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Glad to hear it. Gruber belongs in jail. He's probably not going to jail, so he's going to have to wait until he meets his maker to get his just deserts. In the meantime, however, let's make him sweat.
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Dear Mitt and Jeb: No, Thanks

Cartwright Wrote: Oct 24, 2014 8:53 PM
Dear Mitt: Please ignore this idiot and run again. America needs you more than ever.
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The Ineffective Death Tax

Cartwright Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 6:54 AM
The so-called "death tax" is not a death tax at all, but an inheritance tax. The statists would have us believe the decedent pays the tax as a penalty for dying. But dead people don't pay taxes. It is the heir(s) to the estate who pay the tax. So it is an inheritance tax indeed. I suppose we should all take some comfort in the knowledge that the government can't really tax us after we die. But unfortunately, they can tax our heirs. This crooked scheme is right out of the Karl Marx socialist playbook as a way of transferring wealth from the hands of private citizens into the coffers of the state.
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The Jihadists' Eternal Plan

Cartwright Wrote: Sep 10, 2014 10:44 AM
Excellent and relevant article. The Islamists have never left us alone because they liked us, but only because they feared us. Because of that ridiculous buffoon we currently have installed in the White House, what do the jihadists have to fear of America these days? Not much.
I don't know why this doddering fool chooses to continually remind everyone why he never had a chance at the White House.
This has long been a defining contrast between the two parties. Both parties produce bad apples. Republicans tend to throw theirs out. Democrats promote theirs, and then pretend that in doing so, there was no bad to begin with. Over the years, Republicans have undoubtedly had more politicians resign in "disgrace" than Democrats. But Democrat disgrace abounds. The difference is that there is rarely a resignation following their disgrace. If anything, they celebrate when one of their own emerges virtually unscathed from a scandal that would bury a Republican. And of course they can always count on their loyal media to forget about investigative journalism and to look the other way when the accused has a D attached to his or her name. Could a Republican survive driving off a bridge while drunk and waiting nine hours to call for help while his passenger died? Or sexual assault in the Oval Office and perjury? Or the many recent unconstitutional power grabs that are now becoming almost routine? Not a chance. Many things uttered by Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and Harry Reid over the last few years would have easily ended the career of a Republican. They would have been major Republican scandals, with round-the-clock "bombshell" coverage (a la Todd Akin). Instead, each is a harmless 'mispeaking', forgotten a moment after it is spoken. But this is what you get with Democrats. It's the party first, the unions second, and the citizenry be damned.
So if you're a liberal, even racism is okay. The establishment Left and their media allies may not like it, but you can rest assured they will quietly sweep it under the rug, where it will soon become old forgotten news.
You got two things wrong, Ransom. First, as a conservative, I did not vote for McCain because of Sarah Palin. I voted for him because I would have voted against that unqualified and shady-looking Democrat (whom, to this day, still hasn't proven his eligibility to hold the office), regardless of who was running on the GOP ticket. And secondly, Sarah Palin would make a better president than Mitt Romney? Nope. Stupidest thing I've read in some time.
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Why America Is in Jeopardy

Cartwright Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 7:28 AM
Good article. It illustrates the fundamental problem with socialism and why it always fails. Socialism either denies the existence of human nature, or pretends that it can be overcome by government compulsion. Both beliefs are utterly preposterous, hence socialism's dismal track record.
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Obstructionism Is Patriotic

Cartwright Wrote: Jun 27, 2014 9:06 AM
This should mean that every decision made by the NLRB since 2012 is null and void. And if the suspicions many of us have about Barack Obama's ineligibility to hold the office are ever confirmed, every law and executive order signed by BHO since 2009 should likewise be declared null and void.
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