GOP thinks they can make a comeback after shedding Bush
- 2009/03/27 23:24:17
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What is interesting is that Republicans are only eager to get rid of Bush because of his unpopularity, not because of his policies. So, they do not or refuse to understand why Bush was unpopular in the first place and just want to push the same ideas and expect them to work the next time around. This type of wishful thinking and superficial analysis will doom the GOP for the next few years until they wake up and come up with something innovative.
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