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Right now Romney believes in a below average chance of rain in Charlotte. Check back later to see what he believes.
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“These are the ideas that people come to America to get away from.”Rubio
How should society view a cure for a ailment of limited duration that takes another's life to 'cure'?
It is useless for the sheep to pass resolutions in favor of vegetarianism while the wolf remains of a different opinion. ...Dean Inge
And yes, I recognize the irony of that statement.
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BTW - am I the only one who thinks that calling today's version of the GOP the "Party of Lincoln" does a great disservice to Lincoln?
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Birds are flying out of water
Underneath the sky
I run up to the rainbow girl
just to pass her by
I'll never have a change of heart
My swan will never sing
I have no heart the swan is gone
And now I wear the wings
Despite what twa is trying to say in the Romney thread - the current GOP has moved quite a bit to the right.
Earlier in the decade I voted for Republicans that I thought were good candidates - it's becoming increasing hard for me to do so because the party is run by a bunch of lunatics.
Excerpts: Kerry to extol Obama foreign policy record at DNC
Rep. John Lewis is speaking.
Talking about his experiences in the Civil Rights movement and the GOPs voter supression tactics.
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Yahoo: Steelworker Featured at DNC Didn't Work for Bain
If you read the article, there's one of those political "well, if you look at it sideways, then it's kind of true" things in it.The Democratic National Convention on Wednesday featured three speakers billed as "former employees of companies controlled by Bain Capital."
They each told compelling stories about jobs lost, allegedly because of the actions of Bain under Romney's leadership.
But it turns out one of those employees never actually worked for a company controlled by Bain Capital.
But, still. Assume this is going to get hammered.
(And, IMO, rightfully so.)
Aside from the platform Snafu (and that was a snafu, no matter how hard its spun), I think that the DNC has gone very smooth for them. I still think the planners messed up on the BOA stadium move and blaming the weather, but that doesnt say anything negative about the convention as a whole.
All in all, they did well from every person I have heard from who was there first had (and thats alot )
Conservatives cant trust Republicans
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