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Declare Victory and Act

BrianR.3 Wrote: Feb 20, 2015 11:08 AM
The usual Chavez pro-amnesty horsepuckey.
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Obama on Path to Imperial Presidency

BrianR.3 Wrote: Feb 19, 2015 9:41 AM
She gets the legal issue correct, then follows it with a plea for the Repubs to pass amnesty. Which gives Obozo and the amnestists exactly what they wanted in the first place. This is an idiotic column.
What the hell is wrong with the people in Arizona to keep sending those two @$$hat "Republican" Senators back to DC?
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Bobby Jindal for President?

BrianR.3 Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 1:59 AM
Agreed. I'd vote for him in a heartbeat. In contrast to some of the other GOP Establishment hacks I'd never vote for if they were running against Satan. Bush and Christie come immediately to mind.
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Marriage and the Constitution in Alabama

BrianR.3 Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 1:38 AM
Agreed. Further, it's a long-established state issue to determine as long as it's applied equally to all, which is why the attempt to analogize it to miscegenation laws is an epic fail. What's next? A "right" for Mom to marry her son? After all, why not if they're a "loving couple"? Or how about Mom marrying her daughter? What about age of consent, which many states define differently? Are we supposed to let the Feds just make a one-size-fits-all determination? In which case.... what? It's okay for 12-year-olds to "marry"? Chapman's got his head up his @$$, as usual.
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Slow Your Roll on Scott Walker

BrianR.3 Wrote: Feb 07, 2015 1:31 AM
Not necessarily at all. If he's pro-amnesty, there's no way in hell I'll ever vote for him. What's his position on guns? What about Israel? What about terrorism? What about Obamacare? What about taxes? Hell, all you're saying is that you'll vote for anyone who calls himself a Republican without knowing much about him at all. By your slim criteria, Fatso Christie's a great candidate.
Well said, Kurt. I'm a Viet vet, and I well remember what a mess the Army was back in the bad old days. The political "accommodation" of the JCS and Westmoreland to support LBJ's fantasy of the "light at the end of the tunnel" created a stench of corruption that filtered all the way down the ranks to the lowest company-grade officers, with their constant badgering for inflated body count numbers and other misfeasance. The cynicism and disaffection was terrible. This has to be stopped. Where is the honor anymore?
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On Immigration, it's GOP v. GOP

BrianR.3 Wrote: Jan 25, 2015 1:12 PM
Agreed.
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On Immigration, it's GOP v. GOP

BrianR.3 Wrote: Jan 25, 2015 10:52 AM
This column is completely off-target. The real "debate" isn't about immigration -- particularly legal immigration. It's about amnesty for the illegal aliens that are already here. Jeb Bush and Rubio want to grant them de facto amnesty, plain and simple. So does the Chamber of Commerce, and other "big business" entities looking to flood the marketplace with cheap labor.
Yeah, this is the same cr@p we vets faced when we got back from Vietnam. We were personally demonized for our participation in a war we were sent to fight.
WHAT "conservative beliefs"? Common Core? Amnesty for illegal aliens? Well, excuse me while I barf. Towery once again reaffirms his credentials as a standard-issue Establishment GOP hack.
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