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christx30 Donating Member (774 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-28-11 12:05 PM
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67. I have to ask a question
Edited on Mon Nov-28-11 12:09 PM by christx30
and I might get in trouble for this, but it needs to be asked...
Do republicans actually want to govern? I mean.. they are bad at public relations to a degree that is almost criminal.
Teenager speaks out at meeting. And it's over. She doesn't think anything is going to happen with it. As far as she knows it's over. There might be a blurb in a state or local paper, but that's it.
But he tries his "Damage Control" stuff and it explodes nationally. Now people everywhere are talking about it. I mean, I can't find anything about it on freerepublic. I guess there's no way they can spin it to make their guy look good. But CNN has cover story on it.
It's hilarious how bad they are at this kind of thing. It's like being in a tense face off with someone that doesn't know how to shoot anything except for his own foot. You might miss as badly as to graze his shoulder, but he's got 5 bullets in his foot and after a while you just want to call it off because you kind of feel bad for him.
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