Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Democrats Have No Accomplishments

I was watching Hannity and Colmes last night on FNC and the had Frank Luntz, a pollster on. Frank Luntz was with a group of Democrats discussing who they were favoring and Sean Hannity had a brilliant idea. That idea was to ask the Democrats what accomplishments either Hillary or Obama had accomplished. The Democratic group could not think of one, neither could Alan Colmes. It just shows that the Democratic party is all about talk but nothing more. They are voting on personality. If you ask Republicans what accomplishments McCain, Romney or Huckabee have, we could name at least one for each and more. Attacking spending for McCain, tremendous business man in Romney (i.e. Salt Lake City Olympics) and Huckabee helped Arkansas have one of the best school accountability in the country. There are many more by the Republicans than the Democrats. In fact all that I can come up with is nothing for Obama and a failed attempt at health care for Hillary.

I just had to post this because it was really great. thank you for reading and God Bless.

11 comments:

Barb said...

I missed the program. Thanks for the report.

I like that Romney knows how to make wealth or maintain it. I would hope he'd use this skill for the country. I like a Romney-Huckabee ticket. I don't see Romney in the 2nd banana spot --but huckabee would be a delight in the veep role.

Fonso_2006 said...

I'm supporting the Republican candidate regardless of who it is. I don't have all the problems with McCain like the far right does. I think he is a good man and American hero and would make a good President. I would prefer Huckabee but I'm completely turned off on Romney because of the timing of his changes and the mere number of issues he has flip-flopped on. None the less, I would still vote for him if he got the nomination.

mud_rake said...

I'm supporting the Republican candidate regardless of who it is.

Anybody but an evil Democrat? Now there is wisdom.

Fonso_2006 said...

What I am saying is that with the choices in the Republican party I will support anyone that has any chance. I would not support Ron Paul.

mud_rake said...

To remain totally committed to one political party is quite un-American and goes against the history of our republic.

Fonso_2006 said...

I'm not committed to the Republican party, I just do not agree with most of what the Democratic Party stands for.

Barb said...

This is so amusing, Mudrake, since your screen name was "liberal democrat." Did you ever vote for a Republican?

mud_rake said...

By the way, fonso, the photo of you and your wife is wonderful and clearly an improvement over Reagan.

One must always place family ahead of politics.

Fonso_2006 said...

Thank you, but I think Reagan was a great man, president and patriotic American. That's why I had his photo up for a month.

Barb said...

I like your nice photo of a lovely couple, too --Mudly and I agree on something.

And that family is more important than politics.

Agree with you, Fons, about Reagan. What a great soul he was!
i loved that his son Michael said at one of the funeral ceremonies that his father led him to accept Christ in a specific conversation. the rest of the Reagans seemed to shun michael a bit -child of the first wife. But I never heard him badmouth them. What happened to Ron Jr.? he was on tv as a talking head --the journalist on that coast to coast show on MsNBC -- and then disappeared from public eye.

Yankee Doodle said...

I like your new photo, my friend.