Voters are looking for someone who calls a socialist president a socialist, not whatever euphemistic poll-tested answer Mitt Romney calls President Obama.
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With 2010 elections now well behind us, jockeying for the Republican nomination for president begins in earnest.
I think the GOP is worth trying to fix, and I do my part by trying to expose the hypocrisy, and self-serving special interests from within its ranks.
Getting all worked up over Obama's school house speech is a distraction and a diversion from the real problems facing our country.
Barack Obama is our new president calling for change, but nothing has changed other than Washington politicians leaving nothing but change in the pockets of our children.
The third and final debate was hands down the best of the three. Last week's "town hall" hosted by Tom "Snooze" Brokaw being the worst. This debate was actually a debate.
Simply put, McCain left his "A" game at the office. In failing to land the needed body-blow, Obama gets the win. And while Obama's was a technical win, he did not perform poorly.
In politics, there are no good political ploys, only stupid political ploys. The good ones you never know even existed because they are so good you can't tell it's a ploy.
Voters don't want change. When the American voting public goes to the polls and re-elects the same bunch of losers to Congress year after year, they should expect to get more of the same.
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