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The Rise of Putinism

Nathan223 Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 3:19 PM
Marine Le Pen and Nigel Farage, who are both surging in popularity, embrace Putin. Putin could be our strongest ally in the fight against Islamic terror, but, no, our media and the GOP unite to demonize the man. Some delusional idea that Putin is bringing back Stalinist Marxism causes many in the conservate base to react strongly to him, while the liberals know that he is perhaps the single largest threat to their international Dominion.
I hope she gets nominated, myself. A psycholeftist faux-Indian? We could nominate pretty much anyone and win the election.
1) Scott Walker 2) John Kasich (who I would never support anyway) 3) Jeb Bush (who I would never support anyway) 4) Rick Perry (who I probably wouldn't support anyway) Then, those who are at least equally well-qualified: 5) Mike Huckabee 6) Rick Santorum Some of those have had business experience, and the ones that don't have had a lot of political experience.
He's not impressed with the field? Is he kidding? It's far and away better than what we had in 2008 or 2012. This is the best field the GOP has had in years.
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The Radical Nature of Love

Nathan223 Wrote: Dec 13, 2014 3:11 PM
Eating and socializing with sinners is a bit different than approving of their behavior.
New Jersey is not Massachusetts. New Jersey isn't too far deep into the blue wall. A really popular Republican favorite son should be able to win it in a Presidential Election. That is going based off the politics of yesteryear, though, before insanity took complete hold of one whole party and infects the other.
You don't need to fully understand them to know that Congress should be the one making the laws.
Wait, but I thought the American people were in favor of mass amnesty! That's what I was told by the mainstream media and the GOP leadership.
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The College Rape Club

Nathan223 Wrote: Dec 11, 2014 3:47 PM
I'm 22, but I read books and realize how weird stuff is now. Reprobate insanity is being unleashed.
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WaPo Writer: "Santorum is Running Again"

Nathan223 Wrote: Dec 11, 2014 12:47 AM
So? That's because he ran defending the Iraq War at the nadir of that war's unpopularity.
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