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Well, Jeb, we've currently got a President and Vice President who want to enforce the law as they want it to be . . . . not as it really is. So I can't really see the advantage of electing a Republican replacement who espouses the same philosophy. I don't see how we can just say "illegal" doesn't really mean THAT 'illegal' anymore . . . . . 'cause theft, and robbery, and breaking and entering are just "acts of love" . . . . trying to feed the family, y'know?
what a total dope. Matthews hasn't figured out a thing. Tomorrow, he's just as likely to be right back on Obama's side, reaming out the Republicans.
What I want to know is, what happened to Peter King? He was never particularly bright, but he always seemed (to me) to lean toward the conservative side -- now he's not just swung the other way, but he's attacking us every chance he gets. Who does he think is going to vote for him?
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Our Never Ending Obama Nightmare

Missourimule2 Wrote: Sep 14, 2013 7:08 AM
All true, and far more. Volumes could be written about the economic AND social rubble that will left behind by Barack H. Obama. But yet, where is the Republican to step up and lead us out? I don't see any. The Republican party is in complete disarray, with their own civil war going on. The 'mainstream' power structure in Washington is more inclined, incredibly, to keep trying to play Obama's games, and to try to help him look good -- I suppose, for fear of being called racists or obstructionists. The conservative leaders are leaders of the 'conservative wing' only, and have to fight the leaders in their own party, as well as the Democrats. And finally, the country is so polarized, politically, that all we can see is party - we can't see what's actually happening to the country.
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Michelle Obama Opposes Syria Strike

Missourimule2 Wrote: Sep 10, 2013 10:12 AM
. . . . so Barack could further appeal the Wuss-vote? Who the heck cares whether or not Michelle supports anything Obama wants to do. Neither of them belong in the White House, and both of them embarrass the country.
How much damage can one man do in 8 years, and never get the blame he deserves?
That's what I love about John McCain . . . . he's the best cheerleader the Democrat party has. And the State of Arizona, "God Bless 'em", they just keep sending him back.
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The Gay Takeover of America

Missourimule2 Wrote: May 09, 2013 10:51 PM
The problem is simple: we've lost our ability to say "no" . . . . to say, "that's wrong". We've allowed our 'freedom for all' constitution to translate to 'fear of offending minorities'. How dare we tell anyone that what they're doing is wrong? And if we can't do that, let's celebrate it,instead - let's raise them up so that they feel really, really good about themselves, as we sink lower and lower into the slime.
I don't know that we're a nation run by fools, but we seem to be a nation inhabited by fool . . . . fools who elect, and then re-elect this sort of malfeasance.
We're in a very dangerous time, because, seemingly, a big percentage of the country simply doesn't care. They've got their beer, their TV shows, and the Prez and his wife look pretty cool. On top of that, a big part of the media and the entertainment world happily joins in the effort to lull them to sleep. Want a few more of our civil liberties, Mr. President? Sure, no problem -- go ahead and take them. Too busy to really pay attention when our embassy's being attacked? Aw, that's OK -- it's just the Republicans trying to make a big deal out of it, anyway. Oh, and Mr. Obama, you say you want a third term? Well, sure, no problem - we'll make it work.
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