View Full Version : I am running as a Republican

09-01-2010, 05:29 PM
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Yes, RedCloud, we know. That's exactly how Democrats who run as Republicans think. You don't surprise us one bit.

RedCloud (1000+ posts) Wed Sep-01-10 03:55 PM
Original message
I have no plan, but if I scare you and lie to you, will you vote for me?

I am running as a Republican. I don't really need a plan because you are not clever enough to see that I don't have one.

What I hope is that you will allow me to set the debate issues. What you will notice is that it will only be on topics of fear and lies, never on substance, for such is the party of "No".

Please do not remind voters I have campaigned very hard to scare you since Obama's inauguration. Voters hate to have politics shoved down their throat every second. They may also think that I spend so much time blabbing, I am not getting any work done.

Do not remind them of how stupid I am and the crazy things I did or said since I get to set the debate topics.

Don't say I am so crazy I thought Obama was born in Kenya even before the Republic of Kenya was born. Voters hate it when they find out the truth about stupid people and will retaliate.

Don't remind them that my party failed to applaud Obama's call for more jobs during the SOTU address. Especially not with videos. That would expose us as disinterested hypocrites.

Don't ask where are the death panels. We just made up that stuff because our masters, the health care industry, thought it would be amusing. You would make us look crazy if you posted videos of that.

Don't tell them we used the filibuster or threat of filibuster more than any other Congress as voters want to see politicians work, not blab their fool heads off.

Leave Glenn Beck alone. If you tell folks he is a Mormon those Christian zealots may just stop listening or worse voting.

Don't tell them we vote against the little guy such as with bank loans or even refunding the military missions.

Do not deflate our mosque issue. I know you are looking very hard for one. I hope you never tell them, "Hey, you know. America was built on the genocide of native Americans. How many buildings now stand where once proud cultures dwelled?"

And don't start your own wedge issues such as should politcians who take corporate bribes be charged with treason since they betray the voters?

And don't find some convenient label to call me when I call you tax and spend liberal. Don't say I spend your children's future and run.

Don't say I don't conserve the environment. How embarrasing is that for a conservative not to conserve the environment.

And don't ask where are/were the good jobs in Republican strongholds? You see, for us, a good job for you is minimum wage forever.

09-01-2010, 08:56 PM
Awww, isn't that so cute???

Maybe CaliforniaPeggy http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/images/donor.gif will write a poem for the moron. :D

09-02-2010, 02:19 AM
I have no plan, but if I scare you and lie to you, will you vote for me?

You mean like using slogans like "elect a Republican and another black church will burn"?

09-02-2010, 12:23 PM
Don't say I am so crazy I thought Obama was born in Kenya even before the Republic of Kenya was born.It was called Keyna before he was born too. :rolleyes: