had them for years) and other sordid insults.

Yeah, that stuff is as tired as watching John McCain muddle through a speech or childish as a Palin speech.

The point is that the Republican Party needs to purge ALL of the people who think they represent the Republican Party. First, get rid of those idiots on the radio... Limbaugh, Beck, Hannity, O'Reilly and all the other impersonators. You guys have to have better talent than them! Come on!

Then there's the Republican "leadership". Asshats like Boehmer, Graham, McConnell, Hatch, Gingrich... OK, just about all of the ones who think they are "important" are EXACTLY who the Democrats want to keep right where they are.

Alluding to Ronald Reagan, who was clearly helping bring Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden up in power and is responsible for much of the deregulation that led to our troubles at hand, might work for clueless old codgers who have voting against their own interests, but is absolutely the wrong face to put on the Republican Party if it has any chance of survival.

You see, the Republican Party is dying. It's shrinking into a small region that doesn't even cover the Bible Belt fully.

As a friend of mine who is a Republican and has access to the RNC, he has stated that the Republican Party is "in the woods". He's a moderate on social issues and conservative on fiscal issues (like most moderate Democrats) and is sick of how the Religious Right has taken over the party, dictating theocratic nonsense that our Founding Fathers would find appalling.

Look. While I didn't like all he represented, I (and many Democrats) fully admire Barry Goldwater. He didn't care about what gays did or whether they were in the military... as long as they could shoot straight, he noted. He was against government intrusion with a Libertarian view. Where's the new Barry? Nowhere in sight...

Some of the responses to my OP pointed out that perhaps there needs to be a new Conservative Party. If it's one that tells the Religious Right to keep their quitter Sarah Palin and their theocratic propensity to bugger off, then there is hope for conservatives.

Otherwise, prepare to lose handily in at least the next few major election cycles.

Good day... and good luck.


I have no idea if it got posted or whether I got banned immediately. I always have to LOL at this type of comment. They're so high and mighty that they think they know what is best for us or at least that's how they say it. However, what they recommend is really what they think is best for themselves. And they use ridicule and say we're dumb if we don't do as they say.

One would think they'd wise up and know that simply doing what they want will not happen. Even most children know that that will not work and is a dumb plan to get their way.

stsinner
07-16-2009, 05:19 PM
they're going to abolish elections and make Obama King. That should fix us.

Dan D. Doty
07-16-2009, 09:50 PM
Well, let me put my two cents in ( of course I won't see it on DU because they're way too afraid of us; disprove ZZ :p).

You have to remember, ZZ, like most of DU, you do two basic things.

1.) DUer's be nature base everything on emotion, and almost nothing on reason, thus sterotyping those who disagree with them, and dismissing any and and critizism; millions for proganda, not one cent in the defense of liberty.

2.) Duer's, like most on the Left only want the answer to any problem to be one that makes them feel good; even if it doesn't work ( that's way they cling to the outdated answers of the60's and Socialism).

But of course, some people at DU might read this, but not one of them dare put it up on their site. Must be nice to dwell some place where their little micro government fears freedom of speech, or debating issues.

Kind of makes you think what a nation run by Moonbats would look like; give Washington six months and we'll know for sure.

stsinner
07-16-2009, 10:43 PM
2.) Duer's, like most on the Left only want the answer to any problem to be one that makes them feel good; even if it doesn't work ( that's way they cling to the outdated answers of the60's and Socialism).



This is politics in a nut shell-Liberals make decisions based on feelings, while Conservatives base their decisions and actions on facts and reason.

Dan D. Doty
07-17-2009, 06:59 AM
This is politics in a nut shell-Liberals make decisions based on feelings, while Conservatives base their decisions and actions on facts and reason.

let us not forget , 3.) blaming those they hate for wrong, bad bad decisions rather then themselves.