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Republicans and Blacks

Ralph56 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 10:24 AM
Let me see if I understand what you're saying about school vouchers. You would rather have poor people of any color not be able to put their children in good schools because you think white conservatives (what about white liberals and black conservatives?) would also take advantage of this option? That's like denying rescue to a lifeboat full of people of all races in the ocean because there may be some white conservatives in it. Sounds racist to me.
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The Obama Legacy: Decreasing Freedom

Ralph56 Wrote: Mar 17, 2014 11:44 AM
Since he considers it a colonial power, with all the negative attributes associated with it, Obama has made it no secret he thinks the U.S. needs to be taken down a peg or two. In that regard, he and his ilk will consider his presidency a resounding success. The goal appears to be one where if someone in another country is asked "what do you think of the U.S.", to him, the correct answer would be "What's the U.S?"
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A Love/Hate Relationship With CPAC

Ralph56 Wrote: Mar 10, 2014 11:23 AM
Good article, but I do understand why conservatives are unwilling to lay out their vision so early before 2016. There's plenty of time to do that in 2015. Let's hope they do it then.
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A Love/Hate Relationship With CPAC

Ralph56 Wrote: Mar 10, 2014 11:20 AM
Yo Joycey You may think politicians are not "teachers", conservative politicians need to be. Low information voters are such because they are inundated by the lies of the left and need re-education, aka the truth, in order to be convinced otherwise. If conservative politicians don't educate them whenever possible, who will?
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Thank These Republicans for Obamacare

Ralph56 Wrote: Mar 07, 2014 9:49 AM
Ann is partially right about amnesty keeping Republican voters home. A large number of conservatives were also put off by the profligate spending by Republican politicians which usually define the difference between them and Dems. Bush and the Repubicks gave us Pelosi, Reed, and ultimately Obama by becoming Democrat light and betraying their constituents.
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Is Fracking As Scary As It Sounds?

Ralph56 Wrote: Feb 22, 2014 12:54 PM
Fracknation is probably the best example of film journalism I've seen. This couple takes their investigation to the belly of the beast (Cal Berkeley) and got the climate change gurus to admit fracking presents no environmental hazard.
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Cruz Control? Part II

Ralph56 Wrote: Feb 20, 2014 11:41 AM
The extreme left gradually took the Democrat party to the hard left by gradually eliminating moderates wherever they could and bullied the rest into submission. It's not rocket science. All it takes is concentrated effort and the message will get sent. Defeat of McConnell would go a long way in getting the rest in line.
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Cruz Control? Part II

Ralph56 Wrote: Feb 20, 2014 11:36 AM
Take the long term view and gradually primary their butts out of office.
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Parting Company

Ralph56 Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 10:51 AM
Dr. Williams, I agree with your proposal; and in fact, many have tried this on a micro scale in states that are so "blue" that their citizens have moved to "red" states to escape the tyranny of the "blue" states. Unfortunately, the Libs in the "blue" states move to the "red" states and turn them "blue"
If you're serious about stopping shootings, don't allow Democrats from owning guns. All of the shooters of the mass killings in the last 20 years have that one thing in common. They were all Democrats/Liberals. That gives credence to the hypothesis that Liberalism is a mental disease.
The way the Repubics are running their side of the Senate, McConnell is certainly vulnerable to a Dem, which is all the more reason to run a more conservative candidate and "primary" him.
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