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Noah Wylie (the actor who brought tears to the eyes of polar bear lovers when he stated - not predicted - on TV that they would drown in a sea of no icebergs) has been noticeably silent in the past few years about that statement. As an actor, he probably figures his performance need not have anything to do with reality, just like all actors' roles.
If the present "leadership" (RINOs) attempt such action, it should go down to a resounding defeat. Those RINOs were largely responsible for nominees McCain and Romney, which is why Obama is still in the White House. If those "leaders" manage to pull it off and pass such a rule, it would end whatever hope there may be for a conservative President in 2016. And I don't mean more conservative than Nancy Pelosky, either. All conservatives and moderate Republicans had better make sure such a rule goes down in flame.
You hit the nail right on the head, Fred. Strange that Larry Kudlow didn't address that matter, which is why many conservative voters have given up and won't be voting. This is definitely the time to hold your nose and vote for the least damaging of the candidates. The RINO "leadership" has wasted millions of your donations in trying to keep conservatives from winning (and yet they call themselves conservatives). Boehner and McConnell are the most damaging, since they call the shots in Congress. They both need to be replaced, but it will have to be by Democrats this year Consider what the Senate Republicans could do with a strong conservative as Leader. Even if the Senate goes Republican, what will Mitch do differently? He talks tough, except when he doesn't, and he has too many skeletons (or deals with the Dems) for us to believe he would be a good leader. The millions he will spend getting reelected could be used to get several conservative Senate candidates in other states elected, and Grimes may still beat him. If she does, he's OUT of the Senate, and there are many strong conservative Senators who would do much better than Mitch has. This is a real quandary, but one with an obvious best solution, for Kentucky voters to act on, and the whole country would benefit.
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Prepare for War

Joe1592 Wrote: Sep 05, 2014 12:34 PM
We desperately need another Ronald Reagan who can mend the trend we currently follow, and reestablish our reputation by consistently doing the right things. Political Correctness has ushered in an era of destruction, and it needs to be undone.
He hasn't had a clue yet, but don't fret. His job is to do Obama's bidding, and he's been great at that. Problem is, that isn't in his oath of office, and that should get him removed from the public trough.
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Should The U.S. Declare War On ISIS?

Joe1592 Wrote: Aug 23, 2014 12:57 PM
Why drop the OUTSIDE of the capital cities? They don't get the OUTSIDE sort of message.
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Should The U.S. Declare War On ISIS?

Joe1592 Wrote: Aug 23, 2014 12:50 PM
We are not (yet) at war with ISIS, but ISIS is at war with us. Sort of like Slick Willie not having sex with Monica Lewinsky while she was having sex with him. Hillary will understand that.
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Should The U.S. Declare War On ISIS?

Joe1592 Wrote: Aug 23, 2014 12:45 PM
It seems inevitable that we will be at war (officially), so it might as well be sooner than later. That way, ISIL will not be stronger, and our military will not be weaker, than later on when Obama has had more time to weaken us. From Obama's point of view, though, later would be better, since he obviously wants ISIL (or anybody) to defeat USA. He has done his part to bolster ISIL and to weaken our military.
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White House Defends Immigration Actions

Joe1592 Wrote: Jul 07, 2014 9:35 PM
Let's see if I have this straight. Obama invites, directly or otherwise, hordes of children from Central America to come to the USA. This provokes thousands of new illegal immigrants to invade our Southern border. Obama busses thousands of them to other parts of the country, to "ease the conditions in TX." Some places, like Murrieta CA, repeatedly refuse to accept them. Obama needs more money to care for them. He will ask Congress for millions of dollars (or is it billions?) to handle them. Congress will be pressured to approve it, because "it's for the children." But most of the money will no doubt be channeled to Obama's supporters, and no improvement in border enforcement can be expected. Meanwhile, Obama's EPA is going to spend billions of dollars to require expensive and wasteful steps to "reduce carbon dioxide" in the atmosphere. By this time anyone but an idiot or a Democrat (I know, I repeat myself) knows that the global warming alarmists are not supported by true science, only by scientists who want to keep their job, or grant, by keeping alarmism alive. I say take the money from the EPA and enforce border security with that!
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The Muddy Mississippi Race

Joe1592 Wrote: Jun 29, 2014 11:27 AM
What law or Rule prevents McDaniel from mounting a write-in campaign? It worked for Murkowski in Alaska. Are their different rules for the House than there are for the Senate? As for the counties who illegally refuse to allow the election results to be examined, that's a legal matter that should be addressed. Having one Party's Primary on one date and the other Party's about 3 weeks later just begs for illegalities like someone voting in both. Likely there are over 7,000 somebodies who did it, but like true Democrats, the establishment RINOs will do their best to hide the facts. Living in "interesting times" sure has its downside!
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