R.I.P. G.O.P?
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angry.gif A number of people around the web seem to think that the GOP is committing suicide with its vote to let the bill move forward.

The fact that most of these people wouldn't vote Democrat either means that a third party option is looking more probable.


R.I.P. G.O.P.: Out in the car I heard a few minutes of Rush Limbaugh talking about the immigration bill moving forward. I think the Republicans' situation is looking pretty grim, and I wonder, what impels them to make such a self-destructive move? Limbaugh was wondering too.

Dan Riehl:

Having voted Republican in every election for the past 30 or so years, it is increasingly difficult to comprehend how I am going to be able to pull the lever for a candidate aligned with that party in the future, unless or until they get their act at least halfway together.Riehl World View I've Had It With Republicans

A Myspace Blog in New Jersey:

thats it man, game over man, game over!

Current mood: angry

Throw away your birth certificates, social security cards, licenses and anything else that proves you are you. They are no longer needed. You can create a totally new and false identity. The next time I am sick I am going to the hospital emergency room with no identification to get my free medical benefits since I haven't had them and can't afford them for almost 3yrs now. Not like I haven't tried either, but no one wants to hire you anymore when they can just contract you.

As friend said to me after reading this news article "Bush is dead to me now". The only thing I was giving him credit for was protecting us after 9/11. That there hasn't been another attack on US soil. That will change now. The boarders will blown wide open the second this passes.

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