Blackrocks wrote:Lisa, please don't take offense but your recent posts seem to have taken on a tone of bitterness and i don't mean that as a snark i'm just curious as to the reason. i'm just guessing but could it be that you are starting to realize how much the Republicans lied to and are taking advantage of your tea partyers
You can read whatever into my posts that you want. And I do see you being snarky. I think that you can't wait for me to screw up just so you can call me on it.
Posting things like "Well Lisa you did it again , not only did you use a quote from an ultra conservitive source but you only told half the truth. The actual numbers for the poll were :
Now do the math --wait I'll do it for you ---it comes out to 46% Dem and 51% non Dem I don't see how that skewers the poll 17% towards the Dems Now can you imagine that ?
Sorry to burst YOUR bubble" RICK
If that's not snarky I don't know what is so give me a break.
You've gone that route before and I expect you'll try it again. Go for it! You don't seem to answer my points very often anyway, you just sort of talk around them. For instance I asked how an AP poll that had participants such as the one you quoted could be considered unbiased and you didn't answer. You changed the subject. I call it as I see it and I support it with facts. I see you as a big liberal who is unwilling to see past what the DEMS are telling you. That blind adherence to the DEMS is destroying this country. If I wanted that kind of an existence I'd move to China.
So stop guessing about my motives or my position - it's all upfront and it always has been - there is no way in this world that I'm ever going to agree with your point of view. I am a conservative and that's that; the smaller the government the better. I don't need Uncle Sam or Mr. Obama to tell me what's right or wrong or which medical treatment is best for me and mine or which Doctor will do it. I don't need an administration that has an energy plan that is going to "necessarily cause my energy bills to skyrocket." I believe the less government intrusion the better. It's strange how history supports that philosophy. Just look at the Reagan years or better yet look at the states that have had DEMS in charge for the last 40 years. Anyone want to move to Detroit? Anyone? How about CA? I find it shocking that you would support an administration or political party that "steals" the wealth you've worked hard to build for your family and distributes to those that have chosen not to work as hard as you have.
Oh and you can say all you want about the Republicans and the TEA PARTY but they have started to make a difference in how Washington is run - that's not going to change, in fact, even if Obama keeps the White House in 2012 he won't be able to do much damage when the TEA Party carries both houses of Congress. It's interesting how so many of the RINOs are moving back to the center right when they face the reality of a primary challenge. And who is forcing a primary challenge? Oh yeah, the TEA PARTY, go figure. Don't worry about us, we won't be fooled twice.
It's going to be a very interesting 18 months. Lisa