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Saving Private Bryan

Linda2808 Wrote: Aug 07, 2014 10:37 AM
Mike I love all your articles because I see you fight for what is right, true and just. You're a godsend to many.
Ted Cruz 2016!
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

Linda2808 Wrote: Jul 10, 2014 12:07 AM
How sad. Side with the cheaters, liars, and thieves. No wonder our country is in such trouble. We know the left has no morals, but it looks like many on the right has forgotten what this country stands for. No one fears God, only their guy winning.
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Tea Party: Learn From Al Gore

Linda2808 Wrote: Jul 09, 2014 11:59 PM
So ann, you're okay with sleazy liars who cheat, bribe and lie? How can we expect you to understand we need to clean up DC, you pushed romney? I can't take credit for this comment, but someone made an excellent point. "Where would we be now if George Bush had just given up and let Gore win. Corruption, where ever it raises its ugly head, needs to be utterly destroyed. If the GOPe really wanted to keep the Senate, they never would have pulled a filthy stunt" Cochran and his ilk put out radio ads, made robo calls, and sent flyers that said if Mcdaniels is elected, people would lose the right to vote and welfare benefits would be cut off. To top it off they paid democrats $15 a head to vote for a man they knew would never vote for him in November. Rinos are starting to resemble the left. How are they any different than obama? When we accept corruption on the right, we have lost the country.
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Thad Cochran's Voting-Rights Victory

Linda2808 Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 11:59 PM
Cheating is terrible, but having someone arrested so they could get a picture of him in campaign ads is despicable. I would sue everyone at the Cochran campaign, the police who helped them and the prosecutor who set bail so high for political reasons. Whoever really did do this needs to be held accountable. This wife and his two sons will remember this forever.
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Thad Cochran's Voting-Rights Victory

Linda2808 Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 11:54 PM
Continued. Cochran campaign is responsible for this. "He was so shocked at being accused of something he didn't do, and Cochran used his arrest photo in a political ad … Mark was a transactional lawyer – loan closings, title work – for three banks in the Jackson area. On the day his picture was in the paper, all three banks called him and said, 'Mark, you're fired.' That devastated him. He lost his business. He had to let his secretaries go." Madison Assistant Police Chief Robert Sanders said it's not unusual for officers from one department to cross city lines, particularly when it involves a suspect in a case they are working. "We were notified that morning that Mr. Mayfield was possibly deceased," Sanders said. "… I was in contact with the (Ridgeland) patrol commander that morning before our officers went there. Our (Criminal Investigation Commander) responded with two other investigators, went to the scene, confirmed his identity and left." Ridgeland Police Chief Jimmy Houston said he met with the Mayfield family on Friday and they discussed charges against Madison PD. "They did not pursue charges at that time," Houston said. "They chose to let everything settle down and hold off, and we will have another meeting with them the end of this week or first of next week." Houston said his investigators are "looking into the process."
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Thad Cochran's Voting-Rights Victory

Linda2808 Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 11:52 PM
Cochran's appeal to black voters may not have been honorable. It certainly wasn't conservative. But it was indubitably effective. Was Mayfields death honorable? Mark Mayfield's family plans to sue or bring charges against the city of Madison, its police department or "anyone responsible" after Mayfield's apparent suicide Friday. Mayfield's relatives, already angered over his arrest in May in the U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran photo scandal, say Madison police were trespassing when they showed up at his home in Ridgeland after he apparently shot himself. They say Mayfield's arrest was politically motivated by supporters of Cochran and drove him to suicide. "The funeral is (Tuesday), but the first of next week, we will be suing the city of Madison," said Mayfield's nephew, Ridgeland Alderman Wesley Hamlin. "It's the highest degree of abuse of power." Hamlin and Mayfield's brother-in-law, attorney John Reeves, said the family also is considering filing trespassing or other charges against Madison police officers who came to Mayfield's home on Friday. Madison police officials say three officers went to Mayfield's home to confirm his identity after hearing of his possible death, checked in with Ridgeland police before they arrived, and were only there for about 10 minutes. Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler, a Cochran supporter, declined comment on possible charges or litigation, but said "This is a tragic situation for Mississippi … emotions are high and there are a lot of allegations." Mayfield was arrested by Madison police on May 22, in a case that has drawn national attention as part of the bitter Mississippi GOP primary between Cochran and tea party challenger Chris McDaniel. Mayfield and three other McDaniel supporters were charged with felony conspiracy, accused of plotting to photograph Cochran's bedridden wife in her nursing home bed for use in a political hit piece video. Mayfield was a respected attorney, state Republican and tea party leader, husband and father of two sons. Friends, family and his attorneys have said his arrest was politically motivated and his treatment by Madison authorities – including his bond being set at $250,000 -- was overboard. Reeves, said: "I've been an attorney for 32 years, and they don't set drug dealers' bonds that high." Reeves said Mayfield's "life crashed" after his arrest.
Better start going to bed even earlier. Rinos want immigration (amnesty) as their bosses need it (obama & chamber of commerce). You'll be working to subsidize a lot more people, thats if they don't take your job, because they will do it for less. Guess who will get rich off the whole deal?
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Preserving Power at Any Cost

