By Kevin Bryant •
September 8, 2011 @ 1:06 pm
Instead of focusing on the “next” president, how about Sen DeMint give working with the present president a shot? Instead of focusing on crushing Obama, focus on jobs and rebuilding the economy, which he played a strong hand in destroying. Instead of maintaining an attitude of being “willing” to “cause serious disruptions” in the U.S. economy in order to advance the GOP agenda, how about focusing on a partisan solution. Instead of boycotting tonight’s presidential address on jobs, how about telling his constituents that he is willing to roll up his sleeves, get to work, and put partisan theatrics on hold while doing his job to help our present president in building a constructive path forward? Not, of course that he has any intentions of doing so but at least he could pretend. I mean, it’s getting to the point that today’s GOP doesn’t even want to hide the fact that they root for America’s failure in order to blame Obama. It’s as if they must destroy the village in order to save it. Well Sen DeMint, this is my village and I don’t appreciate you throwing working Americans under the bus while you chase Obama’s Waterloo.
September 7, 2011 @ 5:30 pm
I guess that to get the business loans from creditors you ought to have a great motivation. Nevertheless, one time I’ve got a credit loan, because I was willing to buy a bike.
September 6, 2011 @ 5:40 pm
That’s what I thought, the GOP has no principles. I get it now…
September 4, 2011 @ 6:58 pm
So what exactly are those principles that the GOP stands behind that equal freedom? Explanation please?