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LadyLouisiana LadyLouisiana 56-60, F 12 Answers Nov 28, 2012 in Community

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I personally do not think it is just the Republicans crying, it is most of the tax payers in the United States that are paying the bills; and the politicians keep spending without fear of the outcomes for our grandchildren.

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true.....and its all the governments fault..and who elected these idiots.....mmmmmmmmm

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I don't believe we have actually elected anybody since maybe Kennedy. The electoral college really does mean that our votes don't matter one dung. *shaka*

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Obama had the popular vote

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hope not.

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Not until they win the presidency. Thy need to learn how to play well with non whites first though.... Don't hold your breath....

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It couldn't be that obuma is a sociopath or anything. And he's half white, so how is he non-white? The bigger point is that they ALL need to be booted out of office so we can start from scratch. And the terms "democrat" and "republican" should be outlawed under penalty of quartering. *shaka*

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The non-white thing refers to their voting base, which is shockingly ethnically homogenous

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The democrats still haven't shut the fudge up about Bush yet, so I'm going with no. That's the problem with believing the two party fallacy. Everybody always loses. <br />
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*shaka*

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true.......its both sides....

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Bush's legacy continues to haunt this nation

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As will obumas. Every president we've had since they murdered Kennedy has been a puppet-tyrant.

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don't count on it

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in 2 years when the next list of wannabes come looking for his job

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I just want someone who really cares about this country and all the people in it....I dont know if that person exsist...

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He did. His name was Ron Paul and I'm not even a Republican.

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Neither was Ron Paul. Not really, he's too good for that party. *shaka*

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Probably not.

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this is why I do not like politics...it never ends....no one is ever satisfied....its a constant irritant no matter who wins....

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No

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Some still weep over Bush

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