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An Open Letter To Moderate Muslims

sashamanda Wrote: Aug 12, 2014 3:08 PM
Read the polls? Muslims are Obama's most consistent fans.
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An Open Letter To Moderate Muslims

sashamanda Wrote: Aug 12, 2014 3:07 PM
Moderate muslims may be as much an oxymoron as moderate Democrats. Where are the moderate voices in either group?
Look, just because 9-11 was caused by some tiny "irregularities" in the immigration system is no reason to think that terrorists are streaming over the border along with the rapists, murderers, drug dealers, and gang bangers.
It's perfect liberal logic: Palestine suffered more deaths than Israel, then Israel is to blame. It's about equality of outcome, not equality of effort or personal/national responsibility. Isn't that what we taught them with affirmative action and disparate impact?
Well said!
Larry, we could flood the working class job market (which has a 35-30 percent un or under employment rate) with most of the 46 million immigrants you and Ryan supported via the Senate comprehensive immigration bill. Maybe you can explain to us how the law of supply and demand would get suspended. Or how, magically, reigning back unemployment benefits (which I would support in a natural labor market), works when an already saturated job market is hit with millions more job seekers. Cutting unemployment under those circumstances is just plain cruel. Have a little integrity and deport the many millions of illegal job holders already here.
The Democrats and Elite Republicans have a solution to high un-and under-employment and forced retirement: adding millions more immigrants to the job market.
We are raised to think anti-semitism and racism are bad. But, increasingly, it is "cool" to excoriate Christians and even to remain silent when hundreds of thousands of Christians are slaughtered. As for Brantly and Writebol, the majority consensus on even conservative sites and including commentators, like Ann Coulter, is that these missionaries are selfish, "idiotic." and narcissistic people who are undeserving of compassion.
So, how many Tea Party incumbents were replaced by RINOs? What was the spending ratio between winners and losers? People don't vote for candidates they have never heard of. Republican voters aren't "wary" of tea party candidates; they are unfamiliar with the candidates. The odds are always with the incumbent. But, the margins are getting smaller --- both Roberts and Cochran won with less than 50 percent of the Republican vote.
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Amnesty Isn't Free

sashamanda Wrote: Aug 07, 2014 4:57 PM
Amnesty is better than free for those who profit by cheap labor and for "immigrants" who have an immeasurably better life nearly fully paid for (socially and economically) by middle and working class Americans.
It's hard to imagine Alexander losing if he has two opponents. Roberts most likely would have lost the Kansas primary except for a third candidate, who siphoned off votes from Wolf. Multiple candidates also assured Graham of a victory.
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