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GOP Future: From Tea to Pot?

Reaganite12 Wrote: 11 hours ago (11:09 AM)
Agreed. You might also call them Democrat enablers. They're very good at that job, sorry to say. They've been playing at being good "solid" conservatives, but just wait till after the elections when they feel safe to be themselves.
May be petty to you but, to most of us, a million here and million there - it adds up quickly. Especially when it goes to people who owe back taxes while working for the tax-collecting IRS. Agree we need to end subsidies to all well-connected industries (yes, the green ones especially). But also make the federal government employees, elected or bureaucrat, live by the same laws the rest of us do.
Hopefully, he will remain at the "thinking about it" stage.
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Who Needs Laws?

Reaganite12 Wrote: 12 hours ago (10:51 AM)
"It will be of little avail to the people that the laws are made by men of their own choice if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent that they cannot be understood."....James Madison
Very true.
To be fair, if they were here and working under Obamacare rules, their patients would be limited to 15-minute, one-topic office visits while the doctor tried to fill in a 50-field electronic medical record screen while trying to simultaneously diagnose and examine.
And what percentage of the population of this country is happy with paying for the protection of most of the rest of the world? Or happy paying for most of the corrupt UN budget, either? We need to stop paying for both!!
Those doctors were. I agree that the US needs to stop wasting money on all foreign countries.
The ones who voted both places need to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. States should be required to purge their voter rolls every few years. It goes without saying that people should have to show ID when they vote also.
Evil is the only word for this. Brings thoughts of child sacrifice to Moloch and concentration camp incinerators.
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