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    Democrats See Losses In Their Future

    Democrats See Losses In Their Future

    September 23, 2011 by Sam Rolley


    Democrats need to net 25 seats to take the Speaker’s gavel from John Boehner.

    Many House Democrats expect a glum future for their party leading in to the 2012 election season.

    According to POLITICO, interviews with dozens of House members of both parties have revealed a shift from Democratic optimism last spring to a grim dismay at the challenges facing Democrats in 2012. http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0911/64096.html

    “We never said winning the House would be easy. It’s hard, tough work and it should be; the stakes for the American people are high,
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    ROMNEY/BACHMANN !!!
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    This is the globalist agenda pure and simple. Why do you think they let Rick Perry make an utter fool of himself? They are setting up Romney and the Dems are on board. Do not be fooled again by the media and the political parties. Our next canidate we put in the highest office must be one other than the good old boys in Washington. So far to me that will either be Herman Cain or Michele Bachmann. It is high time we see through their game. Ron Paul would be another alternative but is making me nervous on national security.

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    There is a lot to be said for the libertarian philosophy, but I don't think it can work as a total political movement. Sure, the US has overextended itself to sustain its foreign policy goals. But the libertarian thought of abandoning government controls and just letting people do what they want on the premise they will make sensible choices is stupid.
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