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The High Cost of Liberalism

McCargar Wrote: Apr 22, 2014 12:57 PM
Liberals can't pretend to be "for" addressing affordable housing while dictating policies that are "against" it.
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How Foreign Is Our Policy?: Part II

McCargar Wrote: Apr 02, 2014 12:41 PM
So many of us have been saying this for years. Why has it taken Dr. Sowell so long to connect the dots?
To what degree must someone fail in this administration, to get fired?
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How Foreign is Our Policy?

McCargar Wrote: Apr 01, 2014 1:02 PM
Obama learned that demagoguery, the politics of envy and promises of government largesse is the ticket to the change he desires.
Did Barone just claim that because the Democrats have run out of good decisions before the election, like the French losing to Germany; "a great nation was lost within a few days"?
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A Tiger of a Book

McCargar Wrote: Mar 18, 2014 4:33 PM
The politics of envy and promises of government largesse, sell best to the least informed among us...liberals.
Meanwhile.....the big-government advocates in the GOP have lost me. I'm finished supporting them. I'd rather "waste" my vote on a Libertarian than give the GOP any more reason and assistance to survive as a party.
He's easily proved wrong. Costas "you have to believe that more bad things than good, are going to come out of it." With over 270 million guns owned by U.S. citizens, it is clear that with dropping numbers of violent crime, and less than 30K per year including suicide/accidents/homicide, that a clear majority of guns and their owners are never involved in tragedy. This doesn't even address the number of times each year a gun is used for safety, or that criminals don't act because of the possibility of a person owning a gun. Again, his point was clearly not only wrong, but sensationalist hyperbole and demagoguery.
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Obama Must Go

McCargar Wrote: Mar 03, 2014 10:29 AM
The real problem is that the GOP doesn't stand for anything. Voting for the GOP for decades has not produced limited government in any sense. Every president, including Reagan, grows the size of government. Reagan grew it 22%. Bush - over 50%. I'm finished with the GOP.
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The 'Fairness' Fraud

McCargar Wrote: Feb 25, 2014 1:15 PM
I always told my children that there is no "fairness fairy" in life, and that their success would be based on their efforts.
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Cruz Control?

McCargar Wrote: Feb 20, 2014 12:43 PM
Dr. Sowell, you are seriously wrong. Over decades, voting for the GOP has done nothing to slow our descent into socialism. We either take a stand against the big-government, careerist GOP types, or give-in. The GOP 'is' dem-lite.
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