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Lack of vision and no foundational strategy that all can follow. Just emulating the enemies executional tactics without the underlying strategy will continue to fail. The reason that Reagan was so successful--and deemed a "simpleton"--is because all of his beliefs were in a few strategic points-of-view: small limited government, reasonable taxation, incentivize economic growth and private investment, and a strong national defense to afford us influence in the global events and politics. Still would be viable today!
Chapman, all I can say is thank you. I no longer need to read your drivel. I believe that psychologist's would call you an enabler. And that educated, nonideological, black leaders like Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell, Allen West and Dr. Ben Carson not only disagree with your perspective, but are far better qualified to comment than you on what ails black America. Why don't you head on down to Ferguson, I hear Rev. Al needs someone to carry his water.
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The Problem With The Right Part 2

Steve75 Wrote: Aug 17, 2014 8:38 AM
What's your problem with the Tea Party? Were it not for their efforts we'd be in real kimchee!!!
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U.S. Economy Poised for Stronger Growth

Steve75 Wrote: Jun 28, 2014 9:42 AM
Not going to happen. Reasons? ObamaCare, Fed Policy, Obama scandals and loss of confidence in the Administration. If the Republicans take the Senate and keep the House, maybe in 2015.
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New Song, New Singers

Steve75 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 11:21 AM
That idiot Keith Olbermann is available . . . probably get him for minimum wage! Seriously, he like Maher, have got to be close to the realization they've been played for the useful idiots they are. A show simply asking liberals to connect the dots on more than one issue would be the highest rated comedy show on television!
No Lisa, activists on the Left and their cohorts in the media want to pin the world’s diseases and disasters on one enemy: AMERICA! The world wants to use it as a tool to redistribute our wealth to other countries, most run by Dictators and Despots . . . kind of like the U.S. over the past four years.
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Economic Truth is In the Numbers

Steve75 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 9:48 AM
So Obama gets credit so long as Republicans control the purse strings? Absurd! Michael, suppose the POTUS's agenda was to destroy capitalism. Can you point to one decision he made that would be different? It is simply not mathematically possible to have made as many bad decisions as B.O. has to have not done so purposely. Millard Fillmore and Jimmy Carter both thank him. Neither is considered the worst president ever any longer.
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Fraudulent Fears of a Second Term

Steve75 Wrote: Apr 01, 2012 2:17 PM
WOW, a Chicago journalist who thinks Obama is just another politician. I look forward to your columns from Media Matters Steve. I challenge you to give me one example of the POTUS making any decision that did not favor/reward/influence the progressive, anti-capitalist, anti-American, anti liberty, green agenda. The following are indisputable: intellectual lightweight; racist; likely communist but certainly socialist. You just lost a follower comrade Chapman.
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