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  • Why I Was Wrong

    11/07/2012 7:46:57 AM PST · 55 of 88
    Sudetenland to MNDude
    Changing demographics is the rule. You want to be shocked? In Harris County (Houston, Texas) Romney carried it by TWO (yes that's 2) votes. Simply astounding.

    I know where I was wrong in my landslide prediction, it was in not believing the DRI of the polls was reflective of public opinion, not selective by the pollsters. Last night I heard Kirsten Powers explain the source of those DRIs. The pollsters did not filter their calls by party affiliation, they did not assume a 2008 model and thereby make their calls, they ASKED those whom the polled "What party most closely reflects your views?" and those DRIs were merely a reporting of the answers to that question.

    The Republican Party no longer reflects the views of a majority of voters--not even close. Had I known that prior to the election, today's results would not have been the shock that they were.
  • The Untied States of America [VANITY]

    11/07/2012 7:46:02 AM PST · 19 of 24
    Sudetenland to rarestia
    Although this election result is personally depressing, I have a different take on it. I believe that this is a clear massage from God that we need to place our reliance upon Him and have Faith that His will for each of us is all that matters.

    It's not a pleasant lesson, but perhaps it is a lesson we all need to take to heart. Remember exactly Who is in charge . . . not our will, but His.

    May God bless us all and make His light to shine down upon us. Be of good cheer (if you can manage it :) )
  • Chris Christie was the difference...this is on him

    11/06/2012 9:46:22 PM PST · 41 of 66
    Sudetenland to teg_76
    That, my FRiend, is a load of horse hockey. This goes far, far deeper than Chris Christie's embrace of Obama for doing his job and such scape goating does nothing to remedy the problem.

    This is a manifestation of an American populace who have collectively decided that dependence on government is preferable to industry and self-reliance. It is a manifestation (inevitable) of 60 years of welfare, Medicare, and Medicaid. It is a manifestation of Pell grants and other forms of middle class welfare. It is a manifestation of our changing demographics in which white, hard-working men and women of faith and traditional lifestyle will no longer determine the direction in which this nation moves . . . and it is the death knell of our Republic.

    I wish you were right, but I fear that we have now crossed our national Rubicon and will not again cross it until we have "enjoyed" the dubious pleasures of Euro-socialism.

    May God bless us and have mercy upon us all, for we are all sure to need his help.
  • Best reason to vote him out: Michelle Obama asks ‘Imagine what Barack can do in 4 more years?’

    11/05/2012 7:39:28 AM PST · 17 of 29
    Sudetenland to redtetrahedron

    I laughed when I read that . . . isn’t that precisely why we are voting for Romney, the frightening specter of what havoc Obama could wreak with a second term?

  • PREDICTIONS THREAD! Lock in your predictions for tomorrow! [Vanity]

    11/05/2012 7:23:20 AM PST · 115 of 185
    Sudetenland to kevkrom
    I've been predicting a Romney/Ryan margin of 10% since my August 15th blog, the day after Artur Davis endorsed Romney.

    Since that time I have occasionally wavered to as low as 5%, but I will stick with my first specific results prediction made after the 1 st debate of RR-54%, OB-46%.

    I affirmed that prediction in my November 3rd blog post:

    Romney Landslide: You Read It Here First

    Since that post, I have found several who were as bullish as I and said so even earlier than I.

    Yeah, it's hubris, but I still have that gut feeling. The only hangup has been this Sandy business, but I am not convinced that it will influence voters significantly.
  • Obama’s jobs report isn't a conspiracy. But the figures are debatable and the recovery is dubious

    10/07/2012 7:45:59 AM PDT · 20 of 21
    Sudetenland to FreeAtlanta
    The problem with what Welch did is that, even though everyone knows this is a fiction, you just can't make unsupported allegations of that magnitude without substantial and irrefutable evidence . . . the American people will always be repulsed by that. Even if they have the suspicion that it may be true, they inherently believe the best of people.

    It's sort of a corollary to "The Big Lie." People don't want to believe the bad about others. They like to believe that everyone is just as honest and straightforward as they.

    It's how con-men make a living . . . and how Democrats keep getting elected . . . but I repeat myself. :)
  • Why Romney Won the First Debate

    10/07/2012 6:19:07 AM PDT · 16 of 33
    Sudetenland to Kaslin
    Obama lost, because he really doesn't know anything about the issues. He is nothing but an empty suit with the correct political philosophy for those who are behind him and actually running the country--Jarrett, Soros, Ploufe, and the Chicago cabal.

