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    More and more desperate and illogical.
    DON'T BLAME ME, I DIDN'T VOTE FOR THE FOOL! X 2
    LIBERALISM,,the new front name for,,,COMMUNISM
    TWO people spending ONE person's money, DOES NOT improve the economy!
    "Money is better than poverty, even if its just for financial reasons."--Woody Allen


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    Hey, y'all mind if my state votes 1st before you tell my candidate to get the (*)(*)(*)(*) out?

    Thanks,

    Concerned Citizen of Louisiana

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    Quote Originally Posted by Libhater View Post
    For the sake of the Republican Party and for America its time these two losers throw in the towel. Everyone knows its a two man race now so why would these two keep the charade going, which in the end only serves to hurt the Republican nominee while boosting obama's chances for reelection.

    Gingrich made his move to the top, as did every other candiate--only to drop back out of sight. Paul has never made a move to the top, as we all know he only has a set amount of Paulot groupies who are basically living in a time warp. So now its Santurum's time to rise to the top where we all know he will also fade to where we can concentrate on Romney's plan to bring down this destructive presidency of obots.
    So, anyone that is not a fiscal progressive should drop out. Got it.
    I find it to be near impossible for someone to have a valid perception of reality and maintain a clear and consistent preference of one political party over another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freakonature View Post

    So, anyone that is not a fiscal progressive should drop out. Got it.
    What is a fiscal progressive if not an oxymoron?
    If you want to anger a liberal, tell him the truth.
    If you want to anger a Conservative, tell him a lie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Libhater View Post
    What is a fiscal progressive if not an oxymoron?
    Do you not understand the english language? "Fiscal" doesn't describe any political stance unless it has another word that is following it. Fiscal conservative, fiscal progressive, fiscal liberal. The second word describes how they treat the money.
    Liberalism; such great ideas, they need to force you to follow them.

    Socialism is for the people, not the socialist.

    2012 = Turd sandwich vs Giant D*&che

    Economic Left/Right: 7.38
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -3.08

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildjoker5 View Post

    Do you not understand the english language? "Fiscal" doesn't describe any political stance unless it has another word that is following it. Fiscal conservative, fiscal progressive, fiscal liberal. The second word describes how they treat the money.
    No one said fiscal describes any political stance, however, I was simply using the word 'progressive' when matched with the word 'fiscal' as presenting us with an oxymoron. Saying that a 'fiscal progressive' is an oxymoron does indeed describe how the second word....'progressive' treats the money. Thanks for making my case.
    If you want to anger a liberal, tell him the truth.
    If you want to anger a Conservative, tell him a lie.

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    The republican party is hurting the republican party. It's almost like they don't want to beat Obummer at all.
    There are only two things wrong with this great nation of ours, democrats and republicans!

    Not necessarily in that order.

    "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHat View Post
    Hey, y'all mind if my state votes 1st before you tell my candidate to get the (*)(*)(*)(*) out?

    Thanks,

    Concerned Citizen of Louisiana
    In the recent Florida election, All 9 Republican candidates were on the ballot. All had legally applied to be on the ballot so the election authorities HAD to keep them on the ballot until they officially notified FL that they had dropped out. None did, all were on the ballot, all got votes!
    DON'T BLAME ME, I DIDN'T VOTE FOR THE FOOL! X 2
    LIBERALISM,,the new front name for,,,COMMUNISM
    TWO people spending ONE person's money, DOES NOT improve the economy!
    "Money is better than poverty, even if its just for financial reasons."--Woody Allen

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckNaked View Post
    The republican party is hurting the republican party. It's almost like they don't want to beat Obummer at all.
    All the more reason to get behind Ron Paul before it's too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Horsemen View Post
    All the more reason to get behind Ron Paul before it's too late.
    If support for Paul TRIPLED, he'd just edge out Santorum. It was too late for Paul in 2008 before he quit. N0w its TOO LATE plus 4 years.

    Nothing against Paul as a person. Nothing against the majority of Paul's ideas and positions. But the "Big Prize has passed him by, long, long, ago.

    What the nation NEEDS is someone young to take up Paul's issues and ideas and DO something with them. Not Paul, the man, Paul the idea!
    DON'T BLAME ME, I DIDN'T VOTE FOR THE FOOL! X 2
    LIBERALISM,,the new front name for,,,COMMUNISM
    TWO people spending ONE person's money, DOES NOT improve the economy!
    "Money is better than poverty, even if its just for financial reasons."--Woody Allen

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