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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    That's interesting. I wonder why the Democrats have lost something over a thousand elected positions since 2009? Could it be because people are moving away from Democrats?
    Pretty bold words after just losing the popular vote. Better use that ignorant statement a lot before the mid terms get here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    The Democrats do not want the individual to ever be able to fish for himself or herself. He might be too successful, in which case they will take those additional fish to give to someone that didn't bother to fish. As long as you keep making excuses for failure, you will continue to see more of it.
    Plain fucking stupid.
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    Morning Joe Scarborough left the Republican party, too,
    said the ideals of conservatism have been reduced to nothing more than talk radio resentment.

    ?Morning Joe? Scarborough writes GOP obituary: Conservatism has been reduced to nothing but ?talk radio resentment?
    The proof is the contents of posts by conservatives right here on PH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatist View Post
    Pretty bold words after just losing the popular vote. Better use that ignorant statement a lot before the mid terms get here.
    You are damn right, they are bold words and the truth. The Democrats failed to win the House, the Senate, and the Oval Office. Those are facts. I don't see any of that changing before at least November 2020. Do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    You are damn right, they are bold words and the truth. The Democrats failed to win the House, the Senate, and the Oval Office. Those are facts. I don't see any of that changing before at least November 2020. Do you?
    I see it. Trump is eviscerating his "own" party.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    That's interesting. I wonder why the Democrats have lost something over a thousand elected positions since 2009? Could it be because people are moving away from Democrats?
    In California, where apportionment is carried out by a bipartisan commission, democrats have gained seats.

    BTW, it looks like Issa is in trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    The Democrats do not want the individual to ever be able to fish for himself or herself. He might be too successful, in which case they will take those additional fish to give to someone that didn't bother to fish. As long as you keep making excuses for failure, you will continue to see more of it.
    It may surprise you to know that many enteupenures are, themselves, democrats.

    Really, you conservatives need a little more consistancy in your message. Are people poor because they lack ambition, and fail to work hard, or are they poor because they lack opportunity? What would your message be to unemployed coal miners?
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    This fine gentleman deserves great KUDOS and a standing ovation for his decision to leave the Republican Party and join the Democratic Party!

    Be sure to read the following sections! It reveals his reasons for leaving the Republican Party. More Republicans should follow in his footsteps and open their arms to the Democratic Party!

    "Why I left the GOP:" -- ALSO -- "Why I'm joining the Democratic Party:"








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    44 years a Republican, 1 year an Independent, today I?m joining the Democratic Party | Politics Now
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    Mr. Drone,

    I think this needs to be moved to the "And we should give a F@@k why" forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Dad View Post
    You are damn right, they are bold words and the truth. The Democrats failed to win the House, the Senate, and the Oval Office. Those are facts. I don't see any of that changing before at least November 2020. Do you?
    The house is a result of apportionment. The Oval Office is the result of the EC, not the will of the people, and republicans hold a narrow majority in the senate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kallie Knoetze View Post
    Mr. Drone,

    I think this needs to be moved to the "And we should give a F@@k why" forum.
    Apparently you do care, or you wouldn't have bothered to post the above.

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