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Old 01-25-2013, 10:32 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by htismaqe View Post
The Republicans weren't the only ones who bailed out banks and Wall Street.

It's funny how they pretend we have 2 parties and those 2 parties aren't COMPLETELY complicit in continuing to fleece the American people...
Yup! But that doesn't matter. The idea is for the left to Alinskyize the GOP, when it's more like a fight between the national socialists/mercantilists versus the communists. Where are the free-marketers and Constitutionalists? There are other ways between these two ideologies.

And Direckshun's first bolded sentence shows me Jindal is advocating Progressivism—what the GOP does anyway. Move left GOP! Move left!
The GOP got the Hispanic vote with Bush.

The real truth is people are disgusted with both parties.
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