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Repeal and replace Obamacare

BK24 Wrote: Apr 14, 2014 11:14 AM
Amen, brother. I came here to type a post & saw you'd beaten me to it.
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Poll: GOP Has Slight Edge on 2014 Ballot

BK24 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 8:21 PM
Good butting heads with you, sir. Good night, God bless.
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Poll: GOP Has Slight Edge on 2014 Ballot

BK24 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 8:16 PM
If you see Paul, Cruz and Lee disdained and sidelined by their "fellow" Republicans, and if you see the nomination given to Bush or Rubio, will you ratify this with your vote? If the choice before you is between a New-Dealing Democrat, a Great-Societarian Republican or a constitutionalist conservative, who will get your vote? Elections really do matter. If we give our votes to liberal candidtates, we'll get liberal government. The past 70-odd years proves it.
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Poll: GOP Has Slight Edge on 2014 Ballot

BK24 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 7:52 PM
It'll take as long as it takes a rotten tree to fall over. The present configuation of our national political party (yes, singular) is not eternal, is not blessed by Scripture or sanctioned by the constitution. Great changes can be wrought where there is a grave need - our revolution from Britain is one exapmple. The grave need now is for a political party that will support conservative candidates who will advance a conservative agenda, not slam them, damn them and smear them into the margins as the R-wing of the national party does.
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Poll: GOP Has Slight Edge on 2014 Ballot

BK24 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 7:31 PM
What i suggest is that if the outcome had been different - if Romney were president today - it would make no difference to the trajectory of our nation away from limited government and toward social democracy. Candidate Romney spent the campaign saying "ObamaCare Bad, MediCare Good," thus ignoring the fact that they're just junior and senior generations of the same beastly species. Saying that there's a difference between Romney and Obama is like saying that Oakland is closer to the Atlantic than San Francisco. It's surely true, but so what?
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Poll: GOP Has Slight Edge on 2014 Ballot

BK24 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 7:15 PM
No. I'm saying that a conservative like Paul (either one) or Bachmann or (your favorite conservative here) has no chance to even get started restoring the constitutional republic of limited government by working within a party that is functionally indistinguishable from the other party.
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Poll: GOP Has Slight Edge on 2014 Ballot

BK24 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 7:05 PM
A true conservative won't carry water for any pack of nanny-statists. Has it occured to you that there's only 1% difference between the "different" parties in the polls because there's only 1% difference between their social-democratic philosophies?
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Jeb v. Hillary?

BK24 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 6:55 PM
Or Jeb wins. Whatever. Neither one will toss Lady Liberty a line as she sinks to her chin in the statist muck.
Royalty is supposed to be good-looking. So let's take a pass on Jeb and hold out 'til 2020 when W's daughters will be of presidential age.
We all lose when another nanny-statist wins.
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