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It would be nice if the Telegraph didn't have to implicitly denigrate the Tea Party in its article. Walker's way is the Tea Party way, much more so than the moderate Republican way. But the media must maintain the image of the Tea Party as extremists.
This is the unspoken reason most celebs and wealthy elites are pro-abortion: They want the masses to limit their offspring. It's fewer mouths for them to feed. They rationalize it in their own mind as "not condemning them to a life of poverty" and "choice".
Barry knows exactly what he's doing. He just can't articulate it or he would face treason charges.
Wow, it's pretty shocking that the mainstream media would completely abandon their own professional ethics in favor of promoting the progressive agenda...
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And the Dopes Took Charge at Midnight

GPeyton Wrote: Jan 02, 2014 4:02 PM
"We’ve put them there." WE didn't. The dopes did. Unfortunately there are more dopes than good people.
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A Bad Year for Freedom in the World

GPeyton Wrote: Dec 23, 2013 4:08 PM
You think jailing Morsi is a case of freedom losing? Would you have said the same thing if the German military had deposed Hitler in 1935? Do you think elected leaders have the right to do anything? Bizarre, Steve O, just bizarre. You might consider reading the Declaration Of Independence and actually thinking about it.
Didn't accomplish much? Sure made a whole bunch of already wealthy Wall Street guys a lot wealthier.
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New Obamacare Delay Is the Worst Yet

GPeyton Wrote: Dec 20, 2013 10:58 AM
"At what point will President Obama admit failure and accept the most reasonable solution - complete and full delay of Obamacare, for everyone?" Never.
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You Can't Always Get What You Want

GPeyton Wrote: Dec 12, 2013 12:49 PM
"The country needs this deal." The country needs you and all of the other scumbags who put us in this position to go away and never ever return.
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You Can't Always Get What You Want

GPeyton Wrote: Dec 12, 2013 12:48 PM
"Obamacare, you might have read, is collapsing all on its own and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tx) and the House Cruzettes didn't need to bring scorn down on the GOP to help it along." You are hopelessly naive, Mr. Galen. Obamacare will remain the law of the land, regardless of how awful it is, how terrible and horrifying it's "unintended" consequences, because of people like you. Furthermore, instead of scumbag Boehner complaining that people should read a bill before they criticise it, PERHAPS THEY SHOULD HAVE BEEN CONSULTED. I will NEVER again place my trust - or vote - in the Boehners/Ryans/McConnells of the world, whose wonderful leadership has put us in the position!
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War on the Poor

GPeyton Wrote: Dec 09, 2013 11:03 AM
Redistribution entrenches people in class structure far more effectively than free markets ever could. That's a big part of why wealthy elites love it. It entrenches their own wealth and position while entrenching their potential competition in lower incomes and positions.
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