    HIs body language screamed ignorance. Looking down, not at his opponent, the verbal delaying tactics (umm . . . ahh . . . uhh), all of it designed to give him time to think of an appropriate distraction or liberal bromide.

    Obama lost because all he knows is the liberal line of lies and BS.
  • Romney Pollster: Ignore the ‘Sugar High’ of Democrat Convention (0bama pulling out of NC)

    09/10/2012 10:35:22 AM PDT · 50 of 53
    Sudetenland to snarkytart
    You'd be surprised how many conservatives watch Morning Joe. All it takes is an interest in what the other side is saying and a strong stomach.

    I have learned to set the bias aside for the superior format and generally higher level of discourse as compared to "Fox and Friends," which I find banal and uninteresting.
  • Romney Pollster: Ignore the ‘Sugar High’ of Democrat Convention (0bama pulling out of NC)

    09/10/2012 7:09:23 AM PDT · 38 of 53
    Sudetenland to snarkytart
    Son'r know, but Jim Vandehei was on Morning Joe this morning and he said the Romney camp is very open in private conversations about the fact that their internals aren't great.

    Yet . . . here they are, fighting the same battle McCain fought using the same tactics.

    Somebody better wake them up before we wind up with Obama for another 4 years--something I would never have believed possible a month ago. This race should be down-hill with the wind at your back easy for anyone against Obama . . . even Romney.
  • General Election: Romney vs. Obama (Rasmussen: Obama 49 Romney 45)

    09/10/2012 7:09:15 AM PDT · 146 of 149
    Sudetenland to RitaOK

    Thanks for the response. I’m not given to Biblical prophecy predictions—in fact, dislike them intensely—but . . . I fear you’re right. If Obama wins, we are in for hard times.

  • General Election: Romney vs. Obama (Rasmussen: Obama 49 Romney 45)

    09/09/2012 8:02:42 AM PDT · 90 of 149
    Sudetenland to InterceptPoint
    That is the most important question asked on this thread and I am astounded that it required 50 responses before it was asked.

    I won't even pay attention to a poll if I can't see the demographic breakdown. Rassmussen doesn't reveal his internal details unless you subscibe--which I decline to do.

    I'm betting that Dems were over polled about 5-7%. That seems to be the going rate these days.
  • David Brooks: The Real Romney (NYTIMES House "conservative" shows his stripes)

    08/28/2012 12:46:29 PM PDT · 26 of 27
    Sudetenland to Alter Kaker
    REally? Is everyone really this obtuse?

    Brooks, our favorite Beltway conservative to bash was actually making a commentary about LIBERALS.

    Brooks was skewering the liberal media and liberals for the constant twisted narrative that they spew.

    Vanity alert! Posted this today: Brooks' Folly - Is It Satire If You Audience Misses The Joke?
  • Will Romney/Ryan doubletalk stampede the conservative herd?

    08/13/2012 7:39:17 PM PDT · 28 of 66
    Sudetenland to Sola Veritas; Jim Robinson
    "This is EVIL!! Romney is an evil godless man and he lies for power!!"

    The only evil I see is the twisted malignant hatred that seethes and roils through the once great FreeRepublic and in its owner.

    To accuse a good man of being evil because you disagree with his stands on the issue is what I expect from Alinsky-ite liberals, not conservatives. It is also a bald-faced lie (another classic Alinsy-ite tactic).

    Real conservatives are motivated by reason and logic, not emotion and one cannot make the sort of comments that have been made here recently without being completely consumed by hatred (combined with a large dose of self-righteousness).

    I feel sorry for you folks, you have truly lost your way. Your ability to reason has been compromised by your hatred and and your obsession for the perfect conservative candidate--an unreal expectation.

    Hatred knows no reason, sees no truth, brooks no dissension. It is blind emotion released out of fear with the intent to destroy. It is never uplifting, never affirmative, and never, ever rational.

    Feel free to delete my account. I won't be back. I'll be with real, rational conservatives and tea party members, not out here on the lunatic fringe.

    God bless.
  • M65 Atomic Cannon ("Atomic Annie")

    08/12/2012 3:52:45 PM PDT · 3 of 62
    Sudetenland to moonshot925
    I remember reading about those when I was a kid and they were still deployed. Pretty cool, but not terribly practical as a theater weapon. To big and stationary . . . even in the 50's.

