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Go for it, Dr. Carson! It would sure be nice to see a black candidate who is an independent thinker - and brilliant - as opposed to our black President who has always been a stooge for his racist-leftist-Alinskyite mentors - and seems something less than brilliant (to put it politely).
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The Dense-o-Crats Learned Nothing

Chries Wrote: Nov 09, 2014 6:37 PM
"Denseocrats"??? Hunter had better watch it; most Democrats are offended when you refer to their party as the "Democrat Party."
George Jefferson? Wasn't he the guy whose wife used to work for Archie and Edith Bunker?
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Empty Full Pews

Chries Wrote: Nov 09, 2014 12:12 AM
"There are WAY too many hypocrites in church!" Can you think of a better place for hypocrites to be - in a place where one would hope the Holy Spirit has the optimum opportunity to speak to them and help them?
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2016 Contender Watch: Rob Portman

Chries Wrote: Nov 08, 2014 11:05 PM
It really is possible to be a political conservative and be pro-gay. It really isn't possible to be a moral conservative and be pro-gay. Since politics in the 21st century appears to have nothing to do with morality, both statements can be factual. "Strange days, indeed..."
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Big GOP Win a Rebuke of The President

Chries Wrote: Nov 08, 2014 10:59 PM
Obama is a victim. We should feel sorry for him. He is not a victim of racism; he is not a victim of Republicans. Barack Obama is a victim of an ideology whose policies inevitably led to the downfall of this President and of his Party. The left took over the Democratic Party, installed a black man as their leader, then made sure that the first black President of this country would never be able to fully assume the power of the Oval Office because of the failed policies he learned from his leftist mentors. Why do blacks in this country continue to associate themselves with this racist-Democratic-Party? I pity Obama - we all should pity him (hey, he's now a lame duck - no sense complaining about a guy who will never again be on the ballot),
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The Left's Tactics -- a Personal Example

Chries Wrote: Nov 08, 2014 10:47 PM
Prager's column very carefully and accurately uses a specific instance that clearly exposes the left and its tactics. The left and the Democratic Party have become irreparably corrupt and dangerous. They are willing to do anything, to say anything, if they think it will further their agenda or marginalize their opponents. Anyone who is a self-avowed leftist or Democrat should not be surprised when they, at worst, are viewed as morally corrupt or, at best, when their views are not given any respect or credence. "You are known by the company you keep."
LustForLife Wrote: "Senator Rand Paul was on Hannity's radio show, and even he said it would take sixty votes to pass an Obamacare repeal bill. I seem to remember that this monstrosity was passed by the Democrats using reconciliation and a simple majority." When the vile Harry Reid passed ObamaCare using reconciliation, it still would not have passed without Obama's signature. No legislation is going to be passed without Obama's signature. That's why, right now, the best that can be done is to pass GOOD legislation and have Obama's veto be a clear illustration why it's important to elect a Republican President in 2016.
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The Left's Tactics -- a Personal Example

Chries Wrote: Nov 08, 2014 12:48 AM
What's wrong with the term "Democrat Party?" It's simply another way to say, "The Party of Democrats."
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Notes on Another Swing of the Pendulum

Chries Wrote: Nov 06, 2014 2:55 PM
"'This is the greatest nation in the history of mankind,' declared the winner of a Senate seat in Iowa. Take that, Rome!" Actually, Rome was an empire, the United States is the antithesis of empire. Ours truly is the greatest nation in the history of mankind. If you can name a greater nation in history, I can authoritatively and with specificity point out why you're wrong.
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The Left's Tactics -- a Personal Example

Chries Wrote: Nov 06, 2014 2:43 PM
"... he insisted that the election results... vindicated HIM... " Actually, that is a true statement. The election results vindicated Prager and his views while, at the same time, repudiating Obama and his views. I would think after the election results on Tuesday that you, and all other rational people on your side, would step back and consider that you might actually be wrong --- and that Prager is probably right.
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