Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

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    Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

    Yes Air-bone-head, it is the end of the GOP.

    Tomorrow you will wake up, change out of your Buzz-Light-Year Jammies, and the world will be rid of all of us!

    We will have eaten each other overnight, and let the Democrats rule the planet.

    Feel better now, Cripes what a dolt, you ever get tired of this?
     
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    Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

    Can't wait till the full lintellectual faculties of airhead are focused like a laser beam on Mitt Romney.

    Expect many thread headlines till November with "Mormon" prominently featured.

    Expect no thread headlines with "Obama economic record" featured.
     
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    Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

    In Response to Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!:
    In Response to Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem! : Here ya go, this is for you and zipperhead: Economies of midwest states, particularly Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, have improved faster than the rest of the U.S. since 2009. From northern Michigan ’s iron mines to Pennsylvania ’s natural-gas fields, the industrial heartland of America is humming with jobs again as a region once left for dead recovers faster than the rest of the U.S. The turnaround may shape this year’s race for the White House as President Barack Obama seeks to reverse Republican gains in the Midwest. The title of his State of the Union address, “An America Built to Last,” evoked a theme of manufacturing’s revival meant to resonate on the campaign trail.  Economic recovery in so-called Rust Belt states may bolster re-election chances for Obama, who pushed the U.S.-backed bailout of General Motors Co. (GM) and Chrysler Group LLC, both based in Michigan. Yet from Detroit and Pittsburgh to Peoria, Illinois , and the town of Mellen in Wisconsin ’s Penokee Hills, employers plan to add jobs and facilities. Automakers are ramping up production as demand returns, energy companies are exploiting oil and natural-gas sources, commodity prices are supporting a return to long-closed iron and copper mines, and agriculture companies are finding new export markets. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-01-30/u-s-midwest-jobs-return-as-applesauce-joins-cars-to-lift-obama.html Have fun spinning that!!! See ya'll in Nov.
    Posted by airborne-rgr


    So it took you roughly five hours rto find this "applesauce"  article, good job.

    Reachin' ain't-cha, this article has nothing to do with your original post, but that's OK.

    We know what you meant, night-night Airborne........
     
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    Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

    no doubt this has been an interesting race.  The more this race goes on the more clown statements will be made.   The 57 state remark is nothing compared to Mitt's not being concerned about the poor.

    Mitt's voting record on gun control here in mass will be an issue in some states. 

    This race is going on for a while. 
     
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    Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

    Didn't we see these same articles in 2008? I remember many on BDC saying the GOP was dead and wouldn't recover for 16 years. Is this the authors first Presidential primary? Heck Obama and Clinton went at each other so hard and for so long they almost messed it up and allowed a horrible GOP candidate into the race in a year it shouldn't have been close.

    The good news for all conservatives is that ALL on the right agree with one thing. Get rid of Obama. They will come together in Tampa and be united.
     
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    Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

    In Response to Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!:
    In Response to Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem! : It appears that country club Republicans have succeeded again in duping the GOP electorate into crowning a "centrist" Republican. Never mind that "centrist" Republicans rarely win the center. They usually lose the center while sapping the spirit of the party's conservative base. But let's say that he is "electable," for the sake of argument. Who cares? The purpose of politics in a republic is not simply to win but to win on sound principles. A party that pursues victory by scrapping or sidelining its platform will have no truth left with which to govern once it does. If "electability" is the goal, why don't the politically correct plutocrats of the GOP just call for a one-party state? That way they could win every time. The "electability" argument is bankrupt on both philosophical and practical grounds. It destroys the party's soul and guarantees defeat.  
    Posted by airborne-rgr


    Hilarious how moonbats like airhead change their talking points,  on a dime.

    When a conservative like Bachman or Perry was looking good in the polls, our moonbat friend insisted they were far too wingnut rightwing, the only sane selection was Romney.

    Now that Romney may be the selection, the talking point is that the conservatives in the GOP have been betrayed.

    Airhead, why dont you worry about your own far left Party , about to lose all three branches of government?
     
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    Re: Houston, we have a problem. Romney: What problem? Gingrich: You bet we have a problem!

    Those talking points were from a republican conservative writer George Neumayr, Airborne just pasted the comment.
     
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