    Thanks for the memories.
  • Michael Dokes, Former Champ, Passes Away at 54

    08/12/2012 3:46:53 PM PDT · 2 of 10
    Sudetenland to EveningStar
    Sad tale. I remember him when he first hit the big time--really impressive. I was sure he would be champ.

    Boxing is full of sad tales like this.

    God rest his soul.
  • Today Marks 1200th Day Since Senate Dems Have Passed a Budget

    08/12/2012 12:46:46 PM PDT · 11 of 12
    Sudetenland to I am Richard Brandon
    Don't know.

    How do you enforce the law on the primary body that makes the laws and the Executive Branch (which is charged with enforcing the law) when they both refuse to do their jobs?

    . . . Especially when you have a second party that is afraid to confront the abusers for fear of what the press might say about them
  • Today Marks 1200th Day Since Senate Dems Have Passed a Budget

    08/11/2012 8:27:00 PM PDT · 7 of 12
    Sudetenland to Last Dakotan

    It’s far worse than that. Without “zero based budgeting,” all of the money being spent now will be included in the next years budget as a baseline. That’s one of the main reasons they haven’t been willing to pass a budget. The baseline in the “baseline budgeting” they use keeps growing.

  • Ryan is a good man, but does not redeem the abortionist/homosexualist statist Romney

    08/11/2012 5:08:58 PM PDT · 49 of 5,195
    Sudetenland to Jim Robinson
    You bet, Jim, we're all much better off with an abortionist/homosexualist, statist, Stalinist whose love of our Constitution is so great that he uses it for a doormat.

    Yep, Jim, GREAT CALL! /rolleyes
  • MoveOn: Romney Political Suicide

    08/11/2012 2:02:35 PM PDT · 35 of 55
    Sudetenland to Bryanw92

    HAH-HAH-HAH-HAH-HAH!!!! Panic continues to grow in the lefties. They ALWAYS let you know who they fear—picking Ryan sent shock waves through them.

  • So....We like Paul Ryan?

    08/11/2012 6:13:23 AM PDT · 82 of 327
    Sudetenland to Perdogg; muawiyah
    Clearly that question has been answered time and again . . . the post above merely confirms what has been expressed many time before.

    Some folks just gotta hate . . . and the ones with the weakest, most emotionally based reasoning use their self-professed religiosity as an excuse and a weapon.

    We now have two very fine, upstanding individuals running, everything the haters say notwithstanding.

    I'm not a big Romney fan, but I do respect him personally and I respect his credentials. With Ryan added to the ticket, I am perfectly happy--not as much as if the top of the ticket was more conservative--but happy.
  • Reports: Romney Picks Paul Ryan, Announcement Saturday Morning in Virginia

    08/11/2012 5:43:18 AM PDT · 53 of 72
    Sudetenland to drbuzzard
    ". . . but let’s be honest, either the populace grows up and faces the situation, or we’re toast, and any serious GOP contender better be willing to point that out and follow through."
    Comment of the thread . . . possibly of the decade.

    It's time for the ADULT American voters to stand up and be counted. If Obama is reelected and we continue down this path we are on, then the American voters will have abandoned the very basis of our system and chosen the path of Cubanization (Obama's version of Europeanization).

    If we can't win this debate now, we all might as well pack up and move to New Zealand, or go on the dole now and save ourselves some grief--America will be history.
  • Hope and Regime Change 2012!

    08/11/2012 5:24:53 AM PDT · 5 of 10
    Sudetenland to epluribus_2
    Awesome pick! Ryan has a real knack for explaining the complex issues surrounding the economy in terms the public can easily grasp.

    One can only hope that he and Romney are already working on how to deal with the onslaught of negative lie-laced ads that are on their way.

    The Romney/Ryan campaign MUST TURN AGGRESSIVE or this won't matter.
  • Romney Pivots, Embraces Romneycare Again

    08/11/2012 5:20:12 AM PDT · 100 of 102
    Sudetenland to Diogenesis
    LOL!!! Poor little Diogenesis, wrapped in his hatred of Mitt Romney. I guess it keeps you warm at night.

    How pathetic you are.

    You and your fellow Mitt Romney haters are really self-parodizing . . . as entertaining and rational as any liberal moonbat.

    Thanks for the laugh.
  • Romney Pivots, Embraces Romneycare Again

    08/10/2012 1:29:40 PM PDT · 55 of 102
    Sudetenland to MHGinTN; Diogenesis
    Never doubt that. Diogenesis is a one-person hate fest when it comes to Mitt--one of the best 2 or 3 allies Obama has on this forum.

