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goclark Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-17-09 10:44 AM
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8. We don't complain until too late because we are the "nice guys"
and "nice guys" speak politely, write letters and attend the meeting and take good notes.

Nice guys finish first in most cases.

But we must realize that "after the fact" does not change things right away.

The damage has already been done.

I guess you could say that Democrats played the "nice guys" during the stolen elections and for 8 years after.

In many ways, we were busy preparing ourselves for 2008 ~ and we won!

But have we noticed that now the Bad Guys are starting their same evil deeds and we are back to nice guys during the critical Health Care issue.

We will win but it sure is painful to watch.


Sometimes I think that Carter has decided to be the "Bad Guy" and open the discussion on Race while the President steps away and puts the focus on Health Care.

That would be smart ~ the only problem now is the M$M is in the pockets of the Bad Guys.
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