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My point is that there are idiots on both sides of the aisle, only a few ever get pointed out and it seems to be the ones on the right more often. More often during election cycles.
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Originally posted by oldsoldier oldsoldier wrote:

My point is that there are idiots on both sides of the aisle,

Agree.

Quote  only a few ever get pointed out

Agree.

Quote and it seems to be the ones on the right more often.

Disagree.  This is what I hear from people on the right.  From people on the left, I hear that it is always the idiots on the left that get pointed out.  I suspect neither is true.

Here in Wisconsin, for instance, the main idiot is Peg Lautenschlager (or however she spells her name), but bringing up a state-level idiot didn't seem helpful in this discussion.

But I will posit that at the moment, on the national level, the GOP is simply more interesting than the Democratic party.  That means more idiots and more good people.  The Democrats are very blah at the moment.  If you asked me who my favorite people in Congress were, they would also be disproportionately Republican these days.

That said, it is hard to beat Santorum for sheer tool+moron factor, and hard to beat DeLay for sheer tool+crook-morality factor.

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oh come on. how can you disagree with that Clark? Everyone goes and says Fox News is uber conservative. But they refuse to say that ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN are liberal. Its the same thing with the aisle. The Right it always pointed out the left very seldom. The only place that I notice pointing at the left is like Bill O'Reilly or Sean Hannity.
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Originally posted by Kristofer Kristofer wrote:

oh come on. how can you disagree with that Clark? Everyone goes and says Fox News is uber conservative. But they refuse to say that ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN are liberal.

I wouldn't know - I don't watch any of those if I can help it. 

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Originally posted by Kristofer Kristofer wrote:

oh come on. how can you disagree with that Clark? Everyone goes and says Fox News is uber conservative. But they refuse to say that ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN are liberal. Its the same thing with the aisle. The Right it always pointed out the left very seldom. The only place that I notice pointing at the left is like Bill O'Reilly or Sean Hannity.


I really fail to see what makes EVERY national news outlet except Fox "liberal."

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Originally posted by Clark Kent Clark Kent wrote:

But I will posit that at the moment, on the national level, the GOP is simply more interesting than the Democratic party. 




Ted Stevens is....interesting....

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Originally posted by Tae Kwon Do Tae Kwon Do wrote:

Originally posted by Clark Kent Clark Kent wrote:

But I will posit that at the moment, on the national level, the GOP is simply more interesting than the Democratic party. 




Ted Stevens is....interesting....

You gotta give the guy a break...


...he is from Alaska, after all.
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Originally posted by Clark Kent Clark Kent wrote:


Here in Wisconsin, for instance, the main idiot is Peg Lautenschlager (or however she spells her name), but bringing up a state-level idiot didn't seem helpful in this discussion.

Ha

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