"I like anybody we nominate," Baker said.' - Article
*'Poll: Less than half of GOP primary voters satisfied with 2012 field' - By
Mark Murray - NBC News - 06/15/11 *'GOP race narrows, but there's
still no front runner' - By Steven Thomma, McClatchy Newspapers - Published by
DSNews - 08/14/11
The GOP wants two things. Someone who can beat Obama and someone who can get
the economy rolling and create jobs. All the other issues are a side show. So,
put Romney and Perry on the ticket in any order. Both can beat Obama. One has
presided over a State that created jobs and one has worked in the private sector
for 25 years and created jobs. It is the absolutely winning ticket for 2012.
Re: Pagan | 1:02 p.m. Aug. 29, 2011 RealClearPolitics has taken
polls from multiple agencies and is reporting an average approval rating of
43.4% for Obama and a 53% disapproval rating.Gallup is showing a
dismal 38% approval rating for our nonperforming leader. It could get worse
.... and probably will.
Yes Rifleman,Numbers are bad. And yes, they absolutely could get
worse.Just ask George W. Bush.
A new Pew Poll shows that an increasing number of moderate Republicans and
Independents want Pres. Obama to stand up to the GOP. The public continues to
place greater blame for the lack of cooperation on Republican leaders (37%) than
on Barack Obama (21%), though about one-in-ten (12%) volunteer that both are
o couldn't stand up to anybody. Anybody but bo. we need a leader and he isn't
one. paganette: keep dreaming. your boy will be out in 16 months.
Re: Pagen | 2:21 p.m. Aug. 29, 2011 "why aren't you giving Obama the
8 years to fix the mess that Republican leadership, created?"Its the unions and liberal Democrats that want to tie a can on Obama's tail.
He can't deliver, lets the Republicans lead him around by the nose, and let them
call his bluff.The Democrats want a leader and Obama just isn't
Texas led the Republicans into nearly destroying this nation. Whatever comes
out of Texas, in my view, should be disregarded. This include Baker who headed
up the theft of the 2000 election, giving us an Administration that did more
damage to the U.S. than perhaps any other.
Anyone Mr. Baker? Anyone? Wow, that is desperation in a can.
@Dutchman, what jobs has Romney created? His career involved swooping in on
troubled companies, cutting expenses and jobs, and trying to turn them around.
Sometimes it worked, and sometimes it didn't. I would bet that the net figure
on jobs is a rather large negative number. Instead of rhetoric, how about some
And therein lies a large part of the problem.Republicans who will
vote for anyone with a big R after their name on the ballot -- no matter how
extreme or harebrained they may be.
Re: Pagen | 8:41 a.m. Aug. 30, 2011 "So Rifleman, your claiming to be
a Democrat now?"Noooo, I don't see where I claimed to be
anything? I made a statement of fact. The unions and liberal Democrats have
realized that Obama can't deliver on his promises and they've grown tired of him
in the White House. And yes, they've asked Hillary to pull their fat out of the
Anyone at this point, is better than Obama.......even Uerkle!
The only jobs Obama has created are government jobs that are further weakening
the economy and killing job growth overall.
Obama has added more debt during his tenour then any president in history. he
starts by passing a job killing health care plan that will add hundreds of
thousands of nonproducing jobs just to enforce the juggernout. Most small
businesses will shut down their health care plans, they cannot afford it. Obama follows this up by proposing to increase taxes on upper income
americans, reminds me of Jimmy Carter. Reagan followed by lowering taxes, it was
called "Reaganomics". It worked because Americans had more spending
money, that was the end of the resession. Democrats still to this day argue that
more taxes will solve all woes. We have to get this Socialist out of office now
and ANY republican will do (Baker)... GO Mitt
The Gipper thought we spend too much. He should know: the national debt nearly
tripled on his watch.