Thursday, October 14, 2010

Man Up

You know Clarence, I'm well-educated but I'm not an elitist.

It's not your education it's what you know.

It's not the color of your skin it's what you know.

And it's your side that denigrates real achievement:
They may call him rich but he worked hard to build up his business himself, along with his brother-in-law, and created jobs for now over 100 people in Wisconsin.
And crushes the life out of the economy. Tells people to just shut up. Shut up.

We may not have an identifiable strategy but we have an identifiable philosophy.

It's called smaller government.

It's called tell the truth.

Man Up, Clarence.

It's called we the people.

On the whole, then, these are moderate districts that have recently leaned donkward--the very voters the Democrats would need to hold if they were to preserve their majorities. The poll--conducted by the Democratic-leaning firm of Penn, Schoen & Berland--found that 44% of likely voters in these districts "say the Democratic Party is more dominated by its extreme elements."
P.P.S. Ask the miners

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