Anonymous of Indy, you make me proud. You would make a great politician.<quoted text>I personally have no faith with polticians from California because all you got to do is look at California's financial situtation and that alone give me an idea of the fiscal thinking of Polticians. I do believe Nancy Pelosi knows that her re-election chances are slim because her daughter said in an interview that she is considering retiring but the people of the district of California that she represent should had voted her out years ago. I would like to know why 20% of New ObamaCare Waivers have went to Nancy Pelosi's District which is 1 out of 5.
20% of New ObamaCare Waivers Go To Nancy Pelosi's District
You didn't answer my question. But, unlike others, I'm not going to beat you over the head because you didn't.
Personally having "no faith with polticians from California" is a far cry from what plan you have to get Nancy Pelosi out of Congress.(I don't think she's having problems winning).
But, as I've said (and we all know), republicans are adept at repackaging ideas and selling them to the masses.
Almost forgot...when it is their ideas, but someone else sells it to the public and the public approves...then the republicans disown that plan. We've seen that soooooo much over the last few years.
That, right there, is an argument for those who say there are no differences between the parties. The republicans are not upholding their end, currently, because they want no part of ANY successful plan that President Obama presents to the people.
Those with open eyes know exactly what I'm saying. In any event, I believe there ARE major differences between the parties.
Well, maybe you aren't the next billionaire. Don't fret, you could be the GOP's next darling. But something tells me you don't want to wear that hat.
Good for you. Don't worry, buddy.
I'm going to help you get that first billion yet.