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"Do the spur the drilling of oil the competition." Translation please and lay down your Crack Pipe.
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Poll: Cotton: 43; Pryor: 38

WJF Wrote: 32 mins ago (8:22 PM)
The MSM (Main Stream Media) is not reporting the Truth about ObamaCare. The MSM (Main Stream Media) is not reporting the Truth about Benghazi. The MSM (Main Stream Media) is not reporting the Truth about Fast and Furious. The MSM (Main Stream Media) is not reporting the Truth about the Veterans Administration. The MSM (Main Stream Media) is not reporting the Truth about the IRS targeting scandal. Now people are believing Polls conducted by the MSM (Main Stream Media)? Who are these people who believe the MSM (Main Stream Media) Polls?
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Poll: Cotton: 43; Pryor: 38

WJF Wrote: 41 mins ago (8:13 PM)
The MSM (Main Stream Media) either conducts most 'Polls' or are heavily involved in forming the Questions for the polls. The MSM (Main Stream Media) can no longer be trusted to report the News, because they are heavily involved in 'Assisting' Barack Obama in transforming the fundamentals of the United States of America into a Socialist State. Who actually believes in polls conducted by the MSM (Main Stream Media)?
Liberals are elitists. Elitism is a state of mind NOT privilege and wealth. Many wealthy people are not elitists and many elitists are not wealthy. Liberal Elitists expect us to recognize their “superiority” and give them the special treatment they so richly deserve – not because of skill or what they have accomplished – but because of whom they think they are or the cause they represent. Everyone has known an elitist, they name drop and have pictures of themselves with some celebrity. They often live well above their means and own pretentious homes and cars. They pay to be listed in 'Who's Who' and have all sort of certificates hanging on their walls. Most Elitists, do not posit their opinions, or refute other opinions by using facts, logic or reason, but rather 'Crow' about their credentials or use anecdotal examples of other Elitists.
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Who Wants War?

WJF Wrote: 1 hour ago (6:56 PM)
Ron Paul "Why shouldn't Iran have nukes?" “At the “World Without Zionism” conference held in Tehran in October 2005, as the crowd chanted “death to Israel, death to America, death to England,” the Iranian President Ahminajead said...with the help of the Almighty, we shall soon experience a world without America and Zionism, notwithstanding those who doubt.” Iran has been aiding, abetting, funding 'Terrorism' and using every known modern weapon, with the exception of nuclear weapons, to attack others and spread terrorism around the World. 'ALL' of this is proof positive to Ron Paul that Iran should have Nuclear Weapons? Instead of a quote - Listen to Ron Paul for yourself. http://youtu.be/BDvaTqLlZlA
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Poll: Cotton: 43; Pryor: 38

WJF Wrote: 2 hours ago (6:50 PM)
Sen. Mark Pryor (D-AR) is more Liberal than Sen Harry Reid.
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Poll: Cotton: 43; Pryor: 38

