GOP portrays Dems as evil Scooby, Cruella

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    Mar 04, 2010 12:08 PM GMT
    Said Democratic National Committee spokesman Brad Woodhouse: "If you had any doubt, any doubt whatsoever, that the Republican Party has been taken over by the fear-mongering lunatic fringe, those doubts were erased today."

    He added, "Republicans across the country have cheered on crowds where these very images appeared."


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    Mar 04, 2010 3:56 PM GMT
    But remember, these guys don't speak for everyone in the Republican party!

    (only the majority, and the ones bankrolling campaigns)

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    Mar 04, 2010 4:00 PM GMT
    Mature.
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    Mar 04, 2010 4:05 PM GMT
    power breeds corruption, corrution breeds arrogance, arrogance breeds detachment from reality.

    this isn't limited to the republican party, but they seem to have a bumper crop of all the above at this time. its why they need to be knocked backwards a few steps, not out of the picture, but most definitely they need to lose some of all of the above, unfortunately, the democratic party is the only tool we have to accomplish that, and they show signs of the same malaise.
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    Mar 04, 2010 4:06 PM GMT
    GwgTrunks saidBut remember, these guys don't speak for everyone in the Republican party!

    (only the majority, and the ones bankrolling campaigns)

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    Yeah, thanks for pointing that out! (In a sarcastic way) I was anticipating seeing the standard posting here of "But you're generalizing! Not all Republican are like that! I once knew a Republican who voted for a Democrat!"

    But when they're putting this stuff into PowerPoint presentations to mass audiences, isn't it time to just admit that this is the REAL face of the Republican Party? Why do some here insist we give a pass to the whole Party, based on the very slim Republican minority that isn't like this?

    Well, the answer is obvious. Being Republicans, or Republican sympathizers themselves, they want to immunize themselves against this hate. But I tell you, if you stand on the side of gay haters, then you participate in gay hate. To quote their icon George Bush, "You are either with us, or against us." Fair enough?
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    Mar 04, 2010 4:09 PM GMT
    This is from their Powerpoint Presentation on how to rope in constituents. Basically, it's a flowchart on how to herd sheep. I think they're speaking for the whole republican party in this case.
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    Mar 04, 2010 4:23 PM GMT
    McGay saidThis is from their Powerpoint Presentation on how to rope in constituents. Basically, it's a flowchart on how to herd sheep. I think they're speaking for the whole republican party in this case.
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    This is truly frightening. True believers? Ego-Driven? Privileges?

    What ever happened to the noble concepts upon which this country was founded? "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

    Apparently not in the Republican Party view of the world, as their official presentation demonstrates, in this and other slides. Conform, or perish.
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    Mar 04, 2010 5:44 PM GMT
    It's so sad what's happened to the Republican party over the last 26 years.
    Truly, the party needs to be remade from top to bottom.
    If they gain seats in Nov, the Republicans will NOT get the message, that they need to clearly and sincerly apologize for all the damage they've done to the country (as a result of the disasterous Bush Jr. years, and as a result of their adding the vast majority of debt to our National Debt.), and that they need to come up with a new agenda of fresh ideas that are focused on helping all Americans, not just the richest 1-2%.
    Right now, they're still pushing the same tired, old, failed, trickle-down economics bs that's done so much damage to our country, and that's added by far the most debt to our exploding National Debt.
    They need to get another beat-down in Nov. for them to really get the message that they cannot just contnue to do business as usual.
    Their policies of the last 25 years have failed, and they're the only ones who don't recognize that.