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RNC Initiates #FireReid Campaign

George3324 Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 1:36 PM
But can we get th RNC to launch a "Fire John Boehner" campaign? Because until we get rid of him, nothing much is going to change. And by the way, Congress holds the purse strings, but they have been holding them rather loosely, haven't they?
Well, Nancy Pelosi said that you have to pass teh legislation to see what is in it. It passed, and now we see.
I think we need to nominate a Republican with brain surgery experience. Dr. Ben Carson would do just fine.
This Texas conservative thinks Perry is a bad idea. I think we need Dr. Ben Carson. For one thing, I think it is time for us to have a Black president. And yes, I think he would do a great job as president. After all, it's not brain surgery.
All politics are local, and the Democrats have a "local problem."
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Thank These Republicans for Obamacare

George3324 Wrote: Jul 19, 2014 10:33 PM
It didn't make a bit of difference who the Vice Presidential candidate was; there was no way that John McCain was going to win the presidency. People figured, why vote for a Democrat masquerading as a Republican when you can vote for the real thing. Sorry for the double post. I meant this for Steve, who obviously lives in California.
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Thank These Republicans for Obamacare

George3324 Wrote: Jul 19, 2014 10:31 PM
It didn't make a bit of difference who the Vice Presidential candidate was; there was no way that John McCain was going to win the presidency. People figured, why vote for a Democrat masquerading as a Republican when you can vote for the real thing.
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Thank These Republicans for Obamacare

George3324 Wrote: Jul 19, 2014 10:28 PM
Regarding "running candidates who could not possibly win," was Romney a TEA Party man? I must be missing something here. But if you have to run RINOs to win, what's the point?
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Nanny State Targets Grocery Stores

George3324 Wrote: Jul 19, 2014 10:20 PM
Michelle Obama has recommended talking shopping carts to congratulate us when we make healthy choices. I think we need talking voting booths.
Oh, the limitations of Marxism. This has to be humbling. Well, it should be humbling.
My father lived during the prohibition era, and during that time he never saw public drunkeness. And if you don't think alcohol cunsumption was less during the prohibition era, then I am real impressed that someone of your mentality can use a keyboard.
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