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Old 12-23-2009, 03:00 PM
 
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I know you are, but what am I?
Good retort. I'm impressed.

I'm a reasonable person. I don't play the role of political identity chief of police. I don't place people in boxes. I understand why someone would want to be with his family on Christmas. I realize that fighting over a lost cause is incredibly foolish. I don't derive self esteem from the actions of others.
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Old 12-23-2009, 03:13 PM
 
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How does this make him a RINO? Do "real" Republicans ignore their families at Christmas time? Especially when the results of the vote are a foregone conclusion?
Actually it makes him a RANK OPPORTUNIST and A LIAR. He's been saying since about Inauguration Day that he will do everything thing in his power to stop Obama. He expects all of his party members in the Senate to do the same. It's been; "we must stop the Socialist/Fascist/Kenyan Obama" every day out of McConnell. But now it's important to get home for Christmas? What about doing God's work? Which is what he's been telling us he's been all about this year.

Actually my wife and I can't stand McConnell. I suppose he's got some education, but he talks just like a sh**kicker. My wife is from Kentucky and she considers him an embarrassment. I guess it's like a friend in TX used to say about Phil Graham; "educated or not, he talks that way because that's the way his redneck voters expect him to talk". Just like people saying about Palin; "she's just like me", these pinheads think that Graham (multi-millionaire, USB (Swiss-European!) banker) is "just like them"; 7th grade education, $6.50 an hour working at Wal-Mart, living in an overmortgaged double-wide--married to a double wide too!

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