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GOP Double-Crossing Traitors

Terbreugghen Wrote: Feb 19, 2015 11:27 AM
I am so angry abou this. I was angry at Mr. Bush when he expanded government and destroye the paper surplus of 2000. Granted 9/11 was disruptive, but worse was the do-nothing approach to Fannie Mae/Freddi Mac and the crazy democrat anti dog eat dog.. . .er I mean their anti-redlining initiatives. Tea Party may be on to something.
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Bobby Jindal for President?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 2:52 PM
Romney/Jindahl in 2008 and 2012 would have been it. Now I'm thinking Condi Rice/Bobby Jindahl in 2016. We need Jindahl!
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Bobby Jindal for President?

Terbreugghen Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 2:51 PM
But having been born IN the US, wouldn't he qualify under the anchor baby amendment?
Conservatives need to re-take the cultural high ground before the leftists destroy it completely. Of course there will be survivors, and conservatives need to be there. Hilllsdale college is our best example.
Actually, in today's civilized cultures, males DO "control female fertlity" in exactly the same way that females control male fertility, through limiting access.
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Common Core Math is Ridiculous

Terbreugghen Wrote: Dec 01, 2014 8:45 AM
That's exactly what I thought, though I came to the method on my own and I do it a bit differently (breaking 17 into 10 and 7, adding 10 then 7.) I taught my granddaughter this approach, and she's considered a math whiz in her grade school class.
My question is no matter what we do with high skill workers, how do we stem the tide of low-skill immigrants here illegally? The answer seems obvious to me.
Why did marriage arise in almost every single human community in histoyr? Can anyone recognize this? And no, it was not to oppress women.
THis thread appears to ignore the main point of the author, that marriage has a civil function and is primarily intended to protect children, not assuage the emotional urges of adults. Arguing about the state vs. some religious view does nothing to protect the children from the whims of sexualized adults who create them.
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Walker Wins Re-Election in Wisconsin

Terbreugghen Wrote: Nov 05, 2014 9:22 AM
The polls and mainstream media outlets had this race close. I'm from Wisconsin but live in another state. I am hot under the collar about the duplicity and partisan pandering of our mainstream media. Not that the idea is new to me, I've seen it all my adult life, but never to this degree. How do conservative politicians function in a political environment where the mainstream press is willing to outright lie to the people for political advantage?
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