[QUOTE=zimmer;1059155801]That depends how you define historic, game changing and decisive. The GOP broke their own no earmarks within days. The GOP just agreed to a plan that will expand the deficit. Winning elections with wide margins when the country thinks you are just as worthless as your opponent is hardly "decisive."Junior... the election was historic, game changing... decisive.
Actually people were pissed off for a variety of reasons. Furthermore, the lack of youth vote as normal during midterms really hurt the Democrats. The GOP hardly won. The Democrats gave them the election.You can throw in whatever you believe they sold across the country... but in short the people were pissed at the spending and ObamaKare.
You are looking purely at numbers and nothing else. Hence why I asked if the Democrats won decisively in 2006? You failed to answer.
Which to you means numbers and nothing else. I see you are ignoring the poll after poll after poll showing contemptuous views of the GOP by the public at the same level as the Democrats. But no one ever described you an honest person.They won in a historic fashion.
I didn't vote for Obama in 2008. Furthermore, you get your ass kicked here all of the time. I rarely lose arguments. You rarely win them.Don't you ever tire of getting your ass kicked Junior?
So you believe, despite having no coherent thoughts and a public who thinks they are worthless as the Democrats they won decisively?Doesn't change the fact the election was decisive.
You should read up on what Rubio said. He fully acknowledges the GOP did not win this election anywhere near decisively and they are on an exceedingly short leash. They do one bad thing, and it's likely game over.
Ah illusions of grandeur.I have no idea... let me know when you find out. I'll pass it on to your relatives just in case you forget to take your meds.
Yes actually. Go look up the history of the proposals within the health care bill. They ain't Democrat. Funniest **** is that we get a Democrat president in office who enacts Republican agenda items and the die hard Republican hacks crucify him for it.Yeah... for 100-years R's have been itching to inch towards ObamaKare
And Nixon's. And the Heritage Foundation's. I guess you think they aren't aligned with Republicans eh?Forcing people to by insurance, and fining them if they do not? That's the Republican's position??? In your mind perhaps.
Health insurance mandate began as a Republican idea - The Boston Globe
Zimmer fail. Once again.
You really outta to fact check before mouthing off like that in the future.
Says the guy who is arguing Nixon and the Heritage Foundation never held Republican ideas.You are as thick as a brick.
See how easy it is to get hits in on you? You never bother to fact check before opening your mouth.
Good luck proving that. That's your standard line when my foot is down your throat. But you have to write it for obvious reasons.The argument has been about a line T.E.D. posted ages ago about the election not being either decisive or historic... but you pull your age-old tactics of trying to twist the argument and put words into folks mouths that never uttered them.
Hey, better then being a compulsive liar.You just can't seem to expunge that poison from your system. But I will always help you overcome this mental disorder whenever I can..