Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win?

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    Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win?

    We have Iowa and Maine now termed "embarrassments" by newscasters.  And weren't there counties of ballots lost in one of the MN, MO, or CO caucuses?  But on the other hand, we had Mr. Gingrich's savior, Mr. Adelson, arrange to have some Nevada polls stay open late for a special class.


    Go, Mr. Santorum, in Michigan!  (And hire poll-watchers!)
     
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    Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win?

    You need to ask this question after what Nixon and Dubbya did in the past?

     
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    You need to ask this question after what Nixon and Dubbya did in the past?
    Posted by ZILLAGOD


    What did they do?  Tell me.  I can't wait to hear this progressive fairly tale.

     
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    Posted by skeeter20


    You've never heard of Watergate or the debacle in Florida?
     
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    Posted by ZILLAGOD



    Florida:  Quit it with the "selected not elected" nonsense.  Gore lost fair and square.  Gove filed the suit, Gore lost.  Additionally, EVERY recount by the liberal papers afterwards, using the most liberal standards, shows Bush won, so get off it.

    Watergate:  Yah, that was bad, but not as bad as the hype.  It is actually quite reminiscent of the Clinton lying under oath disaster.  But, with Nixon, well, that's what you get when you have a liberal, establishment republican.

    Let's face it.  The left is weak on the facts, big on the emotion on these issues.  The Florida chad count, where the left tried to manufacturer votes and were stopped is typical left emotion.  Avoid the facts, stick to the template generated by the DNC.

     
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    Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win?

    Selected, not elected, by the republican Supreme Court.  Period.

    And how could one even compare Watergate and Whitewater, the Republican Revenge?  The republicans found nothing related to governing or crime.  Then Mr. Clinton handed them the scandal.  He did not hand them what they were after.  When it came to light, not by the prosecutor's lights, the republicans' $34 million scourge (prosecutor) turned on a dime.  Like Little Jack Horner, through him, they stuck in their thumb, pulled out a plum, and said, "What a good boy am I!"  They were after Mr. Clinton.  Period.

    Watergate compared to the Iran-Contra (the US sponsoring terrorism and how we evaded the laws to do it etc. etc.) law violation and cover up, and the violation and cover-up of Mr. Cheney nailing Valerie Plame.
     
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    We have Iowa and Maine now termed "embarrassments" by newscasters.  And weren't there counties of ballots lost in one of the MN, MO, or CO caucuses?  But on the other hand, we had Mr. Gingrich's savior, Mr. Adelson, arrange to have some Nevada polls stay open late for a special class. Go, Mr. Santorum, in Michigan!  (And hire poll-watchers!)
    Posted by Firewind


    Do you have actual proof Romney/Republican "establishment" cheated?
     
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    Watergate:  Yah, that was bad, but not as bad as the hype.  It is actually quite reminiscent of the Clinton lying under oath disaster.  But, with Nixon, well, that's what you get when you have a liberal, establishment republican. Posted by skeeter20


    That's quite a bit of revisionist history - especially today, the 40th anniversary of Nixon's visit to China.

    Do you really believe what you say...??  Really..?!?


    I swear, this whole ideological purity thing with some of you self-described conservatives is not going to end well....
     
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    Selected, not elected, by the republican Supreme Court.  Period. And how could one even compare Watergate and Whitewater, the Republican Revenge?  The republicans found nothing related to governing or crime.  Then Mr. Clinton handed them the scandal.  He did not hand them what they were after.  When it came to light, not by the prosecutor's lights, the republicans' $34 million scourge (prosecutor) turned on a dime.  Like Little Jack Horner, through him, they stuck in their thumb, pulled out a plum, and said, "What a good boy am I".  They were after Mr. Clinton.  Period. Watergate compared to the Iran-Contra (the US sponsoring terrorism and how etc. etc.) law violation and cover up, and the violation and cover-up of Mr. Cheney nailing Valerie Plame.
    Posted by Firewind



    "Selected, not elected, by the republican Supreme Court.  Period."

