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    Re: Do republicans want the economy to tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Bad news for the economy is good news for the GOP. It would also be bad news for the nation and the economy if it enables the GOP to win the White House and the Senate in November. Repeating the same failed policies which got us into this mess will only help destroy the middle class.

    Of course some on the right are against recovery and jobs. They are the opposite of patriots.
    Just like the dems hoping for massive casualties in 2003 and 2004 to use as a campaign issue against Bush?

    bad news in the economy might sink the bad ship Obama but it might also hurt the GOP keeping hold of the congress which is more important to keeping the creeping crud of obamasocialism out of America
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    Re: Do republicans want the economy to tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    Just like the dems hoping for massive casualties in 2003 and 2004 to use as a campaign issue against Bush?

    bad news in the economy might sink the bad ship Obama but it might also hurt the GOP keeping hold of the congress which is more important to keeping the creeping crud of obamasocialism out of America
    That little rubber hammer just whacked you in the knee yet again. Why do you see everything in the frame of tit for tat?

    Which Democrats in 2003 and 04 are you talking about? I remember no such thing.
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    Re: Do republicans want the economy to tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    That little rubber hammer just whacked you in the knee yet again. Why do you see everything in the frame of tit for tat?

    Which Democrats in 2003 and 04 are you talking about? I remember no such thing.
    the rubber hammer nonsense is just stupid. Of course you remember no such thing. Its sort of like the Catholic church not teaching the history surrounding the counter-Reformation in their schools for years

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    Re: Do republicans want the economy to tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    the rubber hammer nonsense is just stupid. Of course you remember no such thing. Its sort of like the Catholic church not teaching the history surrounding the counter-Reformation in their schools for years
    The rubber hammer apparently is perfect since it hits the target each and every time. The fact that you wield it upon yourself makes it twice as wonderful. And even now, when challenged, you come up with nothing to support your claim about 2004. Why are you impotent to provide verifiable evidence for your allegations of fact?
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