Previous 31 - 40 Next
The left is relentless. They attack on every premise and at every opportunity. When you beat them down at one point they are coming in like a flood at another.
I'm with you Any jack*** so-called conservative who stayed home because Romney wasn't the perfect candidate or because he was Mormon is fully responsible for what has transpired in the time since the last election.
McDonald is a Republican. I'm sure if he fails that will be shouted from the rooftops.
Ron Paul thinks that the New York Times supports any administration in power, until now? Really? I'm glad he retired, he's a bit out of touch.
You are exactly right. Cochran by his actions defined himself as RINO. He knew he couldn't beat a conservative, so he resorted to what every liberal does....dirty tricks. I'm just glad I don't have to vote in Mississippi, I'm not sure I could hold my nose and vote for that old POS.
In response to:

Iraq and Ideology

Just an old soldier... Wrote: Jun 29, 2014 8:13 AM
I was there in 2006 and in 2008, I completely disagree with your assessment. It was only clear to you, Harry Reid and the rest of the left that root for our defeat.
I'm pretty sure Microsoft is not God, that company is no different than Google and just as godlessly liberal. They did establish and fund MSNBC up until last year.
In response to:

Iraq and Ideology

Just an old soldier... Wrote: Jun 29, 2014 7:48 AM
I guess Jack Kerwick is portraying himself as "traditional conservative", not a loathed NeoCon. It's kind of funny, in a sad way, reading his condescending view of how peace is actually attained. WW2 was fought and won by men better than him. Once the Axis powers were defeated, the long transformation into peaceful Democracies was facilitated by the commitment and long term presence of the US military, backed of course by a US government that understood it's cheaper to prevent war than to fight one. Iraq should have been no different. Yet the sacrifices made by, again, better men and women than him was just thrown away. I don't understand the shortsightedness of the thinking that the hellish turmoil of the Middle East will just go away if we ignore it and cater to our selves. A stable and non-extremist Iraq in the key area of the Middle East is / was a strategic priority. A single Army Infantry division should have been left in Iraq to prevent what is happening now and to stabilize the region and allow Iraq to mature, much like Germany, Japan and Korea have done. Preventing war in the end is much cheaper in lives, material and cost. We will be back in the Middle East within a decade fighting a much more virulent enemy. Jack is good with the snarky putdown, but critical thinking, not so much.
In response to:

The Paranoids are Back

Just an old soldier... Wrote: Jun 28, 2014 9:04 AM
So, anyone who doesn't agree with him is a nutjob. This is exactly why the Republicans are called the stupid party. I see he's the editor of the Arkansas DEMOCRAT Gazette. Looks like he is really trying to live up to the paper's name. And he won a Pulitzer, he's way smarter than the rest of us...just ask him.
Soccer is fun to play, not so much to watch.
Previous 31 - 40 Next