212frank wrote:bucky starburst wrote:Nah, that's just sour grapes. .. blah blah blah
Dont get caught up in the ridiculous left wing hype. Barry won by 2.4% of the vote. in polling, that's less than the margin of error..... statistically insignificant. Worse, the country couldnt be more divided along demographic lines. You call that a mandate? Most importantly, the dynamics in the 3 branches of govt are utterly unchanged.
Standby for 4 more years of the exact same shit sandwich we've had for the last 4.
bucky starburst wrote:3 million more votes is hardly statistically insignificant. especially since Romney got 2.5 M less than McCAIN! your brand is damaged. time to re-boot for the 21st century. accept this fact or risk marginalization.
bucky starburst wrote:You're doubling down on one of your worst ever points.
If 2.4% is statistically insignificant please write me a check for 2.4% of your net worth right now. You will never miss it if its insignificant. If you refuse then you are full of crap as usual.
8. The debt matters. A lot. People want to see solutions to this problem plus long-term social security solvency. Republicans should be able to direct on this issue but they keep failing by going after straw men like PBS that the public actually values. Fiscal conservatives who are socially liberal can win big posts: see Guiliani and Bloomberg. But you can't package it with social conservatism and gutting the middle class. The corporate mergers from Reagan onward have squeezed all the life out of the culture. Radio especially is in the crapper b/c of deregulation. Excessive deregulation leads to a bloodbath with lots of losers and very few winners. It's not what the country wants.
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