I actually know a few people who worked very hard over many years and are quite wealthy as a result. Not one of them wastes their time crowing to strangers on an Internet message board about how rich they are. You're a fraud, nothing more.
Neither ... When it comes to lying, #$%$ Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and George W. Bush all mop the floor with Hillary and Elizabeth. And it isn't even close ...
Have you seen the Republican's approval numbers? They're even lower than Democrat's. And your point is what exactly?
I suspect that it says a lot about the election results. This is probably why Republicans have been working so hard to make it more difficult for Americans to vote. When the American people vote, more often than not Republicans lose.
Stop screwing around on the Internet and finish mowing the lawn. If you can't do that, I'll have no choice but to dock your pay.
And Iraq wouldn't even be an issue were it not for the careless and wreckless actions of a Republican president (George W. Bush) and his Republican lackeys (Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld, Rice, etc) who didn't know what the h3ll they were getting the country into. I strongly suspected as much before we invaded Iraq and unfortunately I was proven correct.
Typical Republican - #$%$ and moan endlessly because somebody else didn't clean up the big mess you made fast enough or good enough. The hypocrisy is stunning.
"Is Obama crazy?"
No, but you are. Sorry, I shouldn't have said that. That's a poor choice of words. What I should've said is, "You are suffering from a serious mental illness."
Yawn ... We all know how this works. Obama chooses not to follow the advice of the U.S. military and Republicans criticize him for it. Obama follows the advice of the U.S. military and Republicans criticize him for it. So the lesson is simple. Obama and the American people are better off just ignoring Republicans, most of whom act like three-year-olds most of the time anyway.
"I am much too humble to say 'I told you so' even though I did tell you what was going to happen on election night."
Sorry, but you're no Nate Silver. Since World War II, at the mid-term of a president's second term in office, the party occupying the White House has lost an average of 25.6 seats in the House of Representatives and 5.8 seats in the Senate. This time around, Democrats lost 14 seats in the House (significantly better than the historical average) and 7 seats in the Senate (a little worse than the historical average). It happened to George W. Bush. It happened to Bill Clinton and it happened to Ronald Reagan. If one has any knowledge of history at all, it wasn't hard to predict the outcome of this year's elections so you're no more prescient than anybody else. You're just a #$%$ on a stick with a grossly inflated sense of self-worth and importance. Seriously, nobody's impressed.
Really? Shall I recount for you the many "accomplishments" of George W. Bush and his administration? Didn't think so ... How embarrassing for you.
Actually, it is you who doesn't "get it". The American people are sick and tired, absolutely fed up, with nothing getting done in Washington D.C., "fiddling while Rome burns" as it were.
I'll make a prediction. Now that Republicans are the majority party in both the House and the Senate, if the House continues the obstruction that we've seen the last six years and the Senate begins acting similarly, in 2016 the American people will show Republicans the door and they may end up losing everything they gained this time around. Too whom much is granted, much is expected.
Don't panic. The black helicopter is on its way to pick you up now. It'll be there in under five minutes. You're welcome.
"Youve been listening to much to the SPEEA executive Director R G ..." I have been doing no such thing.
Given that most of the Senate seats up for grabs are in traditionally "red" states, the odds of Republicans taking control of the Senate are very good. If Democrats somehow manage to defy the odds however and retain control how will you explain it? Will you blame it on "voter fraud"? Thought so ...
Hang in there Don. A few more minutes and the black helicopter will be there to pick you up. I promise.
Somehow, I don't think a Thermos bottle would've been smart enough to make finding and killing Osama bin Laden a priority. George W. Bush sure didn't. So, does that make a Thermos bottle smarter than Dubya? It would appear so.
Rampant voter fraud huh? I know it's not what Republicans want to hear, but this has been investigated countless times and the findings have always been the same. Voter fraud is actually quite rare, at least in the United States. I guess when the American people soundly and repeatedly reject Republican policies, political views and the "party" this is all Republicans have left, trying to explain it away with figments of their imagination. Go take another Viagra Don. You're losing it!
If Democrats defy the odds and retain control of the Senate, are you?
I see you guys are finally listening to Nate Silver. Learn something from the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections did you? President McCain ... Nope. President Romney ... Nope. ROFL
Republicans definitely have a big advantage in this year's Senate races, which is due in large part to the fact that the Senate seats up for re-election just happen to be in traditionally "red" states. The question is, if Republicans take control of the Senate, will it really matter? I'm not sure it will because they won't have a big enough majority to overturn a presidential veto and if you haven't noticed the guy in the White House is a Democrat. ROFL
P.S. Any idea who the next failed Republican nominee for president is going to be? Just wondering ...
I completely agree. Never before, in the history of the United States, have so many Americans, so frequently, been so embarrassed to be an American. And do you know who we have to thank for that? Yep, none other than George W. Bush. The rest of the world looks at the USA, shakes its head and just snickers. Thanks Dubya!
"Voters are really POed at what Democrats have done to the country."
And what exactly would that be? Tracking down and killing Osama bin Laden? Saving the U.S. auto industry (and the thousands of jobs that go with it)? Preventing the complete and total collapse of the U.S. banking industry and an almost certain depression? Trying to narrow the gender "pay gap"? Keeping government out of women's health care decisions? And on and on and on ...
Only a Republican would make a big mess (e.g. George W. Bush and the rest of his wrecking ball crew) then complain that the people cleaning it up aren't doing it fast enough or good enough.
Uh ... wasn't it Republicans who believed that we'd be welcomed in Iraq as liberators, that the sale of Iraqi oil would pay for the war, that the war would only last a few weeks and Iraq was hiding WMDs? If there's one thing Republicans know about it's Kool-Aid drinking since they've done so very very much of it.