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GOP Cowards

By George2 Wrote: Nov 23, 2014 10:49 AM
Our treacherous alleged president Obama, is parcing his words when he leads us to believe his amnesty for illegals was an Executive Action, not an Executive Order. Both are quasi legal but words mean things and he’s good at twisting words to fit his intent. Once, an Executive Action usually meant a state authorized killing; maybe it still does. Obama does it today, openly, with his drone strikes, even against American terrorists, but without due process. The Islamists call ordered killings a “fatwa” justified on their religious grounds. While Obama did not use a drone strike against our Constitution and the rule of law, he most certainly issued a “fatwa” none the less. How does one openly fight a traitor if the fighters chosen for you are weaklings? The GOP now faces its own crisis. It won both houses of Congress and now doesn’t appear to know what it will do. Will it or will it not, figure out a way to salvage America from Obama’s wrecking ball? Probably not! I see little hope of that eventuality. The GOP crisis lies in its lack of conservative leadership at the national level, staffed as it is with career politicians advanced by seniority, who have long thought their only purpose was to collaborate with the left. They are now faced with making decisions that will require some deep thought and profound knowledge of our other important documents like the Constitution and the Federalist Papers, just to name a few. The decisions they make now must be acceptable to the might of the growing conservative base. Boehner and McConnell must accept the fact that it was tea party grass root conservatives who retained them in their offices, not silly, failed moderate GOP policies. Those policies have become loathsome to the base and will not stand the test of a failure of political conservative leadership. It was an anti-Obama vote pure and simple that put McConnell in the Senate drivers seat. He should recognize that and act accordingly and quit bashing the conservative base.
We have to create one first. It would be easier for the TEA Parties to subvert and take over the Republican Party in their own counties and states
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Undocumented

By George2 Wrote: Nov 22, 2014 11:01 AM
They (the GOP) are now faced with making decisions that will require some deep thought and profound knowledge of our other important documents like the Constitution and the Federalist Papers, just to name a few. The decisions they make now must be acceptable to the growing might of the conservative base. Boehner and McConnell must accept the fact that it was tea party grass root conservatives who retained them in their offices, not silly, failed moderate GOP policies. Those policies have become loathsome to the base and will not stand the test of a failure of political conservative leadership. It was an anti-Obama vote pure and simple that put McConnell in the Senate drivers seat. He should recognize that and act accordingly and quit bashing the conservative base. Neither will blathering speeches about bipartisanship be acceptable to the Americans who are paying for this stuff. The democrats lost. We won and that’s that! It’s time to initiate our own programs according to law. If McConnell and Boehner want to avoid fracturing the GOP then they must direct their collaborative efforts to working with the Tea Party politicians we sent there as part of our anti-Obama effort, not shuffle them aside. They can’t be that stupid! Or, can they? Liberal policies, based on good intentions have always been destructive of their intended purpose but, they never go away and no one is ever punished. Why? This emigration scheme will destroy America as surly as elm blight comes in January.
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Undocumented

