Friday, May 22, 2009

You Might Be a Republican...

Hehehe. A really light hearted article from American Thinker to enjoy on this sunny Friday. Here's a taste:
If you think the experience of voting "present" 129 times, writing a second autobiography while in office, never holding an executive position and beginning a run for President just one year into a first Senate term is more impressive than being mayor of a city, oil & gas commissioner of a state that provides up to 20% of the country's oil and gas, and governor of that state while enjoying a 90% approval rating, you might not be a Republican.

While funny, this article is pretty spot on. Maybe this should just be the Republican platform... if it's okay with Jeff Foxworthy of course...

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this Belle. I need to laugh or else I will cry.
    Insanity prevails. I am curious as to what it is going to take to clear the scales from people's eyes and their minds.
    Is Joe Biden a prophet?

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  2. Joe Biden is amazing... For all the people that keep saying "As bad as Obama is, I wish him good health because, yeesh, can you immagine Biden?"... I wish that something caused Biden to be President.

    I mean, think about it... the media would then HAVE to cover him, and it would be so hilarious that I don't think he ever could get anything done. He'd go out there, give a speech about why something is necessary, in his mind, only to say such crazy things that he would undermine all of his own positions. It would be great...

    As it is, politics are just too freightening right now. The Democrats are running through the most insane and horrifying changes immaginable, and the Republicans are sitting on their hands, creating a listening tour of losers, and basically acting like fools. Oh, I wish there was a viable opposition party to pick up the slack from the Republicans, if they won't grow a spine and become one. Alas... there isn't.

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  3. Ain't no jobs, Reagan took all the jobs....

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  4. I am living in a dream world. During the whole campaign Obama said that he had solutions for all our problems and that John McCain didn't. And especially after the economic meltdown, he told everyone that he knew what to do to fix the economy.
    Well, obviously he has no idea what to do and is actually making it worse and worse. Why is he being given a free pass from all of his campaign statements? Why aren't the Republicans throwing it back in his face? He swore up and down he had solutions and now we have even worse problems!!!!

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  5. Maybe we should turn the TEA Party into the third party. Call for a Constitutional Convention to try and stop Obama’s agendas and call for term limits for all federally elected positions to clean out all the corrupt politician. 2 terms for Senators and 3 terms for Representatives would really scare them and would be a good start for the people to take back their government.

    I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them. – Thomas Jefferson

    The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not. – Thomas Jefferson

    When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. – Thomas Jefferson

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