WJF Wrote: 2 hours ago (6:48 PM)
Who are these Politicians? These are are the 58 Politicians out of 535 (10%) in the House and Senate who have an 80% Conservative Rank or better NOTE: None of these Politicians are Democrat. AL SEN. JEFF SESSIONS R 82% AL SEN. RICHARD SHELBY R 80% ----------------------------------------------------------- AR 4 REP. TOM COTTON R 86% ----------------------------------------------------------- AZ 5 REP. MATT SALMON R 95% AZ 6 REP. DAVID SCHWEIKERT R 95% AZ 8 REP. TRENT FRANKS R 98% CA 4 REP. TOM MCCLINTOCK R 91% CO 5 REP. DOUG LAMBORN R 85% FL SEN. MARCO RUBIO R 84% FL 19 REP. TREY RADEL R 87% FL 6 REP. RON DESANTIS R 89% GA 1 REP. JACK KINGSTON R 84% GA 10 REP. PAUL BROUN R 95% GA 11 REP. PHIL GINGREY R 89% GA 14 REP. TOM GRAVES R 86% GA 6 REP. TOM PRICE R 83% GA 9 REP. DOUG COLLINS R 84% IA SEN. CHARLES GRASSLEY R 80% ID SEN. JIM RISCH R 87% ID SEN. MICHAEL CRAPO R 82% ID 1 REP. RAUL LABRADOR R 81% IN 3 REP. MARLIN STUTZMAN R 85% KS SEN. PAT ROBERTS R 93% KS 1 REP. TIM HUELSKAMP R 93% KS 4 REP. MIKE POMPEO R 87% KY SEN. RAND PAUL R 96% LA 1 REP. STEVE SCALISE R 81% MD 1 REP. ANDY HARRIS R 80% MI 11 REP. KERRY BENTIVOLIO R 84% MI 3 REP. JUSTIN AMASH R 88% MN 6 REP. MICHELE BACHMANN R 85% NC 11 REP. MARK MEADOWS R 84% NC 13 REP. GEORGE HOLDING R 85% NC 9 REP. ROBERT PITTENGER R 83% NJ 5 REP. SCOTT GARRETT R 86% OH 1 REP. STEVEN CHABOT R 86% OH 4 REP. JIM JORDAN R 91% OK SEN. JAMES INHOFE R 89% OK SEN. TOM COBURN R 83% OK 1 REP. JIM BRIDENSTINE R 92% OK 5 REP. JAMES LANKFORD R 81% SC SEN. TIM SCOTT R 89% SC 3 REP. JEFF DUNCAN R 92% SC 4 REP. TREY GOWDY R 87% SC 5 REP. MICK MULVANEY R 85% TN 2 REP. JOHN DUNCAN JR. R 85% TN 4 REP. SCOTT DESJARLAIS R 81% TX SEN. JOHN CORNYN R 85% TX SEN. TED CRUZ R 97% TX 1 REP. LOUIE GOHMERT R 92% TX 14 REP. RANDY WEBER R 83% TX 19 REP. RANDY NEUGEBAUER R 84% TX 24 REP. KENNY MARCHANT R 88% TX 26 REP. MICHAEL BURGESS R 85% TX 36 REP. STEVE STOCKMAN R 88% TX 5 REP. JEB HENSARLING R 89% UT SEN. MIKE LEE R 100% WI SEN. RON JOHNSON R 87%
What does Republican Rand Paul think about abortion? ------------ "I am 100% pro-life. I believe life begins at conception and that abortion takes the life of an innocent human being. It is the duty of our government to protect this life as a right guaranteed under the Constitution. For this reason, I introduced S. 583, the Life at Conception Act on March 14, 2013. This bill would extend the Constitutional protection of life to the unborn from the time of conception. It is unconscionable that government would facilitate the taking of innocent life. I have stated many times that I will always support legislation that would end abortion or lead us in the direction of ending abortion. There are many ways we can work toward this ultimate goal and items we can hope to accomplish in the near term. I strongly oppose any federal funding of abortion and will attempt to stop the flow of tax dollars to groups who perform or advocate for abortion. In May 2013, Senator Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) and Representative Christopher Smith (R-N.J.) introduced the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act (S.946/H.R.3). This bill would prohibit any funds authorized or appropriated by federal law to pay for any abortion or health benefits coverage that includes coverage of abortion. I am proud to be an original cosponsor of the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act in the Senate, which has been referred to the Senate Finance Committee where it awaits further consideration. In addition, I believe we may be able to save millions of lives in the near future by allowing states to pass their own anti-abortion laws. If states were able to do so, I sincerely believe many -- including Kentucky -- would do so tomorrow, saving hundreds of thousands of lives. Before 1973, abortion was illegal in most states. Since Roe v. Wade, over 50 million children have died in abortion procedures. I would strongly support legislation restricting federal courts from hearing cases like Roe v. Wade. Such legislation would only require a majority vote, making it more likely to pass than a pro-life constitutional amendment. As your Senator, there are many ways I can help end abortion. I will fight for each and every one of them." Republican Rand Paul - United States Senator http://www.paul.senate.gov/?p=issue&id=3
What does Republican Ted Cruz think about abortion? ------------ “Without life there is no liberty, there is no pursuit of happiness..., The ability to take life is the ultimate power and the ultimate deprivation of our God-given rights.” Republican Senator Ted Cruz
What Do We Do Now? Ted Cruz - Rand Paul - Justin Amash - Mike Lee and many others have already went on record as opposing Abortion - do we actually think the Left will ignore their on-record declarations?
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