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Time for a Rethink

IrishMensa Wrote: Aug 10, 2014 12:39 AM
The author's assessment of the political scene is just a tad bit lacking in facts...such as the fact that the Ron Paul shills have spent most of their energy in stabbing anyone in the back who commits the unpardonable sin of supporting the only democratic government in the Middle East. Or the fact that ignoring the terrorist threat only makes it much more likely to become dragged into a war on our own soil. Or, most importantly, the fact that the Ron and Rand Pauls of the world are little different from the extreme left on matters of the economy or foreign policy...the elder Paul benefited as much from his willingness to feed at the federal trough as the most corrupt Democrat while Sonny has been sticking the knife into anyone who might pose a challenge to his presidential ambitions. Under those circumstances, there is little benefit that can accrue to the Republican Party from bringing Ron Paul and his gang into the fold...since they prefer Democrats when it matters the most to our nation's survival.
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An Open Letter to the Political Right

IrishMensa Wrote: Aug 03, 2014 1:02 AM
The sad fact is that conservatives had been willing to swallow hard and vote for establishment candidates over the past two election cycles. The problem is that it has been the RINO folks who do not just "stay home" on Election Day whenever they lose a primary, they spend their energy undermining the conservative candidate and doing everything in their power to make sure that the left-wing candidate wins in order to punish the conservatives. You can only get stabbed in the back by those whom you thought would be your friends before you decide not to play ball.
If there is one thing that one can draw from this article is that Reba Cobb is nothing more than a pseudo-Christian Obama shill. There is not a single person who can follow Christ and bow to Obama...none.
PH, those who applauded the Supreme Court ruling did so because they support the Constitution. The ruling on campaign donations had nothing to do with McDaniel's defeat as much as the blatantly Democrat idea of vote-buying and voter fraud that gave the seat to Cochran. If there were PAC's that were supported by the establishment, they need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

IrishMensa Wrote: Jul 11, 2014 1:12 AM
Please stop lying about how you want to see anyone but a senile philanderer as a Senator, because it is obvious that you are doing George Soros's work with your claims. What is obvious is that this regime (and his cronies in DC) did everything that they could to hang onto their power, and have no interest in representing the residents of Mississippi. Cochran appealed to the basest and most cynical sectors of the population in order to maintain his power and destroy his competition. Slandering your opponents and buying votes may be something that you enjoy and appreciate, but it will only lead to a destruction of this nation...which may be what you are wishing for in the first place. If so, then count the rest of us out and go back to the Daily Kos, where your comments are welcome.
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

IrishMensa Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 11:41 PM
If this is not satire, then this is a disgraceful column from an individual who is increasingly becoming little more than a call-girl for Soros and his fifth-column folks in the D.C. establishment. Please take your tripe to Huff Post, because you would fit in much better there.
Please take your stupid commentary back to the Huffington Post, you left-wing Soros shill.
Isn't this the guy who lost to Marco Rubio in the U.S. Senate race?
First of all, you can stop lying about not voting for Obama because your statements that follow prove that you are nothing but an Obama shill. Second, your leader knew perfectly well what was happening in Benghazi, but the regime stood by and let it happen because doing otherwise would have interfered with his narrative on foreign policy. The only countries that your regime has been tough on have been our allies, while Russia, Iran, North Korea, et. al thumb their nose at us. Third, the economy that your regime took over and drove into the cliff was nothing compared to the economy under the (now) second-worst administration in recent times. Unlike your master, the economy under President Reagan grew (as did our standing in the world) to the point where it generated one of the largest peacetime growths in our nation's history. Fourth, Obamacare is not a reform of the health care system as much as an assault on it. Your thugs pointed guns to the head of the populace to get people to sign up for what any intelligent person can see is a scam, and you claim eight million signups. Never mind that three-quarters of that number lost their insurance, that about half have made the first payment, and that nobody can claim with any honesty that their health care has improved under your regime. The most significant point that an intelligent person can draw from your mob's health care reform was that the number who signed up is similar to the number affected by Europe's (particularly Germany's) solution to the problem posed by the same group that you despise (when one looks at your foreign policy). In conclusion, it is easy to criticize your regime for the challenges we face because they are obvious to anyone with their eyes open, and anyone who cares about their family and neighbors. And your statements are the perfect advertisement against mandatory military service...because anyone that agrees with this regime does not support this country. You're welcome.
Peaceman needs to stop lying for once in his life. The only people who support Obama's coup of the health care system are either politically connected or wealthy enough to avoid its consequences. As for Eric Snowden, if he had been truly interested in telling the truth, then he would have accepted the consequences of his actions. He wants to be considered a hero without doing anything heroic.
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