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"So was Warren Harding." Sure, never mind the massive scandals and corruption. This is exactly why the TeaParty is actually a bit scary. the good news is that more people now see the Tea Party label as a negative than those that see Conservative, moderate or even liberal tags as a negative.
I would encourage "Conservatives" like Todd Akin and all the Tea Party folks to check out the Constitution party. Part of their mission statement..... ".....Constitution Party candidates who will uphold the principles of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Bill of Rights. It is our goal to limit the federal government to its delegated, enumerated, Constitutional functions." If there really are tens of millions of folks that would be behind this (doubtful in my opinion) you could turn the Constitutiony into not only a viable third party, but likely one of the 2 major parties.
Laughable. This case is one of hundreds that MAY be selected for review. The odds that this one will even be seen one of the SCOTUS justices are a million to one. Keep believing your conspiracy theories though.
You're writing this from you underground bunker where you have 3 years worth of food, a tinfoil hat, and a plan to recycle your own urine for drinking water I'm guessing. Believe it or not, this extremist drivel is exactly what drives away all the middle of the road voters.
Simply bad info you're getting. From census data...... Under Democratic presidents, the incomes of black families grew by an average of $895 a year, but only by $142 a year under Republicans. Across 26 years of Democratic leadership, unemployment among blacks declined by 7.9%; under 28 years of Republican presidencies, the rate increased by a net of 13.7%. Similarly, the black poverty rate fell by 23.6% under Democratic presidents and rose by 3% under Republicans.
It's a cost saving measure. Streamlining the process to be entirely digital saves the government money. I guess that's not good except when it helps to bash democrats though. We've certainly seen plenty of examples in the past of Republicans talking big about fiscal responsibility only to spend more money than a lottery winning addict on 3 day binge in Juarez.
For the same reason Buffa writes....it wasn't really a great idea to begin with, making a too expensive program all the more expensive. I was simply pointing out that the right wants to complain that middle class taxes went up, but also were the ones pushing that point. Political game playing anyone?
A link for those that might actually want to learn something on the subject... http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2011/11/senate-democrats-start-push-for-the-payroll-tax-cut-extension/
Nevermind that it was Democrats that originally pushed the legislation that provided the TEMPORARY break in payroll taxes opposed by Republicans (Tax breaks are only good when they benefit the wealthy most, not lowly peasants). Note that there's a current proposal out there to once again cut the payroll tax. It is once again being pushed by Democrats and opposed by Republicans. Funny to watch the spin (quack) doctors at Townhall trying to put that on those tax and spend democrats rather than the spend and don't tax (at least not rich people) Republicans.
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Kyll-Why-T Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 10:27 AM
Yeah, more Allen West, Michele Bachman and Sarah Palin, that's the answer. Funniest post ever.
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