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Discussion in 'Too Hot for Swamp Gas' started by g8orbill, Mar 31, 2014.
seems more and more of Hollywood is not afraid to speak out on prezBHO
You know damn well this is going to be quickly blamed on Bush...
Full time work/participation rate will be because of the great recession that only Bush is to blame for. Though didn't the recession end in 2009? Five years later and the participation rate continues to shrink....
Obama's policies have done anything they can to make food stamps easier to obtain.
sad... just sad....
What's sad is posting a tweet from Dean Cain. Or any tweet, really.
What's sad is Obama's performance as president.
Who is this Cain? I don't know him from Adam.
He is one of the few people in Hollywood who is not afraid to speak the truth.
Dudes always been a republican. Heck he was a Rick Perry supporter.
Hilarious that anyone is dumb enough to blame the recession of 08 on Obama.
But hey, that's what pubs are for.
It is more a question of blaming the abject failure to recover meaningfully of 2009 to present on Obama, on the two years in which he got to do everything he tried and the three since in which he has defended his status quo as the new normal.
Every economist said it was a 8-10 year fix.
Facts are just so darn pesky.
It is always so interesting to me that Republicans are so desperate for any "celebrity" (and I use that term very loosely here) who agrees with them. I mean, seriously, Dean Cain, the girl from Clueless, the wife from Everybody Loves Raymond, Ted Nugent, etc. Many claim to hate Hollywood and not care what celebrities say. But anytime anybody who once sniffed celebrity agrees with Republicans, we get a thread about it here.
You know what they say?
As Dean Cain goes, so goes Hollywood.
When was the last time a Democrat on here started a thread based solely on the comments of an actor or musician?
gotta get any fixes past Harry Reed=just ain't happening
I don't think Dean Cain has been discussed this much since the 90s.
Republicans complain that the federal laws put too many unqualified buyers into home ownership when they shouldn't not have been. Are you guys really now complaining that the percent of home ownership is dropping?
Speaking generally. I think a lot of the reason they do because it seems so rare that a celebrity actually leans right, it has be like 95% are liberal.
I.E. the "reach" for Dean Cain?
The bench isnt very deep. Duvall was lost to free agency, and Eastwood isnt getting any younger.
Clearly in rebuilding mode at the moment if Cain is doing the heavy lifting.