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Are Republicans Too Smart For Their Own Good?


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LiLSpeedyComment by LiLSpeedy - August 26, 2013, 11:17 am
This must be a trick question. Hmmmmmmmmmm!
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - August 26, 2013, 11:26 am
Obama is suppose to be the smartest one in the room.
Comment by Lucky Loser - August 26, 2013, 4:09 pm
I don't categorize all (R)'s in the same way just as I don't do it with (D)'s. That's the broad brush everyone loves to use and goes hand in hand with the article 'Young monsters don't represent entire races.' Both sides have a common interest and destination but have gravely different methods of getting there. It's really not even about money...it's the POWER. Just like in the ME...it's all CIVIL and has nothing to do with oil or money.

Michael exposed the brutal truth of how (R) are committed to fighting Obama Care, which is actually Romney Care. But they're deathly silent on the issues of taking care of our mentally and physically disabled soldiers...which they, along with (D) 's, sent to fight. That's too smart for their own good. Every (R) in the 'house should be breaking their necks trying to support the (D)'s with getting soldiers squared away, completely, and handling up on those backlogs. Then, like today, you have Sean commenting on the Syria dilemma. He says Obama pulled out of Iraq too soon, and, is leaving Afghanistan prematurely.

Really, Sean? The pull-out dates were established by the previous administration, via the Strategic Framework Agreement, and are being carried out by the present administration. Again, we have Sean also talking about how BO is dragging his feet with a strike. Sure, we need to make a statement and do the right thing, but dam*! At least BO does actually have proof of WMD's having been used and will be well justified in whatever type of strike he implements. I dig cruise missiles, but civilians will be killed...it's a ed if you do or don't situation. I see why his azz is being canned...he refuses to just tell it right.
LiLSpeedyComment by LiLSpeedy - August 28, 2013, 10:26 am
Sean nor Rush has served in no ones military--they don't have a clue. How can they tell a commander in chief what he should or shouldn't have done when he is surrounded by generals, agencies, and top secret material the average American is not privy to?

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