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Dumbest thing I've heard yet. And you're a chief at Politico?? You need to lay off the booze.
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It's Not Over Yet

Ken85 Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 11:00 AM
But is it what we deserve? If the Democrats are left in control the country is doomed.
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It's Not Over Yet

Ken85 Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 10:56 AM
Amen. I wonder if the establishment really cares. Obviously Cochran doesn't. The lack of integrity in this entire matter is astounding. How can we support a party that does something like this?
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Obama: It's Lonely Doing All The Work

Ken85 Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 10:49 AM
Arrogance personified. Only he has the correct vision for America. Why do his decisions seem to favor our enemies?
Verifying the election is the only way the Republican establishment can vindicate themselves and Thad Cochran can take the seat with pride. In the past few elections we've seen Democrats steal a seat from Republicans and then watched the fraudster take his/her seat. Al Franken sitting in Congress disgusts me. To see the Republican party applying the same tactics has not gone unnoticed and not just in Mississippi. It certainly looks like it was the establishment against the tea party in a win at any cost situation. Then reading articles about how the Republican party is set to unseat a bunch of Democrats in the mid terms specifically because they beat off the tea party challengers so they could keep the status quo that's been so successful for them in the past and with the same people who will continue to fail all over again.
You are wrong. Jimmy Carter has asked the UN to oversee elections in the US.
None of this argument holds water. These people are a huge burden on the American taxpayers. There are two homes being built right now in our subdivision. The same builder has two crews working and from 7 am to about 4 pm they both have their radios tuned to a local Spanish speaking station and blaring full blast. We have yet to hear a word of English come from either work site. Yes, they are hard workers but are they doing the jobs Americans no longer want to do? I have 2 acquaintances who worked in construction prior to 2008. Both are union carpenters who can't find work. Please tell me how this helps the economy. How can the unions rationalize this? We are a nation of laws and those laws include securing the border which is not being done. In my mind immigration reform is a liberal buzz word or politician speak. Enforcing current laws would require no reform.
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Thad Cochran's Voting-Rights Victory

Ken85 Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 12:54 AM
So, the ends justify the means? This article is a bit confusing. Part of it looks like the old Democrat hedge, "everybody does it." Cochran lied and trashed McDaniel. It was more than a little bit obvious he was going to lose so rank and file Republicans who were deciding the race were thrown under the bus. Then there's the fact that many of the Democrats who voted for Cochran did so illegally. Sugar coat it if you think you can but it's a turd any way you present it. Cochran showed his lack of ethics and morals and so did the Republican establishment. I no longer call myself a Republican nor will I ever again donate a penny to the party. Daily I see the establishment opposing me rather than representing me.
Down right pretty, a pretty good actress and a classy human being. Every day I see more to like about this woman.
Just one more delusional establishment mouthpiece. Does anybody believe this story??? Using Democrat tactics to defeat a fellow Republican is as low as it gets. Write all the articles like this you want. People are not going to forget this.
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