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While it may be time for the GOP to counterattack, the GOP has neither leaders nor backbone. Let's look at its recent cadidates, all losers: Romney, McCain, G.H.W. Bush and G.W.Bush. All losers. GWB even managed to be a loser while winning. Americans will not recover the damage Democrats and spineless Republicans have done to the American Republic for thirty to fifty years, and then won't do it without the people rising up and killing Democrats. Can you say, Bye-bye American Republic?
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Time to Remove Boehner as Speaker?

texexpatriate Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 10:06 PM
It is time for conservatives to organize their own party within a party, elect a leader, and publicly oppose everything the RINOs want to do.
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Brain-lock Inside The Beltway

texexpatriate Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 7:08 PM
Jonah, if you are ashamed to think you live inside the so-called Beltway, just think how we genuine Americans out here in flyover country think about you who live there. My fervent hope is that when the nutty North Koreans or the mad Iranians finally fire off a nuclear device, they will fire two of them accurately, one at NYC and the other at DC. With most of the corrupt among us on the east coast out of the way by means of nuclear disaster, our military can respond correctly.
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The Decline and Fall of America

texexpatriate Wrote: Nov 18, 2012 7:03 PM
Anyone who believes that the America that existed between 1900 and 2000 still exists is a complete fool. It changed for good in 1960, although it inherited its corruption from the unconstitutional government of Abraham Lincoln a hundred years earlier. Every "administration" since 1860 has added to the corruption and illegality of federal government, regardless of political party. Look for, hope for, and fight for a secession that preserves at least half the states in a constitutional republic.
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Disaster Response and Federalism

texexpatriate Wrote: Nov 04, 2012 8:15 AM
With respect to Federalism, despite the claims among even conservatives for its greatness, Federalism has never worked. It was a great shame the Confederate States of America did not win the War for Southern Independence, because the idea that a strong central government is a good government would have been defeated---not by the south winning the war, but by the south surpassing the north in growth and economic power, until the north had to give up its fascination with a strong central government. For those here who have been indocrtrinated in a faux history taught in all government schools, the north did not fight the war over slavery but over a strong central government and economics. Most of its revenues came from the south.
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Be Inspired

texexpatriate Wrote: Oct 19, 2012 8:57 AM
That 5-tour NCO North interviewed has it exactly right. There's one thing he doesn't know. The vast majority of older Americans from age 70 to 100 and the others from 60 to 70 appreciate and love what the warriors are doing, even if the politicians don't---especially the Democrat politicians. But it was ever thus, except during World War II (which I remember as clear as a bell!), when even FDR relaxed his socialism to the degree he loved and respected the troops. It was the country he disliked.
If a group of people have ever been out of touch so totally, as a group, it is the group that makes up the National Democratic Party. They're out of touch with reality, God, morals, ethics, and law. Whoopi is just one good example of them.
That's because today's schoolteachers---ninety-five percent of them---are jokes.
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Why Another Terroristan?

texexpatriate Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 11:39 AM
No one asked me to run for president, but if I was running I would make it absolutely clear that I would never support a so-called Palestinian state and that any attack on Israel would be considered an attack on America.
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Mitt Romney, Big-Government Man

texexpatriate Wrote: Oct 10, 2012 5:18 PM
The first ask is to eliminate Obama, the second to eliminate Romney, and the third to eliminate the so-called Democrat Party. Might be good to eliminate Muslims in America as well, but right now Democrats are a greater threat.
In a radio interview with Greg Garrison (WIBC, Indianapolis) Victor David Hanson said that to prepare for a column on the "debate" he reviewed six hours of Obama encounters in debate format with other people in the past. He said Obama did nothing different this time, that he was just being who he is and was and behaving the same way, and that the difference this time was that he could not offer "pie-in-the-sky" or hope and change because he has a record. So his usual act did not play and he could not charge Romney with being who he later said was not Romney because Romney was right there to dispute him. He added that Obama had never been challenged directly before, because he has always been surrounded by adoring yes people.
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