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  • toonawish toonawish Oct 24, 2012 9:33 AM Flag

    Wouldn't it be awesome if by the end of the day this actully recovers and goes green?

    The Republican base is delusional (thank you Fox news...)

    I can't count the times I've heard one of them say (during the Bush admin) "I'm sick & tired of seeing my tax dollars go overseas."
    The whole time we were spending a TRILLION dollars a year in Iraq alone (and that's STILL not our oil!)

    What did we pay for in Iraq (the spread of Democracy?)
    Give me a break; I worked in the middle east for nearly 3 years & would liken this to allowing a room full of 4 year olds to choose the next President!

    Romney said he believes we can establish the rule of law in the middle east (they already have that & it's different from ours - get used to it...)

    He also said we need to promote gender equality in the middle east (you could spend the next 1000 years trying to do that & get NO traction & at the risk of sounding sexist; what man here doesn't secretly wish he had such control over his wife?!?)

    * The views expressed by the producer of the last comment are based on fictional characterizations of males as a whole & do not express the views & opinions of the metrosexual population of the developed world as a whole. Any similarities to your Grandfather are unintentional...

    Furthermore; when Obama decided to spend money HERE IN the USA; these neo-conservatives scream that he's going to bankrupt the country (make up your mind - do you want to bankrupt the USA by spending money here or overseas?)

    Tea tards worship the memory of Ronald Regan & yet refuse to acknowledge the FACT that his & Greenspan's stalwart opposition to regulation of financial institutions lead to the disaster of 2008.

    That's just one simple example of the delusional nature of the Faux-Republican mind.


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