    No doubt the Obama team came by FR and read what's being posted, saw Diogenesis' and a couple of others' posts and realized they didn't need a trolling presence here, their job was already being taken care of.
  • Zimmerman Prosecutors In Huge Screw-Up(FL)

    08/10/2012 10:47:00 AM PDT · 45 of 123
    Sudetenland to Red Badger

    Space bar attack.

  • Here Are 5 People Mitt Romney Should Not Pick as VP

    08/10/2012 8:02:11 AM PDT · 12 of 17
    Sudetenland to sauropod
    Rapidly approaching the same opinion. Morning Joe was talking about this issue and Harold Ford started in on the experience issue, saying that Ryan would face the same questions Obama faced in 2008 . . . and Joe went off on him.

    A 23 year-old Ryan was right in the middle of he and the rest of the Republicans during the budget discussions under Clinton and he was one of the driving forces behind the four-year run of balanced budgets. In other words, Ryan has been in the mix in Washington since '95.

    Joe went on to say they should be speculating on whether the Philadelphia Phillies will win the Series . . . because it was just as relevant as Ford's comment. LOL!

    One of those rare occasions when Joe Scarborough let his inner conservative come out.
  • Zimmerman Prosecutors In Huge Screw-Up(FL)

    08/10/2012 7:50:10 AM PDT · 9 of 123
    Sudetenland to marktwain

    This was no mistake. It was a deliberate choice by the prosecution to get information out they knew was in admissible, to bias the jury pool.

  • Was Barack Obama A Foreign Exchange Student?

    08/10/2012 6:40:08 AM PDT · 19 of 32
    Sudetenland to ImpBill
    Not a man-jack one of them . . . well, on second thought, a couple of them . . . miiiight . . . say West, Rand Paul, a couple others. But, it would be suicidal for them to do so.

    The MSM would vilify them worse than any they have targeted so far. Every other word would be "racist" or "bigot. (with West it would "extremist views," "fringe group opinions," "over-the-top," etc.
  • Was Barack Obama A Foreign Exchange Student?

    08/10/2012 6:32:55 AM PDT · 17 of 32
    Sudetenland to matt1



    08/07/2012 9:16:29 AM PDT · 3 of 133
    Sudetenland to hope

    That would be as bad as Condi. Don’t want Patraeus.

  • Not what you'd expect from Woody Allen

    08/07/2012 8:50:23 AM PDT · 20 of 43
    Sudetenland to pjd
    I stopped jumping to attention every time a life-long liberal moonbat celebrity or newsie says something positive about America, conservative ideals and causes, or freedom, the Constitution, and liberty a long time ago.

    As liberals they spent their entire lives lying to themselves and others . . . now suddenly I'm supposed to believe it when they have a conservative epiphany? I don't think so.

    I quit looking to liberals for approbation and justification--or even fairness.

    I'm a huge Woody Allen fan, I like pretty much every film and appearance he's done. To say he's a comic genius it to under-praise his work.

    In his personal life, like all Hollywood/Entertainment types, he's a slimeball. Never understood all the hullabaloo over his relationship with his step-daughter--OF COURSE it was disgusting, he's an entertainer. Virtually all of them live hedonistic, sybaritic lives with little regard for mores and what decent folk say.
  • (Liz Warren) Stop rigging system against small business

    08/07/2012 8:35:42 AM PDT · 14 of 24
    Sudetenland to Sir Napsalot
    We should all pay very close attention to what this sour old harridan says . . . after all, she has so much experience in creating and running small businesses.

    Hey, squaw-woman, unlike you, I don't believe in discrimination--I believe in ALL businesses.
  • North Carolina: Romney 49%, Obama 44%

    08/03/2012 8:24:20 AM PDT · 26 of 26
    Sudetenland to Sooth2222
    I was referring specifically to the party affiliation of those polled--how many were Democrat and how many were Republican.

    It's only of interest as a means of comparing the results with those more notorious polls in which the Dems are polled 6-9% more than Republicans (or 19% in that last poll)--LOL.
  • North Carolina: Romney 49%, Obama 44%

    08/02/2012 6:51:58 PM PDT · 4 of 26
    Sudetenland to Doofer

    It would be nice to be able to see the demographic and party affiliation breakdown, but not worth the money to subscribe.:)

  • What did you make of Chick-fil-A appreciation day? (Poll)

    08/02/2012 6:18:53 PM PDT · 33 of 39
    Sudetenland to bgill
    You better believe that Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day has the libtards absolutely quaking in their Birkenstocks. They didn't any of them expect the sort of turnout and support Chick-Fil-A received.

