Joshua E. Keating is an associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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8:26 AM ET
October 12, 2011
And to think...
the sane ones will never be allowed to rise to the top. The prospects most likely to succeed are seriously scary - and most likely to guarantee the Obama retains his current address - and policies. No matter which way we turn, we all lose - again.
8:44 AM ET
Unfortunately, the GOP (which now stands for the Get Obama Party) has been reduced to reflexively and vehemently opposing anything that the president proposes, says, thinks, or even mutters under his breath. While this is terrible for the nation, it actually is a boon to the republican contenders, as it relieves them of the burden of actually having to think independently (to quote Brittany Spears, "Thinking is HARD!")
While this is probably unintended, it has had the effect of turning the GOP into avowed Marxists. Fortunately for the rest of us, they have become Groucho Marxists, and this can be shown in their new (old) campaign anthem "I'm Against It!". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtMV44yoXZ0
3:35 PM ET
October 13, 2011
Unfortunately, based on the response of Democrats to the Republican strategy and attacks, I'm beginning to believe that "thinking is HARD!" applies to Dem responses to policyas well.
11:21 PM ET
November 7, 2011
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governor and lots of people are encouraging him to operate for that White House in 2012. Many think he'd be considered a rather likable prospect for that president of the ushow to build muscle
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billion dollar debt as governor of Indiana, while creating a some point three big surplus, the retiring governor knows the necessary steps to find the USA and economy back in line.
3:36 PM ET
November 8, 2011
What do they say? For the
What do they say? For the most part the same as the Obama admin. = the same as the Bush admin. = etc. Left/Right paradigm circle jerk sponsored by the Military Industrial Complex.
Now who's really in charge of foreign policy first deposit bonus? Three guesses, first two don't count.
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