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is there just a chance theres some faint glimmer of intelligence?

even a 2 year old kid putting a finger on a hot stove learns to avoid repeating the same course of action again, could it be that the few smarter members of the democraps actually realize shes politically TOXIC?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20101110/ap_on_go_co/us_democratic_turmoil
 

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If the Democratic Party is to survive, it must adopt a new vision of leadership. This was made abundantly clear on November 2nd. If they continue to support the failed leadership of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, they are doomed to marginalization for the forseeable future. Whether or not that is a good or bad thing is certainly a topic for debate, but it needs to be said that the Republican Party should pay attention to the same lesson. Now more than ever, it's time for a sea change in Washington. And yes, I feel that President Obama is a large part of the problem and should not be re-elected - but that's just my own opinion.

The stakes are too high and the times too perilous for the United States to step back from a world leadership role. No, it is not necessary for us to be the world's policeman . . . but it is unacceptable in the extreme for us to become the world's doormat.

Happy Veteran's Day, and a huge THANK YOU to all who have served, and to those who continue to keep our nation strong and free. May it ever be so.
 

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Have the Dems looked at that Red/Blue map of the country lately? Pelosi and her kind represent only an extreme sliver of our society. The rest of the country, whether Dem or Pub, is fed up with the hard left agenda. Most Americans, even when hurting, do not want to give up their freedom to their government - even in exchange for nanny state benefits.
 
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