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  • blacksheeptraders blacksheeptraders Oct 6, 2008 6:51 PM Flag



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    • time to think libertarian? those far right wackos don't seem so weird now, do they?

    • Well said, as I feel I'm in the same boat. Mr.Bush ran as an advocate of conservative, monetary,republicanism. However, he turned out to be somwhat of a liberal socialist. Ironically the only difference between Bush and Obama is Obama shall spend more on welfare giveaways and raise taxes to almost all overtime. Liberal media has made sure this empty suit will inhabit White House. GOP must get back to basics.

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      • The gop is on life support. Americans have seen all they ever want to see. Republicans allowed their party to be taken over by right wing religious zealots and while they still have a group of older, loyal members, they have ZERO appeal to young Americans.

        I listened very carefully in 1999 when gwb was running for Pres. and it didn't take an enstein to know that he was a high functioning moron.

        I will NEVER cast another vote for a republican.

      • I answered every survey Senator Elizabeth Dole sent me in 2004 and I expressed my displeasure with Bush and the direction he and the Republican Congress was taking our country. The surveys were worded in such a way that no matter your answer, Bush was right. I hand wrote my responses to the questions and never heard back from Senator Dole or Republican leadership. I am angry with Bush, but I am MORE ANGRY at Dole and her cohorts in Congress who failed to control Bush. I sincerely hope Dole loses her Senate seat this election.

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