Previous 11 - 20 Next
The problem with the "slow change" of the budget deal is that if we slow spending so little each year, we will already have gone bankrupt before we can reach anything resembling solvency. A pox on your compromise John Ransom; its just more of too much more than we can afford.
As long as establishment Republicans (Boehner, McCain, Ryan, Graham, Corker, Flake, et.al. continue to lie to conservatives while they campaign, and then do something different in office, as long as they disrespect conservatives that want Constitutional principles to be followed, that want limited government, that do not prosecute corruption, that laugh and call Tea Partiers "wacko birds" and the like, and continuously tell conservatives "now is not the time to pursue your agenda", then there is no reason for conservatives to support Republicans any longer. We'll make a conservative party out of the Tea Party and within a decade the Tea Party will replace the Republicans just like they replaced the Whigs. Disrespect has consequences.
Hey Ryan, birds of a feather: when Reid, Pelosi, and Chris Matthews all praise your action you gotta have a clue that your going the wrong direction. Sell out.
In response to:

MSNBC Host: God Loves Obamacare

Thomas 109 Wrote: Dec 07, 2013 5:55 PM
On the day Ed gets to judgement he will surprised, first of all that there is one, and second, when Jesus steps up, and Ed thinks its time to introduce himself on a personal basis, and Jesus says, "I never knew you. Next."
In response to:

A Truly Great Phony

Thomas 109 Wrote: Dec 04, 2013 9:58 PM
Too bad more don't listen to the Doctor. I was reading C. S. Lewis last night; Dr. Sowell is one of the few really educated men this country has.
He needs to run into a man that will make him face his own manhood; his own father certainly didn't!
In response to:

Thank These Republicans for Obamacare

Thomas 109 Wrote: Dec 04, 2013 8:57 PM
Love you Ann, but when you go on and on about purists I have to choke. So instead of purifying the party you want to leave it so the establishment Republicans can keep on spending money on some screwed up idea just so we can have an agreement with our "good friends" on something we can do without just fine. I say screw the GOP and if they continue to f**k it up (because that IS what they've been doing for thirty years) they next thing your going to see out of the "purists" is a replacement party. Just as the Whigs were replaced by the fresh young Republicans, and 8 years later Lincoln was president, the Tea Party can replace these over ripe and irrelevant Republicans who only vote when their buddies the Democrats do.
Where does a MAN talk about a woman like that? Oh yeah, in a Muslim country! Guess you know where to head next, cuz we won't be getting sharia here anytime soon, even if it takes corpus deportation!
What do you want to bet that "Peter" doesn't have a degree from Harvard?
Christie had his chance to help the Republican in the Virginia race and didn't because the establishment GOP doesn't help Tea Party favored candidates. As far as I'm concerned Christie can go hang, and any other establishment Republican too. I've voted Republican since Nixon, but they can no longer count on me for votes for people like Christie, or Jeb Bush, or McCain, or Lindsey Graham or any other SOB that doesn't support the Constitution and smaller government. They can all go to hell with the Democrats because I'm looking to primary challenge anyone who doesn't agree with Tea Party candidates. The way the GOP has been going since Reagan does not deserve to be supported by conservatives.
Not math, or ethics.
Previous 11 - 20 Next