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Romney Was Not the Problem

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 12:36 PM
Republicans say this of the last election, "Do you even think voting (once) is important and that so is the integrity of the election process?" Yes, Republican governors like Scott in Florida and Brewer in AZ don't want some people in 'urban areas' to be allowed to vote even once. Remember those eight hour long lines and uncounted provisional ballots?
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Romney Was Not the Problem

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 11:35 AM
Let's see, social engineering project in Iraq, nation building in Afghanistan, pork barrel spending explosion (K Street project), No Child Left Behind, ethanol mandates, Medicare Prescription, Faith Based Initiatives, airline bailout, auto bailout, insurance company bailout, Wall Street bailout, federally regulated bank bailout and federally non-regulated bank bailout.
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Romney Was Not the Problem

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 11:35 AM
Really getting tired of hearing my fellow conservatives say they are not Republicans, when Republicans do bad things. Let's face it, we conservatives get all our info and knowledge, exclusively, from a variety of Republican mouthpieces and propaganda outlets. It's time to man up and admit, then, that we are dupes of the Republican party, if not outright card-carrying members of the Republican party.
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Romney Was Not the Problem

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 11:17 AM
In the fall of 2008, the Republican administration needed $700 billion 'quick and clean' as just a start to bail out Wall Street - NOT PAID FOR In December of 2008, the Republican administration gave the auto companies $18 billion of the taxpayer monies....guess what? - NOT PAID FOR Are we conservatives going to be tricked again?
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Romney Was Not the Problem

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 11:17 AM
The Republicans embarked on a 100 year social engineering project in Iraq. - NOT PAID FOR George W. Bush announced in a 'State of the Union' address, about five years ago, that "It's America's responsibility to bring peace, freedom and democracy to the world." The entire Republican House and Senate caucus's stood and applauded enthusiastically. Nation building and social engineering in far-away places is an expansion of government. - NOT PAID FOR In the fall of 2008, the Republican administration gave AIG an $85 billion taxpayer financed 'teat suck' before TARP was even passed - NOT PAID FOR
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Romney Was Not the Problem

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 11:16 AM
The Republican Party has broken many PROMISES. We conservatives missed the boat during the eight year George W. Bush 'Reign of Error' spending spree. The Republican Party oversaw a two and a half times larger increase in goob-mint than when 'Bubba' Clinton was president. The Republican administration gave airline companies a $17 billion taxpayer gift in 2001 after 9-11 - NOT PAID FOR. Republicans doubled the size of the Department of Education - NOT PAID FOR Republicans mandated ethanol subsidies. - NOT PAID FOR Republicans increased pork barrel spending from 3,000 to 14,000 annual projects. - NOT PAID FOR Republicans added another entitlement spending program. (Medicare Prescription) NOT PAID FOR
In the fall of 2008, the Republican administration needed $700 billion 'quick and clean' as just a start to bail out Wall Street - NOT PAID FOR In December of 2008, the Republican administration gave the auto companies $18 billion of the taxpayer monies....guess what? - NOT PAID FOR Are we conservatives going to be tricked again?
The Republicans embarked on a 100 year social engineering project in Iraq. - NOT PAID FOR George W. Bush announced in a 'State of the Union' address, about five years ago, that "It's America's responsibility to bring peace, freedom and democracy to the world." The entire Republican House and Senate caucus's stood and applauded enthusiastically. Nation building and social engineering in far-away places is an expansion of government. - NOT PAID FOR In the fall of 2008, the Republican administration gave AIG an $85 billion taxpayer financed 'teat suck' before TARP was even passed - NOT PAID FOR
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Gold Trends Higher, Silver Stays Strong

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 11:05 AM
I said, "You mean, the American farmer should continue to get paid by the American taxpayer to mow his own lawn and plant trees on his own land?" "Yes", he said "and most Republicans in America's heartland, basically, feel the same way." I have come to the conclusion that these Republicans are collectivist statists, whose fundamental philosophy is 'Big government for me, little government for you." .....but they will never, ever tell you that.
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Gold Trends Higher, Silver Stays Strong

Henry_lII Wrote: Nov 24, 2012 11:04 AM
A Republican friend of mine from Kentucky joined the Tea Party Express. Several years ago when George W. Bush was president he was worried that the USA and the European Union would drastically reduce farm subsidies so that Third World countries might have the opportunity to export their agricultural products here. He said at the time, "It's true that billions of dollars of farm subsidies each year gives American farmers an unfair competitive advantage over farmers from impoverished nations. However, if farm subsidies are cut, the farm states should still get their due in the form of money for conservation."
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