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A Very Dangerous Game

John3472 Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 7:52 AM
I'm curious...are these attacks happening more in states that have right to carry? I kinda doubt some punk would try this if he knew that there was a change the victim could shoot him.
Apology accepted, but no, you can't sing at the White House would seem to be the appropriate response.
This is precisely the methodology that got Dole, GHW and Romney flushed. We need to stop picking people who the media and the left will like and start picking those who reflect conservatism. The RHINOs we have running the house do not impress me and the one thing they share with the left is a common enemy that could destroy them both; namely the Tea Party.
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Romney Was Not the Problem

John3472 Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 9:28 AM
No, Ms. Coulter, there is plainly no one else to blame except Mitt Romney; I take that back. It’s not fair that he shoulder the blame alone. Part of it must go to the RHINOs in charge at the RNC who shunned Sara Palin at the convention and did not give Michelle Bachmann a single dollar for her campaign and part of it goes to people like you Ms. Coulter. You backed a looser and instead of acknowledging it you pull the oldest (liberal) trick in the book and blame it on ignorant voters. Shame on you. *pt3*
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Romney Was Not the Problem

John3472 Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 9:28 AM
captured 3 million more votes than your hero Mitt. Meanwhile Obama lost nearly 9 million votes. The fact remains that if Mitt had merely equaled McCain, we’d have won. But he didn’t, did he? Based on the numbers, neither side was enamored with their choice. This was a fact that Romney failed to capitalize on. Mitt had the ground game in place, the grass roots organization, the funding, the experience as a Governor… the only thing the Romney campaign had that they should not have had was Mitt himself. Swing state after swing state fell as the night went on and it became very apparent that the most important election of our time which should have been the easiest to win, was not to be. *pt2*
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Romney Was Not the Problem

John3472 Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 9:27 AM
Ms. Coulter I must respectfully disagree with you. When you make a mistake you must find the cause of it (no matter how unpleasant) and fix it (no matter how difficult) and apparently blaming Mitt for Mitt’s failure is a bridge too far. For reasons I’ll never understand you’ve turned your angst toward the tea party; our brightest and fastest growing hope for change yet. Regardless of the votes Romney garnered during the primaries he failed to deliver when it counted. This president was the weakest in modern history and to paraphrase Mark Levin; an empty orange juice can should have been able to beat him. The fact is Romney was even less popular than even the hapless Senator McCain who (due largely to his running mate Sarah Palin) *pt 1*
Dead wrong. The problem is that America is already too divided. True, the Democrats have learned to capitolize on this but it's a race save America, not a race to be the last person at the helm when the ship sinks.
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Don't Blame Romney

John3472 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:28 AM
I agree; the one to blame is not Romney - he did the best he could. The ones to blame are people like Ann Coulter who sold out conservatism. Instead of putting our best candidate forward, people like Ann said we need to "play nice" and choose a moderate like Romney; Mitt Romney - who couldn't even garner as many votes as McCain. I am sooooo disappointed in Ann Coulter who with all the cold hard facts around her and her "perfect" candiate still cannot admit that she was wrong. Ann sold out the tea party and for that she needs to be taken to the woodshed.
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Deport the GOP Establishment

John3472 Wrote: May 03, 2012 8:16 AM
What happened to Ann Coulter? She wants to deport the establishment GOP (which I agree with) yet she supported one of the most entrenched establishment GOP people, Namely Romney.
Ann.....stop with the Romney crap. It's because of conservatives like you that we've always had to settle for 2nd best.
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