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One you get your head out of the pencil sharpener and try rereading, it should be obvious that there is nothing in the comment about free speach. And once you sharpen your reading skills, try reading the First Amendment, possibly for the first time, and you may discover that it also says something about religious freedom. You know, that thing that brought the Pilgrims, Puritans, Quakers and many of our ancestors over here in the first place. Then, perhaps you will understand how much a statement like some "religion that DOES NOT DESERVE TO BE IN OUR COUNTRY" is a complete antithesis of the principles this country was founded upon.
I guess you must have skipped right over the First Amendment in your zeal to get to the second!
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Poll: 42% Expressing Buyer's Remorse?

Ronald484 Wrote: Sep 26, 2014 11:57 AM
Fortunately not all in Mississippi agree: Barry Neyrey, chairman of the South Mississippi Tea Party, said that, though he is frustrated, it is hard to imagine a Childers victory in the Magnolia State. “That’s hard to imagine that [Cochran] would lose. Mississippi is conservative,” Neyrey said. “There is still a chance to have Republican control of the Senate. As angry as we’ll be, we still have common sense, and we can’t let communists take over the country.”
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Watch: Eric Holder Scandal Montage

Ronald484 Wrote: Sep 26, 2014 11:43 AM
Are you really so naive as to believe that Obama will not appoint a Holder clone?
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Watch: Eric Holder Scandal Montage

Ronald484 Wrote: Sep 26, 2014 11:41 AM
Are those tractors as defined by the Constitution (Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.), or based on having opposing political views rejected by the framers ("But as new-fangled and artificial treasons have been the great engines by which violent factions, the natural offspring of free government, have usually wreaked their alternate malignity on each other, the convention have, with great judgment, opposed a barrier to this peculiar danger, by inserting a constitutional definition of the crime, fixing the proof necessary for conviction of it...." - Madison)?
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Watch: Eric Holder Scandal Montage

Ronald484 Wrote: Sep 26, 2014 11:29 AM
Do you mean the protection of civil rights that came under fire by the Inspector General in a report regarding the politicization, polarization, and mismanagement occurring at the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, specifically, the Division’s Voting Section. The findings of this report included evidence of inappropriate conduct by political appointees, harassment of employees because of their political views, selective enforcement of voting laws, and misleading testimony by the Division head, Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez. These findings point to a deep ideological polarization giving rise to internal disputes and mistrust, which has harmed the efficacy of this Division. The Inspector General’s report in part concluded, ‘‘The cycles of actions and reactions that resulted from this mistrust were in many instances incompatible with the proper functioning of a component of the Department.’’
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Hmm: Pryor Up by Two in AR?

Ronald484 Wrote: Sep 25, 2014 1:42 AM
I keep seeing allegations of voted fraud in 2012, yet apart from apocryphal accounts of a precinct here that had more votes than registered voters or a precinct there that had 100% of its votes for Obama, I have not seen any evidence of fraud, and none that would amount to the 5 million vote margin needed to give the election to Romney. If you have that evidence, I would love to see it!
"Which hurts the Republicans more? Sitting out one election or create 30 million new democrats." The better question is which hurts the country more. If conservatives sit out this election in mass, as you suggest, then it is possible, perhaps even likely, that the Democrats would hold the Senate and retake the House. If that happens, then one of the first pieces of business will be immigration reform, creating your 30 million new Democrats. I hope then you will be satisfied with your decision yo sit out this election because your candidates did not win their primaries. And when you look in the mirror and see your face without a nose, you will reflect on the wisdom of cutting it off.
Yes, as I said the sore losers. Their candidates ran in the primaries and did not receive enough votes from the Republican voters to win. So now their supporters resort to blackmail. That's not true conservative politics. It is in reality just tyranny.
So you are really talking about the sore losers who will threaten to take their marbles and go home because they didn't win.
Gridlock is really the friend of the free and liberty is safest when Congress does nothing? What has a gridlocked Congress done for the past four years, other than to allow an imperial president to justify his decrees because Congress has not acted. No, a unified Congress can act and take away Obama's justification. However, I am sure that you prefer a gridlocked Congress that cannot act because that would be closer to your anarchist ideal of no government. But as Reagan observed "[T]here are libertarians who are almost over at the point of wanting no government at all or anarchy. I believe there are legitimate government functions. There is a legitimate need in an orderly society for some government to maintain freedom or we will have tyranny by individuals. The strongest man on the block will run the neighborhood. We have government to insure that we don’t each one of us have to carry a club to defend ourselves."
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