POLL: Are Republicans desperately afraid that the Obama administration might succeed?

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Thunderdog, May 14, 2009.

Are Republicans desperately afraid that the Obama administration might succeed?

  1. Yes

    31 vote(s)
  2. No

    20 vote(s)
  1. I get the sense that Republicans, especially those in this forum, are actually fearful that the current administration might succeed in pulling the country out of the quagmire left by the previous administration. Fearful, perhaps, that they just might have been wrong all this time and in so many ways. Does anyone else smell this pungent Republican fear fest? This desperation and furious grasping at straws in a futile and laughable attempt at political self-preservation?
  2. You think being critical of Obama because he quadrupled the debt and is pushing a sweeping powergrab while weakening the national security is grasping at straws? :confused:
  3. Arnie


  4. They are shitting bricks!
  5. I imagine that must hurt. Perhaps Mr. Limbaugh will share some of his "pain relievers" with his afflicted brethren. Provided, of course, that such reaching out would not be interpreted as socialist.
  6. Where are the data supporting your quadrupling of the debt and weakening national security?
  7. Heck, I didn't even see his reference about "weakening national security." I couldn't get past the "quadrupling of the debt" part.

    That drjerkylluss, he doesn't post. He composts.
  8. Again, still no big Obama fan, especially wall street taxation changes, but it's like religion, neither side can allow the other side to be correct on anything.

    The prez changed his mind, after a lot of discussion I'm sure, about the detainees, and seems to have changed his original thoughts on some left issues, but still the other side hates him. What if he stayed the coruse? Would that be better received? Of course not. He's our President, that's just the way it is. I just wish we could get back to actual thinking when discussing politics instead of reading radio show talking points, from both sides. Doubt that will happen on ET.

    #10     May 14, 2009