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A Shot Across the Bow?

jdouglas Wrote: Jan 08, 2015 10:49 AM
'Septic tank' is an apt description of Washington politics/politicians, regardless of party affiliation.
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A Shot Across the Bow?

jdouglas Wrote: Jan 08, 2015 10:46 AM
" I have no problems seeing Representative Boehner continue as Speaker of the House, nor seeing Senator McConnell as Senate Majority Leader." As a CONSERVATIVE I strongly disagree!
"That, if anything, seems to be the message Walker himself is attempting to convey" What a tepid article. Anyone with even minimal reading/observation comprehension would say that he has succeeded in establishing his qualifications, not 'attempting' to.
Oh good grief! I don't give a rip about race or gender, 'all' I want is a CONSERVATIVE. Someone who believes in our Constitution and who will fight for our rights (all of them) as citizens of a Constitutional Republic. Is that too much to expect?
That's the second time I've seen this oxymoron used with the same guy: an 'honest' liberal.
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The Biggest Surprises of the Year

jdouglas Wrote: Dec 27, 2014 9:46 AM
Under my mattress seems safer!
I'm quite sure 'they' already have but we will have the opportunity to choose a nominee we like, hopefully NOT another establishment RINO!
I started focusing on Scott a couple of years ago, at that time he wasn't getting much positive press. I'm pleased that he is being listed as a potential candidate.
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Lies, Damn Lies, and American Politics

jdouglas Wrote: Dec 14, 2014 8:08 AM
The Socialists program of gradualism (the frog in cold water thingy), implemented at least 100 years ago, instead of violent confrontation has been quite successful. I believe the point of no return was reached decades ago.
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Scott Walker 2016?

jdouglas Wrote: Nov 24, 2014 11:42 AM
"He did not graduate from college..." That is a good thing, I've had my fill of morons with degrees skrewing up my country, a conservative with common sense and a track record that establishes his administrative skills gets my enthusiastic vote. However there is the real possibility that the voters will, once again, choose hollow charisma or melanin or genitalia or... over the proven ability to lead and accomplish true conservative goals.
Am I safe to say that what we are seeing is a total reversal from the Reagan and 'tear this wall down' era?
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