Left wing frenzy

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    Jan 22, 2010 4:22 AM GMT
    Wow the frenzy going on in America at the moment I just had a look at the news. You have liberals attacking liberals, dedicated democrats still putting all the blame on the Bush administration; yet how long has Obama been in now. Many liberals are disappointed with him, and feel he has done more damage than good and the liberal agenda is now all but over.

    Now when McCain lost some Republics were disappointed, but you did not have this frenzy going on, from the Republicans. Now this is entertainment.
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    Jan 22, 2010 6:08 AM GMT
    How much do you think the funeral will cost?
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    Jan 22, 2010 6:46 AM GMT
    Um?
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    Jan 22, 2010 7:26 AM GMT
    ILmarathonrunner saidUm?


    That of the death of the democratic party.
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    Jan 22, 2010 1:16 PM GMT
    Pattison saidNow when McCain lost some Republics were disappointed, but you did not have this frenzy going on, from the Republicans. Now this is entertainment.


    Yeah, I mean that whole head hunt for the moderate Republicans didn't happen. You know the one where they started tossing moderate people out of office (See NY House Race for details).
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    Jan 22, 2010 1:27 PM GMT
    DCEric said
    Pattison saidNow when McCain lost some Republics were disappointed, but you did not have this frenzy going on, from the Republicans. Now this is entertainment.


    Yeah, I mean that whole head hunt for the moderate Republicans didn't happen. You know the one where they started tossing moderate people out of office (See NY House Race for details).


    Don't even bother. It's best to let it go.

    Nothing to see here, folks. Move along.
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    Jan 22, 2010 1:40 PM GMT
    The Democrats do have a long-cherished traditional response to electoral defeats. It's known fondly as the "circular firing squad."
  • roadbikeRob

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    Jan 23, 2010 7:42 PM GMT
    What is the difference if you elect either the democrats or the republicans to office. Both political parties are equally corrupt and bought and controlled by the big money interests. While the GOP is in bed with the big defense contractors and the oil companies and other extraction industries, the democrats are in bed with the big banks and the automotive industry. It is still the same stinking negative result, the mass majority of the American people from the upper middle class all the way down to the poorest of the poor get stuck with the astronomical bill and get it up the ass. The rich, especially the multi billionaires get away with bloody murder and continue to benefit from costly corporate welfare at taxpayers expense. No wonder most Americans have become totally disgusted with the whole scenario and become apathetic. Who can blame them.
  • Webster666

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    Jan 28, 2010 1:08 AM GMT
    "That of the death of the democratic party."
    ?!?!?!



    You stupid twat.
    A Republican centerfold won a Massachusetts Senate seat by only 100,000 votes.
    He has to run for reelection in just 3 years. By that time, there will be any number of Democratic candidates who can win that seat.

    BTW,
    Last I checked, the Democrats still had a big majority in both houses.


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    Jan 28, 2010 1:11 AM GMT
    Last time I checked, Obama was still President, Dems had a 18 seat majority in the Senate and a 73 seat majority in the House. Doesn't sound all that bad to me. A lot can happen in a year. Watch and see.
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    Jan 28, 2010 1:36 AM GMT
    It may be his first year, but there are three to go. I just wish the majority would get some momentum going. The wheels are spinning, but they ain’t going nowhere! WTF!
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    Jan 28, 2010 1:46 AM GMT
    I'm thinking the President and his Party have come to terms with the fact that Republicans don't want to work on behalf of the American people, and that Lieberman isn't their friend. That's all the insight they need to finally begin fixing the mess that Bush, Cheney and Rove left behind.
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    Jan 28, 2010 1:51 AM GMT
    Barack needs to realize that the history books will only be kind to him if he gets radical. Nothing in the current cacaphony of history books is going to help him and if he's looking to repeat a history, he's foolish.
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    Jan 28, 2010 1:51 AM GMT
    as usual, Patty is 100% spot on, correct.
    You nailed it! congrats! you win! cheers! let's here it for the boy!
    Not even a bit obvious. really. I'm being serious.
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  • HndsmKansan

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    Jan 28, 2010 1:54 AM GMT
    Pattison said

    Now when McCain lost some Republics were disappointed, but you did not have this frenzy going on, from the Republicans. Now this is entertainment.


    Now Pat.... if you lived here you would have seen the "frenzy" after the elections in November 2008... and of course there is cutting comments and "the right blaming the centrist"... just look at McCain. He's going to have a right winger challenging him for his senate seat. It isn't about
    just democrats.. any incumbent can be at risk.