Thursday, October 28, 2010

Good thing no one listens to Rich

Remember two years ago when Rich was so full of advice about how the GOP could save themselves from utter ruin? Good thing he was as wrong on this as the unqualified idiots that are running our country into the ground are. The majority of American people have woken up to the fact that an incompetent candidate was elected to the highest office in the land. The arrogant left wing elitists who can't believe this ever increasing tail spin of a plane crash that they are piloting is due to their idiotic solutions to our economic woes go out and blame everyone else in the most petty, speeches I have ever heard in my lifetime. What a bunch of whiners.

I had hoped that these last two years would have finally made Rich realize how wrong Keynesian economics are but I should have known better. That is the problem with leftists. Their egos are tied to the belief that they are smarter than the rest of us and if things don't work out it can't be their fault. Just listen to what the Obamamessiah has been saying. What an arrogant un Presidential piece of work. I have to say I agree with Rich that the comparison of Barry to the Peanut Farmer is a bad one. No one compares to how bad he has been as President. He makes Carter actually look good in comparison. The American people now have a serious case of buyer's remorse. To use Barry's far overworked car analogy. We allowed you to drive the car and all you have done is get in more accidents so we are taking the keys back and not allowing you to drive anymore unless you have front seat supervision.


Hags said...

Further to Mark's point, here is what Gallup recently reported based on their survey. Note the title of the article, "2010 Electorate Looking More Republican Than In The Past."

It was and is a center-right country. Obama exists because Bush and Co screwed up so badly. The middle does not want Big Gov.

All the best,


Anonymous said...

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Baxter said...

I saw the Gallup piece, Hags. The GOP will have a good day on Tuesday (Mark wouldn't have popped up otherwise). What will the future hold, though, when your leadership includes Palins, O'Donnells Angles and Pauls?

Center-right country? The GOP has won the popular vote only once in the past five presidential elections. Hmmm.

The middle doesn't want Big Gov - except for Social Security, Medicare/Medicaid, Defense, VA, Homeland Security - y'know - the stuff we spend money on...