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I'm guessing this article in tongue-in-cheek, so what the hey! Yeah, I think Warren should run, because Fauxcahontas will get creamed even if the the Republicans run another seen-it-all-before, haven't-learned-a-damn-thing, Democrat-lite, Rove-approved establishment hack again.
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Fact-Free Liberals

surfcitysocal Wrote: Jan 21, 2014 8:53 PM
Dr. Sowell is right regarding "the discredited claim that women are paid only about three-quarters of what a man is paid for doing the same work." My niece and nephew, both engineers in the same field, are paid virtually the same, although my niece is paid slightly more because she is 18 months older and has been in the field 18 months longer than her younger brother.
So am I the only one who doesn't have a clue what the picture is depicting that accompanies this article?
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You Say You Want a Revolution?

surfcitysocal Wrote: Jan 11, 2014 1:58 PM
Brilliant article, Steve. Your question says it all: "Is it a movement to advance a slate of issues/principles, or is it a movement intended to get Rand Paul [or any other individual] elected the next president of the United States?...Once the acquisition of power replaces the mission the vision becomes compromised, and so does the movement." My money's on a conservative, not a libertarian, as you've shown with Paul's waffling, on maintaining the movement.
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Keep Your Chins Up, Conservatives

surfcitysocal Wrote: Oct 18, 2013 1:46 AM
Well, you had me until the next to last paragraph. Almost made me want to cry. But then, "...the GOP must quit the infighting and come together." Problem is, it never will. Establishment Republicans hate conservatives more than they hate Democrats, and only pay lip service to us to get our votes, and then throw us under the bus quicker than you can say, "The polls are closed."
School choice is the enemy of progressives' taxpayer-supported brainwashing of the next generation.
When I spent a summer in Mexico City, a Mexican sociologist detailed how "machismo" fostered a culture of men "conquering" women, and that the more children a Mexican man fathered, the more of a man he was considered to be. Could the illegitimacy problem in the black community also be attitudinally cultural, but fostered, encouraged and put on growth hormones by liberal policies as the article notes? If so, it's going to require more than just increased marriage rates, there's going to have to be a change of heart to bring about a change in the way people think.
Down from 62% to "dismal" 52%? It's hard for me to believe there's been any erosion in Obama's popularity in California when it seems that more and more lemmings with their Priuses are sporting those lovely "I love Obamacare" bumper stickers.
Now THIS is presidential. Dr. Carson could be a president of all the people.
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Cheney for Senate?

surfcitysocal Wrote: Jul 08, 2013 3:37 PM
Yay, Liz! Consider me a contributor to her campaign. Enzi is 69, time to retire.
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