    If they didn't like that, they're gonna really, really hate November. :)
  • An Angry Sarah Palin Responds To Dick Cheney: He Is Buying Into ‘Lamestream Media’ Spin

    08/01/2012 12:42:45 PM PDT · 77 of 77
    Sudetenland to Kennard
    No. There's no excuse for low class behavior. Cheney's comment was as mild and accurate a criticism as I have ever heard. Factually accurate and respectful of her former office. If she can contain her desire to snap back, then she lacks the class to hold federal office as a Conservative or as a Republican.

    Being polite doesn't mean being weak, it means being polite--following the rules of social etiquette.

    You want to elect thugs, count me out. I want people with at least the minimum of social graces.
  • An Angry Sarah Palin Responds To Dick Cheney: He Is Buying Into ‘Lamestream Media’ Spin

    08/01/2012 8:27:49 AM PDT · 74 of 77
    Sudetenland to taildragger

    If she did, then she doesn’t have the class necessary to be President of the United States. Cheney respectfully referred to her as “Governor Palin.” If she is petty and classless enough to fire an ad hominem, then she isn’t who I believe her to be. Let’s hope she didn’t mean anything by it beyond a simple informality.

  • An Angry Sarah Palin Responds To Dick Cheney: He Is Buying Into ‘Lamestream Media’ Spin

    08/01/2012 8:19:37 AM PDT · 73 of 77
    Sudetenland to Kinder Gentler Machinegun Hand

    Don’t expect any rational perspectives on a Sarah thread. Outrage and indigence are the order of the day . . . even though Sarah herself did appear to be terribly offended or upset by Cheney’s mild evaluation of the 2008 election.

  • An Angry Sarah Palin Responds To Dick Cheney: He Is Buying Into ‘Lamestream Media’ Spin

    08/01/2012 5:58:47 AM PDT · 41 of 77
    Sudetenland to nathanbedford
    I have never seen any evidence of Dick Cheney to have a "phobia of partisanship, a hesitancy to plead one's own case, [or] an utter inability to fully appreciate the evil motive of Democrats." One thing for certain is that Cheney was the slugger in the Bush Administration. Now, he may have been muzzled by GWB, but he has never been reticent about expressing his opinions. That's one reason he was held in such low regard, he was unwilling to refrain from expressing his true opinions.

    Again, this is a ridiculous tempest in a teapot. What Cheney actually said was,
    "The test to get on that small list has to be, 'Is this person capable of being president of the United States?'

    I like Gov. Palin. I've met her. I know her. She - attractive candidate. But based on her background, she'd only been governor for, what, two years. I don't think she passed that test ... of being ready to take over. And I think that was a mistake."
    It was a very carefully explained opinion and the mildest of criticisms. If Palin got angry over that comment, then she has no business being near the White House--she'd be too thin skinned to be granted that much power . . . but then, it appears that she wasn't terribly offended by what he said, she just chose to respond in kind--mildly and with good humor.

    What I find most interesting in this whole kabuki theater is how calm Sarah was about Cheney's comments and how hysterical and hyperventilated Sarah's supporters got.

    Clearly Sarah has a much better sense of proportion and is far more mature than many of her supporters--especially those posting on this forum.
  • Dirty tactic in a phone survey about presidential preference???

    08/01/2012 5:27:31 AM PDT · 25 of 25
    Sudetenland to adorno
    Whatever. It looks as though what you were dealing with was this new Quinnipiac/CBS/New York Times poll published today. The questions appear to be similar to those mentioned in the thread.

    I understand the propaganda intent, I just don't buy into it. I don't think most voters weigh what the polls have been saying when they pull the lever . . . other than those who have remained clueless, and I hardly think there would be enough of those to matter (course I could always be wrong :) )
  • Poll shows most Americans favor Medicaid expansion (Freeloader's Nation)

    07/31/2012 4:09:58 PM PDT · 16 of 21
    Sudetenland to tobyhill
    Well to start out, the Kaiser Foundation is anything but "non-partisan." They are on the far left fringe . . . think of them as a Moonbat Heritage Foundation.

    Therefore the whole article begins with a lie. How reliable can the rest of the information be?
  • Dirty tactic in a phone survey about presidential preference???

