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"GOP leaders are struggling to show they really are in charge" That being the case, they n fact are not in charge and we need a change in leadership!
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Is Liberalism Exhausted?

Longplay Wrote: Feb 27, 2015 8:23 AM
"... In 2012, James Stimson, arguably America's leading expert on U.S. public opinion, found that the country was more conservative than at any time since 1955." And yet we have a newly-elected GOP congressional majority that is spineless an impotent. The only conclusion one can draw is that they, like their Democrat "adversaries", are not conservatives.
And sadly, it will fall apart when Jeh (meh?) does get his - really *our* - money.
"Messy" rollout? How about "this disastrous and financially ruinous law"?
What? Didn't they get the message that the solution is jobs for jihad?
"Democrats: We must better explain what it means to be a Dem" Shouldn't that be "Democrats: We must better explain what it means to be a DUMB"?
Correct!
My insurance cossts, both premiums and deductibles, have skyrocketed this year, and I just learned that a major medication I will need for the rest of my life will now not be covered. Because of the high deductible, my policy is now essentially a catastrphic coverage policy, but purchased at the cost of a "cadillac" plan. The insurance companies, hated by the Left for supposed wrong-doing, are actually now worse thatn ever. Having gotten in bed the government devil to get a guaranteed and captive customer, they now can do and charge just about whatever they want. But just like those on the Left that imagine they can coopt Islamists in their war against the West and still survive, the insurance companies will eventually get eaten up by a Leftist government whose stated goal is a single-payer system. The ACA MUST be repealed, regardless of how many people might be "hurt" in the short term. The long-term consequences are too great.
BHO is a disgusting human being.
"No legitimate religious interpretation teaches adherents to commit unspeakable atrocities" such as those committed by the Islamic State, al-Qaida and other Muslim fanatics." Tell that to the Islamic scholars at al-Azhar University, Mr. Kerry. I think they know more about Islam than you. "For those who invest in John Kerry supreme religious authority, that statement is unquestionably true. The problem is that very few people take their religious cues from Kerry -- or Obama." No, the problem is that they do take it from the Koran.
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