Evaluation of the policies of George W. Bush and his Republican conservatives on America.
Published on January 25, 2008 By COL Gene In Politics


Tim Russet asked all the GOP candidates last night given the dismal record of the past 7 years WHY SHOULD Americans Vote for another Republican? He listed a string of facts about the past 7 years such as:

3 ½ Trillion dollars added to the National debt.
Gas prices are double
Failure to secure our border
No solution to the Funding problem of Social Security
The trade problems and loss of manufacturing jobs
No energy policy that has made us less dependent on foreign oil

NOT ONE of the GOP candidates was able to provide any rational reason why given the record of Republicans over the past 7 years that the voters should support a Republican for President in 2008!

Then Tim said that 6 out of 10 Americans do not believe the Iraq war was worth the cost in lives or dollars. He asked each of them if that thought the Iraq war was worth the cost. Every GOP candidate except Ron Paul said they thought the Iraq war was worth the cost placing them at odds with the majority of Americans.

Given the GOP record over the past 7 years and their position on the Iraq war, WHY WOULD THE MAJORITY ELECT ANY OF THE GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIATES?

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on Jan 25, 2008
Given the GOP record over the past 7 years and their position on the Iraq war, WHY WOULD THE MAJORITY ELECT ANY OF THE GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIATES?


Why would anyone vote for a democrat? 

They aren't going to control the borders, they are not going to control gas prices......why do you even bother gene?

Why don't you write a post about how you finally admit you are a DNC hack?

on Jan 26, 2008
The key is to get more Republicans into Congress. Then some actual progress on those issues might be possible. The large Democrat minority during Bush's first term and the narrow Democrat majority during his 2nd term have made certain no progress on those issues was possible.
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