Blaming Republicans is bogus

When Democrats took over the House in 2007, they declared they were ready to lead. In 2008, they said if we only gave them a hat trick — an All Democrat Government — then they would really bring about hope and change.

They have failed abysmally, but rather than pull up their socks and admit they don’t know what they are doing, they whine and blame the MINORITY party.

It’s pathetic!

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6 responses to “Blaming Republicans is bogus

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    Now here’s a reason to like Newt. Meghan McCain thinks he’s puke-making:

    “Gingrich is the new flavor of the month, the current frontrunner for the Republican presidential nomination. He has seen such a dramatic surge in the polls, I’m actually scared. The idea of Gingrich becoming our nominee makes my stomach turn.”


    • Ting

      She knows she is “more smarter” than he is!


    • She has such a strong need for attention that I won’t even mention her name on my blog, as a general rule. It can be tempting, at times, because she does and says so many stupid things that would be a lot of fun to talk about (not to mention psycho-analyze). Then I just remind myself that her stupidity is so obvious that it’s really not necessary to point it out (no matter how much I want to!). I think a part of me secretly believes that if I pay her no attention she will disappear one day. (Don’t worry…I’m not holding my breath.) It’s just such a big joke to me that news shows keep allowing her to come on the air. Seriously???? Do they have any idea how stupid their making themselves look just by inviting her on? She calls herself a voice for conservative women, but I don’t know a single conservative women who believes that she represents them accurately in any way, shape or form. I saw the other day that she’s pulling for Bachmann, which does not help her campaign for me at all. If anything, it makes me want to run the other way. Why she would agree to do an interview with her is beyond me.

      I don’t mean to ruin your good time joking around, but just the mention of that name and I’m suddenly very in touch with that whole “puke-making” feeling.


    • Sorry…I just went to the actual article and had a good laugh over the opening line…”I consider myself an optimistic person.” Really? This coming from the girl who wasn’t getting enough attention during her daddy’s campaign, so she tried to commit suicide? Then she went on The Talk to complain about how nobody covered the story at the time, because they were too busy being excited about Sarah Palin. Please! She’s probably the only person who considers herself to be “optimistic.”