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It would be a close call between he and Joe Biden, thats how much I think of another Bush as a candidate.
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Dear Mitt and Jeb: No, Thanks

Jerry6614 Wrote: Nov 03, 2014 9:01 PM
I agree with Mary Carol. He is a nice guy but wimpy. Almost too nice. I told him at a organizing exploratory fund raiser in La Jolla ( where he now lives) that he could not run another McCain campaign and had to take on Obama for what he was, a socialist -Marxist who had an agenda from Alinsky, Rev. Wright and his other mentors like Franklin Davis. His response was that Obama was a nice guy and just had some misguided policies. Mitt did not get it then and I am not sure he does now, even after the dirty tricks with Crowley and the way Obama portrayed Mitt. We need a street fighter with moxy and brains who is willing to call out the Democrat nominee (Hillary or whoever) for what they are and what they stand for. Ted Cruz is a guy with guts. I don't know if he will be our nominee but he willing to fight, is not afraid of the media or the Democrats and their enablers. He is also a brilliant guy. Jeb and Mitt are about as inspirational as John Boehner or Mitch McConnell.
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Where Was President Obama?

Jerry6614 Wrote: Oct 24, 2014 6:51 PM
Typical liberal. Did not understand the message. The issue Michelle is addressing is where was BHO in not speaking out against these acts and calling them what they were; Acts of Terrorism by Islamic jihadists and Muslim terrorists. Not "workplace violence", not "senseless acts of violence" but murders by terrorists, which is what Canada called them immediately. He cannot bear to say the words terrorism in conjunction with Islam because that is his religion. Well, other than the black liberation theology of Rev. Wright who preaches the same message of hate as do the Islamic terror groups.
He would not want to deal with the Dimmocrats anymore than we do.
Its just more big government piled on an already oppressive system. Once in place, states would be demanding more and more money and Santa Claus (Feds )would dole it out like ice cream cones to kids wanting sweets. How about eliminating the programs that are no longer needed first or better yet, all of these welfare programs and let each state decide what it wants to do in the way of welfare. That way we eliminate one bureaucracy which has an unlimited alimentary canal.
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Beau Bergdahl’s Duty—And Ours

Jerry6614 Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 8:22 PM
Sorry Ken, we do know he deserted his post and walked out of the Camp without permission and he was looking for the Taliban. He was not taken by the tooth fairy nor captured by a hairy monster nor given drugs or any other fantasy trip. And we know that American soldiers were killed looking for him because his former comrades were among them and they know when the deaths occurred and who died. So do the parents now know and they are rightfully upset. Pictures of him with his new Taliban friends and walking freely around a camp and even given a weapon show he was not always a prisoner. They guy's letters home and distaste for the American military preceded his leaving without authorization and violating his duty. The real issue is what are is our military going to do about it? He has to be court martialed and he can tell his story if he wants. I doubt he will testify about anything.
That is what a court marital is you idiot. He gets to present his defense. Its not a "marshall" either. That is usually an officer of the law. Remember Marshall Dillion?
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

Jerry6614 Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 8:08 PM
The title of this article tells us why it just a POC. I cannot believe you wrote this Ann. Just let the voter fraud go on and "live to fight another day"? Just let the McCains and other Rhinos get out the minority vote of Democrats to elect our representatives? What kind of attitude is that which will encourage others to take up the fight as GOP candidates in the future. Meanwhile, we get Thad (Where does the GOP meet for lunch?) Cochran to vote with the other RHINO's.
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RIP Louis Zamperini

Jerry6614 Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 10:50 PM
Maybe the greatest book I ever read. The courage, perseverance, guts and determination of Louie Zamperini are beyond description. His life was an adventure no fiction writer could dream up. You owe yourself to read this book so when things get tough, or where you think its beyond hope and time to quit, you can recall what having true grit really means.
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NPR Shills for Socialism

Jerry6614 Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 11:05 PM
What the hell difference does a boxer's name make to the subject of why people risk their lives to leave Cuba. Cuban exiles have been floating and dying for decades to get out of Castro's world. And NPR is providing a false narrative about the wonders of this Castro's Cuba. Its socialist BS. As for supporting NPR, in no way does it compare to museums, Zoos or other one Institutions with no competition. Government does not get to pick winners and losers in the entertainment business. If NPR cannot make it on its own with donations from you and others like you, then it deserves to go the way of Air America and other liberal stations that did make it. No one gave a rats A** about them and they had no listening base. No other radio station, of which there are hundreds nation wide, gets $4 billion of our money to support it. And its still got its hand out. If you cannot make it on your own, get out of the radio business. The Eric's of the world can support you -or Not. PBS produces quality programs with advertisers and donors. Good for them if they can sustain their model. But don't expect me to pay for it through my tax dollars any more than for NBC, CBS, ABC or any of the cable channels. They make it on their own, why not "Public Broadcasting". If its worthy, it will attract advertisers and customers who support if with their dollars, not mine.
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