How The GOP Is Handing President Obama a Victory in 2012

October 11, 2010


6 Responses to “How The GOP Is Handing President Obama a Victory in 2012”

  1. Mike Guetti on October 11th, 2010 11:41 am

    In the phrase “slight of hand, ” “slight” would mean weak, I guess (which is how I would describe this agenda-driven column); the phrase you want is “sleight of hand,” with “sleight” meaning “deception.” Majored in journalism and not English, eh?

  2. Paul Revere on October 11th, 2010 12:01 pm

    It has come to my attention that Democrats are running “Fake Tea Party Candidates”, to sneak in some power in the House of Congress! Watch closely for this trick and the ties from which the candidate comes! Go back on his or her political history, to find out!

    Do a thorough Search Engine and investigation on the candidate you have chosen, to be sure he or she has no Elitist Organization ties whatsoever! As if they do, I can honestly state, that if any amount of Elitists are voted into power – you and your family will be headed for slavery, serfdom and death by Eugenics, so help me God!


    Know Just Who You and Your Family is Voting For and What That Candidate, Will Do To Your Lives After November 2, 2010!

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  3. scott garbutt on October 11th, 2010 12:34 pm

    Your column is mis-leading and engages in revisionist history. You really should be honest in your reporting of Facts, more people will actually read your work.

  4. Mike Guetti on October 11th, 2010 1:05 pm

    See what you bring out of the woodwork, Tony, with your neanderthal politics? “Bush Bad, Obama Good. (grunt) World end soon if no change!”
    Idiots like you — on both sides — do nothing but provoke. This is not a high school football game where one side of the field is right and the other is wrong. Common ground must be found, and it won’t come from one side hooting and sneering at the other.
    Take the money out of the political process so we can get some people in Washington who are not beholden to monied interests. There are certainly plenty of crooks stealing from the public trough or cheating in other illegal ways (several are prominent dems, as you know). They should be punished according to the law and not according to their political buddies.
    And a little honesty from journalists — some balance and respect for the “other side” — would be nice, too. It could start with you, Tony. After all, the last I checked, Obama is president of all of the people, not just his fans.

  5. majii on October 11th, 2010 1:33 pm

    Some conservatives/republicans do what they do best: talk and complain while we liberals work oh, so diligently, behind the scene.

  6. Rino Watch on October 11th, 2010 8:10 pm

    How exactly did the author lose a house race in Michigan in the Blue Wave election of 2006 by more than 30,000 votes? Maybe being a genius is not as useful as the author imagines it is.

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