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What difference does it make. The key plans for Republicans after November are to try and legislate Amnesty and to fully fund all Obama programs, so they can't be accused of "shutting down the government." Democrats can get all that done without my vote. And I don't want to be part of that. So, I will not vote for Rob Portman in my home state when his term is up. And I won't vote for David Joyce this November, for Congress.
Maybe if the Republican Party had not spent millions preventing a young, compelling conservative from representing the party, instead of a fossil who doesn't even live in Kansas, they would not even have to worry about this bad decision. Roberts might well have lost no matter what, but relying on a third candidate at a time when the Democrats are so obviously doing everything to destroy our economy, our military our security, our currency, our health care system, our culture - everything - is a dumb idea. A strong conservative could take these facts and win in a landslide. A tired liberal Republican who is part of the problem does not deserve to be elected.
Since the Republican Leadership has explicitly attacked and rejected the Tea Party, and accused Tea Party conservatives of being KKK supporters, it clearly does not want their votes and would probably not accept them because the Tea Party is so awful. I can take a hint. So can a lot of others. This Republican Party is not about conservatism. It has two missions - funding Obama (as John Boehner did last week) and enacting Amnesty for All Illegals, as Boehner has publicly stated numerous times. The Republicans have no intention of ending Obamacare. None. So, vote accordingly.
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Love Should be on Parade

Kent147 Wrote: Sep 20, 2014 8:33 PM
Never the let the truth disturb your bubble of ignorance.
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Love Should be on Parade

Kent147 Wrote: Sep 20, 2014 7:32 AM
My only question is will they do in New York what they do in Pride parades in San Francisco, public oral sex and displays of bondage and other creative behaviors. For the the "children" and the "love".
I just don't like voting for tyrant thugs, no matter what Ronald says.
Not me. I love the new Dictatorship of the Speakership the Republicans are forming. It is so refreshing and open and like our Founders would have done things.
Maybe the NFL and the women wearing the Ray Rice jerseys are simply Muslims or supporters of Islam. Islamic teachings advocates the stoning of women who disrespect men. Sharia law formalizes this. Now, Ray Rice was not yet married but maybe he was just giving his future wife some religious instruction. The Muslim religion is after all one of the world's great religions and it is good the NFL and these women respect its teachings. It is also noteworthy for Michael Sam that the Muslim Sharia law permits and even suggests the execution of homosexuals. Given that it is one of the world's great religions, and is the faith of our President, the NFL position and the behavior of the ladies with jerseys is not to be criticized but to be praised. It is all good with Sharia law. Maybe Ray Rice should be traded to Detroit where he would be shown more respect.
Yes, it would be nice if the Liberals running the Republican Party would once in a while support a conservative but it just does not happen. John Boehner is determined to kill the conservative movement. You are dead on - the RINOs should support McDaniel, and Joe Carr and Christine O'Donnell and Joe Miller and Steve Lonegan. But they never support a conservative. I am with you on that.
Yes, by all means let elect Thad Cochran who called Tea Party types "KKK backers" and used money from Rob Portman to pay inner city black thugs to vote in the Republican primary so Republican voters would not get their choice. By all means. Actually, that is now the Republican method - by all or any means necessary, like in Alinsky. No principles, just money and power.
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