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Ted Cruz, the GOP's Obama

Lonnie32 Wrote: Sep 25, 2013 2:52 PM
That might lead to exposure of their support of infesting the gubmint at the highest levels with muslim extremists.
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Ted Cruz, the GOP's Obama

Lonnie32 Wrote: Sep 25, 2013 2:47 PM
It is difficult to tell isn't it? I think I have been exposed to this writer for the last time. Comparing the won and Cruz could at least have been a bit more honest. There is NO comparison to an AA beneficiary and Senator Cruz.
Maybe we could do a poll of convicted lifer felons that could aid fancy nancy in her delusions. Or just poll insane asylums for corroboration. I think I do have a dead tree stump out in the yard that when added to nan's brainpower would possibly get her up to the level of a turnip. No offense to turnips anywhere intended and none were hurt in this post.
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Zero Chance

Lonnie32 Wrote: Sep 25, 2013 12:34 AM
If shutting down the gubmint is what it takes to defund o'care, then so be it. The bills will get paid but require prioritization on how to spend the $200B that comes to the gubmint through taxes EACH month. Let the petulant b*stard child keep the white house tours shut off. Maybe even the lofo's will see that little charade. Once o'care is funded, we are toast. Doesn't the exclusions to cronies, unions and big business tell you what a maleficent abomination it is? Exempting anyone is criminal and beyond the scope of the executives powers to pick and choose how much of the law to enforce. But then again, that has been the continuing pattern adopted by the won, a Constitutional "scholar."
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Once More Into the Snake Pit

Lonnie32 Wrote: Aug 29, 2013 12:46 PM
If ANYONE believes that American positions and values have any meaning or relevance to the won, I know of a bridge for sale. The only consideration given to an attack where we have no reason, rationale or justification or Constitutional authority, is merely a salve to the monumental ego of the won. . Somehow this moron has concluded that he should rule the world instead of attempting to govern "his" country. The hilarity shared by nations around the world are a tribute to the malfeasance and corruption of this regime. Can't we just vet this fraud and cleanse somewhat the political morass created by the criminals? We have hired a "secret squirrel" to guide the once proud nation, and he is a treasonous criminal along with pelosis, reid, shumer, mcCain and far to many others. When you hire someone to do a job beyond their capabilities, you MUST fire them. In gubmint, hires are forever despite lack of or tragic results.
The definition of a liberal is: Someone educated far beyond their capacity. Could not find a more apropos representative of that fact. Also an "expert": a drip under pressure. So long as there is money to be made and power gained through racism, it will last forever.
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Does the President Own Obamacare?

Lonnie32 Wrote: Aug 15, 2013 1:46 PM
Your last sentence, Verist, is the most chilling, frightening thing I will read today, or possibly for many days. Excellent post.Thank you
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Eric Holder's Prison Break

Lonnie32 Wrote: Aug 14, 2013 10:36 AM
Looks to me like eric the red is trying to look after HIS PEOPLE. This also appears to be a further approach to selective enforcement and justification for only enforcing the laws that the elites want enforced, a Constitutional issue. Not that I do not trust eric, but he is the second most corrupt "official" in the gubmint. He is also the #2 racist.
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Voting Rights -- and Wrongs

Lonnie32 Wrote: Aug 13, 2013 12:03 PM
Leb2: You got it right on all points. The denials by dems is merely the denial of their voter fraud initiative. Straw arguments are rampant around the sound bytes of the left. Requiring a valid id is paramount to honest elections and so easily obtained as to make irrelevant the leftist mantra that suppressing minorities votes is prevalent. Someday I hope for a return to honest, ethical government but have to wonder at this point if we have had that for the past hundred years.
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3 Reforms for the War on Drugs

Lonnie32 Wrote: Aug 11, 2013 11:29 AM
As in DUI prosecutions, there is far too much money, confiscation of property and incarceration aspects for the gubmint to do anything EXCEPT increase enforcement and the fleecing of the public. Any progress in rescheduling any drug will come when detection of use is possible roadside and instantly. We cannot expect gubmint to diminish any revenue stream with a noble respect for the Constitution or the limitations therein that are abused, and violated daily. Like the judges in Georgia that OWN probation facilities and profit from their own sentencing, the fed owns prisons and keeping them full is business not legality. Expecting anything but self serving actions from gubmint, is delusion of the highest caliber.
Not to mention the hundreds/thousands that now populate our government.
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