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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Ps104_33, Nov 10, 2008.
That's funny. Gotta love the Onion!
I would think it would be much more difficult to be an obsessive republican right now. I'd rather win than lose.
We all lost - the whole nation lost by Obama's election - but some of us just don't realize how badly just yet.
No, we all lost in 2000 and 2004 and we are just beginning to realize how much those results hurt our country.
Indeed we have my friend.
That may or may not be true; however, we do know just how much we lost in 8 years of the Bush Administration.
The government meddling of years before that has finally caught up with us. All those great ideas of Roosevelt, Carter, Clinton, and friends - the ones that wanted to make home ownership more affordable by making banks loan money to people who couldn't pay it back - finally hit the pocket books. That's the results we're facing now!
But, of course, Wonder Boy said he'd fix all this for us until a few days after he was elected and now he says it's going to take a long time. He's not going to fix anything! His kind of thinking is like those that created the mess. He'll just add to it!
Interesting that your list of guilty parties doesn't include any Republicans........
Are you really that polarized, Dragoon68?
Nope, I'm actually rather objective about it. For example I strongly objected to Bush's proposal for the bailout. I object to big government regardless of who's pushing it. But there's no doubt which party is most behind the social re-engineering programs that are the root cause of our present grief. It's the same ones that are pushing the hardest for the next generation of woes. It's the Democrats.
Are any of those Obama supporters hanging around the Baptist Board?
I dint know but KenH has been conspicuously absent lately.:laugh:
Funny how the news in the Onion clip didn't affect us, isn't it? We STILL have plenty to hash out .
Maybe he's on Obama's transition team??
You know what I find funny about BHO's win and watching his acceptance speech is the scenes of Jesse Jackson crying. When we last heard from Jesse Jackson he was saying that he wanted to castrate BHO (and not in such polite terms either). :laugh:
He also used one of the words that can get you fired for creating a "hostile work environment" but it's okay because he's black, Obama's half black, and he's an important person in Washington. It's the McKinney line of thinking where one is above the laws they want enforced.