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J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:56 PM
Dave, yes, Emir O won twice without any governance, but people seem to completely miss the point with the Emir, He Doesn't Care. He is politically driven, not practically driven to actually run a country. That is NOT his goal. His goal is to transform the USA by the end of his term, so that it is well-nigh impossible to excise his processes without causing either mass rebellion in the underclass, or end up in the legal system which would result in a 90% paralysis of the government.
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Ted Cruz 2016?

J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:53 PM
A slightly off-topic comment - does anyone have any question in their mind how Ted would react to Putin's thuggery in Ukraine? I think his reaction would be straightforward, but extremely well thought out and resulting in Putin's embarrassed retreat.
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Ted Cruz 2016?

J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:48 PM
Nitts.
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Ted Cruz 2016?

J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:44 PM
Methinks the Democrat Troll is making the rounds in the 'Stop Cruz Early' play organized by the tacit agreement between the Dems and the Establishment 'Pubs. Go peddle you wares elsewhere Doc, your Frankenstein Monster won't fly under the radar here.
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J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:38 PM
You are completely correct. This does show you, however, that the enemies of conservatives are nothing short of devious liars who will stop at nothing to besmirch the reputations and regard people have of those on the Right. These enemies come from the Republican Inner Circles (remember how McCain's staff did all they can to keep information from her), as well as the Internationale section of the Democrat party (which is pretty much all of those wastrels).
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J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:36 PM
I also have residence in Texas, and I will agree that Perry does know how to handle a large political government. However, and this is big, he has a history of favoring uncontrolled access across the border, although now he takes great pains to make it look like he doesn't, e.g. his 1,000 National Guard who really do nothing on the border, but it is window dressing to make it 'seem' like he is doing something to staunch the flood of Illegals. He also is a Big Business Boy who, again, no matter how he states, he is also more in tune with the multi-nationals than the middle-class, let alone those earning below the median in the US.
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J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:30 PM
LOL, Mac, you sound like one of the Russian trolls over in the Ukraine/Russian war comments who add nothing to the conversation, just think up ridiculous questions that are nothing but distractors.
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J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:29 PM
Lincoln did some very admirable things, but he did them in ways that the Democrats of today would agree with. Such as? Dirty tricks - sign the law to free all slaves 'Only In Confederate States,' not in states allied with the Union. Proscribe the forced participation of millions of Americans in a war they did not agree with (many in the Union agreed, in principle, with the ability of a state to pull out of the Union, if they so voted).
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Ted Cruz 2016?

J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:23 PM
You are kidding? Right? The philosophy you spout is much of what the Republicans have done for DECADES! This is what gave you Romney. This is what gave you McCain. This is what gave you a certain Senator from North Carolina that was honorable, yet still completely untenable as a President and nominated only because it was 'his turn.' If you don't want to hand the Presidency back to the Dems in '16 on a silver platter, you, and those like you in the Republican ranks, had better get a bit daring and back someone who has documented educational excellence, is quick on his feet, has the Right empathic feel for what should be done, and someone who can follow-through and make it happen. In short, a Leader. Republicans haven't had one since about 1988.
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Ted Cruz 2016?

J314 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 6:16 PM
Ted Cruz is the only major player in the current Republican party that can possibly energize the base in a way that is necessary to win the presidency. It isn't the question about whether or not the election hinges on the 1st, 2nd, 4th, Amendments, or open borders/ amnesty...what matters is whether or not we will trust the politician we may vote for. I categorically state, I trust only Ted Cruz to say what he means, and then to follow through in all ways possible. Rubio? No. JBush? No way. Romney? Are you kidding? and the rest of the Idiocracy found in the 'Pubs, and the Dems, for that matter.
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