    Wrong. 

    So, you are in favor of the government trying to figure out how you intended to vote, not how you actually voted?

    How do you explain that the Florida newspapers who did recounts after the fact, using the same ballots, came to  the conclusion that Bush WON FLORIDA?  Even PBS says Bush won:

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/media/media_watch/jan-june01/recount_4-3.html

    But don't let the facts get in the way of this wonderful emotional fantasy.
     
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    Selected, not elected, by the republican Supreme Court.  Period. And how could one even compare Watergate and Whitewater, the Republican Revenge?  The republicans found nothing related to governing or crime.  Then Mr. Clinton handed them the scandal.  He did not hand them what they were after.  When it came to light, not by the prosecutor's lights, the republicans' $34 million scourge (prosecutor) turned on a dime.  Like Little Jack Horner, through him, they stuck in their thumb, pulled out a plum, and said, "What a good boy am I".  They were after Mr. Clinton.  Period. Watergate compared to the Iran-Contra (the US sponsoring terrorism and how etc. etc.) law violation and cover up, and the violation and cover-up of Mr. Cheney nailing Valerie Plame.
    Posted by Firewind



    Cheney nailed Valerie Plame?  Care to offer proof?

    Boy, you have just signed up for every liberal conspiracy possible.

    If you are so concerned with the government supporting terrorism, then you obviously have problems with Obama's support of the new terrorist leaders in Egypt, Libya, and obviously have a problem with Obama negotiating with the Taliban, right?
     
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    In Response to Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win? : That's quite a bit of revisionist history - especially today, the 40th anniversary of Nixon's visit to China. Do you really believe what you say...??  Really..?!? I swear, this whole ideological purity thing with some of you self-described conservatives is not going to end well....
    Posted by MattyScornD



    Read his biography.  Nixon was a liberal.

    Price controls
    Wage controls
    Paranoia abouut opponents
    Lying to congress

    All liberal strengths.
     
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    Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win?

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    In Response to Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win? : Read his biography.  Nixon was a liberal. Price controls Wage controls Paranoia abouut opponents Lying to congress All liberal strengths.
    Posted by skeeter20


    Nixon was a statist, but not of the liberal variety.

     
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    In Response to Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win? : Nixon was a statist, but not of the liberal variety.
    Posted by StalkingButler


    Well, that's debatable.  I think he was both.  After all, he created the EPA, proclaimed the first Earth Day,and he spent more on social programs than on defense.  Sounds liberal to me.


    Look, I get it, the liberal definition of liberal is shifting sands. Here is a way to express it without using the label: Nixon has more in common with Obama than he has with say, Reagan.  Is that fair?
     
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    In Response to Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win? : Well, that's debatable.  I think he was both.  After all, he created the EPA, proclaimed the first Earth Day,and he spent more on social programs than on defense.  Sounds liberal to me. Look, I get it, the liberal definition of liberal is shifting sands. Here is a way to express it without using the label: Nixon has more in common with Obama than he has with say, Reagan.  Is that fair?
    Posted by skeeter20


    Don't forget the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.  He signed that into law too.  There was a time when the GOP gave a rat's rear about the environment and workplace safety.  Today its a weakness to partisan turds like you.
     
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    Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win?

    "There was a time when the GOP gave a rat's rear about the environment and workplace safety."

    There was a time when the Democrats weren't the Party of Government, and actually cared about their constituents instead of unions, radical environmentalists and trial lawyers.
     
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    Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win?

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    In Response to Re: Would Mr. Romney ('s campaign, of course) or the republican establishment cheat to win? : Don't forget the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.  He signed that into law too.  There was a time when the GOP gave a rat's rear about the environment and workplace safety.  Today its a weakness to partisan turds like you.
    Posted by UserName99


    And CPSC.  And split the Department of Education from HEW.

    There is actually a bright line from Mr. Nixon to Mr. Ford to Mr. Bush I to Mr. Romney.  We call it "the republican establishment" today.
     
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