    07/31/2012 4:00:42 PM PDT · 22 of 25
    Sudetenland to adorno

    I fail to see any reason, any advantage to Obama in some polling organization doing that. It doesn’t make sense for them to do that.

  • Chick-Fil-A-Supporting B&B Owner Lashes Out at Lesbian

    07/31/2012 12:44:53 PM PDT · 78 of 157
    Sudetenland to SengirV

    She didn't "thank God for AIDS." It makes you look as bad as some liberal whiner when you inaccurately generalize like that.

    Whe she said is nothing like that at all:

    "I guess that's why God created AIDS."

    Not the same words, not the same meaning, not the same thought.
  • Dirty tactic in a phone survey about presidential preference???

    07/31/2012 12:29:23 PM PDT · 3 of 25
    Sudetenland to adorno

    To what purpose?

  • Should Anglo-Saxon Americans Be Proud of their Heritage?

    07/31/2012 5:57:51 AM PDT · 68 of 69
    Sudetenland to RegulatorCountry

    “Scotch” is whiskey, nothing more, nothing less. All other references to the people of Scotland should be “Scot” or “Scots”—as the name implies—”Scot”-”land.”

  • Cheney: Obama is worse than Carter

    07/30/2012 6:25:17 PM PDT · 42 of 50
    Sudetenland to LibLieSlayer
    Yeah, this statement sure does call Dick Cheney's character into question:
    "The test to get on that small list has to be, 'Is this person capable of being president of the United States?'

    I like Gov. Palin. I've met her. I know her. She - attractive candidate. But based on her background, she'd only been governor for, what, two years. I don't think she passed that test ... of being ready to take over. And I think that was a mistake."
    My gosh! Shocking!!! Anyone who would make such an outrageous statement should be flogged to death, then drawn and quartered, then burned alive. LOL!!! /rolleyes.

    Truly you have lost all perspective. If there has ever been a milder example of criticism, I haven't seen it. The level of histrionics being displayed compared to the mildness of his comment merely confirms what I have been saying all along. You icons of intolerance have the intellectual and emotional maturity of a 3 year-old.
  • Cheney: Obama is worse than Carter

    07/30/2012 5:10:13 PM PDT · 40 of 50
    Sudetenland to LibLieSlayer

    You. Start to finish.

  • Cheney: Obama is worse than Carter

    07/30/2012 2:56:35 PM PDT · 38 of 50
    Sudetenland to LibLieSlayer
    I gave you an verbatim quotation from you that is a lie. No if's, and's, or but's about it, you lied and you can't stand that I pointed it out.

    Again, as I said, no one on this thread has said anything derogatory about Sarah Palin.

    You just lack the integrity to admit it. You over reacted in your zeal to defend Sarah.

    As I said before, it's time to grow up and act like adults. It's time to stop demonizing everyone who doesn't see the world exactly as you see it.

    Worse, your own intellectual dishonest won't even allow you to see the truth, you immediately called his character into question. If that's not an ad hominem attack, straight out of Alinsky I'll kiss the First Wookie.

    Get off your self-righteous hobby-horse, it's not taking you anywhere and your self-dishonesty is evident.
  • Cheney: Obama is worse than Carter

    07/30/2012 11:10:27 AM PDT · 31 of 50
    Sudetenland to muawiyah

    . . . and you Mitt-haters are a predictable and filled with dishonesty as ever. You demonstrate you lack of maturity and reason with your every post.

  • Cheney: Obama is worse than Carter

    07/30/2012 11:08:34 AM PDT · 30 of 50
    Sudetenland to LibLieSlayer
    Wow you are unhinged and dishonest to boot.

    NOWHERE have I seen anyone on this thread ". . . applaud attacks upon someone that IS TRULY ONE OF US."--LIE

    "Some of you are just as full of venom as romney."

    I see, telling the truth is venomnous, but lying about what people say and calling someone's character into question, solely because they disagree with you on an issue, is being nice. . . Okay. /rolleyes.

    Sarah Palin is great. I love her and wouldn't be averse to her being in the White House, but the sun doesn't rise and set with her, she's not the conservative messiah, and she isn't perfect . . . and she isn't immune to criticism--and she is still deserving of it on occasion.

    Demonizing those who disagree with you is direct from Alinsky and anyone who participates, on either side, is no better than the Marxist pig who wrote them.

    Time for conservatives to stop acting like spoiled children and begin acting like adults.