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Ann, McConnell has been and is still dreadful in dealing with the Democrats. Sorry, but McConnell is one who needs to be replaced by the GOP primary. The polls I have read indicate that McConnell may lose a general election.
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A Tiger of a Book

Phil Byler Wrote: Mar 18, 2014 8:03 AM
According to the Left, what you just wrote is hate speech.
With all due respect to VDH, Obama is far worse than Nixon. The comparison is useful because what Nixon did to get impeached was less. Take the IRS. Nixon thought about using the IRS to audit some specific political enemies, but George Schultz nixed it. The second article of impeachment against Nixon was the alleged misuse of the IRS. By way of comparison, Obama's IRS targeted conservatives and religious organizations generally. Impeachment anyone?
Jeb did do a fine job in Florida. His national comments in the past year, however, have been not wise; and on the first year anniversary of the Benghazi attack, Jeb bestowed a Freedom Award on Hillary Clinton and hailing her. Jeb might as well as slapped each of members of the families of those lost loved at Benghazi.
McConnell must go. Republicans cannot win and cannot lead with him in a leadership position. He is an albatross around the GOP's neck.
Governor Brewer is a coward. A veto cannot rationally be justified on the ground that Brewer gives, that the problems that have appeared elsewhere (including nearby New Mexico) have not yet manifested in Arizona. The people of Arizona and their representatives have a right to enact legislation designed to prevent such problems from occurring. The New York Times is being disingenuous. Being forced to serve a "gay wedding" contrary to religious belief is a denial of religious liberty. To say, as the NYT does, that religious liberty is harmed by protecting the right not to serve what you don't believe in as a matter of religion is nonsense.
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Cruz Control? Part II

Phil Byler Wrote: Feb 20, 2014 7:27 AM
When you play not to lose, you end up losing. True in sports; true in politics.
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The Stupid Party Acting Stupidly

Phil Byler Wrote: Feb 13, 2014 7:51 AM
McConnell must go.
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A Bridge Too Far-Fetched

Phil Byler Wrote: Feb 06, 2014 7:20 AM
I thought Ann loved Christie. Apparently not. Her comments about Christie, though, do provide some of the reasons why Christie ought not be the 2016 GOP nominee for President. Now Ann needs to get over Romney. Bill O'Reilly's comments were true and just some of the reasons why Romney did not work as the 2012 GOP nominee for President.
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Will Jeb Bush Run in 2016?

Phil Byler Wrote: Jan 30, 2014 5:05 PM
I have great respect for how his brother GW Bush respected our troops. But Jeb Bush has said enough about immigration and has made attacks on strong TEA Party conservatives that the answer is that I am not interested in a Jeb Bush run.
Defeating Wendy Davis is important. If there be any holding back on throwing political punches against her by certain Republicans, those Republicans need to get out of politics.
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