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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Fordama » Mon May 16, 2011 12:55 pm

GOODave wrote: Of course it is still early yet, but the only bluster I've heard about Gingrich's personal choices have been from the very left and some from the moderates.

I acknowledge it is a strange silence from those folks who had such a problem with Clintoon's indiscretion(s) but, by the same token, the smoke and fuss coming from the left is also a little strange since they were the ones DEFENDING Clintoon's choices...
I think it will show up in the polls for those folks, but not necessarily any loud public opposition. Kind of like how you'd hear a bit about Giuliani's misbehaviors but the sentiment hurt him.

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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by slowyoroll » Mon May 16, 2011 1:34 pm

The title of this thread should be "Republican Gloom and Doom"
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Troglodyte » Mon May 16, 2011 2:21 pm

GOODave wrote: Of course it is still early yet, but the only bluster I've heard about Gingrich's personal choices have been from the very left and some from the moderates.

I acknowledge it is a strange silence from those folks who had such a problem with Clintoon's indiscretion(s) but, by the same token, the smoke and fuss coming from the left is also a little strange since they were the ones DEFENDING Clintoon's choices...
The dems will try to demonize any GOP contender. They know Obama is very vulnerable, and will stop at nothing to kill off any challenges.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by slowyoroll » Mon May 16, 2011 2:26 pm

Troglodyte wrote:
The dems will try to demonize any GOP contender. They know Obama is very vulnerable, and will stop at nothing to kill off any challenges.
So the "Dems" made Newt a hypocrite and back peddler? Got it :thumbsup:
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Fordama » Mon May 16, 2011 2:59 pm

Troglodyte wrote: The dems will try to demonize any GOP contender. They know Obama is very vulnerable, and will stop at nothing to kill off any challenges.
You think that his Republican opponents are going to play nice with kid gloves?

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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wabash » Mon May 16, 2011 3:19 pm

Troglodyte wrote: The dems will try to demonize any GOP contender. They know Obama is very vulnerable, and will stop at nothing to kill off any challenges.
This is funny. It's not like the GOP demonizes Obama every day. He's socialist, communist, muslim, or Kenyan. He associates with America haters, communists, or folks deemed unpatriotic by the right wing.

Here's a quote from a former GOP staffer (Tom DeLay right-hand Michael Scanlon (yes, that Michael Scanlon, the Jack Abramoff buddy who used to work for The Hammer)) in an email during the Clinton impeachment trial.
This whole thing about not kicking someone when they are down is BS – not only do you kick him – you kick him until he passes out – then beat him over the head with a baseball bat – then roll him up in an old rug – and throw him off a cliff into the pounding surf below!!!!


So I'm sure the GOP will throw nothing at Obama more significant than the political equivalent of mud pies.

Won't matter. Obama will flatten out whoever gets put forth as the sacrificial lamb.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by GOODave » Mon May 16, 2011 3:21 pm

Wabash wrote:
This is funny. It's not like the GOP demonizes Obama every day.
Which has nothing to do with what Trog was saying.

You're like a little kid in a schoolyard, crying to teacher: "Well THEYYYYYYY do it TOOOOOO!"
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Fordama » Mon May 16, 2011 3:27 pm

GOODave wrote:
Which has nothing to do with what Trog was saying.
So?

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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Omar Bongo » Mon May 16, 2011 3:33 pm

Wabash wrote: This is funny. It's not like the GOP demonizes Obama every day. He's socialist, communist, muslim, or Kenyan. He associates with America haters, communists, or folks deemed unpatriotic by the right wing.

Here's a quote from a former GOP staffer (Tom DeLay right-hand Michael Scanlon (yes, that Michael Scanlon, the Jack Abramoff buddy who used to work for The Hammer)) in an email during the Clinton impeachment trial.



So I'm sure the GOP will throw nothing at Obama more significant than the political equivalent of mud pies.

Won't matter. Obama will flatten out whoever gets put forth as the sacrificial lamb.
Saw George Will (I don't often agree with him but I respect his opinion) on This Week on Sunday say that he thinks the next president will be one of three people: Obama, Daniels or Pawlenty. Interesting.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by GOODave » Mon May 16, 2011 3:38 pm

Fordama wrote:So?

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So Wabbles is the one who always gets his panties in a pinch over people saying stuff that is irrelevant ... just poking him with his own fork.

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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wabash » Mon May 16, 2011 3:46 pm

GOODave wrote: Which has nothing to do with what Trog was saying.
Nor did I claim that is the case.
GOODave wrote:You're like a little kid in a schoolyard, crying to teacher: "Well THEYYYYYYY do it TOOOOOO!"
:roll:
You shouldn't bash Trog like this. He's one of your supporters.

Although it's interesting that you only criticize the Dems for going dirty. Therein lies the flaw in your criticism. It makes no sense to endure mudslinging when the other side engages in open complete negative campaigning and then criticize the other side for responding in the same manner.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Troglodyte » Mon May 16, 2011 5:08 pm

GOODave wrote:Which has nothing to do with what Trog was saying.
Wabash wrote: Nor did I claim that is the case..
So, you blatently admit to just slinging shi+ in order to make a little noise.. [-X
GOODave wrote:You're like a little kid in a schoolyard, crying to teacher: "Well THEYYYYYYY do it TOOOOOO!"
:roll:
Wabash wrote: You shouldn't bash Trog like this. He's one of your supporters.
I support no one, nor do I look to anyone else to support me.. You on the other hand... :ROFL:
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wabash » Mon May 16, 2011 5:10 pm

Troglodyte wrote: So, you blatently admit to just slinging shi+ in order to make a little noise.. [-X
Just pointing out the flaw in your perspective.
Troglodyte wrote:I support no one, nor do I look to anyone else to support me.. You on the other hand... :ROFL:
Neither do I. Once again you resort to fantasy to make an argument.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Troglodyte » Mon May 16, 2011 5:44 pm

Wabash wrote: Just pointing out the flaw in your perspective.


Neither do I. Once again you resort to fantasy to make an argument.
You want to find "fantasy" look in the mirror.. Your ego is much larger than reality and IQ...
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wabash » Mon May 16, 2011 6:02 pm

Troglodyte wrote:You want to find "fantasy" look in the mirror.. Your ego is much larger than reality and IQ...
You continue to engage in fantasy.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wiley » Mon May 16, 2011 6:13 pm

Troglodyte wrote:I support no one, nor do I look to anyone else to support me.. You on the other hand... :ROFL:
Wabash wrote:Neither do I. Once again you resort to fantasy to make an argument.
Not true, Wabby. You and Pagan are notorious tag-team partners and leap-frog aficionados.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wabash » Mon May 16, 2011 6:40 pm

Wiley wrote:Not true, Wabby. You and Pagan are notorious tag-team partners and leap-frog aficionados.
Oooohhhh.....lookeee. Fantasy morphs into conspiracy.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wiley » Mon May 16, 2011 7:35 pm

Wabash wrote: Oooohhhh.....lookeee. Fantasy morphs into conspiracy.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wabash » Mon May 16, 2011 7:44 pm

Wiley wrote:
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Funny. No point. But funny.
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Re: Democrat gloom and doom

Post by Wiley » Mon May 16, 2011 8:13 pm

Wabash wrote: Funny. No point. But funny.
Peeeeeeeeeelenty of point... "fantacy" having the popularity of GWB on ground zero after 9-11... "conspiracy" America's enemies - the unemployed.
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