GOP message to jobless same as message to those in poor health; Drop dead

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    GOP to jobless: Drop dead

    Steven Pearlstein
    Washingto Post Staff Writer
    Tuesday, November 16, 2010; 10:54 PM


    Steven Pearlstein - GOP to jobless: Drop dead
     
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    .............and this is a surprise??? When the "masses" of Main STreet finally wake up to the fact that voting Republican means the few "amassing" on Wall STreet --- well..........it'll take the Reps another 40 years to change their image yet again!
     
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    I read this and it's really no surprise. Over and over the GOP has made it crystal clear who they care about and screw everyone else (think Bush). But the GOP is what America deserves. More wars, fewer jobs, richer rich people, more foreclosures, handguns in every pocket, you name it. There is nothing, nothing that Bush did they wouldn't do all over again in spite of his 23% approval ratings, sea of red ink and two wars he left behind.
     
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    It's o.k. ----- the crazier the right gets, the more the independents will finally come to their senses. Each wave backwards makes for a more progressive wave to come! By 2050 the US will be a social democracy. We will indeed have healthcare for all Americans as a "right" and not a privilege. We will have a better old age pension program. We will have reasonable education for anyone who wants it. Why? Because it's good for the nation. We will have finally stopped the madness of "I have -- you don't -- tough shit!" And will come to a new conclusion, "whatever the cost, whatever it takes -- is it good for America!" Giving us a great sense of "social" security isn't socialism -- it's a nation that thinks LIKE a nation instead of a nation of individuals. After all my friend, we're even now still crawling out from under 300 years of Puritan ethic!! -- AND it took over 100 years to finally enact civil rights legislation to fully impliment the Emancipation Proclamation. I also believe we're going to radically change our political system (have to I'm afraid). Special interests and corporations will finally realize that their "death grip" on America cannot be sustained. More and more employees are going to "buy out" businesses and re-invent profit sharing! Corporations who constantly outsource their jobs are going to find out that the word "boycott" is still a powerful force in the American psyche (it's just been lying dormant since the 70's!!!)
    ...............'nough said for now!
     
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    ^ I hope you're right but I've lost the faith. My thoughts exact;y:


    To all of you who either flip-flopped your wishy-washy ideals and switched your vote from bluish to reddish this past election because Obama and the lukewarm Dems failed to solve all world problems in 700 days, or because you got yourself so emotionally riled up/mentally watered down by the sexy caveman grunts of the Tea Party that you actually bought the BS line about being "mad as hell" about nothing even remotely coherent.



     
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    thanks for the article -- Mark Morford is quite the writer!!
     
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    oh lordy.... really? that's what the GOP thinks?... shame the LPSG poli board is nearing a 110% libertard circle jerk...
     
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    No he's not.... he's Sean Hannity of the left. Fuck... wake up.
     
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    In the midst of your whining and crying you forgot what a tongue in cheek response is. Damn, our LPSG trolls are just getting stupider and stupider with every spelling error they make. :rolleyes:
     
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    With all of Fucktard Hannity's whining about gays why is it you never hear him say anything bad about the tv show Glee, which has turned into the poster child for gay? Faux Gnus vs. Fox Entertainment. Slightly off subject but since the queen of face brought him up it reminded me.
     
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