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It's not that Ted Cruz isn't ready - it's that he isn't electable. Ted Cruz only makes sense to far-Right Tea Partiers.
The GOP is out of ideas. They only trot out ancient and antiquated philosophies that were popular in 1980 among bigoted white guys. That ship has sailed. That is why Obama won re-election handily in 2012 even though oven-Mitt was spouting the exact rhetoric the GOP wanted hear - he was on the opposite end of everything Obama stood for. Right now, the GOP's only chance is Scott Walker and even he will be exposed as a sad puppet for billionaires if he wins the nomination.
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We Are Not ‘All God’s Children’

Mark4414 Wrote: Feb 10, 2014 10:25 AM
My goodness….come to God through fear of burning forever in an illogical made-up place called hell…..so sad. God is not petty and vindictive (i.e. like Matt Barber). We are not children of a lesser God. Read "What God Wants" by Neale Donald Walsch for an intelligent, thoughtful and completely uplifting examination of God.
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Woody Allen's War on Women

Mark4414 Wrote: Feb 05, 2014 1:13 AM
A key part this article leaves out…..Allen took and passed a lie detector test on these allegations. Mia Farrow REFUSED to take a lie detector test on her actions.
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All You Need is Love

Mark4414 Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 11:02 AM
I'll believe this when the GOP starts increasing funding for child care, single mothers, job training, food stamps, et al. Until then, this is pure hypocrisy. You can't champion "for life", when you don't fund the programs to actually support it.
I don't think this will sell at all. The people are tired of getting screwed by policies that only benefit the 1%. Period. They want something done now. Having a bunch of white hairs "investigating" and "exploring"….no way. The GOP is seen as the party of total obstruction to any meaningful improvement for 99% of the American people when they need it most. The government used to create jobs back in the 40's/50's. Then Reagan destroyed all of it in 1981 by "letting the bulls loose". Wages have stayed stagnant since. The GOP can't sell their ideas anymore. The people have caught on.
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Marriage: The Real Fight Has Just Begun

Mark4414 Wrote: Jan 27, 2014 11:16 PM
Bigotry never wins.
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A Non-Attorney Spokesperson

Mark4414 Wrote: Jan 23, 2014 10:43 AM
Bob McDonnell is guy who lectured everyone on "morality" yet possessed none on his own. Way too typical among far-right Republicans.
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Rise of The Unaccomplished

Mark4414 Wrote: Jan 09, 2014 6:38 PM
Reasonable article here but you could perform the exact same analysis for the Fox News pretenders as well. Do some research and look up their backgrounds - total joke for the most part.
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Ideology vs. Reality

Mark4414 Wrote: Jan 07, 2014 12:06 PM
This is a reasonable article as long as you can apply this thinking to the programs the far-right embraces - like the military and tax breaks for religious organizations.
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What the GOP Can Learn from Phil

Mark4414 Wrote: Dec 24, 2013 6:18 PM
Romney was on the opposite of pretty much every major issue with Obama - and he lost….badly. The far-right's ideas are no longer electable. Total delusion.
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