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It most certainly was amnesty. The quislings, like Rubio and McCain, in the Republican Party were the ones playing into liberals' hands. And the American people agree with us, in case you happened to miss the election last week. Many of the Republican candidates ran and won with their major platform being opposition to illegal immigration.
You lost me at "Conservatives need a leader that can speak about the plight of undocumented workers with instinctive empathy..." No, we don't. We need someone like Senator Sessions who can speak about the plight of the American citizen and how he is being screwed over by the collusion between the politicians and Big Business. We don't need someone fawning over law-breaking illegal alien invaders. Comprende?
Oh, joy! What if your donor is HIV-positive, but gives blood within that 11-day window where HIV isn't detectable? I guess it's all well and good if innocent people contract HIV, as long as we're embracing diversity and tolerant and all.
Just say no to funding this stupid pledge, Republicans. Why should we borrow billions for these giveaways to foreign countries, especially for bogus causes?
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Are New Ferguson Riots Inevitable?

Reaganite12 Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 4:22 PM
Michael's mom was involved in an assault on her ex-husband's stepmother earlier this month. You cannot make this stuff up. http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/ferguson-police-are-investigating-fight-involving-brown-family/article_5cfa07c2-2197-50c9-ad54-16abe00b80c0.html
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Are New Ferguson Riots Inevitable?

Reaganite12 Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 4:17 PM
Sorry! That should read will NOT be an indictment.
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Are New Ferguson Riots Inevitable?

Reaganite12 Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 4:16 PM
You're a bit behind on the news here: the rioters...sorry, protestors....have said they'll shut down the city of Clayton (where the grand jury meets) on the next business day after the announcement is made. With all the leaks that have come out regarding the evidence, it's pretty much a foregone conclusion there will be, and should not be, an indictment. They're planning to also take their act to the Ferguson PD, the area where the QuikTrip they torched is located and also the Shaw area, where another thug bit the dust after shooting at a police officer. They've apparently been told by some church in South St. Louis that they can use it as a sanctuary (do they think this is the Middle Ages?) where they can get away from the police. Some of the leaders are also planning a boycott of businesses in the St. Louis area over Black Friday and the weekend following. Seems to go back and forth on whether that is just non-black businesses, includes Ferguson businesses, or not. It's also not been decided whether the boycott includes liquor stores and drug dealers. http://www.stltoday.com/news/organizers-hold-training-for-non-violent-ferguson-protests-plan-shutdown/article_cb757f32-17e1-5770-8b74-ba869cd93e63.html
"I saw firsthand how a strategy of obstruction was debilitating to our system, and I have no desire to engage in that manner..." Good Lord, man, you were the one doing the obstructing for the past six years. Now you have a problem with it since you're not in the majority? Sorry, Harry. Nobody is buying it your new spirit of "compromise" and working in good faith.
True. They tried everything to keep Reagan from getting the nomination.
You also have to think that they're playing a game of chess. It benefits them to quietly support this conservative candidate here, and another one here, so none of them rise to the top and truly challenge their anointed party hack candidate.
We can only vote for whomever the party leaders allow on the ballots. And when someone they don't like is on the ballot....take a look at the Mississippi senatorial primary this year. Thanks to their shenanigans, we ended up with an aged, befuddled (unless he really MEANT to go the Democrat luncheon) senator with a 63 rating from ACU instead of a much more conservative senator.
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