winning

…get tired of winning…..

by Skip November 26, 2016

“We gonna win so much you may even get tired of winning and you’ll say please, please Mr. president, It’s too much winning! We can’t take it anymore!” Sundance over at Conservative Treehouse notes that the winning has started:

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“Voting Is About Choosing Who Best Represents Us, Not Who We Think Will Win”

by Skip September 1, 2016

Ah yes, another way of what I have been saying for years: Winning is only a precursor; it is what you do AFTERWARDS that is most important. To wit, you win only to get something done.  Or, miserably true, to just BE someone. Winning is important but not the end all be all – the […]

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Sunday talking head show Doodlings: That is only the prerequisite, sir!

by Skip February 16, 2014

“It is because the base no longer Trusts what happens after “winning” that this is an issue.” On This Week with “Mr.  wContraceptive in Presidential Debates” (that would be George Stephanopolous, Clinton’s Vonderkind, turned Democrat “journalist”) was this clip from NJ Gov. Chris Christie: Our party’s priority should be on winning. Not winning the argument.  […]

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Duck Responsibility

by Rick Olson December 28, 2013

Yes….Snark    

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Black Swan: Obama’s actions created the TEA Party. Is the Establishment Old Guard Republicans are about to be black swanned?..

by Skip February 4, 2013

“ if you aren’t going to do what you say you would, we can no longer trust you“ I am beginning to think so.  Certainly here in NH during the last two election cycles, the enmity between what I would call the Old Guard Establishment (e.g., “I’m a Republican because…..I’m a Republican” and “who the […]

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The Thrill Is Gone…

by Tom October 4, 2012

Chris Matthews – I hate to bring his “Progressive” stink into this blog, but his reaction to Obama’s performance in the debate last night was priceless. Now, two things happened last night…

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