They have to be kidding. Read my lips, Iraq and George Bush. That is their problem and why they are losing all of these special elections and will continue to lose seats. They have to pick over the bones of these losses to figure that out?<br><br>George Bush has soiled the cause of conservatives (Bush wasn't one) and Republicans for years to come.<br><br>From a story about the the losses in the Washington Post: [color:blue]<br><br>Party strategists say the question remains whether the GOP's electoral woes are the result of tactical mistakes or a larger identity problem in the national party. Republican leaders have been working to address the latter issue by rolling out a new legislative agenda.<br><br>"You don't turn the Queen Mary around overnight," Davis, a former NRCC chairman and critic, said of the GOP's recent losing efforts. "We need more of a facelift than just shuffling at the NRCC."<br><br>"I don't blame the candidates," agreed Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.). "I don't blame the committee. The Republican Party as a whole has a credibility problem."</font color=blue><br><br>Well there you go Mike. Nailed it. Republican party has a credibility problem. We aren't talking Queen Mary here which is still resting comfortably in Long Beach but the RMS Titanic. This article could be retitled, "Deck Chairs on the Titanic, Group Circles or in a Line?"<br><br><br>
I would think, maybe wrongly, that all Obama has to ask is, "Do you want the same thing for the next four years?"<br><br>The economy is going to get worse. The people are going to be hurting even more.<br>This is a friggin' "give me."<br><br>
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
"I still haven't figured out how John Kerry could screw up the election four years ago."<br><br>Didn't Kathleen Harris move to Ohio ?? <br><br>I think we were screwed both times... the GOP Cheney Bush-bots got better in 2004, it wasn't quite as obvious .....<br><br><br>..... as having the GOP US SC jump in and declare the contest over.<br><br>Watch "Recount" if you have HBO this Sunday 9 PM.<br><br>David (OFI)
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