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Local or National Elections?

John910 Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 11:12 AM
This should be mandatory reading for all libertarians and right-wing ideologues. You are not in a position to field successful candidates at this time and only serve to make the Dems successful in elections while making yourself "feel good" about "voting your conscience". You want to have impact, be willing to work from the bottom up to get viable candidates elected at the local, then the state, then the national level. It takes patience and perseverance. That has been the successful playbook of the left. Same sex marriage and abortion are prime examples. The right thing doesn't always "feel good".
Your statement is generally true, but the Dems targeted Mike Coffman's seat as vulnerable (does that sound kinky? - oh well). That's why they started putting a lot of money into it at first. Too bad they put a weasel like Romanoff against Coffman. Romanoff had nothing to run on and could only manufacture issues. Coffman has been a good rep, if not the most exciting guy in the world. A working type more than a "dig me" type". He would not be the darling of a few right wing ideologoues.
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LGBT Strikes Again: Comply or Die

John910 Wrote: Oct 13, 2014 12:34 PM
No mosque or church is required to conduct any ceremony - YET. We have just gotten to the point where the movement can be bold enough to start making inquiries at churches and then file suit if a church demurs. Mosques will not be challenged because 1) the gays/lesbians are not stupid, 2) it would not be PC to do so.
And where else have we seen such an analysis? Not in the lame-stream media, that's for sure. Hats off to Ken for laying out a case for educational opportunities for our fellow vets. He is correct about government covetousness of controlling education. It is evident in the statist mentality of many educators as well.Such an elitist bent could be a reason why many vets don't want to go to traditional colleges. Sure there are some bad for-profit schools, but there are a whole lot of bad (in results) public schools as well.
There is a perfectly logical explanation for Udall's pay disparity. Since he is "for women's rights and freedom" he can pay them less than their male counterparts and keep them is lesser positions because they "owe" him for his "support". Left-wing radical elitist logic at its best - so to speak.
Montel will be on the Obama $h!+ list for this. How DARE he be critical of the marxist government?
I hope you meant to say that Colorado Springs has a large Republican following, because I believe that to be the case. Your overall comment has validity. We can only hope that enough people will open their eyes and vote for Garner. We really don't need Mr. Mark "I never met an abortion I didn't like" Udall. I don't recall him being outraged by the Kermit Gosnell horror.
Really??????? This is what the Democratic Party has to offer as leadership? I must say they are consistent. American Eagle - you are correct.
Udall is a ZERO as a person and a senator. He is a left-wing radical elitist whose only real claim to fame is that is born of a privileged liberal family. The article says that half of his ads are about abortion. What we see here in Colorado is more like 90-95% about abortion, including DSSC and other radical support groups. He has nothing else to run on. If he did we would see ads touting his wonderful achievements. He is at best a toadie to BO and Harry Reid.
Maybe Willy could follow Tommy Chong on Dancing With The Stars. They could have a mandatory stoner representation on the show from here on. I'll bet Willy and Neil didn't travel to the concert by horse and buggy.
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The Campus Crusade for Comfort

John910 Wrote: Oct 01, 2014 10:43 PM
Answer: Whenever it is "convenient". Just like his so-called Christian faith. A person can be pro-choice, but be honest enough to admit that you don't really believe in the scriptures and that you will pick and choose your theological principles.
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