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Actually, the wake up call I would like is for the Republican Party to immediately fire all the corrupt goons who are running the immoral attack on the Tea Party. Fire them. They are attacking the natural Republican base, with dirty money from corporate pimps who are actually Democrats. Also, the GOP must undo the criminal action that was its campaign for Thad Cochran. Cochran must relinquish his stolen victory and let the true winner go into the November election. Period. No other solution there. Then, the GOP must actually put Tea Party people in leadership, because they are actually principled fighters who want to do what Republican always say they want to do, before an election, but never do. All this must be done now or the entire Tea Party constituency must sit out the November election. It would be insane to vote for the party that is seeing your destruction. That is the current policy of the John Boehner/Mitch McConnell/Karl Rove Republican Party. It is now or never Republicans. Fix it or you are in the dustbin of history.
Who is Tony Messenger? I never heard of him.
The Republican Party has taken off the gloves. They are even using Alinsky tactics. They are ready to smash the opponent in the mouth. They are fighting fire with lies and smears, all paid for with mob money. The Republicans are now willing to do whatever it takes. To destroy the Tea Party. Now, they will be much nicer when competing against their friends across the aisle, the Democrats. The Republicans can work with them.
Well, Haley Barbour and his son paid for ads (while illegally hiding the purchases of airtime) accusing McDaniel of ties with the KKK and hating black people. They also paid inner city black Democrats to vote. They shamelessly sought to have Democrats prevent a conservative from winning. In other words, they are immoral scoundrels who stole the election from the Republican voters with lies and bribery. That used to be stuff only Democrats would stoop too. Now, the Republican big tent has brought in immoral types like you who have no qualms about doing whatever it takes - illegal or immoral - to keep in power those who will enrich the party bosses and who will prevent conservatives from being elected.
This mess is a direct result of the Republican Party promoting the idea of mass illegal migration. George Bush, Jeb Bush, John Boehner, Karl Rove, Grover Norquist have all advocated rewarding illegals with legality, which means citizenship. John Boehner was planning to have the Republican House produce a formal amnesty bill this summer, till Barack Obama decided he would rather do it himself and deny Republicans participation in the illegal extravaganza. The Republican Party as now constituted has only one opponent - that is its conservative base which is where the opposition to illegal immigration exists. The Republicans conspire with the Democrat in strategies to attack this conservative base. The Republicans applaud the huge wave of illegals. Jus as much as the Democrats. Karl Rove and Haley Barbour are making millions carrying the water for the big money Chamber of Commerce goons who want free labor. That is now the currency of the Repubican Party. Money. No principles, no ideas. Just money.
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

Kent147 Wrote: Jul 10, 2014 7:11 AM
But Ann is all for anything that advances the non-conservative wing of the Republican Party . She is the big cheerleader for Chris Christie, unless she can get the only "electable Presidential candidate" Mitt Romney to run again after his failure last time. Mitt, her choice, thought he was running for Prom King once the general election came.
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

Kent147 Wrote: Jul 10, 2014 7:09 AM
Ann, go back to writing glowing columns about how great Chris Christie is and how Mitt Romney is the only electable Republican.
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When Government Tries to Be Nice

Kent147 Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 10:08 AM
I will not vote for Rob Portman for Senate in my state, since he supported the vicious attacks of McConnell and Haley Barbour on Chris McDaniel, who actually won the Republican votes by at least 10 points, but lost due to the Republican mob types actually paying Democrats to vote for Thad Cochran. I will also not vote this year for John Kasich who attacked every Ohio legislator who voted against Medicaid Expansion, which Obama and Kasich teamed up on. Kasich ended up using an illegal executive order to cram Medicaid Expansion through over the objection of the legislature. So, for this year I will not be voting Republican for any Ohio office, since the Republican Party has launched an all-out attack on conservatives.
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When Government Tries to Be Nice

Kent147 Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 7:52 AM
Do not lose sight of the fact that the Republicans had no issue whatsoever with the fact that Obama did zero border enforcement his first six years. They have let the Fast and Furious investigation peter out. Till about two weeks ago John Boehner was regularly meeting with Obama promising him "immigration reform" would be voted on before the election so all the illegals could be made legal. The Republicans have been totally complicit in this. The Chamber of Commerce now drives the Republican Party and it wants as much dirt cheap labor in the US as possible. And the Republican Party will do all it can to defeat any real conservatives who are actually serious about border enforcement as it proved in the Eric Cantor race, the Mississippi Senate stolen primary, and across the country where John Boehner and Mitch McConnell have declared war on the Tea Party, but not Democrats. In Mississippi they teamed with Democrats to use Democrat votes to steal an election from a conservative.
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When Government Tries to Be Nice

Kent147 Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 6:12 AM
John Boehner, the Republican Speaker of the House and most powerful Republican elected official, was planning to pass a huge amnesty bill that would serve as a magnet for millions of immigrants to come here just as Obama's army of illegal children (and drug cartel teenagers) are now. John Boehner, Karl Rove, Mitt Romney, Jeb Bush are all for granting a pathway to citizenship for the tens of millions of illegals who are here now, and this very idea entices more illegals to get here before the amnesty citizenships are handed out. Republicans are equally culpable in this mess. You do not see evidence of Republican seriousness about border enforcement. You see the reverse. You see political campaigns run by Rove and Haley Barbour and others celebrating illegal immigrants. You see the Republican Party, and the Bush family, colluding with the Chamber of Commerce to promote more flooding of the US by illegals to bring down the cost of labor. Mona, the Republican Party is getting from Barack Obama exactly what it deserves for abandoning any honest commitment to border enforcement. We expect this dishonest from Democrats. Now it is all part of the new Republican brand, the Karl Rove, Chamber of Commerce, National Review Republican Party that celebrates the elimination of our country's borders. This is now endorsed by the GOP.
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