Saturday, March 27, 2010

Republicans: The Party of Hell No.

We all know that the Republicans have turned into the "Party of No" where they don't push solutions to problems nearly as much as they reject everything. They talk about legislation being shoved down their throat. Well, what do you expect if you refuse to work with the president and his ruling party? But the fact of the matter is that it only takes a majority of votes to pass legislation--a majority means democracy that is fueled by elections is working as it should. I guess they've forgotten the consequences of elections.

However, instead of learning the lesson that in elections people want to know what you are for, (and what solutions you propose) because it takes motivated people to build a barn (a stronger country). Yet any jackass can whine and kick it (progress) down. It's easy to throw bricks from the side lines and criticize everything but actually committing to lead the people and do something positive takes true leadership. Any jackass politician can kick down attempts at progress but in the end, regardless of party, people want to see shit getting done.

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libhom said...

The biggest problem that the GOP has is that Obama is pushing for all of their hateful and corrupt policies.

Washougal_Otaku said...

As a Republican, I hate the way that my party has shifted over the years. I have thought about entering politics, in the hopes of restoring some of the good of my party; odds are that I'd probably go batty once I'd get there. Hopefully someone else will do it, and soon.