Mark Levin wears out Rove yesterday
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Mark Levin wears out Rove yesterday
Posted by prplhze2000 on 2/5 at 12:42 pm
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Posted by dante on 2/5 at 12:48 pm to prplhze2000
Can you give the short version so I don't have to listen to all 27 minutes.. thanks.


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Posted by prplhze2000 on 2/5 at 12:52 pm to dante
11:00 mark is a good place to start listening for a few minutes. You will get the gist of it.


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Posted by TenTex on 2/5 at 12:57 pm to dante
The problem for the GOP is not Obama or the Democrats. The problem is within the GOP. This goes back to the GOP being over focused on Obama and constantly demonizing him. Personally, I think McCain's selection of Palin and her rhetoric doomed the GOP for years to come. If the GOP really wants to get strong again they need to stop listening to Rush and all his wannabe's. When you think of the GOP you think of a whole bunch of loud mouth crazies making money off pushing people's emotional buttons. The Dems don't have this problem except for the Union influence that is weakening each year.


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Posted by prplhze2000 on 2/5 at 12:58 pm to TenTex
Whatever. You could nominate the most moderate, reasonable Republican and you would still demonize him.

Like Arnold. Nazi, rapist, blah blah blah, never mind he was a liberal on most issues.



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Posted by SoulGlo on 2/5 at 12:59 pm to TenTex
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The problem for the GOP is not Obama or the Democrats. The problem is within the GOP.


Agreed.

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This goes back to the GOP being over focused on Obama and constantly demonizing him. Personally, I think McCain's selection of Palin and her rhetoric doomed the GOP for years to come. If the GOP really wants to get strong again they need to stop listening to Rush and all his wannabe's. When you think of the GOP you think of a whole bunch of loud mouth crazies making money off pushing people's emotional buttons. The Dems don't have this problem except for the Union influence that is weakening each year.


Complete pap.



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Posted by Choupique19 on 2/5 at 1:39 pm to TenTex
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When you think of the GOP you think of a whole bunch of loud mouth crazies making money off pushing people's emotional buttons.


Well that's how you see it.

When I think of the Democrat Party I think of a bunch of God hating, race bating, do nothing but look for handouts, give me free birth control, tax the rich, political correctness morons.




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Posted by Mid Iowa Tiger on 2/5 at 1:40 pm to TenTex
Shut up. Just shut up.

The problem with the GOP is listening to like idiots to people like you. They have moved away from what made them strong in the name of "getting along, being nice" only to have the democrats at every single turn label who ever the party nominates as out of touch.

John McCain and Mitt Romney both we very centrists in their views and careers, but to hear democrats talk you would think they were to the right of Attila the Hun (or Limbaugh).

What the GOP needs to do is go back to its roots, nominate true conservatives, articulate what that means, and win.




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Posted by dante on 2/5 at 1:57 pm to Mid Iowa Tiger



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Posted by The Cow Goes Moo Moo on 2/5 at 2:06 pm to TenTex
Let's listen to lib on what the GOP needs to do to get back into power. Brilliant!


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Posted by CajunAngele on 2/5 at 2:18 pm to The Cow Goes Moo Moo
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The Cow Goes Moo Moo


I don't know why exactly but your moniker cracks me up.



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Posted by North Texas Tiger on 2/5 at 2:38 pm to TenTex
TenTex ideal vision for the GOP is to become 1990 democrats.


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Posted by AlaTiger on 2/5 at 2:44 pm to Mid Iowa Tiger
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John McCain and Mitt Romney both we very centrists in their views and careers, but to hear democrats talk you would think they were to the right of Attila the Hun (or Limbaugh).


Exactly. It is a really old and tired approach. Democrats blast Republicans for being conservative and they nominate a moderate. Then, they destroy the moderates for not being a Democrat.



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Posted by LittlebyLittle on 2/5 at 2:44 pm to North Texas Tiger
Levin cracks me up..he really is a Constitutional genious and i love his rants but he loses some credibility for me because he is perfectly willing to take on Rove---{good for him!] but will slobber over Hannitys nut sack all day long..


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Posted by GumboPot on 2/5 at 9:13 pm to Mid Iowa Tiger
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What the GOP needs to do is go back to its roots, nominate true conservatives, articulate what that means, and win.



Yep. And that phuckard loser Rove is part of the problem. Yeah the Tea Party movement has given us shite heads like Akin, O'Donnell and the other chick from NV who couldn't beat Reid. But compared to Rove's pathetic record the Tea Party has a muuuuuch better track record of actually winning seats.

The establishment GOP (Boehner, McConnell, Rove, Bushs, et al) have got to go. They are the bane of the conservative movement. They might as well join the dems because they really don't care about spending and debt. They just want to be the party in power to dole out the fruits of our labor on their own pet programs.



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Posted by prplhze2000 on 2/5 at 9:30 pm to GumboPot
The conservatives also elected Toomey, Cruz, Lee, Flake, Rubio, Paul.

Bad candidates are bad candidates regardless of ideology. O Donnell and others were bad candidates. Murdock WAS a statewide elected official... until he opened his mouth. Idiot.



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Posted by TN Bhoy on 2/5 at 9:31 pm to TenTex
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When you think of the GOP you think of a whole bunch of loud mouth crazies making money off pushing people's emotional buttons. The Dems don't have this problem except for the Union influence that is weakening each year.




WAR ON WOMYN!



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Posted by Reubaltaich on 2/5 at 9:55 pm to TN Bhoy
The GOP has been trying to engage barry on an intellectual level trying to counter barry and the left like a college debate team.

The GOP has failed to realize barry & the left is nothing more than two bit-bit street thugs.

Plus add to the fact that the GOP has taken the 'lets not criticize the negro president, after all slavery, we be's oppressed blah blah blah...

Romney was a pathetic candidate as was McCain. They tried to act like gentlemen when they were dealing with a hoodlum.

barry was treated with kid gloves and is still treated with kid gloves because he is the 'first negro president so don't criticize him...' mentality.

If the GOP doesn't get someone with shrewd intellect and a bulldog mentality that is go after barry like a MMA fighter, we will get another 4 year disaster like barry.




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Posted by austingator on 2/6 at 6:13 am to Reubaltaich
What the GOP needs is leadership that doesn't engage in anti immigrant, and anti gay rhetoric.
As long are they exclude those people from the equation, they will never win again.



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Posted by Elcid96 on 2/6 at 6:16 am to TenTex
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loud mouth crazies making money off pushing people's emotional buttons


You just described the Democratic party. Al gore says hi!



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