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Old 06-04-2010, 11:52 AM   #21 (permalink)
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with much of his legislative success being attributed to Pelosi.
i agree with that 100%
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Old 06-04-2010, 03:58 PM   #22 (permalink)
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damn the level of depression on here sucks, be glad that people who want freedom and entrepreneurship and private enterprise and the ability to create a great life in america and all those things that are gonna be comming back now...
If you really believed in any of those things, you would be voting for Libertarians and Localist Greens-not a fascist party which (like its allegedly 'left' counterpart) is simply one side of the same coin, where the Few rip off the rest of us.

But then again, it's probably easier to turn on Fox and have your thinking done for you.
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this is just a generic congressional poll...

not only that but the people polled were asked to just pick a party without knowing any candidates

this means nothing

not that i care much, both parties are the same bullshit to me
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also....

The percentage of those surveyed saying they were Republicans remained constant at 33%, but there was a drop among those calling themselves Democrats from 38% to 33% and an increase of those who saw themselves as independent, from 27% to 32%.

so its not that the GOP is doing anything RIGHT, the dems have just been dropping the ball and more people are favoring independent
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If you really believed in any of those things, you would be voting for Libertarians and Localist Greens-not a fascist party which (like its allegedly 'left' counterpart) is simply one side of the same coin, where the Few rip off the rest of us.

But then again, it's probably easier to turn on Fox and have your thinking done for you.
i am somewhat libertarian, im sure most repubs dont agree with my stance on legalization of marijuana....



and "the dems have just been dropping the ball and more people are favoring independent " i agree with that too !
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Old 06-04-2010, 05:01 PM   #26 (permalink)
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I'd say that Obama actually is a moderate in foreign policy. After his campaign pledges, his stances on Iran/Afghanistan/Gitmo have devastated a lot of liberals. But you don't hear the GOP give him much credit there.
Was bush a moderate? obomba is escalating bush's idiocy.
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obomba is escalating bush's idiocy.
That's my take it on it as well.

The only "change" I see is in the amount of it happening... more more more seems to be the mantra..

whether it be boys sent to kill and die, or money thrown down the drain.
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i am somewhat libertarian, im sure most repubs dont agree with my stance on legalization of marijuana....



and "the dems have just been dropping the ball and more people are favoring independent " i agree with that too !
Have you thought that maybe the conservative (Republican) position should also be for the legalization of marijuana?

Why is Big Government telling me what I can and cannot put in my body anymore than what information I can put in my mind?

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"Have you thought that maybe the conservative (Republican) position should also be for the legalization of marijuana?"
yea no shit... but its one area they simply are stubborn, i know dems arent ever stubborn.

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