Do Republicans deserve to get political power back in 2012? Everyone knows how well Republicans can criticize or undermine any Democratic accomplishment. Yet when Republicans are asked to list some of their own party's accomplishments, which have benefitted the country, say over the last 30 years, they seem to come up empty and reflexively resort to distraction, or deflection. Therefore, I have issued them this challenge: to list some of their own party's positive accomplishments over the last 30 yrs, so that voters can better decide whether their party deserves more political power in 2012. And I’ll be waiting patiently to hear from them...P.S. No lies, fabrications or confused thinking please (I realize this may be a very high standard to meet).

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