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The GOP's Orrin Hatch Problem

David10 Wrote: Feb 24, 2015 8:04 PM
But they aren't deflated. Hatch simply (like many Republicans in Washington) never had them.
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McConnell's Gambit Solves Nothing

David10 Wrote: Feb 24, 2015 7:14 PM
How can anyone be surprised. FACE IT, McConnell and Boehner are political lightweights.
Another who can be considered for the moniker of best President of the 20th century would be Ike.
Apparently the Prince understands economics much better than Mr Wolf.
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Restate of the Union

David10 Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 11:05 PM
Nice fantasy John. But Obama believes in government controlling our entire lives while making himself and his friends rich.
Next thing you will be telling me is that law enforcement officials are going conduct profiling in this case and start looking for "white, balding" men. And this type of stereotyping cannot be allowed to happen. AG Holder should immediately get on the horn and make sure every balding person, black or white, male or female gets checked out. After all we can't discriminate, can we? We are better than that.
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Early Presidential Prospects

David10 Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 10:47 PM
Senator Warren is not running, for the time being. She is waiting on Hillary. Warren is dying to run. However she cannot be seen upstaging "America's smartest woman". If Hillary finds the headwinds going against her, she will back out due to "health issues". Hillary will then be portrayed as the woman , "who could have been the first female president but her health cheated her of her destiny." She will then be touted by Warren and the other Dems "as the pioneering woman who led the charge for women to take their rightful place." The mainstream media will eat this up and churn out this nonsense. This will allow Warren to run and make happy those whose sole criteria is to elect the "first " of something, be it the first black president, the first woman president, etc. Of course this should not work except for 2 things, 1) Politicians, primarily the Democrats have been buying votes for the last 80 years 2) Never underestimate the ability of the Republicans to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Heck they might want to nominate Green Bay's coach Mike McCarthy who has proven to have that talent.
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Obama's State of Disunion

David10 Wrote: Jan 21, 2015 10:29 PM
He is neither cynical or blind. He tends to socialist / fascist beliefs and as is true of most on the hard left, he will lie to achieve his objective. Being a hypocrite and having a double standard comes automatically to people of this persuasion. Just observe FDR, the Kennedy's, the Clinton's, Warren Buffet, etc. Note that while he rails against the "growing income gap" he himself is a multi-millionaire who has no intention of redistributing his wealth. His objective at this point is to make it through the next 2 years as best he can and then to see if he can make $100 million quicker then Bill Clinton did along with starting his own tax dodging foundation to avoid paying taxes.
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'Diversity' in Action

David10 Wrote: Jan 20, 2015 9:31 PM
Dead on- as usual. Far and away the best candidate for the Oval office. Unfortunately he is not running.
Just another example of why the Catholic Church is in such trouble. To many of them are politicians parading as holy men.
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