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The "to Hell with Them" Doctrine

HappiR Wrote: Aug 16, 2013 9:02 AM
Now, combine this philosophy with the "Rubble Don't Cause Trouble" approach and I think we'd have an effective policy.
How could something pass with only democrats in the house when republicans are in the majority?
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Leave Liberal Hollywood to the Liberals

HappiR Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 8:11 AM
I suspect you are correct about hollywood studios and movies, but there is a different, more pressing and direct target that could be of great help - an additional TV network. Of the three old-time networks, CBS is the best target being independently owned (CBS Corp).
Of course GWB and the tea party will be blamed. Going over the cliff needs to be just one tactic. Another tactic - hostile takeover of CBS Corp. I sincerely hope some well off conservatives start looking into the fact that Fox News cannot be the ONLY non-leftist outlet if we're to succeed. As the only one, it's too easily tarred and ignored. Time for a 2nd major outlet.
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The Left's Strategy: Crush Fox News

HappiR Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 9:19 AM
This is why I say we need to open a 2nd front against them. Some conservative group should purchase CBS and rebrand it as an "even-handed" news source as a viable business strategy to launch them into 1st place among the old networks.
Lets take a walk down memory lane. After Clinton took office in 93, the new congress passed his tax increase RETROACTIVELY to Jan 1. This is what Republicans need to start planning immediately after the election - a retroactive tax CUT to Jan 1.
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A Few Thoughts on the Skewed Polls

HappiR Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 12:39 PM
I've also suggested that someone purchase ABC or CBS (leave NBC as is - a dinosaur - to show what bias is). It would actually be a good business model, take on Fox, to convert it to a truly honest and unbiased news division. To deal with bias, you measure and publish metrics. You can't be perfectly unbiased, but you can measure on-air statements, stories covered, etc and publish your metrics. This could be a real money maker!
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A Few Thoughts on the Skewed Polls

HappiR Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 11:18 AM
I'm not upset at all that these polls are skewed. I think it's a great thing. I don't believe they'll actually turn off republican voters - perhaps only make them try harder. They WILL promote overconfidence in ordinary dems. AND they'll also have two other benefits. If Romney were shown to be ahead, the dems might be going insane by now with hate (well, insaner might be more appropriate). This keeps it tamped down to a manageable level. And after Romney wins, it will make it so much more delicious watching the lib heads exploding in rage and hate.
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The Fallacy of Redistribution

HappiR Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 9:43 AM
Loyal - another hilarious post! Your sarcasm is the best. Btw, we have a word for people that have to pay like you describe. We call them slaves.
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The Great Tax Divide

HappiR Wrote: Sep 19, 2012 10:18 AM
Of course, Libs, Progressives, Dems, the MSM - but I repeat myself - don't want high tax rates in order to optimize economic growth. They want to punish the wealthy. They don't believe anyone should be allowed to make that much money - that's their whole point.
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