Originally Posted by A.Nonymous
Here's the thing though and here's where the hypocrisy comes in. There were Democratic Super-PACs doing the exact same thing and the Democrats didn't say squat about them. They were quick to denounce the Republican Super-PACs and how horrible they were, but said nothing about their own Super PACs. The fact is the Republicans simply played the Super PAC game better than the Dems this year. I expect that to change in four years. If the tables were reversed and the Dems were the ones winning the Super PAC game they wouldn't say a single word and it'd be the Republicans crying foul. Neither side cares about what is right or what is constitutional. Both are out for power, nothing more and nothing less.
There are plenty hypocrits in both parties and all specialized groups inbetween. The problem is theres no such thing as a "public servant". The arrogance however displays the most on the side of the republicans. Right now, all they have to do is agree for once and do something about this socalled "over the cliff" issue. I BETCHA the republicans will hornerilly hold out so to make taxes go up " just to get that man out of the whitehouse".
And who are the ones that $3.00 more on a product will be effected the most? Not their phat @$$es.
And they cant give you one good reason for not agreeing on some solution . LAWD knows what mess we would be facing if "romney" won.