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McLame is satisfied with the information he received? You must understand that he and Lindsey Grahamnesty met with Soetoro yesterday, agreeing to support his immigration reform plan. It's reported they came out of the meeting at the White House with chapstick stains on their chins, and their kneepads were worn out.
Continued... When a party begs you not to leave, pleading "We are not as bad as Obama, you don't want that, do you? We'll reform, we'll get it right this time, honest! We have a plan, see?" it is grasping at straws - it is admitting that it has nothing for you in a positive sense, nothing for you except the more fearful alternative - if it weren't for us, you'd be living in a fascist dictatorship....oh, wait a minute....never mind!
As a matter of fact, I did just that Monday - changed my 37 year long Republican Party voter registration to the Constitution Party. I looked at it this way: A major premise of conservativism is that government exists to serve the citizen, not that the citizen exists to serve the government. Similarly, a political party exists to serve the individual, to represent your views in a coordinated, organized fashion; the citizen does not exist to serve the party. Therefore, when a political party tells you to sit down, shutup, and just vote for whom we tell you, it has become your master, not your servant. It is time then for you to fire your servant for his effrontery, and create a new party.
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Democrats’ 1121% Tax Increase

Countryman Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 8:10 PM
The bill is S. 194, not S. 174, which is an ammunition background check. At any rate, the bill was introduced last year, in the 112th session, and never made it out of committee. The present bill is the same, stuck in committee. I wouldn't get too excited about it passing, too many legislators from tobacco producing states see this as a death knell for their constituents (literally). Small farmers who derive most of their income from plots of tobacco are very politically active in those states.
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