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    How does Jeb Bush solve a Latino problem?
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    Re: And so it begins...

    His wife is Latino
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    please no more bush's in the white house.
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    You guys are so dramatic. I remember in 2004 when Kerry lost and the republicans gained ground people were saying the democrat party was done. Incumbent presidents are hard to be. Republicans need to become fiscally conservative and not concern themselves with social issues. The party will be fine. This liberal circle jerk you guys are having is great, who gets to eat the cracker?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jared81 View Post
    You guys are so dramatic. I remember in 2004 when Kerry lost and the republicans gained ground people were saying the democrat party was done. Incumbent presidents are hard to be. Republicans need to become fiscally conservative and not concern themselves with social issues. The party will be fine. This liberal circle jerk you guys are having is great, who gets to eat the cracker?
    What the **** are you even talking about? This is a thread talking about how the Republicans are all-of-a-sudden pro-immigration and seem to care about women suddenly. If you're upset about Romney losing, there are several threads talking about, as well as the future of the Republican party...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jared81 View Post
    Republicans need to become fiscally conservative and not concern themselves with social issues. The party will be fine. This liberal circle jerk you guys are having is great, who gets to eat the cracker?
    Holy crap, I am not alone! I thought that I was the only one who thought that the economy and foreign policy should have been the ONLY issues this election cycle. Guess what, there will never, or at least any time soon, be a strong enough majority either way to pass an amendment one way or the other on abortion, gay marriage, or the like. So, why the heck are we spending so much time mulling it over. Aside from that, if the economy collapses then abortion and gay marriage won't matter one little bit and no one will care. It was a distraction, dumbass (Romney)! The religious right is becoming an insignificant voting block as they are fragmented anyway. Which block did the Republicans get? Catholics? No! Jews? No! Religious Blacks? No! Religious whites didn't even vote as much as they did in 2008 from what I have seen. So who are they so worried about alienating? Romney could have shut Obama down the "war on women" (which was BS but a brilliant stroke by Liberals) comprised of contraceptio and abortion as well as the gay marriage debate by just saying in a firm tone that it was the states rights to decide what they want to do on these issues but he was concerned about the economy and foreign policy. Keep redirecting the conversation like a sheep herder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Locke View Post
    This is a thread talking about how the Republicans are all-of-a-sudden pro-immigration and seem to care about women suddenly.
    It is sad to say but the Republicans are like a ship without a rudder right now. Outside of the Tea Party, they don't know what in the hell they believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2413fanphins View Post
    please no more bush's in the white house.
    I would have to agree with this. Rubio is a possibility but definitely not another Bush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddy View Post
    I would have to agree with this. Rubio is a possibility but definitely not another Bush.
    Yeah, the guy who lied about his past....excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phins_4_ever View Post
    Yeah, the guy who lied about his past....excellent.
    Like I said, he is a possibility. Considering that we have no definitive proof that our president was even born in the US and most every record of his childhood and teen years is sealed, I don't see Rubio having too much of a problem with that issue anyway. Besides, have you ever seen a politician that hasn't/doesn't lie? I damn sure haven't.
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