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You know you would think that if the Party can recognize its problems, past errors, obvious weakness's, and where its own followers are hypocrits of the party platform- that it would do something to correct the problem...

But it seems they keep sticking out the same old hypocrit drumbeaters beating the same drumbeat...

Heres just one of the hypocrisy examples that is making the rounds today on Facebook :


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Nice try defending your silly actions by diverting the topic. Why do you keep bringing up a topic about sex all the time after all Newts actions are only about sex. Care to defend your cookie cutter koolaid drinking liberal excuses you use like in the video.
 

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If our resident liberals get confused they have this to go back to. :lol:
 
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Most of them wouldn't be used by Liberals or Democrats if they weren't a weakness of the Repubs...

Tell me how many R candidates this year that are running are bringing up the record of the last R President--GW Bush.... :???: :wink: :lol:
 

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No, that isn't an answer ot. You claim to be your own man and do your own thinking. Yet your excuses come right out of the Leftwingernut socialist playbook as exposed by the video. Typical obama apologist.
 
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Larrry said:
No, that isn't an answer ot. You claim to be your own man and do your own thinking. Yet your excuses come right out of the Leftwingernut socialist playbook as exposed by the video. Typical obama apologist.

Well it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the weakness's... :roll:
I can remember many very loyal R cult followers cussing GW when he was in office...
Obama/Democrats didn't win the election- Bush/Republicans gave it away...
 

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Oldtimer said:
Larrry said:
No, that isn't an answer ot. You claim to be your own man and do your own thinking. Yet your excuses come right out of the Leftwingernut socialist playbook as exposed by the video. Typical obama apologist.

Well it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the weakness's... :roll:
I can remember many very loyal R cult followers cussing GW when he was in office...
Obama/Democrats didn't win the election- Bush/Republicans gave it away...

Bush wasn't running, dumba$$. :roll: Get off the whiskey.
 

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loomixguy said:
Oldtimer said:
Larrry said:
No, that isn't an answer ot. You claim to be your own man and do your own thinking. Yet your excuses come right out of the Leftwingernut socialist playbook as exposed by the video. Typical obama apologist.

Well it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the weakness's... :roll:
I can remember many very loyal R cult followers cussing GW when he was in office...
Obama/Democrats didn't win the election- Bush/Republicans gave it away...

Bush wasn't running, dumba$$. :roll: Get off the whiskey.


and the Republicans were not the majority in either house......
 
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hypocritexposer said:
loomixguy said:
Oldtimer said:
Well it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the weakness's... :roll:
I can remember many very loyal R cult followers cussing GW when he was in office...
Obama/Democrats didn't win the election- Bush/Republicans gave it away...

Bush wasn't running, dumba$$. :roll: Get off the whiskey.

and the Republicans were not the majority in either house......


McBush- who voted 95% of the time in support of GW and the spend like a drunken sailor rubberstamp R Congress GW had for 6 years- along with the Bush Bust that came about only days after both GW and McCain had been shouting that "the fundamentals of the economy are strong" was the reason Obama and the Dems walked in ...

Some seem to have short memories....

Since you disagree- You still haven't answered my question- which of the candidates is now running on GW's record or even mentioning or reminding folks of GW (besides Paul who is running on running against the GW era :wink: :lol: ) ?
 

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Since you disagree- You still haven't answered my question- which of the candidates is now running on GW's record or even mentioning or reminding folks of GW (besides Paul who is running on running against the GW era :wink: :lol: ) ?


And Mr. Gingrich gave voice to the lingering ire many conservatives still harbor over the fiscal policies of the President George W. Bush, tracing the lineage of Mr. Obama’s stimulus package and budget back to what he stated flatly were a string of “failed” spending and bailout plans hatched during the final months of the Bush administration.

“The great irony of where we are today is that we had a Bush-Obama big-spending program that was bipartisan in its nature,” Mr. Gingrich said, adding later: “We got big spending under Bush, now we’ve got big spending under Obama.”

http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/27/gingrich-links-obama-and-bush-fiscal-policies/
 
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hypocritexposer said:
Oldtimer said:
Since you disagree- You still haven't answered my question- which of the candidates is now running on GW's record or even mentioning or reminding folks of GW (besides Paul who is running on running against the GW era :wink: :lol: ) ?


And Mr. Gingrich gave voice to the lingering ire many conservatives still harbor over the fiscal policies of the President George W. Bush, tracing the lineage of Mr. Obama’s stimulus package and budget back to what he stated flatly were a string of “failed” spending and bailout plans hatched during the final months of the Bush administration.

“The great irony of where we are today is that we had a Bush-Obama big-spending program that was bipartisan in its nature,” Mr. Gingrich said, adding later: “We got big spending under Bush, now we’ve got big spending under Obama.”

http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/27/gingrich-links-obama-and-bush-fiscal-policies/

That sure doesn't sound like running on the last R President- GW's- record..That sounds like running against it like Paul is- both of which prove my point--Obama/Dems didn't win the last election-- GW/McSame/Repubs gave it to them.....
 

