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August 30, 2011

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AG

So its starting to look like Obamas weak numbers are due to disaffected liberals, rather than turned-off independents. If thats the case then whose to blame here: liberals for failing to acknowledge their Presidents accomplishments, or Obama for failing to appeal more to them?Whoevers fault it is, they better come together soon. Weve already seen what happened once before when the Democrats essentially didnt campaign.

Anonymous

how are you both an independent and a registered republican?

The Interesting Times

People who scream from rooftops arent lunatics? :)

Anonymous

Im an independent, registered Republican, and Ive been screaming from the rooftops: If the GOP nominates Perry or someone of his ilk, I wont vote for them. Period. The lunatics need to GTFO.

Ranjit

In the general election, with an unemployment rate of 9% and above, you cannot ask people to vote saying that, other person is bad ! Rick perry is a weaker candidate? In the debate, perry will just look at the president and taunt the number of jobs created in texas and what will be the response of the president? Rick perry or Mitt Romney will easily win the general election ! Look at the enthusiasm among democrats ! That one factor is enough to push any decent republican candidate for a landslide !

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