Bush reruns

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Submitted by JimGl (United States), Nov 7, 2012 11:11

The debate method of choosing a candidate is ridiculous and gives the media far too much power to challenge without being challenged. Romney stood there looking like a stuffed technocrat (whatever that looks like). The D's were fun to watch as they tried to outlie each other with Obama the obvious winner. But I agree with Steve, we have won when we talked about the culture. The culture of privilege and big money vs. the culture of freedom, hard work, fair dealing and being a beacon to the world that Reagan emphasized. The press hated him for it but it worked. The Bushies threw it all away. I thank God that Gore wasn't President on 9/11. But the two of them threw away the chance to embed Reagan's message.

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