Their first mission of stupid will be to do everything in theirpower to make sure that a Dem is elected Potus in 2016

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Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly versionPDF versionPDF version The best we can hope for is that they make the King's life a living hell for the next couple of years. or to reply """"That would put the party in a position to pass some laws, or at least to deliver some legislation to President Obama to veto""" Just what we need, more laws. Especially laws that get past Obama's veto. /s or to reply Cut some taxes, raise some spending, rattle some sabers, and generally make the soon-to-be-assuming-room-temperature Stosh and Stella crowed think the 1950's haven't REALLY gone by the wayside. Pretty much what they have been doing, as the (socially) conservative branch of the corpora-fascistic party ensconced in Washington D.C. Specifically, do their best to try and not piss off AARP and hispanics (making sure gravy trains keep on a rolling) in some half assed attempt to position the party for a run for the POTUS and find a way to put up a mealy-mouthed candidate that won't have a real chance in any event, and who will not have support of the AARP or hispanics regardless of what the GOP does in the short term. Does it really matter? Both sides of the corpora-fascists are filled with sociopathic morons. The one or two politicians I've heard speak -that didn't make me want to kick my TV in - have either retired or moved on to think tanks. When former comptroller general Walker gave up and exited the stage, I knew the end-game was under way. That was in 2008 and we all saw what soon happened. The sociopaths successfully staved off collapse for a few years by going totally berserk with borrowing, and the end is near. What could Rand Paul do even if the GOP doesn't screw up whatever chances they have as the pendulum of idiot swing voters comes back their way (that is, not completely screw up their day in the sun)? We are so far beyond screwed. reply to this log in or register to reply toolkien|5.5.14 @ 5:20PM|# That, of course, is crowd not crowed. I wondered where that e I had to insert elsewhere went... reply to this log in or register to reply Homple|5.5.14 @ 6:07PM|# How about replacing "Law-and-order conservatives want to get tough on "illegals" and oppose 'amnesty'" with "People who notice the interaction of the welfare system and mandated special treatment for minorities want to be damned careful of de facto open borders". reply to this log in or register to reply Tony|5.5.14 @ 7:09PM|# It's so cute how you don't realize that the difference between those two approaches is a small fraction of the difference between either one and grown-up-talk about immigration and race. reply to this log in or register to reply R C Dean|5.5.14 @ 6:12PM|# If the Repubs continue on their (politically) suicidal push for immigration amnesty, I don't think they are going to have to worry about what to do with their new-found majority. reply to this log in or register to reply Tony|5.5.14 @ 7:14PM|# The political suicide is almost universally recognized as opposing immigration reform--the GOP's attitude being perceived as racist and hostile and the barrier between them and Latino voters. It's all about short-term and long-term. They can count on winning midterms until their old, white base has died off enough, then they can count on the suicide if they haven't managed to bring anyone else in. reply to this log in or register to reply Hyperion|5.5.14 @ 7:26PM|# Umm, this thread is dead, Tony. Much like your brain. reply to this log in or register to reply Sevo|5.5.14 @ 6:41PM|# See those two bozos up there? Two good reasons to avoid voting R. reply to this log in or register to reply Mumu Bobby|5.5.14 @ 6:57PM|# I did not know that Chris Farley was a Republican. I already knew George Hamilton was one. reply to this log in or register to reply Hyperion|5.5.14 @ 7:27PM|# I did not know that Chris Farley was a Republican He was, but he's been voting democrat ever since he's been dead. reply to this log in or register to reply Eric Bana|5.5.14 @ 8:22PM|# True that. It's fun to rag on dems, and then you see the alternative in election outcomes... (sigh). reply to this log in or register to reply Mark22|5.5.14 @ 7:14PM|# Heaven forbid people inside a party have a diversity of opinions! We can't have that! But, yeah, let's get these differences out in the open, so that we can talk about them and change some minds. Right now, the old guard of the Republican party seems to think it can simply ignore libertarians or shout them down. News Source : Their first mission of stupid will be to do everything in theirpower to make sure that a Dem is elected Potus in 2016
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