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Old 02-06-2012, 09:11 PM
 
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It looks like the circus is drawing to a close. Soon, there will only be one clown left to challenge Obama. Is anyone else sad to see the comedy end?
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Old 02-06-2012, 09:13 PM
 
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Old 02-06-2012, 11:37 PM
 
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The GOP race is most definitely a clown show...and now Flip-Flop Mitt is turning his sights on Frothy Mix Sanitarium, which will only drive all their unfavorable ratings up even higher as Republitards attacks fellow Republitards and the public realizes that NONE of these bozos has anything to offer.

I suppose the only Republitard running with integrity is Ron Paul, but he has zero chance so who cares about him.
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:10 AM
 
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I suppose the only Republitard running with integrity is Ron Paul, but he has zero chance so who cares about him.
Isn't it a sad commentary when the word integrity and zero
chance of winning are in the same sentence.

Paul really is libertarian, so we don't care what the
Republitards think except Ron Paul is a REAL Republican

If Romney keeps singing, it's four more years of Obama.
That's a given

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Old 02-07-2012, 09:12 AM
 
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It looks like the circus is drawing to a close. Soon, there will only be one clown left to challenge Obama. Is anyone else sad to see the comedy end?

There's still some time left in the GOP three ring circus. I will be sad once it's over, it's been one entertaining disaster that's for sure
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Old 02-07-2012, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Old Mother Idaho
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Isn't it a sad commentary when the word integrity and zero
chance of winning are in the same sentence.

Paul really is libertarian, so we don't care what the
Republitards think except Ron Paul is a REAL Republican

If Romney keeps singing, it's four more years of Obama.
That's a given
Nothing is a given, pollyrobin. Especially this early.
This election so far is nowhere nearly as divided or as strange as 2008.

The rise of the Super Pacs is the huge wild card in this one, and right now, I believe predicting any outcome is crazy. None of us know yet if there will be a Super Pac backlash, or a dozen other factors that will ultimately decide the Reupblican nominee.

But it's not bad to speculate or discuss. The more discussion starts and goes on, the more engagement of the voters happens, and that's very good for a democracy.
No matter what the outcome is, some folks are going to be happy, some mad, some dispirited, some elated, some depressed. That's the messy way of our system, but I don't think very many of us want a lockstep process that cuts out the guy on the street's thoughts. And i don't believe we want a nation that is run by only those rich enough to participate in our decisions, either.
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