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Maybe we should follow Iraq and just dip their fingers in purple ink after they vote. At least it would stop the person who tried to vote multiple times.:)
I have listened to Michelle Nunn's ads for weeks and I have not heard her say one thing she will do for Georgia. She talks in general terms about "fighting for us", "helping the middle class", etc which is just so much hot air. She is careful to say nothing, commit to nothing, and avoid any connection to the Obama supporters, while accepting millions in financial support from them.
I hope you are right, but we are being overwhelmed with money and influence from Washington and those who come here trying to flee high taxes and bad climate. They then try to set up the same high taxes and democrat ways here. There is always a chance that with them and the low-information voters, they can elect these people who would like to work with Washington to finish off our country.
More than enough. We endured Jimmy as did the rest of the country. Now we have to deal with Jason. Georgians will not support Jason Carter, but with our invasion from the North, we may find ourselves with Jason after all.
Val Wyatt severely offends me, but unfortunately the Constitution does not guarantee my right to not be offended, so I will just have to get over it. I suggest Ms Wyatt do the same. California had better step up soon and do something or they are going to find themselves with no rights left what so ever. Pathetic, California.
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An Open Letter to the Political Right

Ariviste Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 10:42 AM
The reason to care is that the Democrats are taking our liberties, robbing, stealing, plotting and scheming to destroy this country. We may never get a candidate who lives up to your or my expectations, but Bush, McCain, or Romney are all better than what we have now or what we will get in Hillary. We might not stop the progression of Socialism in one election. It might take two or even ten, but we have to all do our part, and you are not doing your part as a citizen or a Conservative by not voting. The reason to care is that this is your country and your children's country. You must do your duty as a citizen. Get out and work for the candidate you like most. But do your part and your duty to turn this country around. You sound like a little kid who doesn't get exactly what you wanted for Christmas.
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An Open Letter to the Political Right

Ariviste Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 10:20 AM
It is clear to see that you did not understand Reagan and what he gave to this country. He made us all feel a sense of pride to be an American and that America was the greatest country on Earth. He had the guts to stand up to our enemies and back them down. He worked with our enemies to achieve for the good in the world. We badly need this in a leader and those of us who are old enough to remember Reagan hold him up as the example of a leader we need again today. We had him and it is hard to accept a person who takes our liberties away and falls to his knees before world leaders, fiddles while Rome burns and puts his ego before the good of America.
She has run an ad about her grandmother, and one about her mother and other family "togetherness" ads, but she has never stated her position on anything whatsoever. The dumb-dumbs in Atlanta may elect her in the general election anyway.
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The Misinformed Case for Voter ID

Ariviste Wrote: May 15, 2014 7:55 PM
Hello??? We are not a democracy. Evidence continues to pile up as to voter fraud in many states in 2012. It is not hard to get an ID. Just go to the local drivers license bureau in most states and take utility bills, expired drivers licenses, social security cards, or whatever you have and they will see that you get an ID. This writer is foolish if he thinks people in those unique situations he cites are a large percentage of the population.
A desecration to the White House.
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