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Race, class, gender. Wash, rinse, repeat
"On the plus side, Pryor was at his best defending his vote on the farm bill, hammering Cotton for voting to shutdown the government, and emphasizing his ties to the state. He came across as an unassuming, hard working public servant who wants to do what’s best for his constituents. He seemed earnest." Why don't you just sleep with him. Let us all off the hook.
How can Milbank be anything but an advocate for the President and Democrats when Obama and the Democrats are always right and good, and the opposition is always wrong and evil? Are you asking Millbank to appear to give equal voice to delusional, anti-scientific, wrongheaded, racist, Gaia-hating republicans? Partisanship is not partisanship when one supports the only party, the Democrats, that exudes sunshine, hopefulness, righteousness, loveliness and eternal bliss.
The conclusion from this article is obvious: we need to arm all criminals with guns so they have a fighting chance when confronted by racist police officers.
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Local or National Elections?

ScienceSquid Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 9:04 AM
good post. Have to slow down the long march of progressivism, and can't do it by losing elections. But it's gonna be a long slog in this culture...
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Local or National Elections?

ScienceSquid Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 8:51 AM
Too many people are perfectly content surrendering their freedom to get 'free' stuff. More power to Obama and his cronies to distribute wealth as they see fit, even if it means a totalitarian government. Just ask Ms. Paltrow Leftists: We will give you everything you want, just give us the power to do it. Conservatives: You can make it on your own steam - it might be frightening at times, but it's better than wearing the yoke of slavery and tyranny. Three generations of public school indoctrinated Americans: We want the Lefty! We have no idea what that conservative person is talking about, but it sounds scary!
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Don't 'Vote for the Candidate'

ScienceSquid Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 8:40 AM
"reinvigorate the GOP with Conservative small government ideas. We are winning that fight." Are we? how many Repubs are really committed to reforming the crippling entitlement programs.
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Don't 'Vote for the Candidate'

ScienceSquid Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 8:39 AM
One of the main difficulties Republicans have is that many of them are not conservatives - they are essentially Democrat light when it comes to big government cronyism. When republicans get elected, they just distribute the bacon to their cronies. How many Republicans are really serious enough to make the tough reforms to the major entitlement programs? not many, mostly because like the Dems, they love getting re-elected over and over again and the sheeple are comfortable voting for the candidate who 'gives them the most' no matter what it does to the country.
What's the Vegas line on Craig Bergman getting audited by the IRS?
Is this the man who disabled an unmarked unit, with a banana?
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