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Taxcutter
01-28-2013, 11:04 AM
In 2004 GW Bush ran 11 million (22%) popular votes stronger than in 2000.

Karl Rove mused about a permanent GOP dominance. Didn’t happen.

In 2012 Hussein Obama ran 6.9 million (10%) popular votes weaker than in 2008.

The Democrat hard line talks about “crushing” the GOP on the basis of a 1.5% margin of victory.

What makes the Dems think they are any more prescient than Rove?

Extended from http://washingtonexaminer.com/michael-barone-democrats-dream-of-permanent-dominance-is-unlikely/article/2519755#.UQant_I5iP5

With a gun grab and the pain of ObamaTax beginning to bite, the Dems’ hopes get dimmer.

Cigar
01-28-2013, 11:07 AM
:grin: Still playing victim ... constant losing can do that.

Carygrant
01-28-2013, 11:37 AM
In 2004 GW Bush ran 11 million (22%) popular votes stronger than in 2000.

Karl Rove mused about a permanent GOP dominance. Didn’t happen.

In 2012 Hussein Obama ran 6.9 million (10%) popular votes weaker than in 2008.

The Democrat hard line talks about “crushing” the GOP on the basis of a 1.5% margin of victory.

What makes the Dems think they are any more prescient than Rove?

Extended from http://washingtonexaminer.com/michael-barone-democrats-dream-of-permanent-dominance-is-unlikely/article/2519755#.UQant_I5iP5

With a gun grab and the pain of ObamaTax beginning to bite, the Dems’ hopes get dimmer.



The misuse of Logic in that convoluted piece of wank ranks alongside a Chris special .

nic34
01-28-2013, 12:52 PM
Too funny, keep it up reps, you can't lose in 2016!

patrickt
01-28-2013, 01:17 PM
Notice that neither Cigar nor his shadow, Nic, can address the issue. President Obama was less popular the second time around and they still hump his leg. Pitiful.

nic34
01-28-2013, 01:20 PM
Yeah, he wasn't "liberal" enough, so we all voted for Rmoney....:smiley_ROFLMAO: