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Recruit George McGovern to Speak -- at the REPUBLICAN Convention!

jjernigan Wrote: Aug 17, 2012 8:59 AM
He who calls himself a King.. You were doing alright until you lumped the Tea Party Republicans in with your rant. Listen very closely. The Tea party does not carry the "Republican" label. The Tea Party, does describe itself as Conservative, and are (peacefully) striving to promote replacement of liberal Dems and moderate establishedment Repubs with people who aren't "bought" yet and will try todo something about the situations you expouse about. Know your stuff before showing your ignorance, next time. Stay away for the kool aid. Tea (3 bags) is a most refreshing drink.
danq Wrote: Aug 22, 2012 3:47 AM
Republican Sen. and Rep regarding their support for more domestic regulation or increased executive power, I always mention the Tea Party Movement and the ideology of their constituents.

Overall, this primary has completely shocked me. The behavior of the state conventions vs. the Paul and Santorum delegates has made the 2012 GOP Primary the most bizarre primary election in the history of this country. Regardless of my vote, I will not promote, endorse, or advocate Mitt Clinton at all.
danq Wrote: Aug 22, 2012 3:42 AM
JJernigan, we were promised the Republican Revolution of 1994 all over again. Corporate deregulation, cutting welfare, small government, etc.

These were not establishment politicians, they were people we knew and who went to our meetings.

Now they have done nothing but increase Obama's executive power, including stimulus plans, the child-molesting TSA, heavy Internet regulation, domestic drones by 2020, allowing the President to assassinate citizens without trial (he has), removing due process, etc.

So what do we do? We promote a pro-choice, Planned-Parenthood-funding, pro-socialized-medicine (actual socialist program, unlike Obamacare), extremely-blue-state Hillary Clinton clone to run the country.

Whenever I write my (contd)

Shrewd move in choosing House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., as running mate for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Now here's the next play: Invite George McGovern, the 1972 Democratic presidential candidate, to speak this month in Tampa at the Republican National Convention.

Yes, that old lefty McGovern. You know the expression, "A conservative is a liberal who has been mugged"? Well, McGovern has been mugged.

The most left-wing Democratic presidential candidate this side of Barack Obama, former Sen. McGovern, D-S.D., proposed giving every man, woman and child an annual $1,000 "demogrant." In his nomination acceptance speech, McGovern...