Linda2808 Wrote: Jun 28, 2014 12:05 AM
In an interview with Breitbart News on Thursday, McInnis--the Hinds County Democrats' top official--said that Perry asked Democrats to help him "break the law" by working together to accept Democratic voters who voted in the June 3 Democratic primary and in Tuesday's GOP runoff. Charging that Perry "has never ran a legal election in this state" because "he was never qualified by the Secretary of State's office," McInnis alleged that Perry asked him and county Democrats not to share records of who voted in each primary on June 3. The practice--called "switching the books"--is where, heading into a runoff, Democrats and Republicans swap poll books that list which voters voted in the respective parties' recent primaries. McInnis alleged in an interview with Breitbart News that Connie Cochran, Sen. Cochran's sister-in-law and the Perry and Hinds County election commissioner, asked local Democrats not to switch the poll books. "In the state of Mississippi, you have to take steps to prevent crossover voting," McInnis said. "If you voted Democrat in the Democratic primary, you can't vote in the Republican runoff. The way we protect that is we switch the poll books. Pete Perry and Connie Cochran, who's the chair of the election commission, called us and asked us not to switch the books--which is a clear violation of the law." McInnis and his fellow Hinds County Democratic Executive Committee member, Chairwoman Jacqueline Amos-Norris, provided Breitbart News with email evidence that Perry and Connie Cochran were trying to not "switch the books" on runoff day. "Connie, unless I send you something in writing, it does not exist," Norris wrote to Connie Cochran in the email dated June 18, six days before the runoff. "Claude informed me of what Pete said to you about the Poll Books and that's not true and not legal. If I need to come down, please let me know.” What supposedly happened, according to McInnis and Norris, is that Perry told Connie Cochran that McInnis agreed to not switch the books. McInnis and Norris both said that isn't and wasn't true, which was why Norris sent that email to Connie Cochran to inform her that it was not true. "She stated that she told him it wasn't going to happen, and that was the end of it," Norris told Breitbart News. McInnis also alleged that Perry personally illicitly decided which absentee ballots in Hinds County would be allowed and which ones would not: “This is a thing that's supposed to happen at the precincts. But we watche
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Preserving Power at Any Cost

Linda2808 Wrote: Jun 27, 2014 7:20 PM
Busted! To make matters even more interesting, Democrats in Hinds County are accusing Cochran’s Hinds County Republicans of illegal activity. In an interview with Breitbart News on Thursday, McInnis--the Hinds County Democrats' top official--said that Perry asked Democrats to help him "break the law" by working together to accept Democratic voters who voted in the June 3 Democratic primary and in Tuesday's GOP runoff. Charging that Perry "has never ran a legal election in this state" because "he was never qualified by the Secretary of State's office," McInnis alleged that Perry asked him and county Democrats not to share records of who voted in each primary on June 3. The practice--called "switching the books"--is where, heading into a runoff, Democrats and Republicans swap poll books that list which voters voted in the respective parties' recent primaries. http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/06/27/McDaniel-Rushes-To-Review-Ballots-From-Tuesday-s-Election
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