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How about both ... quickly overhaul the tax code to eliminate the business tax.
Baloney. Davis calls for a special prosecutor reporting to Holder, rather than one independent of DoJ. As some evidence implicates the DoJ, it can't be expected to impartially investigate itself. Only the results of an investigation by a prosecutor independent of the administration is worthy of trust.
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Cartels Fire on Border Patrol in Texas

elko-mike Wrote: Jul 21, 2014 11:29 AM
Retreat! Retreat! You are too close to the border. Obama's Immigration Policy, giving up our sovereignty one illegal immigrant at a time.
Good news! Obama goes to fundraisers and no planes are shot down and Gaza isn't invaded.
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Has the Right Lost Its Will to Fight?

elko-mike Wrote: Jul 18, 2014 9:54 PM
Those Republican wusses afraid to confront Obama, argue that the president's failure to confront Putin emboldens him. Well if it is true for Obama and Putin, it is true for Republicans in Congress and Obama.
Nah, that's not pugnacious populism. Warren embraces smarta$$ socialism.
2nd that. Add women. Mia Love, for example.
Insulting and racist is the assumption that races other than white are on the liberal plantation. Go get 'em girl.
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Lawsuits and Impeachment

elko-mike Wrote: Jul 15, 2014 8:41 AM
By the way for all who think that voting Republican is the way to save the republic, they should be reminded of the role Olympia Snowe, Republican Senator from Maine, played in the Obamacare debacle. She was the only Republican in Baucus's Finance Committee of six to vote Obamacare. That vote, by a Republican, allowed the bill to leave committee and be forced down the throats of America. Unless we elect people who love liberty, whether they are Democrat or Republican, it is not clear to me what we gain.
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Lawsuits and Impeachment

elko-mike Wrote: Jul 15, 2014 8:29 AM
There we go, the strawman argument. To be clear, big government is the root of many of the problems we face. Politicians, whether R or D, who grow government are thus part of the problem. For what do we gain if we vote for an R, who grows government only a little more slowly than the Democrats would? We've gained a lot if we vote for a Democrat who would actually shrink government. It that's purity then I'm proud to be called pure.
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Lawsuits and Impeachment

elko-mike Wrote: Jul 15, 2014 1:29 AM
What did conservatives have to vote for? Democrat heavy or light. That wasn't the fault of conservatives; it was the fault of Republican leadership who gave them no reason to go vote. The ball hasn't moved since. If conservatives elect Republicans will they get a limited government? Or will they get a bigger government and more entitlements?
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