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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

HopeChangeInAZ Wrote: Jul 10, 2014 5:56 PM
Good article Ann. I don't have anything against the Tea Party since it is a good conservative grass roots movement and that's all well and good but they sure seem a bit dense when it comes to the political game and I do start taking objection when their actions could jeopardize the main goal of taking the Senate. They don't seem to see the big picture and that makes them more of a hindrance then a help!
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Rick Perry Or Ted Cruz For 2016?

HopeChangeInAZ Wrote: Jul 01, 2014 8:53 AM
I have nothing against Perry or Cruz but if they some how ended up as the Republican nominees for 2016, you can be rest assured that Hillary will be our next President. Perry has too much of a Bush connotation and Cruz is too hard-core right. If you don't think the media will have a field day with that, you need to take the rose color glasses off.
It's called disconnect and much like actors who live in a world we can only imagine (and think we care about their opinion), politicians and their families are much the same.
There is a simple explanation at least according to the Dims. All those people in the audience must be racists...or maybe domestic terrorists! I am sure if neither label fits the bill, the liberals will come up with some other derogatory name to minimize those who disagree with the chosen one!
The Dims are the party of thuggery and anyone with theirs eyes open can see it. When you see the union thugs going about their business, they are working from the same handbook as the Dims. Democrats should be ashamed of themselves but they are actually proud of this kind of behavior. Is it any wonder there is no civility in politics in today's climate?
Spare me this nonsense! Ann is a satirical writer that very often hits the nail on the head. Anyone that thinks for a minute that she would actually work for Clinton needs to step outside their echo chamber a bit more including Adams! As for McCain, in the last Senate race, I registered from Independent to Republican so I could vote against him in the primary. He is everything that is wrong with the political environment in Washington especially with politicians who overstay their welcome.
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The Heroism of Wendy Davis

HopeChangeInAZ Wrote: Jan 30, 2014 4:28 PM
You gotta love Ann. She puts things in a way that nobody else can. I have no doubt it leaves the libs gnashing their teeth especially since Ann hits all the right notes. Wendy Davis is about as phony as it comes but worship at the alter of Abortion, and nothing else matters to a Dim. You go Ann and keep up the good work!
Just given the fact that California elected Governor Moonbeam after all this time tells you there are issues with the Democratic field in that state. Of course for a state as deep blue as CA, it doesn't really matter who they elect as long as they are Dims of the highest order!
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Newt vs. Newt

HopeChangeInAZ Wrote: Jan 06, 2013 10:36 AM
I have never been a fan of Gingrich so I am a little surprised by someone who professes to be a successful analyst/commentator, or at least successful enough to keep your kids fed, has stars in his eyes for the guy. I do remember Gingrich’s performance back in the Reagan years and even though it started out promising, it ended quite disappointedly. It’s not how well someone flaps his jaws that impress me and Gingrich can flag his jaws pretty good but their performance and I have always thought Gingrich’s performance in public office was quite lacking. I also thought that he never had a chance of getting elected and all he was doing was playing the spoiler by sticking his nose into a critical election.
The sad part is when crimes of this nature go under-reported and are not vilified by everyone including our Hope and Change President, it enables or projects some perverted form of justification of black-on-white crime. I am also convinced that as long as this double-standard continues, the racial divide in this country will never get better. Nobody likes double standards but the MSM and especially the liberal mind-set is loaded with them and maybe in the final analysis they need the racial divide to remain relevant among the minorities. I am also convinced that as long as these minorities continue to look outward to a political party to solve their problems, they will continue to be taken for granted.
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