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Who Owns the Future?

para_dimz Wrote: Aug 08, 2014 8:22 AM
The future belongs to chaos.
Could we possibly deduce that the R voter wants actionable conservatism that is responsible? I'm not saying Tea Party backed candidates are irresponsible, at all. It is a statement that seeks to deduce R voter sentiments. Not mine.
Absent a veto proof majority in both houses come November, the Rs always have Ozero's veto pen to fallback on. They win, we lose. They lose, we lose bigger. But you won't hardly be able to tell the difference. They have just as many pigs at the trough as the Ds do.
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Indiana Is A Secret Border State

para_dimz Wrote: Jul 29, 2014 7:26 AM
Not to worry. Once they experience a winter like the one we just had they will hijack and IU buss to get back home. They'll never make it here.
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Bordering on Madness

para_dimz Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 6:43 PM
The Race Card is a defense best described as the fetal position of the user of it. Nothing left.
We cannot serve God and mammon. Chose ye this day whom you will serve.
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Bordering on Madness

para_dimz Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 7:07 AM
I suppose the use of "Bordering" in the title is to throw a bone to the statistical improbability but remote possibility that what passes for immigration policy today isn't "Absolute" Madness.
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Has the Right Lost Its Will to Fight?

para_dimz Wrote: Jul 18, 2014 8:49 PM
An elected representative is like a volunteer to the military. Both ought to expect that entry into those ranks brings an expectation that they are there to sacrifice themselves for the good of those they are charged to protect. Congresscritters Never do that. I will not tolerate the waiting game anymore. The House in particular holds the supreme power of government, the power of the purse. If those Rs in the House of Representatives were doing their job we would not need a new election for the purpose of winning the senate. What does that get us anyway? Neither chambers will have the votes to override a veto. So that leaves them with no other option, assuming Obama doesn't become negotiable in any effective sense, than to cram down a game of chicken on Obama; right exactly where they are now. So, in conclusion the 2014 election do not change the equation even if the Rs win the senate. Meaning that all the reasons they won't use the power of the purse (the veto and the press) remain. Awarding the Rs with the senate only rewards party animals. There's nothing new in it for us.
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Article One and Stunts

para_dimz Wrote: Jul 11, 2014 12:56 PM
Too many porkers at the government trough wearing the "R" branding. The squeal would be deafening. There'd be no bringing home the bacon forr starving the little porkers. Porkers don't play chicken very well.
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Declaration of Arms Before Independence

para_dimz Wrote: Jul 08, 2014 8:41 AM
jb168, outstanding reference! I hope it gets picked up and passed around quickly so that the states may exercise the power they retain in this clause to defend the borders. Bravo for the reminder.
Tanner has conjoined two terms for the purposes of this sad sell. He uses immigrant as a substitute for illegal alien. To do so and make his premises about the Tea Party and the impacts of immigration work he must assume the Tea Party is against all immigration which is certainly doubtful. This is a snow job, an end around, a bait and switch.
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