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Fri Dec 7, 2012, 07:14 PM

1. When most voters elected Democrats in 2006, we knew that "Most Americans ain't buyin' the repug

 

bullshit any more." But did she? Among the first words to come out of her mouth was "Impeachment is off the table."

When most voters elected Democrats in 2008, we again knew that "Most Americans ain't buyin' the repug bullshit any more." But did Obama and his Chief of Staff? Didn't Obama immediately re-define himself as a "Centrist"? Didn't his Chief of Staff say, without any adverse consequences "fucking retarded" when referring to liberals? And didn't his Chief of Staff say, "Where else are they going to go?"

In 2010, when Obama extended the Bush tax cuts and let it be known that he agreed with or would partly accept Republican positions, we again knew that "Most Americans ain't buyin' the repug bullshit any more." After the election results were in, didn't we hear the words from the White House, "We get it."?

Now it is 2012. Did President Obama really get it in 2010? Does he really intend to do what the electorate wants? Are we no longer going to have to accept the Bush tax cuts?

Let's hope so.

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