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TX, that argument is wearing thin. Look at "our" guys in 2008 and 2012--McCain and Romney--both siding today with the Democrats on key issues. To say nothing of the Bushes and Bob Dole. I'm convinced that acceptance of "the lesser of two evils" has been possibly the greatest contributing factor to the present state of our union.
Another victory for Boehner and amnesty.
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A Sterling Example

danr27 Wrote: May 02, 2014 7:05 AM
Here's one set of numbers I heard a couple of days ago, on the Paul W. Smith Show on WJR-Detroit: 9 NBA players "fathered" 72 children with 55 women.
What was Sterling's "crime?" To have his private thoughts revealed via the illegal taping of his conversation with his "girlfriend from hell." The great bulk of people do not look forward to a day when their daughter announces "guess who's coming to dinner?" And I daresay that includes members of every race. The Sterling incident demonstrates clearly that we now live in an era of "hate thought," not terribly different than what was depicted in "1984" or, for that matter, the former Soviet Union. You must not give public vent to such thoughts or you will be destroyed. Lovely, huh?
Imagine all the people, living life in peace!
I began voting Republican in the 1970s. If only I had a crystal ball back then, as caving in on the social issues was not what I had in mind. Ronald Reagan is probably rolling over in his grave.
Good article, but do we really need to play the "who's the bigot" game? Councilman Dromm is a totalitarian before he's a bigot.
What is this great civil right? To be able to violate the laws of a nation? This article is utter nonsense.
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The Great Divide in America

danr27 Wrote: Apr 13, 2014 7:01 AM
Imagine if Bialosky had said he was from the midwest, or worse yet, the south?
A third Bush and I'm out, "wasting" my vote for a third party.
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Jeb v. Hillary?

danr27 Wrote: Apr 07, 2014 7:09 AM
I'd say that's the least of our problems with Jeb Bush. Start with amnesty, then Common Core, and anything's possible after that. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me three times? A joke-nation.
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