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Romney Can Close the Deal

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 5:42 PM
"He won't be sullen and playing rope-a-dope like Muhammad Ali" UH-OH... RACIST!!! RACIST!!! RACIST!!! Sorry...had to play the game...hopefully only four weeks left to play this game.
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Got Racism?

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 10:59 AM
DESPERATION???
Actually...some animals do mate for life...does that make polyamorous' less than an animal? I think so.
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The art of self-restraint

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 1:25 PM
By calling it a tax, Justice Roberts also tightened the noose around all of the democrats responsible for Obamacare and left it up to us to kick out the chair. That in itself will be most satisfying. This should be the "Read My Lips...No New Taxes" moment for democrats.
21 votes in the senate and a new president is all it takes.
Lets not forget all of the "free-bee" propaganda from the press. If a price could be put on that, Obama would exceed the GDP in spending for 2008.
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Obamacare: A Case In Point

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 5:06 PM
It would not surprise me if all of the conservative justices wrote the opinion and controlled the narrative of the decision. My understanding is that the liberals were perfectly happy to have expanded the commerce clause. By writing the opinion, he removed any doubt that it was a tax, it had nothing to do with the commerce clause, and by making it constitutional, left the blame at the feet of the democrats and us to take care of the situation. 51% is all it takes to get rid of the law because it is a tax.
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Obamacare: A Case In Point

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Jul 01, 2012 5:00 PM
Justice Roberts did the right thing for several reasons. 1. He preserved the Commerce Clause as it is currently interpreted. 2. He called it what it was from the very beginning. 3. By calling it a tax, he has put the hangman's noose around the democrats (ALL of the democrats) and left it up to us to kick the chair out from under them. 2010 was about the health care law; by ruling it constitutional, he has reignited the fire of the Tea Party and left the democrats with a lot to explain. 4. He has called on us to take control of our country and pay more attention to who we elect. 5. By breaking rank with conservatives, he has restored the perception of non-partisan nature of the court.
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Why All My Ex's Live In Texas

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 1:38 PM
Austin has been "looney left" for some time now. It seems to well contained.
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Why All My Ex's Live In Texas

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 1:37 PM
The liberals we have down here are typically steeped in the liberal ideology. They won't see the light (note my use of "won't" rather than "don't"). Luckily, we have only an island of liberalism (Austin).
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Why All My Ex's Live In Texas

randallhsmith1 Wrote: Jun 27, 2012 1:32 PM
Root ended the article perfectly. “Come on down, ya’ll are welcome. Just leave your liberal politics at home.” is exactly how we feel. I worry about "immigrants" to Texas because some of them bring their political baggage with them and try to screw up our state. We have a saying in Texas: "We don't care how you did it up North...you are in Texas now."
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