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  •  I'm afraid that the only way (7+ / 0-)

    the Rs will get blamed by the kind of folks who elect representatives like this is if their trusted media outlets and entertainment figures TELL them to blame the Rs. Its all the "demoncraps" fault because they wouldn't come to a sensible compromise and throw their bodies in front of the economy before it could fall into the whole dug by the Rs.

    Yes, most of the country will know exactly who is behind it, but there will always be-what is it figured? 24%-that group who knows otherwise. The true Patriots/Christians/Hard Working Americans <-----insert trademark thingie here.

    It entertains us, but the sad reality is that these guys have sunk there teeth hard into local and state level power, and they will be verrrry difficult to dislodge. There is much damage they can do below the radar, and they bear watching.

    Almost 10 year old Daughter: "Boys are pretty good, but daughters have sentimental value." Me: "I don't think that phrase means what you think it does." Daughter: "None of them do, Mom. More's the pity. Words have to be flexible in today's world."

    by left rev on Tue Jan 08, 2013 at 06:25:47 AM PST

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    •  true, but it will happen. slowly, to be sure, but (2+ / 0-)
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      Ian H, left rev

      eventually the republican party, per se, will cease to exist.  they might (probably) go by another name, but the gop is toast & the debt ceiling manufactured crisis is the final act of their obscene, delusional play.

      i agree the media deserves much of the blame for taking the easy-way-out & not calling the r's on their obvious treason vis a vis the plan use economic terrorism to usurp a democratically elected govt, but where are the democratic party leaders -- or business leaders, for that matter -- who should be taking up the slack?  the money interests are going to take a royal beating if the r's do what they're threatening, & yet they're strangely silent.

      the dnc/wh made a bad error when it chose to abandon howard dean's 50-state strategy, imo.  otherwise, the hardline righties wouldn't be so well-entrenched in the lower rungs of power that they are.

      it will not be an easy fight, but the ones worth fighting rarely are.

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