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Democrats Discover Race Baiting

Kent147 Wrote: Nov 08, 2014 7:16 AM
The Republican Leadership team arranged a big TV ad campaign in Mississippi telling Mississippians, and the world, that Tea Party conservatives like the KKK. This was done by Karl Rove, Haley Barbour, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner. They spent millions spreading the message to southern blacks that Tea Party people like the organization that lynches black people. This was done to get the black people, who are Democrats, to vote in the Republican Party primary for the non-conservative Thad Cochran. Does this qualify as "race baiting"?
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A Democratic Waterloo

Kent147 Wrote: Nov 06, 2014 6:50 AM
It is only "Waterloo" if the Republicans "actually" won. Winning is undoing the damage Obama has done, starting with Obamacare immediately. Without undoing the damage, Republican voters have not won, only Republican politicians who have nice jobs with benefits (no Obamacare) and nicer offices in the majority. If Obamacare is not ended, Obama has still won. That is all his Presidency is about. But that is a lot. The Republicans need to get serious now. For "now" and forward is when the "winning" is determined. Get rid of Obamacare and we will celebrate Waterloo.
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A Republican Congress?

Kent147 Wrote: Nov 03, 2014 11:22 AM
Boehner has already promised 1) no impeachment no matter what the Tyrant does, 2) bi-partisan amnesty bill, 3) full funding of Obamacare, 4) continued omnibus spending with Obama getting everything he wants because he will blame the Republicans for shutting down the government if they don't and their main operating impulse is fear.
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A Republican Congress?

Kent147 Wrote: Nov 03, 2014 6:13 AM
If Republicans take both the House and the Senate, 1) Obamacare will be fully funded, 2) Obama will get the budget he requests, 3) Republicans will team with Democrats to legalize all the illegals currently in the country, putting them on a path to citizenship, 4) there will be no punishment for the IRS management that has attacked conservatives, and still is, 4) the annual deficit will continue at about half a trillion per year, 5) the Republicans will do nothing about illegal Obama executive actions. There could be some Republican surrenders I missed.
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Becoming Rodney Dangerfield

Kent147 Wrote: Nov 01, 2014 8:13 AM
I think this writer is a bit ignorant of reality. States, like Texas and Arizona, have tried to enforce Federal immigration laws and were told by the Administration and federal courts that states cannot enforce immigration laws, which are federal. And the federal government, Obama, refuse to enforce their own laws. That is the issue and apparently Townhall now has writers who don't even know basic political realities. Obama is a serial violator of laws and the Constitution. The states, and the people in the states, have used legal means, like state referenda and voter initiatives to pass laws that deny state benefits to illegal aliens, or establish traditional marriage as the only form of marriage in the state, and these legal initiatives have all been overturned by non-elected judges on ground that are not found in the Constitution but are simply judicial whim. Obama is not Rodney Dangerfield. He is a tyrant who has taken over the country. Mr. Adler, I suggest you do some actual thinking and research before your next article.
That would be the best thing possible.
Yes, Matt Towery proved himself to be a complete imbecile with this column which amazingly praises both the Clintons (degenerate, corrupt, tyrants, and murderers with Hillary's involvement with Libya) and the and Jeb Bush who besides wanting to permit 30 million illegals to become citizens, detests the Tea Party. I will never ever support another liberal Republican.
"There are two parties in Washington — the stupid party and the evil party. Every once in a while the stupid party and the evil party get together and do something that is both stupid and evil. In Washington, that is called bipartisanship." Afghanistan - a bipartisan disaster. How can both parties put our good military people through this insanity? Well, they put all of us through this every day - Obamacare, Amnesty, omnibus bills, a borderless welfare state, John McCain and Harry Reid. When will be have a true opposition party? When will we have a party that actually works to restore America?
Jeb Bush being nominated would finally be the catalyst conservatives would need to immediately leave the Republican Party and form a true conservative party. We do not need a monarchy with two competing families, one from the trailer parks and the other from the country club, supplying all the Kings, and Queens. We need good people who understand our Founders, and neither the Bush's or the Clinton's do. Jeb Bush is salivating over the largest possible Amnesty he can help make happen. Clinton simply wants to assume the Tyrant chair from Obama. Please Jeb - run, so we can put the Republican Party out of its misery and create a fresh party that actually believes in the Constitution. The Freedom Party.
No matter how bad Obamacare turns out, no matter how high the rates, no matter how many die because they didn't get an exam because of the $10,000 deductible and requirement they pay 100% till the deductible is satisfied, no matter how awful it is -the Republican Party will do nothing, that is zero, to repeal Obamacare. It would of course be the perfect time right after the election to pass a full repeal bill with at least 70% of Americans detesting this vile "law" which actually makes a joke of the very idea of law. A repeal bill passed would go to Obama. He would of course veto. Then the Senate and the House would have a vote to override. How many Democrats would vote to sustain the veto of the just embarrassed President, for a bill their own constituents hate and will hate even more when the next election rolls around? I think enough would vote to get the repeal done. If not, then the issue is teed up with a clear choice in 2016. But this is too simple and too honest for todays Republican Party, which prefers talk of conservatism to actually doing anything conservative.
Brilliant piece. Above all, do not give the voters any good reason to vote Republican. Don't use the campaign as an opportunity to honestly communicate with voters about what is good about Republicans. Hell, these days there is really nothing good about them except they are not Democrats, and that should be enough. Right? Both Republicans and Democrats believe Obamacare should not be repealed. They have shown that in the last four years. And they both believe in open borders and citizenship for all who get into the country, no matter how. Ask Jeb Bush and John Boehner. And both parties believe in spending money that does not even exist as long as there is no economic calamity and when that happens so be it. I am glad Kurt wrote this column. I was afraid Republicans were going to listen to the angry Tea Party types and actually start promoting out of date ideas like liberty, the Constitution, limited government, respect for the law, punishment for federal workers who violate the rights of citizens, Obamacare for all (every single citizen) or for none. These ideas should not be presented to the people. Just smile and lie and treat the voters like idiots, as if they were politicians or Town Hall writers.
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