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Do Republicans only know how to soap box their ideology and have no clue how to govern?

The Republican party is 20+ million in debt. "If jobs are lost, so be it" after you campaign on job creation. Pathetic--that's the only word I have to describe the Republican Party.

Asked By: Change Now - 2/17/2011
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The RNC (Republican National Committee) is 20 million in debt and the DNC (Democrat National Committee) is 15 million in debt. Which won the 2010 election... More
Answered By: Jacob W - 2/17/2011
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Ok. So the Republican Party ain't perfect. They have their flaws just like anyone else. Should I switch to the Democratic Party now? Which is worse? To have a party that is in debt or to have a party that is most known for evading taxes?
Answered By: Shepherd - 2/17/2011
 
-What a Surprise ! -How did you ever figure THAT out ??! ;)
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Answered By: Joseph the Second - 2/17/2011
 
What are you talking about? Do you even know? Democrats are FAILURES at every level, especially the individual level...You are weak, dependent Vermin...Just the fact that you need a "UNION" proves this... They won't be around to protect you losers much longer and I can't wait!
Answered By: Psycho Dave - 2/17/2011
 
Boehner keeps getting slapped around by the Tea Party... More
Answered By: Parson Brown - 2/17/2011
 
Michael Steele's RNC is 20 million in debt mainly on poor performance by one person... More
Answered By: Bethy - 2/17/2011
 
Clearly, with no doubt, the Republican party is 100% responsible for our current situation. THEY DON'T EVEN DENY THAT.
Answered By: Rodger Dodger - 2/17/2011
 
And here we are trying to pay for their useless and illegal war that was off the books for Bush. Maybe that is what we should do just take it off the books too then claim that everything is fine. Public sector jobs help stabilize and stimulate the economy and is not meant to create wealth. But take away those jobs and... More
Answered By: whoyeah - 2/17/2011
 
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