Robert Ariail for February 16, 2012

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    yohannbiimu  over 11 years ago

    Just like a lame-brain Obama follower (who goes orgasmic when he hears “change” or “hope”), you (and apparently Ariail too) are falling for the line that the Republicans are telling everyone that birth control is wrong, when it is brainless pundits who are spreading this crap around. All they’re doing it for is to take people like Santorum off their message, when they’re TRYING to talk about THE ISSUES.

    By the way, what has Obama done to improve anything? The debt is STILL out of control (the increase in spending has doubled, when Obama promised to cut it in half), and everything he said would improve under his administration has only gotten worse. Things are STILL much worse than they were before he took office, and even if the employment numbers temporarily improve (due to the private sector, which Obama is an enemy of), the issue of the debt will inevitably kill everything, because the currency is going to be worthless.

    It’s a shame that folks like you cannot see a crisis when your party is in power, when it WAS a crisis when the other party was in power. The issue doesn’t magically become a non-issue when Obama is running up trillions of dollars of debt (already as much as Bush did in eight years). If the debt issue is a problem, then it’s a problem. It seems your whole issue is puditry, and puditry isn’t the real world. Whether it’s Republican propaganda or Democrat propaganda, you’re living in a fantasy world if you follow ANY of it.

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    twhalen  over 11 years ago

    Santorum – the fiscal conservative who was a king of earmarks when he served in the Senate?

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    rockngolfer  over 11 years ago

    I notice the bus took a right turn.

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    pirate227  over 11 years ago

    ZING!Spot on!

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    mattWVL  over 11 years ago

    They are forced down that road by the media.

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    Dtroutma  over 11 years ago

    It’s a right turn to ANTI-social issues. Let’s have a “hearing” on women’s health and contraception, with ONLY IDIOT MEN on the panel! Yup, get government out of religion’s way, and let’s have that theocracy Santorum, Newt, Mitt, and the other right -nerdnicks want! Yup, they’re for the constitution, of Pat Robertson, or the Vatican!

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    cjr53  over 11 years ago

    Any word on the bailout shrubster gave to the banks? Or are they still raking in the profit and hanging onto the bailout money?

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    pam Miner  over 11 years ago

    If in 2006 or"07 someone told me that in 5 years time the republicans were going to run on an “Anti-birth control” campaign, I would have laughed them off the sidewalk.

    I would have said"the GOP is for SMALL government, not a government So BIG that they would make a big deal over BIRTH CONTROL" !!
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    greycap  over 11 years ago

    The GOP’s fondness for a steady diet of Red Herring never ceases to amaze me, and it is always their undioing. Note the skill of how the Progressives chum the waters right about the time the data on the economy, unemployment or gas prices is released. The twittering classes never see it coming.

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