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The Devolution of Chris Christie

I AM GOP Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 8:45 AM
Pavlich is absolutely right. Christie was seduced by Obama. He was able to fend off a few local reporters, but when it came to the glamor of the Whitehouse / big networks he was starstruck into a dazed stupor. I did like him for a time.
With all due respect I think the resolution is a bit naive. Universities don't care about the consequences of graduates who fail in the real world. Their perspective would be; what if a seasoned DC jockey had spoken to Barrack H. Obama's graduating class and inadvertently discouraged him from going into politics? What we need to do is document and expose the libs in their nest. The same way some a left winger "exposed" Mitt Romney's 47% comment, let's expose liberal faculty verbally abusing, indoctrinating kids and over all abusing their positions of power.
Some believe that Obama is intent on destroying the US, but I don't believe that that is the case. Mr. Obama has standard liberal desires and goals. First, he wants the love and adoration of the public and the world. He wants a legacy. He wants a beautiful utopian socialist world. But he does not want to destroy the US. I would have advised declining such a lunch, but maybe Mitt has a bigger goal. Maybe he'll go through the federal books and outline where cuts need to be made. Who knows.
Respond to arguments much? Why is he a moron for pointing out that the evidence is contrary to the numbers?
That's like saying Enron and Intel could have come together to create a great corporation... I find it interesting that liberals would be reading / posting on a conservative / libertarian website. It's almost like the left feels a need to squelch discussion of voter fraud or something.
I think we needed to fiercely fight against the notion of voter ID discriminating against certain minorities. What happened to justice being blind?... I would be elated if validating the election showed that Romney was actually the winner, but if it doesn't, I'll be amused to watch the liberal left cave in on itself.
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Coulter Defends Romney

I AM GOP Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 4:24 PM
Why does it have to be all or nothing with Libertarians? If Romney were authoring the constitution I don't think he'd include 26 year old dependent healthcare mandate. I don't think he'd created a department of education either, but those are already there. In business, you can dictate, in a republic, you have to pick your battles. The critical components to restoring America are charter schools and quality education, cutting back on regulation and making America business friendly and cut back on spending... I'm pretty sure Romney will be laying off federal workers in mass. Just saying.
Another plan is to have carnival fatty mirrors strategically placed around the school so kids become more insecure about being overweight... You know, all they have to do is be smarter. Instead of corn-syrup, use sugar. Instead of soy bean oil use canola. Instead of mixing in salt, have table salt available (sorry Bloomberg). Foremost, you have to educate kids about blood sugar and the side-effects of fatty foods. Have them do classroom exercises and help the kids identify cause and effect of the different things they eat.
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Of Mitts and Muslims

I AM GOP Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 5:16 PM
Dear Mike, You don't have the credentials to be lecturing Mitt Romney. You're smug and contemptuous and have spent too much time sheltered in your comfort zone. Show some respect and try applying some integrity to your journalism.
As a Latter-Day Saint, let me respond. For one, the popular position on Salvation for much of Christianity is: If you accept Jesus as your Savior, you are saved. End of discussion, if I say I believe in Christ, there is no room for you to assert your criteria of Him to say that I am or am not a Christian. You do not have means nor authority to determine what my "real beliefs" are. If you insist on continuing your argument, where do you set your parameters for who is and isn't a Christian? Is Greek Orthodox Christian? Who has the authority to make such determinations? I will say I don't mind not being called Christian. I like the term Saint. That was what the followers of Christ called themselves in New Testament times.
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