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I'm still looking for a real, honest-to-God conservative with principles, values and core beliefs like Ronald Reagan had. The speech he gave when he announced that he was no longer a Democrat is something I want to hear from everyone with the idea that they can get the GOP nomination. Just sayin'.
From David Quammen, author of "Ebola," on Anderson Cooper 365, and played over and over on Rush Limbaugh's radio show October 3: "You can't isolate neighborhoods; you can't isolate nations. It doesn't work. And people talk about, 'Well, we shouldn't allow any flights from Liberia.' I mean, we in America, how dare we turn our backs on Liberia? Given the fact that this is a country that was founded in the 1820s, 1830s because of American slavery, we have a responsibility to stay connected with them and help them see this through." In other words, as Rush said, "This is all OUR fault." Liberals HATE America and everything she stands for and has accomplished. I guess by "staying connected with them," we should not close our borders but just let them all over here or fly over there and treat them and get sick ourselves.
You know what I wish? I wish someone with real talent at negotiating were the Secretary of State. I have no faith at all in John Kerry. I don't think the world has much faith in him OR his boss, either. Obama had the chance to nip the prospect of a nuclear Iran in the bud when they held their elections several years ago. He wet himself.
Obama will get another "shellacking" in November's offyear elections and the Dems will come back with more fraudulent ballots in 2016 and take the White House again. I can't understand how there can be so many unhappy voters who are ANGRY at this sorry piece of work yet who "approve of him" personally. How can you like a LIAR? How can you like someone who is so disconnected with people that he delays response to the first American beheaded by ISIS and then fistbumps on the golf course with his boy toy? There is a disconnect somewhere, and I think it is along the lines of honest ballots cast at the polling place versus dead people voting early and often (and always Democrat). Karl Rove LAUGHED about Cayuhoga County's statistically impossible voter return in 2012 instead of leading the pack to investigate that and other such results.
Republican voters in Kansas should do what voters in Mississippi should do: Hold their noses and vote for the Republican. Do NOT stay home. Do NOT "not vote" for senate. Remember, voting for someone is also voting AGAINST the other person, and we cannot abide another even TWO years of the abominable Obama rule. I don't like the direction the conservative wing of the GOP has taken, either. I live in California and voted with confidence for Ahnold, but he was as far left a RINO as one could get, toadying to the unions who kicked his butt in the election after he was sworn in as governor. Wanting to be re-elected, he bowed down to them and now we have the prospect of a real leftist, Moonbeam Brown. Conservatives need to stand up and explain in words of one syllable how conservativism works. Low Information Voters need to be educated.
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Ebola and Obama

KYoung43 Wrote: Oct 07, 2014 7:41 AM
The issue of Obama's place of birth has to do with his eligibility to be president at all. Being born elsewhere does not mean a person cannot love America for all of her wonderful qualities--opportunities for advancement, infrastructure, and freedoms of all sorts. Obama has had six-plus years to take this country back 50 years in racial relations and back even further in the eyes of the world. Our friends don't trust us (HIM), and our enemies laugh at us (at HIM) because of his fecklessness. Ebola is an example of how he thinks he can manage a disease that even HE, "The One," is not immune to. I think he is deeply disturbed, but the masses are going to suffer for it even more than we have suffered already.
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Dr. Emanuel's Death Wish

KYoung43 Wrote: Oct 06, 2014 4:59 PM
This essay is DISGUSTING. I hope Dr. Emanuel doesn't live to 75 so he and his wack-job philosophy of who deserves to live beyond that age die with him. I remember Kathleen Sibelius holding forth over a young girl who needed a heart-lung transplant. She was large enough physically to receive adult heart and lungs, but her age was a year or two below "the minimum," which to me sounded like an arbitrary figure. Anyway, Sibelius's justification for sentencing this young girl to an early death was, "Some people live, some people die." Death Panel 101.
That Obama sure likes to run his mouth, but no one of any import stands up to him IN THE MOMENT and tells him he's full of it OR challenges him to prove what he's saying is correct. He blathers off details that have no merit (the cost of treating a patient with diabetes meds versus letting them get so ill a foot has to be amputated smears the doctors who take the Hippocratic Oath; the "countless Americans" who work for minimum wage--the total amount is less than two percent of all working Americans, so it isn't "countless" at all). Axelrod no longer works for POTUS,so he can say what he wants, but I don't think THINKING Americans are paying much attention. They SEE what is happening when they go to the doctor, shop for groceries, gas up their cars. They have had their epiphany (yet again) that Socialist-Leftist-Democrat pie in the sky policies DO. NOT. WORK. Never have, never will. Barry likes to hear himself talk.
Excellent column.
Actors are paid huge sums of money because they play let's pretend. They are NOT the brightest bulbs on the string. In fact, many of them did not finish their educations. They decided to try their luck at acting. Some of them made it. And I'm happy for them. But they do NOT have the gray cells to form a cogent thought about anything that's going on around them, as Mr Affleck demonstrates. They spout the liberal line because liberals control Hollywood and they want to work.
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