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I do not live in Mississippi, however it is clear to me that the establishment candidate does not represent conservative values. Indeed, the election-eve calls made by Thad Cochran's campaign promise support for Obama and Obama's policies, and he has a record of voting for virtually every debt limit increase and irresponsible spending measure brought by the democrats. I cannot imagine how *any* Republican can possibly vote for this candidate.
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Righty3 Wrote: Oct 19, 2013 8:36 AM
Yeah, the people will suffer...so what? I hear plenty of people whining about the outcomes, but few offering any sort of action plan. Obamacare is here to stay. Given the demographics, do any of you really believe we will have a conservative in the White House in 2016? Sure, we might take a few senate seats and hold the house, but all signs point to Hillary in 2016. At the end of Hillary's 8 years, Obamacare will have been in place for a decade and even if the people wake up, the damage will have been done. We'll get more of the usual tax-the-rich, borrowing and push towards single-payer...but the world's best healthcare system will be all but gone by then, and we will have gone from a few million long-term with no access to insurance, to tens of millions with no access to healthcare.
CA, NY, NJ, MA, IL, etc are so blue, Obama enters the race with over half the electoral votes he needs without lifting a finger. This, and the one-party mindset of most of the American underclass, is why Obama won 2012. A Republican candidate would need to win 66% of the remaining states to overcome the Dems starting advantage. Romney only won 60%. Indeed, Romney won a majority of white people, Christians, males over 25, married women and the elderly - yet this wasn't enough. Says a lot about where the country is today.
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