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The spirit of America now rests in the jealous desire of watching someone buy a big screen tv, or a new car. It is driving past some nice homes and thinking that they deserve that too, and the only reason that they DON'T have it is because someone, probably those in the big homes, are depriving them of those things. So how easily they are led to believe these things by the left, who constantly tell them that it is true, and instill in them the evil thought that it is the rich who are depriving them of these things, and so they naturally have the right to a share of that person's wealth! I blame the fascist Democrat party. I blame the cruel lies, and betrayal of everything that made this country great. We, the people, built this country.
T he problem with Reagan's words is that America has changed in a very fundamental way since that speech given in 1989, and that thing is the very makeup of the American people. Those coming here by the millions are not so much yearning to breath the free air of liberty, as much as the confining chains of slavery for a few "free things!" We may have reached a different type of cliff-one of desire, not to be free more as much as a desire to get free stuff from their neighbors. It is an entitlement mentality that has overcome many Americans former spirit to better their lives through hard work and dedication. It is the spirit of jealousy, greed, and the desire to covet thy neighbors goods.
President Reagan was right when he said that at the heart of Conservatism is Libertarianism. Real conservatives believe that by America setting a good example for individual freedoms, tolerance, a respect for human life, a free market system, and low taxation, then the blessings of liberty would become self-evident to peoples around the Earth. Unfortunately, there are many people who, because of their rigid ideology, reject the ideals upon which our United States system of democracy are based. True conservatives won't go about trying to "force" others to become like us; no, we should continue to protect our friends and allies, and warn any potential adversaries against aggression against us.
The major polling companies may be skewing the polls for now, as many of them favor the Democrats; however, you will see the "more reputable" professional polling organizations begin to show a more realistic tightening of the race in the last week to the elections. The reason they will drop the inaccurate "skewed" polls is simple-large professional companies as Rasmussen, and Gallop earn most of their money from businesses. Businesses rely on accurate polling when marketing products. They need accurate information, so polling organizations need to show they are accurate predictors of populations moods and desires. So, although they may cheat the accuracy-for now, they WILL more accurately reflect polls in late October. Watch for THOSE polls
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Has Obama Called Bibi's Bluff?

Robert160 Wrote: Sep 11, 2012 11:43 AM
Mr. Buchanan, never a friend of Israel, is making the assertion that Israel wants to force the U.S. into a war that is not in its the U.S. best interests-is that true, or is Mr. Buchanan once again allowing his anti-Israeli slip to be showing? I believe that if you check the archives of Mr. Buchanan's articles over the years relating to the Jewish State, you will see that it is overwhelmingly anti-Israel; and blames Israel for the instability in the Mid-East, and the U.S. invasions of Kuwait, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Mr. Buchanan is a very smart man, and often writes accurate and thought provoking articles, with the exception of his seemingly pathological dislike (hatred) of Israel and its every attempt to defend itself and its interests.
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Has Obama Called Bibi's Bluff?

Robert160 Wrote: Sep 11, 2012 11:32 AM
If the Jewish people have learned only one thing during their 2,000 year diaspora its this-When someone says they are going to kill you, you believe them! Whether or not part of Tehran's nuclear plan is peaceful, can the Israelis take that chance to wait and see? The United States has repeatedly, throughout the years, made Israel certain promises, namely that the U.S. would never allow a holocaust in the Middle East, and that Israel was our closest allie in that region-if not the entire world! So, Mr. Buchanan's assertion that Israel is trying to force the U.S. into a confrontation with Iran, essentially to fight Israel's war correct, or is Israel simply asking the U.S. to get out of its way, and not try to "strong-arm" Israel?
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The Democratic Party Fascists Take Over

Robert160 Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 1:46 PM
Correction. Mr. Goldberg's fine book is called "Liberal Fascism." Sorry for the mistake. Mr. David Horowitz, now a staunch conservative, but once was a radical Marxist himself, writes a number of wonderfully informative booklets exposing the Lefts lies and radical plans. His booklet "Barack Obama's Rules For Revolution-The Alinsky Model is short , but very informative. I believe these booklets can be obtained by contacting him at FRONTPAGEMAG.COM, NEWSREALBLOG.COM, or at DISCOVERTHENETWORKS.ORG A Guide To The Political Left. Spread the word with the written word.
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The Democratic Party Fascists Take Over

Robert160 Wrote: Aug 02, 2012 1:35 PM
Mr. Obama was raised as a Communist; as his mother, grandmother, father, foster father, and all of his mentors were, or are today ideological Marxists-Communists. However, as Jonah Goldberg writes in his excellent book, "Liberal Fascists," Fascism is the "middle way." They don't need to own the means of production, they only need to control business; and that is because totalitarians no matter what they call themselves are interested in accumulating power for themselves, and the control of the populace. As Barack Obama's mentor, Saul Alinsky notes, the objective is power and control, and how you achieve that is explained specifically in Alinsky's book "Rules for Radical," which he dedicated to Lucifer the greatest radical of all!
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What's Behind Hatred of Obama?

Robert160 Wrote: Aug 01, 2012 10:42 PM
Jonah wrote a great book called "Liberal Fascism." In it he relates a brief history of Marxism, Socialism and the Fascism of Benito Mussolini's Fascist Party. Mr. Obama IS an ideological Marxist. However, he realizes that turning the United States into a pure Communist State is impossible, at least in the short term. People will not stand for the government owning the means of production, and being the sole controller of the economy; so he chooses the middle ground of Fascism, which is merely satisfied with the control (through regulations, and taxes) of businesses. He also, like the Fascist President Bill Clinton wants a government/private business partnership (Fascism). There is too much information to place in a comment.
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Romney's Scary World

Robert160 Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 2:23 PM
Mr. Chapman's view is dangerous because the world is dangerous, and cutting our military expenditures by 500 billion dollars is stupid and careless. Mr. Obama has created two Quantitative Easing debacles costing the U.S. tax payers over 1.5 trillion dollars. Most of that money cannot even be traced according to the United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB) where did it go? It went to Obama's buddies and supporters. Cut the U.S. military by 500 billion-that is truly a crazy, and reckless thing to do. We live in a dangerous world that we (the good guys) cannot control, but we had better remain ready. Mr. Romney reminds me of Ronald Reagan, and if that is true, we Americans can't do better than that.
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Romney's Scary World

Robert160 Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 2:11 PM
Unfortunately, Mr. Chapman sees a world where the bad guys are only minor players that can't harm the U.S. or our "protected allies"! Mr. Chapman lives in a dream world! I realize that he is probably a Libertarian, I share some Libertarian ideals too, especially about not looking for wars to start around the globe. However, Mr. Chapman's view of our potential adversaries, and their strengths, weaknesses, and abilities and to harm us or our friends and allies is naive and dangerous. Mr. Romney is exactly right; we DO live in a dangerous world where mistakes can be fatal, and unforgiving. Mr. Romney realizes that many Countries don't like or admire our freedoms, and seek to diminish U.S. influence around the world.
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