Oops! Here is the link that she is talking about:
If the GOP doesn’t start viciously attacking the news media and calling them out on their BIAS FOR OBAMA, they will continue to LOSE on every issue.
Heck, the GOP is selling Boehner “Bonehead” wobbly dolls.
For extra, it’ll come with a built in water supply that’ll “cry” when activated by a special RF WIMPOID remote control.
Batteries not included.
Sarah knows this! Can't wait until the GOP dies its slow death. They can either stand by our side or be crushed under our heel, but they will NOT stand in our way.
Abandon Boehner as Speaker. Get a Speaker who can hand it back to the democrats. Get a Speaker who won’t cringe and capitulate if the media tell him to. Get a Speaker who knows and uses legislative tactics. It’s not Boehner. Read my lips. Not Boehner.
Both the U.S. and Great Britain entered the 1980s battling malaise and sluggish economies. So when Ronald Reagan declared on his Inauguration Day in 1981 that “government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem,” it was a political aphrodisiac for the then newly installed British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. The Iron Lady had found her American Romeo with an equal lust for austerity and deregulation. The two were also of the same mind when it came to the Soviet Union, describing the crumbling giant in black-and-white terms as an “evil empire.” When Thatcher's term outlasted Reagan's, she grew concerned that the next occupant of the Oval Office wouldn't share the same resolve. As the allies wavered over how best to deal with an aggressive Saddam Hussein in 1990, Thatcher reportedly warned the first President Bush, “Don't go wobbly on me, George.”
Gone wobbly long ago to the point that today the Republican party is so low it has to look up just to see down. Personally, I’m done with playing along with their sham of letting us peons vote just to appease so they can maintain control without fearing those whom they control. Just waiting for the day the SHTF.
I’m done with cute little exhortations like “C’mon, now” to the GOP. Quite frankly, I’d rather tell them to go to hell.