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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 7:25 PM
If you believe in the Constitution and the vision laid out by the funders ten you must be against our constant war making in the middle east. The Constitution demands that acts of war must be vote on and approved in Congress. It declares that the government defend OUR country. The Constitution does not allow for the government to enforce resolutions made by a foreign body, does not allow for our military to defend borders of other countries, nor does it allow us to work to overthrow leaders in other countries (like our CIA does in Syria and Iran).
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 7:16 PM
Prager is a neoconservative through and through. I love him on matters related to family, faith, and some politics, however, his foreign policy is that John McCain. IT SUCKS. He is delusional that we have the money and the competence to police the world and remake nations in our image. He is delusional that the foreign policy he advocates will increase peace, destroy our enemies, and than this is all sustainable.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 7:11 PM
I think Romney would have been a better president, but only marginally so. He would still have expanded scope and size of government. Look no further than his budget proposal. When the R's nominate a conservative who follows the Constitution, then he will be worth voting for.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 2:55 PM
Agreed. I will not be bullied into settling for a vote I do not believe in. Much of America is tricked or pressured into settling for the lesser of two evils. Its no wonder America is going down hill. We stopped voting for the best candidate a while ago in favor of blind obedience to a two party system that has failed us.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 2:52 PM
There are few things that annoy me more than the gutless, partisan propaganda voice saying "vote for the party or else, a vote for anything other than R is a vote for the dems". That sounds like it came from the lips of Carl Rove or Rience Priebus. It is essentially telling you NOT to think for yourself, put aside your instinct, your critical thinking, your dissent, and settle to vote for the candidate supported by the establishment. The world is changing. Especially with the youth. They care very little for party loyalty, even when their parents were devoted R's or D's. If the GOP does not appeal to the youth it might as well quit now.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 2:40 PM
Agreed. "King10" must have been living under a rock for the last decade. Rank and file, traditional republicans do not stand for limited government or reducing spending any better than I can spread my arms and fly. Further, I would like to think that this audience is too smart for the age old partisan propaganda regurgitated every time an election comes around (a vote for anything other than R is a vote for the dems). BULL$hit. That's what the republicans say to attract votes when their own record or platform cannot speak for itself.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 2:33 PM
How is the war won by Israel. If your answer is to kill Hamas through the very same means then this will not work. When Israel strikes Gaza is kills plenty of everyday citizens and causes enormous amounts of destruction to buildings and infrastructure. What better way to incentivize otherwise moderate Gazans or the young people of Gaza to join the violent jihadists?
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 2:29 PM
How about no foreign aid to anybody? This is not excess money we have to freely give away. This money is either taxed from us, thereby hurting our economy, it is printed, thereby causing inflation and again hurting our economy, or it is obtained through borrowing, thereby indebting our children.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 2:27 PM
Whatever aid goes to Gaza is dwarfed by the aid we give to Israel. Kerry is not anti-Semitic. What are you a liberal? Don't pull the race card, argue your point with fact and logic.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 12:56 PM
Prager, you make some good points for not voting for the dems. However, you do not explain why we must vote for the republicans. In my eyes only a select few republicans in office respect the Constitution. My vote will go towards the individual who respects and follows the Constitution, and whose budget plan actually reduces spending (unlike most republicans who talk a big game but spend just the same as any other). This means I will vote either a Libertarian, republican, Constitution party, or other independent based on the qualities of the individual. I am long through voting for the "lesser of two evils" and regretting my vote. I will only vote for people I believe it.
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Anonymous908 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 12:50 PM
In today's world being described as "Hawkish" pretty much means you are willing and eager to expand our military into more countries, conduct more military operations over seas, and this includes attacks on countries who have not attacked us (Iran, Syria, Russia).
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