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""Americans ... trust Congressional Republicans more than Obama" That trust will evaporate real quick unless Congressional Republicans get their thumbs out of their butts and defund all of Obama's lawlessness and destruction.
No excuses, GOP!!!!!
"a “very crowded field” in 2016 that will be compromised of both senators and governors." The writer should have written "comprised", but "compromised" is probably accurate enough.
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What Should The GOP Do About Obamacare?

Ress Wrote: Nov 22, 2014 11:07 PM
If the incoming Congress fails to assert itself, it will be time to close it down, turn the Capitol into a museum, and admit we are now living under a dictatorship.
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Long Wars Aren't Working

Ress Wrote: Nov 22, 2014 9:39 PM
Presidents usually make lousy commanders in chief. As professional politicians, when faced with a hard choice their instinct is to temporize, equivocate, compromise, straddle, and muddle. No way to run a war.
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What Should The GOP Do About Obamacare?

Ress Wrote: Nov 22, 2014 9:25 PM
"the new Republican congress has no plan to deal intelligently with Obamacare." It also has no plan to deal intelligently with border security, illegal immigration, politicized Department of Justice, rogue EPA, foreign policy lunacy, and more other messes than I care to remember.
"Obama gets to continue to play the fantasy role of president engaged in a great civil war. " At the rate he's going, we may get a civil war that is no fantasy.
Time wants to banish only one word per year? Orwell's ghost would tell them that at that rate it will take centuries to establish Newspeak.
How many people believe that all North Korea got out of the deal was a letter from Obama?
There are two categories of Democrat voters: The actual fools, and selfish cynics who know they are supporting lies and thievery but figure to personally benefit.
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