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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: BREAKING: ROMNEY BOWS OUT IN '16
« Last post by redbeard on Today at 01:24:05 PM »
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Romney's Not-So-Subtle Parting Shot at Jeb Bush
 




By Carrie Dann
 

Announcing his decision not to run for president Friday, Mitt Romney described his ideal GOP standard-bearer like this:


I believe that one of our next generation of Republican leaders, one who may not be as well known as I am today, one who has not yet taken their message across the country, one who is just getting started, may well emerge as being better able to defeat the Democrat nominee. In fact, I expect and hope that to be the case.


 

 



"Next generation" and "not as well known" certainly stand out in that sentence, as Romney was speaking to a group of former backers ripe for poaching by the camp of GOP establishment favorite Jeb Bush.

For one, it's certainly debatable that Bush - the son of one president and the brother of another - represents a "next generation of Republican leaders." He's been out of elected office for eight years; he's part of the party's most well-known modern political dynasty, and he was talked about as a potential presidential candidate long before this year. And at 61, he's more than a decade older than some of the conservative movement's breakout stars, like Marco Rubio (43), Ted Cruz (44) and Scott Walker (47).
http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/first-read/romneys-not-so-subtle-parting-shot-jeb-bush-n296986


This may be interesting, Next generation" and "not as well known", He isn't talking about Crusty, Jeb or Hukalbaby!
Out of the rest of the field who do you think Romney might support? :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn:
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Jokes / Re: A list of Barack Obama's achievements
« Last post by quiller on Today at 01:22:14 PM »
Also on his watch, Hussein the Magnificent, Lord of the TelePrompterâ„¢ also single-handedly increased our national debt by an increase MORE THAN the combined national debt accrued by ALL (repeat, ALL) Presidents before him.

He raped our privacy by turning our medical histories and management over to our IRS. What can be accessed by a common clerk swiftly becomes a social weapon in the hands of even a moderate-level hacker. Just think of what psychiatric visits during say a divorce can be twisted into longstanding mental illness requiring you be fired. Welcome to Obama's vindictive, vengeful Internet.

Obama has also set the record for the number of active enemy combatants returned (and newly-fattened on our great Gitmo Muslim Chow). He's set the world's record for openly lying that Islam is not the deadly threat it has always been throughout its history.

Yes, our record-holder. May they sentence and jail him accordingly.
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When he Vetoes this bill, And he will, He will finally be on record as obstructing this project that the American people want by an overwhelming majority. The congress is handling this right and should continue putting popular bills on his desk like boarder security should be next! Lets get him on the record now that Pelosi and Reid can't play blocker for him!  :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn:

Absolutely correct. We know he is thin skinned and an angry man. Keep the pressure on him and he will continue to make mistakes.
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He may support Walker if walker becomes the more popular candidate. Walker, A conservative, gets support from all sides of the republican party in his state and also pulls some of the conservative democrats to support him. He could be the great uniter in this campaign just as Ronnie was!
I say Walker is the one to watch!

More and more people are saying that. It is kind of like "Goldilocks".
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When he Vetoes this bill, And he will, He will finally be on record as obstructing this project that the American people want by an overwhelming majority. The congress is handling this right and should continue putting popular bills on his desk like boarder security should be next! Lets get him on the record now that Pelosi and Reid can't play blocker for him!  :popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn:
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MSM Distraction News / Michael Moore, Seth Rogan banned at restaurant
« Last post by quiller on Today at 01:10:58 PM »


Next time you're in Wyoming, Michigan (a Grand Rapids suburb), please consider eating at Brann's Steakhouse. The owner's got a road sign banning alleged moviemaker Michael Moore and unfunny comedy-hack Seth Rogen.

Rogen? Him we can ignore. Moore? The more places in my state which refuse this feed that frothing fool, the better. I want to see him in size 32 jeans, shaved and bathed with wire brushes to get the stink off him. Then I'd let him eat in public. Not before.

Nice photos in this'n....

http://www.youngcons.com/look-restaurant-just-banned-michael-moore-seth-rogen-life/?PageSpeed=noscript
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: BREAKING: ROMNEY BOWS OUT IN '16
« Last post by redbeard on Today at 01:01:49 PM »
Romney is a Republican, but he is not Conservative. He is a Big Government RINO (as are a surprising number of Mormons!).

I'm not saying he is a "bad" man, but don't expect him to pull out all the stops for a candidate like Cruz or Walker.

Unless our candidate ends up being a member of the Republican Establishment, Mitt will, most probably, not be heard from again during this election cycle.
He may support Walker if walker becomes the more popular candidate. Walker, A conservative, gets support from all sides of the republican party in his state and also pulls some of the conservative democrats to support him. He could be the great uniter in this campaign just as Ronnie was!
I say Walker is the one to watch!
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MSM Distraction News / Re: Today's best Obama quote
« Last post by quiller on Today at 12:58:16 PM »
Obama will throw anybody under the bus to help his cause. When will the libs figure this out?
He's fired the top four Secret Service executives, which isn't surprising when details leak out about who visits the White House and when, or other pesky details this free-spending freak doesn't want public. Something like $300,000 got spent for a 4-hour hotel stop while visiting the new Saudi king. Either they had Joe Walsh decorate the rooms for them, or somebody just wants to ram it down our throats what a king this putz thinks himself to be.

Almost nobody is left in his staff who's been with him from the start. They all bailed while going was good, leaving only puppeteers and poltroons, and little if anything in between.
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Obama better veto it or people are going to start calling him a "liar".

Too late!
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Of course he will. It's called a tantrum.
:lol: :lol: :lol:
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