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Azera Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 12:44 PM
Never mind McConnell. He will win. Look again at JulieBrown's comment "The GOP infighting has to STOP now!!".... Time to bury the proverbial hatchet within the GOP, and win elections to defeat Democrats . Are you willing to help make peace within the GOP so we can focus on defeating liberal progressive Democrats? --------------------------------------------------------------- OMG.....where do I begin with you? First, are you forgetting that all of the so-called infighting and back-biting in the Republican party has taken place first and foremost with the politicians themselves. So save your kum ba ya speeches for them. Second, you and all of those who are like minded seem to be banking on God-knows-what that the Repubs will win the Senate. As my Dad says, you can wish in one hand and pea in the other and I'll tell you which one will fill up first. The Repubs have not produced a coherent compelling argument why they should be the voice of the people in over 30 plus years. The only way the Repubs have control over the House is because of the Tea Party. You can whine and poo-poo that all you want, but is a fact, Jack. But you go along get along let's play nice in the sand box old guard burned the Tea Party after the election. So you guys have an ice cubes chance in hell if you think the Tea Party is gonna help you re-elect the likes of McConnell. You guys are just like Guy Benson. You get all giddy and wring your hands in excitement of the prospect of politically out-maneuvering a political opponent and rail on & on about if this happens then that happens then this will happen and then.....blah, blah, blah. Jesus H Christ! Can we just talk about how the ACA is just as detrimental to the United States of America as when America said women didn't have the right to vote or that no one was to produce alcohol or that slavery was ok?? I get so GD mad that this country is going to hell in a hand basket and all folks like DG and Guy Benson and all the others can say is can't we all just quit fighting and get along? I'm dam glad none of you stood shoulder to shoulder in the snow with George Washington. A bunch of us think we need to fight for this country and freedom. If you're not willing to fight with us, please, PLEASE.....just ride the pine, enjoy watching us git er done, and shut up.
D G Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 3:49 PM
azera...... Where should you begin. ..... Gee, how about reading what I said for starters? Obviously, you failed to do so.

We must focus on winning elections to defeat the liberal-progressive-Democrats.

You said .... "Can we just talk about how the ACA is just as detrimental to the United States of America ...... ?"

Well ........ None of the GOP senators and congressmen voted for ACA in the first place. One of the strongest opponents of ObamaCare since before it was enacted has been Mitch McConnell.

So Acera.... Grow up. Wear your big boy pants and venture into the real world. Beware of Glenn Beck's fantasy land.

Acera..... I said it is time to make peace among conservatives, and you post a nasty, viscous attack. Let us know when you complete second grade. .... Keep your vitriol to yourself.
Dave M Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 9:43 PM
Gee- how about you follow your own advice and read Acera'a post.
You go on on and on about the necessity to end the infighting to win the 2014 Senate.
On what basis do you think that will happen? The Republican Party is not only failing to take even the most basic steps required for that to happen but are actively, deliberately, and with malice aforethought alienating the very voters you MUST have turn out in large numbers for those victories to happen. And then you have the chutzpah to blame those you disparage when they decline to support you. If you are really interested in stopping the infighting then I would suggest you start by taking a good long hard look in the mirror and those Republicans who spent the entire Non-shutdown shutdown sabotaging and disparaging the Tea Party, Cruz, and Lee instead of those really responsible-the Democrats.
Earl29 Wrote: Oct 24, 2013 12:45 AM
Dyadd Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 1:42 PM
Azera, your posts would demonstrate to any but the most determined RINO that they have lost most of their conservative support - far more than was lost during the Romney campaign.

They have their heads stuck up the 20th century and expect us to rally around them again. What a sad delusion.
D G Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 3:52 PM
Sorry Dyadd..... It is not a case of old vs. new. ..... It is a case of dishonesty among some (not all) of the more outspoken Libertarian/ Tea Party people who have no real world experiences.
Earl29 Wrote: Oct 24, 2013 12:44 AM
Hogwash. It is exactly a case of the old entrenched pols protectint their turf against the new uppity Tea Party people.
Ted Cruz has plenty of real world experiences, including arguing cases before the Supreme Court. That ain't hay, pal.
Henry VIII Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 12:53 PM
Women eventually won the vote because they were strategically smart. Prohibition was repealed because FDR needed the tax money. Slavery was repelled because it was a repulsive system, and the South overplayed their hand. I think we need to fight too, but we have fight smart.
Mike4166 Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 1:29 PM
Women have been voting since the inception of this country. In the beginning, all that was necessary to vote was to be a citizen in good standing who owned property. Women routinely outlived their husbands, and so when the shop, house, farm, plantation, was left to them, they met all the constitutional requirements for voting, and vote they did.
Dyadd Wrote: Oct 23, 2013 1:35 PM
Ending the shutdown was just a GOP RINO strategy to destroy its internal opposition and Ted Cruz. Ditto the limp GOP response to the IRS/USG persecution of tea party conservatives.

How are all these viscous and treacherous strategies working for the GOP leadership? ;)
Earl29 Wrote: Oct 24, 2013 12:54 AM
Women won the vote because they got out on the street and in politicians faces. They didn't win the vote by not fighting for it.