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In this administration, lying is an expertly crafted political strategy to be worn as a badge of honor. According to the Obama Doctrine, "if you can't lie for our greater cause, we don't need you."
Logorrheic? Although I am merely a graduate of the Sam Houston Institute of Technology, using that word puts Mr. Greenberg somewhere between Uranus and Neptune. I would like to see if Mr. Greenberg would be up to the challenge: A Greenberg/Coulter Talk Off. Put ten contemporary topics in a hat. Each gets 15 minutes to inform a panel of five randomly-picked citizens. The panel votes on how well they feel they were informed. If any member of the panel nods off during the talk, the opponent shall win by default.
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Obama Finally in Real Trouble

ClayK Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 1:31 PM
So why is this still posted? Perhaps we should rehash the Lincoln/Douglas debates.....
How does an inquiry about the death of four Americans shift into accusations of racism against poor Ambassador Rice? Deflecting or refocusing the investigation will not get us answers. Neither will the excuse "but I was just following instructions and you shouldn't get angry with me for reading a lousy script."
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Hotels and Hassles

ClayK Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 10:19 PM
I rarely have problems at Motel 6 although some are now charging above $50. Like luxury watches, luxury hotels rarely justify the exorbitant cost.......even when they sometimes make you feel like a big shot.
I think you have summed it up pretty well, especially the emphasis on the ground game. Adding to what you said about a certain segment that "will never accept a conservative message," there is probably even a larger segment that will never accept a liberal message. I even believe that if we were to poll every congressional district in the nation, there would be quite a few more conservative districts than liberal. Of course that doesn't matter in the bigger scheme of things, but the House is still a strong counterbalance and will continue to give the administration fits.
I suppose you expect the Attorney General to rise up and investigate massive voter fraud. This story has no place except within the confines of the Sour Grape Society. While you're checking into it, check into massive fraud in some of the polls. Of course we shoud investigate the 100% voter turnouts. That's why there are attorneys. Get the voter registration rosters and see if the signature next to it is legitimate.
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Mittmentum Builds

ClayK Wrote: Nov 05, 2012 12:25 AM
The plethora of polling organizations should evaporate following tuesday's election. Results from allegedly credible organizations have been splattered all over the map leaving the typical American voter scratching his head. Those organizations that are way off the mark should just go away. We really don't need a hundred groups with lousy results. Let's see which ones have the right results and support them with credibility.
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Why Rice Resigning, Misses The Point

ClayK Wrote: Nov 03, 2012 7:40 PM
Why was Rice even involved in the Benghazi fiasco? Did she bring up the attack with the General Assembly or Security Council? No. The Benghazi Consulate is directly under the Secretary of State but Hillary, like the rest of the Administration, was AWOL on 9/11. And where did the phony video story emanate? Anyone could have seen it on YOUTUBE, but it was clearly a dud with the viewing public. In addition, it was so poorly done that it is virtually impossible to believe that a thinking person could have taken in seriously. It was simply a very feeble scapegoat.
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