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It's not the lie of the year - it's the biggest lie in presidential history. Bigger than "I'm not a crook" or any other. No other lie comes close because the President knew full well it was a lie, he repeated it numerous times, and no other lie has caused this much damage to so many.
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Health Care for the Pushy

Frank172 Wrote: Nov 06, 2013 10:10 PM
I'm having trouble figuring something out - how should I spend the $2,500 Obamacare is going to save my family this year?
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How to buy a semi-automatic handgun

Frank172 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 6:51 PM
Isn't the 10/22 a rifle?
I agree, but it shouldn't happen at the hands of Republican reps. Regardless of what all the Ron Paul Third Party ninnies continually spout - There IS a difference between Democrats and Republicans. We must clarify and espouse the difference, not eliminate it.
I hope no one in Congress takes Doug's advice because it's absolutely asinine. Republicans are elected to stop this garbage, not accelerate it. I understand Doug's point, we have a real hard time convincing a majority that there's no such thing as a free lunch. But guess what, it's not Congress's job to convince the American people of the dangers of statism, it's Doug's! And ours! Don't you dare lie down now - yes, the going just got a hell of a lot tougher, but believe me - people will eventually figure out that gov is not the answer.
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We Already Have a Viable Third Party

Frank172 Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 12:25 AM
Now, that does not mean that we can't "send a message" or let "them" know that we find the situation unacceptable. On the contrary, that is precisely what has been missing from the conservative side of the equation from the 60's up until the Tea Party. We need to stay involved and hold feet to the fire constantly - conservatives are decades behind on this. Just please, for the love of all that is good - don't let anyone fool you into throwing your vote away.
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We Already Have a Viable Third Party

Frank172 Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 12:20 AM
Think carefully before you vote. There are two outcomes to this election - and only two. In our political system, the presidential election is a binary dilemma - meaning we must choose between two options. Many times the choice is one of the "lesser of two evils" sort, but that doesn't change the fact that at this point, only Obama or Romney can win. If you don't vote for Romney, that simply means that you did not do all that you could have when the choice could not have been clearer and the consequences could not have been more dire.
And if you're not in a swing state, make sure everyone you know actually gets to the polls - we have a Senate to win.
Last election there was a vastly different dynamic at play. 1. It was a choice between a moderate and a moderate pretender. 2. Some of our guys (conservatives) wanted to send a message and staid home. 3. A certain percentage of the "Low Information Voters" were thinking "why not give the black guy a chance?" And there's one key similarity - a crumby economy that is helping the challenger (it goes without saying that the Democrat Media Complex were successful at painting McCain with the incumbent brush). There are plenty of people that want Obama gone - easily enough for us to win. The only way we can lose now is if we get complacent. If you live in a swing state, PLEASE make sure everyone you know actually gets to the polls.
Look, every top 10 list is going to be somewhat arbitrary - but there's no room in the top 8 for hanging Shakil Afridi out to dry in a Pakistani prison for 33 years? You want credit for a "Gutsy Call" but you won't go to the mat for the doctor that helped us nail OBL?? As an aside, have you seen the gutsy call photo from the situation room? No hints now, but can you point to the smallest, least presidental person in that pic?
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