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Comment by joseph f logston on March 27, 2011 at 9:00pm
Phil after the GOPricks = Bushes disasters from the corporate capitalist Republicans that use religion as tools & ploys for scaring & hating for votes campaigns,  I will never vote for a republican and never have, never!!!!Never!!!! Never!!!!!  I'm voting liberal all the way!!! Thanks for the heads up on the circus clowns line up in Iowa!!!!!
Comment by Phil on March 27, 2011 at 12:26pm
In the year 2011, how many atheists can be expected to register as Republicans or vote for Republican candidates? The party is for unfetterd free enterprise at the expense of non-owners, getting the votes it needs by pandering to the worst instincts of the most bigoted and uneducated of the electorate. These real 'merican candidates are gathering in Iowa now, take a look, http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/27/us/politics/27iowa.html
Comment by ROMAN ROMACH on March 13, 2011 at 9:42pm
Pissed off, I say!
Comment by ROMAN ROMACH on March 13, 2011 at 9:41pm

Moveon is but one organization - they can't change the world on their own.  But I know we'll win 2012 because we're all so pised off.

Comment by George on March 13, 2011 at 8:48pm
Wisconsin: Koch Brothers Behind WI Governor Walker's Union Busting

Comment by A Former Member on January 3, 2011 at 6:32pm

Merle Haggard, who likes Obama, compliments him by saying, 'I think he knows he's in over his head'


Excerpt from the brief blog post on the LA Times.

"It was also nice to meet Obama and find him very different from the media makeout," Haggard told the magazine. "It's really almost criminal what they do with our president. There seems to be no shame or anything. They call him all kinds of names all day long, saying he's doing certain things that he's not. It's just a big old political game that I don't want to be part of. There are people spending their lives putting him down. I'm sure some of it's true and some of it's not. I was very surprised to find the man very humble and he had a nice handshake. His wife was very cordial to the guests and especially me. They made a special effort to make me feel welcome. It was not at all the way the media described him to be."

Comment by William Young on December 20, 2010 at 5:58pm
Just goes to show how utterly hypocritical Sarah Palin is. Since when is being truthful grounds for being kicked out of a book signing.
Comment by Damonjim on December 20, 2010 at 12:05pm

The Late Great United States of America, may it's attempt at greatness be remembered as one of the finest, though short lived, it had potential for a couple of centuries. Was a good idea, but as always the rich and powerful was able to bring it down, as has been the history of most past great civilizations. Short life spans seem to cause the need for history to constantly repeat the horrors of mankind, rarely learning, always to repeat the rules of selfishness and greed. I am a progressive, I am not seeing much Hope anymore, can you tell?

Comment by A Former Member on December 20, 2010 at 10:10am
What is this? Hypocrisy from a Repuglican? What is this world coming to????????
Comment by A Former Member on December 20, 2010 at 10:01am

I don't put much faith in polls.

 

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