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How can anyone with any aspiration at all to one day stand for the presidency of the United States, not fight tooth and nail against the cuts in the pensions of military retirees, included wounded military personnel? No amnesty. No deficits. And, definitely, no flipping Obamacare, hoorah! ex animo davidfarrar
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Let’s Go Nuclear!

davidfarrar Wrote: Nov 24, 2013 8:54 PM
The GOP should forget about any and all political considerations and do what is right as far as insuring safe, reliable and affordable heath care for all in this country. This can best be achieved by keeping the central idea of structural competition between the market place and a government delivery system intact. ex animo davidfarrar
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End Obamacare, Don’t Mend It

davidfarrar Wrote: Nov 24, 2013 8:38 PM
The GOP should forget about any and all political considerations and do what is right as far as insuring safe, reliable and affordable heath care for all in this country. This can best be achieved by keeping the central idea of structural competition between the market place and a government delivery system intact. ex animo davidfarrar
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Democracy and the Filibuster

davidfarrar Wrote: Nov 24, 2013 8:25 PM
As a fiscal conservative, Republican Tea Party supporter, I would support an Art 5 "legislatures of two thirds of the several states"...amendment requiring the Senate to be governed by the 60 vote filibuster rule, as the only responsible political body left to do its duty to protect the Republic from destroying itself. I will be seeking support from the members of the Georgia legislature to support this amendment and pray God others will do their duty as well...before it is too late. ex animo davidfarrar
As a fiscal conservative, Republican Tea Party supporter, I would support an Art 5 "legislatures of two thirds of the several states"...amendment requiring the Senate to be governed by the 60 vote filibuster rule, as the only responsible political body left to do its duty to protect the Republic from destroying itself. I will be seeking support from the members of the Georgia legislature to support this amendment and pray God others will do the same to their...before it is too late. ex animo davidfarrar
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A Deal With Iran -- or War With Iran?

davidfarrar Wrote: Nov 12, 2013 9:01 AM
So who nuked the deal: France or Iran? ex animo davidfarrar
Website design flaws are the least of Obama's problems. Here is what really panicking Congressional Democrats: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBqQxvm-Szo It's a video of Dr. Howard Dean, a man with over 20 years experience in the health care industry, telling MSNBC Obama stooges they have much bigger problem than they even know with the tax credit/subsidy issue involved with Obamacare. ex animo davidfarrar
And why not? He has already named a super expert who has promise to fix everything wrong with Obamacare in six-weeks, and at the end of those six weeks Baghdad Bod will, again everything is fixed. When it becomes apparent in another six weeks that everything isn't fixed, Baghdad Bob will simply blame the expert and hire another one. No need to stop the penalty phases...well, somebody has to pay for all them experts. ex animo davidfarrar
Here's a new twist since Republican Tea Party supporters, and other shutdown supporters, have been voicing their opinion that the Republican majority in the US House is doing exactly what the founders and framers of the US Const. expected them to do when they give them the control of the nation's purse strings. Since they, and they alone, have to be reelected every two years, it was the US House of Representatives who would be the closest to the voice of the People, and the proper place wherein the power to raise revenue should rightfully reside. Without question, the deepest concern of the founders and framers of the US Const. in creating the office of the president was in limiting its power within the structure of a Republic. It was in this power of the purse the founders and framers of the US Const. put their trust to insure an imperial president, more bent on ruling than governing, would be checked, when needed. This is actually the present fight now taking place in the guise of the government shutdown Obama is waging against the authority of the US House of Representatives and the US Const. ex animo davidfarrar
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Calling All Decision Makers

davidfarrar Wrote: Oct 05, 2013 12:27 PM
Again, the same old, liberal, Democratic lie," ...there will be no default, even if the debt ceiling isn't raised. All the US House has to do is pass a bill authorizing its monthly payment, which is a small fraction of the governments income on a monthly basis, and the debt service will be paid, if the Senate passes the bill as well. End of story, and yet here is this same old lie. It's getting pretty pathetic. And another thing: Why should furloughed federal workers get paid if they are not working? If they are not getting paid, they can sign up for unemployment just like the rest of the private sector employees who were suddenly, and unexpectedly, furloughed or laid off. Federal employees aren't sacrosanct. Forfeiting their pay because they are not actually working is not asking them to do something the private sector employee isn't doing. It's important to bring home, to the otherwise extremely protected government employees, just what their counterparts in the private sector are going through the next time one of them wants to buy a $5,000 toilet. ex animo davidfarrar
Legalizing the illegals will only incentivize even more illegal immigration. This is the cold, hard truth we should have all learned from 1987. ex animo davidfarrar
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