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Of course the NYT 'selectively edited' Mr. Bundy's comments to make him look like the racist he ISN'T. That's how the Times and its wannabez in the MSM do business and always have. Giles is right -- any sentient person following this story knew there would be something done by Obama's lede buttkissers in the media to get back control of the narrative. But Leviathan is still out there and it still sucks.
Since you have obviously never been to Alabama, nor know very much about it, and since I live here, allow me to enlighten you. The counties of which you speak are part of a belt of about a dozen counties across the south central part of the state which are heavily Democrat and in federal and state elections always heavily favor that party. The only other predominantly Democrat bastion is Jefferson County.City of Birmingham. The bulk of voter fraud detected in recent past elections falls almost entirely within those few counties. It's a shame, really, because it's wasted effort. No matter how badly they cheat there, Alabama will always be a red state.
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Steve655 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 1:50 PM
"You sound like the kind of guy that will fill this bill." He did sound like that before he started personal attacks against a proven bed-rock conservative in the race for AL-06. Now he just sounds like a novice poll taking bad advice from DC insiders and 'pundits' who haven't a clue about Alabama.
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Common Core is Uncommonly Bad Ed. Policy

Steve655 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 1:41 PM
Mathis -- you are NOT the "Tea Party candidate".
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Common Core is Uncommonly Bad Ed. Policy

Steve655 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 1:38 PM
Chad Mathis has just lost my support. I do not care how many endorsements he gets from Second Amendment groups, doctors' groups, citizen groups. I don't care what his DC consultant is telling him about Alabama-06. This article is the second time he has jumped on Scott Beason with a personal hit piece, and it freakin' stinks! Dr. Mathis -- while you've been building a business, raising a family, treating patients, and bitching about government intrusion, Scott Beason has been in Montgomery DOING something about it. The Common Core repeal bill crashed because of Alabama Senate President Pro-tem Del Marsh. And Marsh has been fighting the anti-CC forces tooth and nail because of the influence and support of the state BOE, and business interests like the BCA that are lined up in support of this intrusive program. What have YOU done about that? The first we've heard from you is when you decided to run for Congress earlier this year. All you have done so far, Doc, is talk. We very badly need someone in Congress from this district who isn't DC insider, or an insider wanna-be. You're not the former, but I'm getting the impression you're definitely the latter.
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