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Michael Steele’s “Real World”

May 19, 2009

Michael Steele just concluded his remarks to the RNC, and now I feel better. Although I’m a democrat-socialist, it’s good to know republicans are going to stop looking at the past and focus on the future. He said the GOP has learned it’s lesson, and it’s time to go after President Obama full tilt. The past eight years of republican fumbling never happened, so we need to look at how President Obama is destroying the country that Bill Clinton left in such excellent shape.

I wanted to check out the latest electronics at my local Circuit City store, but, it had disappeared. I was amazed to discover that the hawkish Obama has gotten us into two wars. Hopefully we’ll be able to win with the army we’ve got and they’ll be no need for additional funding beyond what the Clinton Administration used last year. The republicans are sticking to their guns that government regulations are a bad thing. Thank God giants like AIG are well run, I’d hate to have to bail them out. I also noticed the Chrysler dealership down the street was going out of business. What the hell did Obama do there? U.S. automakers were on the rise last year, you know, in 2000.

Lastly, what the hell happened to the World Trade Center? Were Obama’s policies so bad they had to move?

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 19, 2009 6:51 pm

    ** chuckle **

    Much to do about nothing. Did you see the latest Gallup poll showing they lost voters in every demographic except ONE? The one? Those who attend church regularly. And since they are now a regional party even if they grow their numbers in states within the ever-shrinking region they still can’t win at the national level. Take the state of Kansas where I live — red, I tell you so red it hurts — but those SIX electoral votes don’t count for more even when the sea of red expands.

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/118528/GOP-Losses-Span-Nearly-Demographic-Groups.aspx?CSTS=alert

  2. May 19, 2009 10:07 pm

    They really are a dying breed. It kind of makes sense that the only folks left are the ones who interpret Genesis literally, I guess.
    But I do hear that Kansas is a beautiful place.

  3. May 22, 2009 1:38 pm

    I love Kansas and it does have beauty, but you have to be willing to get off the interstates to see any of it. They built the interstate highways through the plainest, most boring parts, probably easier and cheaper to build where there was nothing. To most Kansas is a state to get through on your way to a tourist destination like the mountains in Colorado. 😉

    I’ve read that people from the coasts are retiring here. If they owned a nice enough house on either coast they can build a bigger, better one here and have money left to live on for their retirement, no congestion (we still measure distance in miles vs. time), clean air (the wind blows all the time!).

    It’s the kind of place people live, not visit.

    I wish more Progressives would move here! Aren’t the coastal states full of ’em? We could sure use a dose of ‘blue,’ and maybe become some lovely shade of purple.

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