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Wayne P: Utter hogwash; I have to agree with John. You;re accusing the party of Lincoln of having "No Will" and an attitude of "We can't do that"? Do you mean, such as proposing and passing a Senate budget, which is a LAW sir? Or by your Democrat answer of "Yes we can", are you talking about massive/free destructive weapons being sold to Egypt in the wake of their attacks and demonstrations on our embassy. Or are you talking about promptly responding to the plea coming out of Benghazi this past Sept 11th?
Neither party is squeaky-clean. Even you as the extreme leftist opinion-meister that you somehow still have the privilege to espouse should recognize that. Or are you so misguided as to continue to attempt to pull ignorant fence-sitters to your side of the fence without the use of "journalistic" truths? Never mind; I already know the answer to that.
Thursday, February 21, 2013, 1:53 pm
John Flanagan: Give us a break. Some of us do take the time to read. Some of us are educated enough to look at facts, weigh the actions of government, consider our huge debts, know what politicians are doing.I spent most of my life in high tax NY, where Democrats run with a few liberal Republicans year after year, with government being a huge and corrupt system of purchased judgeships, patronized no-show jobs, socialist loving radicals hobnob with Democratic Party bosses, criminal run unions, and an assortment of influential teacher unions maintaining the status quo to retain the services of inept teachers. The Democrats will take credit wherever possible, and, as in the case of Civil Rights Legislation, this would never have passed without Republican votes. So please spare us the accolades about the visionary aspect of the Democrats. FDR was a flawed president, despite his successes. Both Republicans and Democrats are mere men and women, and we need to watch them closely not for what they say, but for what they do.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013, 10:57 am
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