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Thu Nov 29, 2012, 01:22 PM

I like my president very much

very much that I feel there is no staunch supporter than me, but the President cannot allow the republicans to determine the conversation in choosing the the next SOS. The democrats won the bloody election, they need to grow a pair and stand for what they believe in rather than let the republican party which has shown they have no credence to smear a candidate that has all the qualities needed for the job.

Who did the people of this country voted for on November 6th 2012? We all know if the American people wanted the republicans to be in charge of decision making they'll have voted for them, so let's all stop pretending as if the republican party matter, because they don't.

Just asked the American people.



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GeorgeGist Nov 2012 #1
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woo me with science Nov 2012 #3
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Response to Hutzpa (Original post)

Thu Nov 29, 2012, 03:34 PM

1. They frame. You respond.

Got it.

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Response to GeorgeGist (Reply #1)

Thu Nov 29, 2012, 03:46 PM

2. I'm sure it will work wonders if

democrats can turn it around by framing and responding on subjects at hand.

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Response to Hutzpa (Original post)

Thu Nov 29, 2012, 03:49 PM

3. It's not a matter of "growing a pair."

It is a matter of a corrupt, purchased system.

As long as we keep treating the betrayals as flukes and inexplicable psychological lapses, we will never solve this problem.

There is no strange, mysterious medical epidemic of pathological timidity that has infected only the Democratic side of Washington, and only when they need to push against Bush-style corporate economic, war, or police state policies.

No, we have a SYSTEMIC problem of billions of dollars in corporate money flooding our government and making our representatives, including our President, reluctant to represent us on these issues. We need to recognize that serious, serious problem, and we need to deal with it.

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Response to woo me with science (Reply #3)

Thu Nov 29, 2012, 04:11 PM

4. "It is a matter of a corrupt, purchased system"

yes, yes and yes. The system as we all know has been bought and paid for by the one percent society and are unwilling to let go, but what this 2012 election showed me is that these high society folks can be beaten. Think of all the money that was spent to remove Obama from the White House yet they fail. The problem is these blue dog democrats who refuses to walk the party line, but instead are selling us some stale meat as bi-partisanship to help screw us into oblivion.

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