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A Sad Political Story Being Played …
By Joseph* OneLight*ฎ   
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
Last edited: Saturday, March 27, 2010
Posted: Saturday, March 27, 2010

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On The American Stage For All The World To See

Ever since President Obama was elected, Republicans in Congress have been working very hard at creating an image of themselves as the biggest bunch of sore losers and crybabies America has ever had to witness.  I could be wrong but I think this childish behavior of an entire political party is unprecedented in American History.  My 75 year old mother says “they just need a good spanking!”  LOL!  Well, I don’t know about that but I do know that they are in desperate need of real leadership.  It’s been sad to watch the Republican Party self-destruct and I truly hope, for everyone’s sake but especially their own, that they will get their act together before it’s too late.

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Reviewed by Beryl McMullen 3/28/2010
Internationally Obama is very well liked - It's seems to me that Republicans have the "Blow you as long as I'm alright" attitude
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 3/27/2010
lol. Yes, they have been big sore losers and so childish. Liz
Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*ฎ 3/27/2010

You are correct ... whenever you lower yourself to name-calling, I will delete your comments.


It's great to hear a rational voice amidst all the right-wing lies and hatred. I'm glad that your son will now receive health care coverage thanks to the Health Care Reform legislation. Millions of Americans will be better off now than they were before. Republicans are sorely mistaken if they think they will win votes by running on a platform to take away these benefits. Power to the People!
Reviewed by Richard Arrington 3/27/2010
As my dad used to say, "It's all in their heads." They have to get beyond their selfish, hypocritical, it's all about me attitude for this to happen. My second son was born with an eye disorder that was corrected with surgery at eighteen months old. I spoke with my son's doctor and a lawyer who gave me some frightening information, my son had a pre-existing condition as a result of his surgery. This procedure to save his vision, would have effected his life. Thanks to the insurance reform, my son will not have this label on his head. I am PLEASED to say, I voted for President Obama and made fifty two phone calls on his behalf. I will do so again in 2012.
Reviewed by Mark Lichterman 3/27/2010
I won't tell you what I think of you and your party again because you'll only delete it again, but we'll see who's crying come next November because America now sees Obama and the entire Democrat party for what they are: Cowards, cheats and liars that could not care less what the people of America want. So, we'll see who's crying then.

Mark Lichterman

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