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Thu Nov 8, 2012, 04:12 PM

Papantonio: Extremist GOP No Longer Relevant In Politics

Mike Papantonio talks with Ed Schultz about the failures of the GOP and how their shift to the far right (thanks to the Tea Party) has made the party completely irrelevant to voters today.

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Reply Papantonio: Extremist GOP No Longer Relevant In Politics (Original post)
GoLeft TV Nov 2012 OP
codjh9 Nov 2012 #1
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Jack Rabbit Nov 2012 #3

Response to GoLeft TV (Original post)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 04:13 PM

1. Well... despite how fabulously well we did, when 47-48% of the country still voted for that

insane shit, I can't say they're 'irrelevant' yet.

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Thu Nov 8, 2012, 05:10 PM

2. yah

how about that. only 3 less sane Americans out of 100 would have changed everything. Sad really

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Thu Nov 8, 2012, 05:49 PM

3. The GOP is not irrelevant as it is the majority in the House

Do you think Mrs. Bachmann feels chastised because had to outspend her opponent 12:1 in order to win by about one-half of one percent? They lady is such a black-and-white thinker (for want of a better word) that she could win by a single vote and act like it was a landslide.

We only won half the battle Tuesday night. It was as important to defeat that Republican majority in the House as it was to reelect the President and keep that vulture capitalist away from the reigns of power. They're back and still angry, still racist, still nihilistic and still obstructionist. It's going to be gridlock on principle again, just like the last Congress. They'll pass no jobs bill, but they'll try to send the Ryan's budget to the Senate and won't be capable of understanding why Harry Reid is laughing at them, unless he's just too annoyed with their steer manure.

It's not funny. America wouldn't have survived a Romney presidency, and might not survive the Tea Party's war on black presidents.

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