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Since Hollywood's role is that of a propagandist for the Progressive agenda, it's not really a matter of them "getting" it. The fact that the Hollywood movie industry regularly ignores the evidence that less offensive family-friendly movies are more profitable is yet another clue as to their overriding purpose. They are the Joseph Goebbels to Gosnell's Mengele.
The morality of abortion aside, when one visits a state certified/endorsed/approved medical establishment that, theoretically, is inspected on a yearly basis, one assumes that the Federal and state health regulations are being adhered to. None of the above diminishes the women's role in the evil of abortion, but the manner in which Gosnell conducted his business illustrates a willful neglect of basic medical practices, in addition to the soulless participation in the murder of children.
Why? Did he write something about Benghazi or LG's appearance on Fox News? Kindly stay on topic
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A Man of Sterling Character

GGatty Wrote: Apr 30, 2014 9:30 PM
As was mentioned above, the NBA is a private organization. Whatever rules and regulations come with getting to own an NBA team is up to them. Since no one held a gun to his head to buy into the franchise, he can't take them to court if he's violated the terms of franchise ownership.
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A Love/Hate Relationship With CPAC

GGatty Wrote: Mar 10, 2014 1:43 PM
With all due respect, the idea that better marketing will fix things is part of the problem. At its essence, marketing is the mechanism one uses when trying to sell a product/idea that people don't want or don't need. We live in a time that is flooded 24/7 with marketing for every conceivable thing. As long as politicians who are truly constitutional conservatives attempt to use marketing and all of the other gimmicks that political consultants endorse, their message will fail, because it just becomes part of the constant white noise that everyone exists in. What we need are those who can articulate the constitutional conservative viewpoint when they step outside of prepared speeches and pre-canned answers. That requires people who believe in what they speak of. This is one of the reasons why Ted Cruz does well; he's articulate and well educated in what he believes.
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Who is Richard Greenleaf?

GGatty Wrote: Mar 10, 2014 2:53 AM
Yeah, yeah, we got it the 1st time. You don't like Ted. Thanks for the succinct comments that are so germane to the article.
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Progressive Mission Creep In Your Diet

GGatty Wrote: Mar 06, 2014 2:52 AM
I think you could have stopped at "Progressives won't be happy". Their search for Utopia-through-regulation is never-ending.
While I agree with the last paragraph of that article from Dr. Sowell, I find the rest of that article, as well as this one, to be an inaccurate characterization of the problem with the current batch of Republicans that are called the party's leadership. By the wording of this article, Derek infers feel that progressives only exist in the Democratic party. It's not laziness that prevents the current Republican "leadership" from explaining their positions. It's hard for anyone to convincingly articulate a position they don't hold. The current Republican leadership does not hold to Constitutionally conservative principles. Senator Cruz does hold to those principles and articulates them successfully. We've had decades of progressive Republicans leading the party in roughly the same direction as the Democrats. At what point are we to stop that movement if not now? How intrenched do we want Obamacare and all the rest of the regulatory nightmare being put in place by the current administration to be?
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Cruz Control? Part II

GGatty Wrote: Feb 20, 2014 11:57 AM
It's not laziness that prevents the current Republican "leadership" from explaining their positions. It's hard for anyone to successfully articulate a position they do not hold. The current Republican leadership does not hold to the Constitutionally conservative principles that Senator Cruz articulates. Those golden opportunities are hard to exploit when your difference with the opposing party's viewpoint is one of degree, as opposed to having a polar opposite viewpoint.
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A Bridge Too Far-Fetched

GGatty Wrote: Feb 05, 2014 8:21 PM
Hell hath no fury like a woman disillusioned about a politician?
So it's not his socialist mindset or his unconstitutional actions as president that you focus on. No, it's a stupid, merit-less conspiracy theory that drives you. Seriously?
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