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Is Putin the Irrational One?

michigander4 Wrote: Mar 18, 2014 8:05 AM
Once again Pat is making too much sense. Unable to rationally counter what he says, his detractors attack him personally.
If the average Obama voter knew how obscenely fat the GM pensions and healthcare plans that they helped bail out are, they would be outraged. And, are the GM workers "grateful" for the bailout, and determined to hunker down and do an exceptional job to improve quality and efficiency? Well, you can stop and ask them next time you drive by one of their factories. You'll find them in the parking lot drinking beer and smoking weed, just as before.
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What Would the GOP Do?

michigander4 Wrote: Mar 11, 2014 9:28 AM
Dammit, Pat, I hate it when you're right!
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A Love/Hate Relationship With CPAC

michigander4 Wrote: Mar 09, 2014 7:55 AM
RE: "Polling shows the American public leans to the right on nearly every major issue, but far more people vote to the left." Truer words never spoken. I can't tell you the number of people I know who work their butts off, raise their children right, hate government meddling in their business, go to church every Sunday, and who voted for Obama in both elections. It drives me crazy!
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Obama Must Go

michigander4 Wrote: Mar 03, 2014 8:48 AM
And it was an opportunity to shed their guilt while enjoying a sense of superiority over the rest of us, because they, unlike those knuckle dragging Rebublicans, voted for an African American.... and, they felt Soooooo Gooood when they left the voting booth.
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Obama Must Go

michigander4 Wrote: Mar 03, 2014 7:21 AM
Right, John, "Obama Must Go." Problem is he ain't goin' nowhere. So the question becomes, Can we survive for another 4 years? In my view the only hope is for Repubs to hang on to the House and capture a veto-proof majority in the Senate in November. Given the GOP's propensity for shooting itself in the foot, I don't have a lot of faith in that happening.
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Obama Must Go

michigander4 Wrote: Mar 03, 2014 7:14 AM
Well said..... but can we survive for another 4 years? In my view the only hope is to hang on to the House and capture a veto-proof majority in the Senate in November.
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Acting Like a Founder

michigander4 Wrote: Feb 26, 2014 7:42 AM
I am one of those elderly folks who has lost hope in our political process... and here is why: When Obama was elected the first time in 2008 in spite of being a product and student of the corrupt thuggery politics of Chicago / Cook County / Illinois, I said to myself, "Okay, I can understand how a lot of folks want to be able to tell their grandchildren that they voted for the first African-American president." But when they put him back in office four years later, I became convinced that the electorate was totally uninformed...... totally out to lunch and willing to let the country go down the tubes. I never want to hear the old canard uttered again that the country's voters are center-right. They are far-left when it comes to presidential elections. Get ready for them to prove it again when they elect Hillary in 2016.
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A Chilling Proposal

michigander4 Wrote: Feb 25, 2014 8:46 AM
Hey Doc, What do you mean by "exposed" for being biased to Conservative ideas? Nobody's trying to hide the conservative bias of talk radio or the FNC. Unlike the liberal media, they wear their conservatism on their sleeves. If you're okay with a government agent hanging around news rooms and broadcast stations, just say so. But don't impune others who object to it.
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A Chilling Proposal

michigander4 Wrote: Feb 25, 2014 7:18 AM
RE: "Liberals are patient, tireless and relentless, and they'll try again when they think they can get away with it." Exactly right. It's called "incrementalism." They just keep chipping away, a little bit here, a little bit there. Sometimes they are forced to back-peddle, but they just lay back and wait for the next opportunity to start chipping away again. A good example is the evolution of being openly gay in the military. Bill Clinton tried to impose it 20 years ago, but conservatives pushed back. The compromise was "Don't Ask - Don't Tell." The liberals were patient; they waited for the right moment when Obama had a Secretary of Defense (Gates) and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs (Mullen) who rammed the openly gay policy down our throats.
RE: "No, Ms. McDonough. The only people “enshrining sexuality” into law are “progressive” social engineers like Barack Obama, Justice Anthony Kennedy and the rest of you godless lefties -- hell-bent on taking the screws to America." Don't forget Robert Gates who as Secretary of Defense advocated for allowing open homosexuality in the military.In his book "DUTY" he gives the lame excuse that if he hadn't done it in a measured and orderly fashion, the Supreme Court would have probably forced the military to do it "overnight." What a crock o. s.
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