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Obama vs. Us

RichardsKY Wrote: Nov 19, 2014 9:37 AM
I think only the president's oath is specified in the Constitution: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." But don't the Congressmen and Senators swear the exact same oath?
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It Happens Every Time

RichardsKY Wrote: Nov 18, 2014 9:44 AM
The biggest problem is that Mr. Obama believes himself to be much smarter than he really is. He thinks he can "solve" the internet problem by regulating it (can someone name the ACTUAL problem - not the theoretical one - that this "Net Neutrality" regulation would solve?). This brings to mind Reagan's quote about how government sees the world: "If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it." For the internet, they are just now getting to the taxing and regulating part. This perfectly reflects Obama's simpleton view of the world.
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The Net Neutrality Tax Hike

RichardsKY Wrote: Nov 17, 2014 7:58 AM
Amen. They sell it by saying they are going to protect the little guy from the big bad businesses.
Their actions have actually done the opposite - they have inserted race into a situation that may or may not have been about race, and the evidence seems to suggest it had nothing to do with race.
I have said this before. If Obama (and Holder) really wanted to move America beyond race, his response to the Ferguson incident would have been: "I choose to believe that Officer Wilson acted in response to the immediate circumstances, not on the basis of Mr. Brown's skin color, and I will maintain this belief unless and until the evidence shows otherwise."
I don't mind Townhall posting opposing points of view here. I don't agree with a lot of what she said, but I don't mind hearing it.
People, we gotta rise up on this one! Government regulation of the internet will be an anchor around its neck.
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Measure of a Man

RichardsKY Wrote: Nov 10, 2014 11:55 AM
Louie Zamperini found his answer to this question. It was very well expressed in the book "Unbroken" about what he went through in Japanese prison camps and how he came out of it.
The Republicans do need a new dance card - new ways of explaining how Democrat policies are wrong and failing. We need to try things like: "Democrats wail about corporations sending jobs overseas, while charging a 40% tax rate on corporate income and wanting to take it higher. At 40% U.S. Corporations get to keep only 6 dollars out of every 10 they earn, while corporations in many other nations are keeping 8 dollars. If you had the chance to increase your take-home pay by 25% just by relocating, you would do it too. So don't blame the corporations, blame the Democrats." "When it comes to K-12 education, the wealthy man has the full freedom of choice of where to send his kids because he can afford to send them anywhere. How about you? What choice do you have? We Republicans/conservatives/libertarians believe you should have that choice as well. The Democrats are the ones refusing to give you that freedom to choose." It does take a little bit more time and effort to explain why the Dem's policies are wrong, but we have to commit ourselves to taking that time and effort.
The worker gets arrested for voter intimidation.
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Voter Fraud and Voter I.D.

RichardsKY Wrote: Nov 04, 2014 8:27 AM
Vote early. Vote often.
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