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Posted on 11/07/2012 3:17:18 PM PST by dynachrome
Do you expect more or less gridlock in Washington after Tuesday's election results?
More gridlock -- the balance of power is the same, as are the divisions
Less gridlock -- with no major election for two years, the parties have to work together
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(yes I am pessimistic)
Harry Reid said he couldn’t work with Romney, so I don’t thnk the GOP should work with him.
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House Speaker John Boehner already offered a deal. I’m hoping he’s been inspired by Lucy holding the football for Charlie Brown, but I’m afraid he’s just being a moron. My hope is that we will have even more gridlock - an improvement considering that everything the federal government does is stupid, evil, or both. I’m afraid we will have less gridlock, in which case we will slide down to socialism even more rapidly.
More gridlock...the balance of power is the same.
I intend to be more active than ever. We need to hold their feet to the fire and fight these traitors with everything we’ve got. Britt Hume and the talking heads calling for a move to the left be dammed.
Expect it? Expect it?
Hell, I DEMAND it!
Let’s get the revolution underway. I don’t want my kids and grandkids to have to fight it. I’d rather we do it, NOW, and get it over with.
one of the interesting points in the exit poll analysis report was how often something I recognized was mentioned
many people who said the economy was a big issue blamed G.W.Bush for it
I have said this was a big error that Mitt never moved forcefully to correct. More than anything he “let it slide off him” - sort of saying its not his, Mitts fault either, but he failed to forcefully reject the whole premise that conditions today are G.W.Bush’s fault.
That made those who came to the argument with that premise see Mitt as an echo, not a choice. To be a choice he had to convince people the premise was wrong.
No matter what Obama “inherited” he did not inherit the economy damaging issues he added on to the mess, like Obamacare, nor did he inherit the regulatory uncertainty followed by regulatory excess that he burdened the economy with. Mitt never made THAT case.
“conditions today are G.W.Bushs fault.”
After 4 years, ‘Bush’s fault’ still works. will the marxist party still push it in 2014? 2016? I don’t see why not.
Gridlock is the last, best hope we have to keep something worth salvaging in 2014 and 2016.
Any “republican” who wants my support will have to block that SOB every step of the way.
More gridlock? I doubt it! 0bama will rule by executive order and judicial appointments.
More gridlock — the balance of power is the same, as are the divisions 86.23%
Less gridlock — with no major election for two years, the parties have to work together 13.77%
More gridlock — the balance of power is the same, as are the divisions 86.21%
Less gridlock — with no major election for two years, the parties have to work together 13.79%
86.2 More gridlock, 13.2 Less
If our guys do not go after 0bama hammer & tong AND get the Senate into a position where they HAVE to impeach this fraud, I am done. The list is nearly a mile long. There’s no excuse. (Joe Biden is a chronic screw up & would be right behind him. If Ryan could somehow obtain the Speakership, that would be it)
Fox as usual putting out BS poll. Why don’t they ask if the election was a fraud? Oh, I forgot they are a part of it.
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