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Oldtimer said:
hypocritexposer said:
Oldtimer said:
Since you disagree- You still haven't answered my question- which of the candidates is now running on GW's record or even mentioning or reminding folks of GW (besides Paul who is running on running against the GW era :wink: :lol: ) ?


And Mr. Gingrich gave voice to the lingering ire many conservatives still harbor over the fiscal policies of the President George W. Bush, tracing the lineage of Mr. Obama’s stimulus package and budget back to what he stated flatly were a string of “failed” spending and bailout plans hatched during the final months of the Bush administration.

“The great irony of where we are today is that we had a Bush-Obama big-spending program that was bipartisan in its nature,” Mr. Gingrich said, adding later: “We got big spending under Bush, now we’ve got big spending under Obama.”

http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/27/gingrich-links-obama-and-bush-fiscal-policies/

That sure doesn't sound like running on the last R President- GW's- record..That sounds like running against it like Paul is- both of which prove my point--Obama/Dems didn't win the last election-- GW/McSame/Repubs gave it to them.....



records can be perceived as positive or negative. Is Paul running against Bush's positive record of defending the country, or his negative record of defending the Country?
 
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hypocritexposer said:
Oldtimer said:
hypocritexposer said:
http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/02/27/gingrich-links-obama-and-bush-fiscal-policies/

That sure doesn't sound like running on the last R President- GW's- record..That sounds like running against it like Paul is- both of which prove my point--Obama/Dems didn't win the last election-- GW/McSame/Repubs gave it to them.....



records can be perceived as positive or negative. Is Paul running against Bush's positive record of defending the country, or his negative record of defending the Country?

His negative record of invading a sovereign nation that was no immediate threat to the US for no legitimate reason (in fact inventing false info to justify it) and then after telling Americans it would cost nothing- running up a bill of over $3 Trillion in costs....
Folks like Paul would have rather seen that money spent building the US infrastructure rather than building George Bush superhighways in Baghdad.. :(
 

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His negative record of invading a sovereign nation that was no immediate threat to the US for no legitimate reason (in fact inventing false info to justify it)

"No legitimate reason"? I call BS on that one, O Dementia Patient. What about the fact that Saddam had thumbed his nose at about 137 different UN mandates? Are you saying that you also support genocide?

If you sentence someone to report to jail at 5pm Friday and they fail to show, do you have a legitimate reason to send the Sheriff out to get them?

On top of flipping the rest of the world the bird, Saddam was systematically murdering his own countrymen. But nobody should have stopped him, by your logic. You are the King of the double tounges, old man..... :roll: :roll: :roll:
 
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loomixguy said:
Oldtimer said:
His negative record of invading a sovereign nation that was no immediate threat to the US for no legitimate reason (in fact inventing false info to justify it)

"No legitimate reason"? I call BS on that one, O Dementia Patient. What about the fact that Saddam had thumbed his nose at about 137 different UN mandates? Are you saying that you also support genocide?

If you sentence someone to report to jail at 5pm Friday and they fail to show, do you have a legitimate reason to send the Sheriff out to get them?

On top of flipping the rest of the world the bird, Saddam was systematically murdering his own countrymen. But nobody should have stopped him, by your logic. You are the King of the double tounges, old man..... :roll: :roll: :roll:

Who made us the Policemen of the world... I agree with Paul (and what was the old conservative thinking before the neocons took over the Republicans) that unless we are directly attacked or directly in imminent danger we should keep our noses out of it.... Let Canada spend more of their taxdollars on defense and take over that job...

Even the original National Security report said that Iraq posed NO threat to the US (except GW left part out of the report he sent to Congress)..
 

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Oldtimer said:
loomixguy said:
Oldtimer said:
His negative record of invading a sovereign nation that was no immediate threat to the US for no legitimate reason (in fact inventing false info to justify it)

"No legitimate reason"? I call BS on that one, O Dementia Patient. What about the fact that Saddam had thumbed his nose at about 137 different UN mandates? Are you saying that you also support genocide?

If you sentence someone to report to jail at 5pm Friday and they fail to show, do you have a legitimate reason to send the Sheriff out to get them?

On top of flipping the rest of the world the bird, Saddam was systematically murdering his own countrymen. But nobody should have stopped him, by your logic. You are the King of the double tounges, old man..... :roll: :roll: :roll:

Who made us the Policemen of the world... I agree with Paul (and what was the old conservative thinking before the neocons took over the Republicans) that unless we are directly attacked or directly in imminent danger we should keep our noses out of it.... Let Canada spend more of their taxdollars on defense and take over that job...

Even the original National Security report said that Iraq posed NO threat to the US (except GW left part out of the report he sent to Congress)..



Defense spending, in the US, as % of GDP, has dropped since the time you claim the Repub. party was taken over by the more liberal "Neo-cons"
 
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