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Since when did freedom not require responsibility? Where did that idea come from? Freedom has always required responsibilities. Just because you have the freedom to do anything, doesn't mean it's the right thing to do.
Star, you are the best. Thanks for being one of the beacons of truth despite criticism from both sides. If only the Dems acted like they believed MLK's admonition to judge not by the color of one's skin, but by the content of one's character.
John, couldn't agree more, but the Repubick egomaniacs will see the election as an endorsement of their weak leadership.
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A Tough Night At MSNBC

Ralph56 Wrote: Nov 06, 2014 9:31 AM
Just think how much worse it could have been for Dems if the press had done its job and reported on all the Democrat scandals, as they have been so relentless in doing to Republicans. As unpaid lobbyists for the Dems, they are the only thing between the Dems holding on to any office and a total collapse of the party.
The Chinese "strategy" works for awhile, but make no mistake, the doctrine of Islam alone causes Isis. Military intervention didn't force ISIS to kill Christians in ther ME who had been living there before there ever were Muslims. It's the doctrine, stupid.
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Bordering on Madness

Ralph56 Wrote: Oct 26, 2014 7:36 AM
So are you saying we should continue to allow everyone to stream across the border? EVERYONE should be stopped at the border and allowed to come in AFTER they have been properly vetted. I'm just looking at a television story about a criminal from Mexico criminal who had been deported twice and is now getting medical treatment. Is that your idea of good immigration policy? If so, then you're right in step with current practice.
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Bordering on Madness

Ralph56 Wrote: Oct 26, 2014 7:31 AM
For the comment "I'm as good as you", how about a response of "you're right. Just be as good as me on your side of the border".
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Jeanne Shaheen's Ebola Opportunities Team

Ralph56 Wrote: Oct 23, 2014 9:20 AM
So if you reject Scott Brown, who should voters in NH support; that bulwark of the pro-life movement, Jean Shaheen? As much as I support pro-life, Jean Shaheen is by far the most damaging. We would all like to have a perfect candidate to support, but there isn't one.
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Why Republicans Don't Get It

Ralph56 Wrote: Oct 22, 2014 8:13 AM
After losing the 2006 elections, Mitch McConnell said the repubicks have to be content to be a regional party. The point is, the repubicks only care about winning selective seats by those candidates who agree with them, period. By in large, the repubicks agree with Dems, so exactly how would we benefit from voting for these clowns other than the country taking slightly longer to go down the tubes because they would spend at a lower rate than the commiecrats?
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Who's Afraid of 'Rocky Mountain Heist'?

Ralph56 Wrote: Oct 20, 2014 5:50 AM
I lived through both of those elections and didn't hear any credible source saying there was no difference between those candidates. Maybe a low information voter of that day, Unfortunately, there is only a difference of degree of how quickly the country will go broke in the two parties' philosophies.
What is the statute of limitations on prosecuting her? Any chance of deporting her too? Just axin.
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