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Old 09-20-2010, 01:42 PM
 
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And what voting options do the unemployed have? Put the rope around their neck and vote for the GOP?

Stay at home and let the GOP win by default?

Either way, they are shooting themselves in the foot. Indifference will be very costly. This election is as important as the Presidential election. No one seems to realize that. The middle class in this country is already circling the drain. A GOP win, puts the lid on it.

I just don't get the American people at all. If anything, the GOP should be sent packing, unequivocally. Party of no, no, no. Ruin the country at any cost so they can continue to rob and pillage it. Don't people get it, yet?
You hit the nail on the GOP head! I totally agree...how are we teaching Dems a lessons by voting for Repugs whose only agenda is to fight wars, give handouts (in the form of tax breaks) to the wealthy, and cut off American citizens who helped to build this country?! President Bill Clinton said it best yesterday on MTP: The Dems need to address the apathy among voters, and encourage more people to get out the vote this November.

Discouragement is understandable, but we should not simply lay down and die!
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Old 09-20-2010, 01:51 PM
 
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All247News is just another blogging site. Nowhere in the article does it say that Reid and Pelosi have specifically said that they will NOT bring up Tier V before the elections;
Honestly...do you still believe in Santa and Easter Bunny too? It's campaign season. NOTHING will be brought to a vote until 2011...period.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:14 PM
 
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OK, time to move this to the Politics forum.
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Old 09-20-2010, 03:21 PM
 
Location: Live in NY State, work in CT
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And what voting options do the unemployed have? Put the rope around their neck and vote for the GOP?

Stay at home and let the GOP win by default?

Either way, they are shooting themselves in the foot. Indifference will be very costly. This election is as important as the Presidential election. No one seems to realize that. The middle class in this country is already circling the drain. A GOP win, puts the lid on it.

I just don't get the American people at all. If anything, the GOP should be sent packing, unequivocally. Party of no, no, no. Ruin the country at any cost so they can continue to rob and pillage it. Don't people get it, yet?
Same people who thought in 2004 how to define marriage and when/where life begins was more important than their own survival......
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