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Shummer's and the Democrats message to the rest of the Nation is that we should capitulate to Government, be thankful this season for their beneficence for they know what best for us. Self determination is just so blasé and old fashioned.
A day late Governor, Millions have already been lost due to property damage, looting and lost revenue. Many small business owners may lose it all, unable to sustain the economic hardship.
Why wasn't the National Guard deployed prior to the release of verdict to protect private property instead of just watching rioters torch, vandalize and loot businesses no way involve in the Brown incident? The Governor and local authorities were given a 48 hour window to prepare and apparently did nothing.
Continuing to fan the flames of civil unrest Obama addresses the Nation after the Grand Jury results are in: "This is not just an issue for Ferguson, this is an issue for America," Obama said. "There are still problems and communities of color aren't just making this up."
Any Democrat who enters the campaign does so at their own peril. All come with the baggage of being Democrat so badly has Obama tarnished the brand. Its going to force all of them to distance themselves from the President and his policies. The problem is I don't think the Nation will buy it. If the Republicans can adeptly negotiate the next two years the White House is theirs to lose.
The President can't take a shellacking like a man.
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Michael IL Wrote: Nov 23, 2014 8:13 PM
Buffoon.
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Michael IL Wrote: Nov 23, 2014 8:12 PM
WTF are you blathering about?
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Michael IL Wrote: Nov 23, 2014 6:57 PM
Expect more of the same, ie. legislation through Executive fiat. The Republicans have but only two options: First, challenge his Executive orders in Court. Second, defund the mechanism by which implementation of his EO's are executed. There is one further possibility, nullification. According to Judge Napolitano, the most significant thing that the House and Senate could do would be to insert the language into a larger bill, since the president does not have line-item veto power. "He can't cross out something that he doesn't like and sign the rest. So if there's legislation he really needs and the country really wants and must have - like funding the Defense Department - they could sneak in there legislation nullifying these executive orders [and] he'd be forced to sign it," said Napolitano, adding that President Obama remains devoted to an "ideological view of transforming American society."
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Michael IL Wrote: Nov 23, 2014 6:37 PM
The dynamic is changing this cycle. The RNC will no longer permit members of the MSM moderate Republican debates fielding up gotcha questions to make the candidates appear weak. “ For too long, it’s been the media that’s decided when we’re going to debate, who is going to be in the debate, what questions are going to be asked, what subjects are going to be forward....As we all know, the liberal media does not have the interest of the party at hand . . . You should not just have left-wing, liberal moderators asking questions of our candidates and determining that.” - RNC spokesman Sean Spicer
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