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The Conservative Catharsis

Kent147 Wrote: Jan 16, 2015 11:50 AM
I don't know what you read. What did your computer tell you Erich said?
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The Conservative Catharsis

Kent147 Wrote: Jan 16, 2015 9:00 AM
So, we now have the Rush Limbaugh "fill in host" telling us Jeb Bush is a conservative. I am going full tinfoil prepper, taking my tinfoil hat and heading for the hills till the SHTF.
The answer is simple - the Republican Leaders want Obamacare and enjoy lying to their voters. They are certain the voters are too stupid and too lazy to get up and leave the party. We should take them up on this dare and form a new party where the leaders do not lie to us and do not conspire with our opponents against us.
The absolute best way to grow the economy is to REPEAL OBAMACARE. Why are the Republicans talking about anything else when this monstrosity is the biggest wrecking ball our economy and our personal freedom has ever encountered? Oh yeah, the Republicans believe in funding Obamacare.
I thought the Republican Party insisted it had no power to defund anything until it had a Republican President. If the Republicans can "defund" this then why can't they defund something much more important to the people - Obamacare?
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The Long, Slow March Into Tyranny

Kent147 Wrote: Jan 11, 2015 9:01 AM
Boehner has been writing the checks for Obamacare for five years now without a single objection. He even shoots anyone who dares suggest Obamacare is bad.
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The Long, Slow March Into Tyranny

Kent147 Wrote: Jan 11, 2015 8:59 AM
Jonathan Gruber's first boss - Mitt Romney. Gruber's first state run health care project - Massachusetts. The latest establishment candidate to put out the fact he is seriously thinking about running - Mitt Romney. Who just singlehandedly supplied the funding for 2015 for Obamacare - John Boehner. No questions asked, nothing required in return, no amendments permitted, nobody even allowed to read the bill before voting on it. A pure Republican Party gift to Democrats. What party is the enabling party in our "march into tyranny"? That would be the Republican Party.
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Have Liberals Lost the Middle Class?

Kent147 Wrote: Jan 08, 2015 8:08 AM
What difference does it make when these middle class people find out the Republican Party always does the opposite of what it voters want and what it promises in elections. In other words, the Republican Party does the same thing the Democrat Party does - grow government, tax and spend like drunken sailors. And erase the borders. And fund Obamacare.
I love Walter Williams. I wish he would be more specific in who he means when he says "liberals". I am not aware of any policy differences in the area of race relations between the Republican Party leaders and the Democrats. I am not aware of any serious policy initiatives being pushed in a serious way by Republicans that would be different than the Democrats prescriptions. A long time ago I remember Jack Kemp having a lot of ideas and some of these coming to fruition in the Gingrich years. But that is a long time ago. In the past 20 years there has really been no policy disagreement between Republicans and Democrats about the inner city.
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A Party at War with Itself

Kent147 Wrote: Jan 06, 2015 10:48 AM
I can dream. Since the GOP now prefers Democrat legislation over conservative legislation its demise is the only path to restoring the country. The Whigs had to be eliminated by a third party with zero chance. The Republicans of 1856. When men had something between their legs.
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