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The Republican Fiscal Cave Is Much Worse Than The Fiscal Cliff

libadvsor Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 7:51 AM
If the Republican cave, I'm afraid the GOP will lose the loyalists that put them there in the first place. I and others like me are tired, tired of standing our ground and then witnessing our leaders flounder and cave. A national newspaper campaign outlining our rationale approach has to be made to counter the demagogery the Dems and main Street press absolute lies. We must not cave. Stand for principle and get reelected.
ROUNDBABY Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 1:02 PM
AMEN STAND UP AND BE COUNTED-ESPECIALLY THE ONES THAT DIDN'T VOTE FOR ROMNEY LAST TIME. YOU CAN;T COMPLAIN ATALL IF YOU DIDN;T DO YOU'RE PART EVEN IF YOU WE'RNT SATISFIED. THE EVI L ONE IS OBAMMER. SO DON'T FORGET TO GO AFTER THE ONES THAT DIDN'T GET OFF THE COUCH AND OUT OF MAMA'S BASEMENT. ARE YOU GOING TO SET THERE AND LET OBAMMER GET YOU'RE GUN NUMBERS FROM YOU OR ARE YOU GOING TO SAY FROM MY COLD DEAD HANDS YOU'RE NOT TAKING AWAY MY DREAM FOR THIS COUNTRY. QUIT WHINNING AND BLAMING OUR OWN--AS THE DIVIDED WILL SURELY FALL. . THATS EXACTLY WHAT THE LIBERAL'S WANT US TO DO. HELL NO WE A'INT GOING TO TAKE IT ANYMORE--CALL YOU'RE ELECTED OFFICIALS AND DON'T GO ASLEEP ON THE COUCH!!

The fiscal cliff debacle showed conclusively that the GOP establishment is a completely ineffective guardian of our liberties against President Obama and the Washington ruling class. Forget fantasies about reversing the growth of the state, let alone stopping such growth; Boehner’s boys can’t even slow it down.

The fight over the debt ceiling is shaping up to be more of the same. This week, Obama announced that he is not going to negotiate over the debt ceiling. Republicans are in shock, but the rest of the country is in shock that the Republicans...

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