By George2 Wrote: Nov 22, 2014 11:00 AM
Emigration Treachery Our treacherous alleged president Obama, is parcing his words when he leads us to believe his amnesty for illegals was an Executive Action, not an Executive Order. Both are quasi legal but words mean things and he’s good at twisting words to fit his intent. Once, an Executive Action usually meant a state authorized killing; maybe it still does. Obama does it today, openly, with his drone strikes, even against American terrorists, but without due process. The Islamists call ordered killings a “fatwa” justified on their religious grounds. While Obama did not use a drone strike against our Constitution and the rule of law, he most certainly issued a “fatwa” none the less. How does one openly fight a traitor if the fighters chosen for you are weaklings? Does Obama now see himself in the role of Generalissimo, a la Francisco Franco? Can we expect to see him soon in riding boots, strutting around the White House portico acknowledging the cheers of the adoring masses? I don’t think so. What is demonstrable is that our alleged president is a pathological liar; a gigantic ego driven narcissist who absolutely hates America and wants to turn it into a third world cesspool of socialist misery for all. A wrecked nation. Unfettered “Prosecutorial Discretion”. What the heck is that? it’s Obama’s excuse for claiming legal authority he doesn’t have to do what he wants to do, a fatwa! There is no statute that grants any authority to the president to ignore his oath, twice taken, to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. Our immigration laws are not broken, they’re just not enforced. They are ignored by the democrat party for the sole purpose of, hopefully, adding a vast pool of future slaves to democrat rolls. For so long, the elite republicans have gone along with this pattern until it has become a habit. It is time to stop pretending that the law doesn’t matter. The GOP now faces its own crisis. It won both houses of Congress and now doesn’t appear to know what it will do. Will it or will it not, figure out a way to salvage America from Obama’s wrecking ball? Probably not! I see little hope of that eventuality. The GOP crisis lies in its lack of conservative leadership at the national level, staffed as it is with career politicians advanced by seniority, who have long thought their only purpose was to collaborate with the left. Continued...
It is apparent that the poisionous rot of liberalism is not only firmy housed in the Democrat Party but in many local city, county and state governments as well. As all politics are local, then tea party and conservative GOP organizations in all county's must start and maintain the vetting process to weed out the liberal do-gooders whose policy's of good intentions leave nothing but social destruction in its wake.
Basically, a good article however, this : "House Speaker John Boehner built the largest Republican majority in that body since the days of Harry Truman. Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thwarted all challenges by conservative militants and then drove the Republicans to a majority in the US Senate", is an error in thinking. John Boehner was already in his seat, probably crying, when the grassroots Tea party GOP'ers, in states throughout America,smashed the Democrat hegemony. Where do we see his hand in the electorial victory? Mitchell just won his state so he's not responsible for what happened nationwide either. Like Harry Reid before him, he is simply the winner by the Senates rules of seniority. Both will soon be replaced because we have already seen them capitulate to the left. They are not conservative leaders.
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Obama Takes Tough Line on Putin

By George2 Wrote: Nov 17, 2014 11:01 PM
Was this article supposed to be some kind of a joke? "Obama takes a tough line on Putin?" The world has seen Obama's cut and nobody, NOBODY, takes him seriously. He's a pathological liar, has no commitment to a strong America, indeed is attempting to turn America into a mish mash of grifters and takers, all feeding off what few taxpayers there are still remaining in this country. Save your jokes for the funny papers.
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Are New Ferguson Riots Inevitable?

By George2 Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 1:03 PM
The job of the police in America, any police, is to provide a level of protection to the community over which they are sworn to serve. The law is the law. Criminal law comes to us after centuries of public use, are well tested and basically fit the needs of a lawful society. The police do not need to ask anyone permission to enforce the law. The police do not need sympathy, they need people to obey the law(s). That shouldn't be too hard in a moral society. We've been doing it for years. The fact that organized criminal gangs want to negotiate with the police in Ferguson, Mo. dictating to them what their response should be, is an intolerable affront to all citizens and should be met with a total smack down. The criminal element have shown their colors. Their intent is clear and they should expect a like response from law enforcement. The police must follow the law regardless of who gets in the way or who gets injured. The media is feeding a lynching response to the criminal elements when the Grand Jury, reviewing claimed criminal charges against that officer, who was clearly defending himself from a tubby criminal, finds a "No Bill" against the officer. Let 'em riot. That's why police have guns. Indeed, the Governor should declare any rioting that follows the officers acquital to be a criminal action to be squashed in its entirity.
I'm shocked, shocked that Chris Christi is somehow thrown out as responsible for the GOP Gubernatorial victories. When Christihad his slobbering hand-holding love fest with the alleged president after "Sandy" folks in my area stuck a fork in him. He's done! I love your survey results as they didn't speak to this past election or try to pick and choose winners for the conservative base. It looked ahead to potential prospective presidential material and foscus on winners. I've been for Scott Walker since the unions tried to destry him a couple years ago. He's a repeat winner!
Liberals are always wrong and as often evil. Consider Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi. Wickedness personified.
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