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Wrong.  McConnell is a traitorous piece of scum.  Does this sound like someone who will behave like a conservative?:

Agrees.  I forget his Hill-nickname, but it's something like bank-bailout czar or bank-failure chairman.  The mindset of mcconnellism has to be purged from the GOP.  No bailouts for anything, anymore.
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I've mulled-it-over for a few hours, and I still haven't decoded what the heck it all means. 

Her 'appointment with destiny' was supposed to be in 2008...  It passed.  Talk of her 'inevitability' as President had begun to take-hold in 2005.  So what I think is happening is that the left is more used-to regarding her as perpetually inevitable... rather than actual.

Hence, the endless clips of her arcane eccentricity. 

The leftstream-coverage of the Dems' non-hillary actual candidate in 2016 will be fraught with hillary-inevitability syndrome for 2024.   
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: New member introduction
« Last post by ChristopherABrown on Today at 12:04:16 AM »
Greetings Observer!  Looks like you are the official greeter of the intro thread.
I find it a bit strange to be posting in a conservative forum with one that is a citizen of a foreign country that America had to go to war with to escape from, who actually lives in yet another country, but I'll get used to it.

I am ALL ABOUT the 1787 constitution and the republic that was under it.  I take each principal of all three founding documents literally as one body of constitutional intent that weathered some serious competition for inclusion and exclusion, so is a bit fragmented.

My take on our situation will probably seem liberal to some, but then radically conservative to others.  I do not fit any partisan mold and indeed consider partisan politics to be a tool to divide and conquer, which it has, leaving constitutional principals behind.

I've come to understand that the 1787 constitution stands for a set of absolutes that happen to be actual and real natural law.  However, strict priority rules the application of those absolutes for us in managing all critical aspects of our collective decision making as we struggle for opportunity to create the nation "of and for the people" in a republic which is intended to have democratic oversight by the people.

My views and information supporting them will be contentious, but absolutely founded in supportable definition of constitutional intent. That is what I consider to be real conservatisim.
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Has anyone here ever run for a political office?
« Last post by Dr. Meh on October 25, 2014, 11:16:48 PM »
No, claiming you will do something while you hold a political office, or that you will carry out the business of the people you are there to represent in a certain fashion, or that you believe in a particular ideology, when you know you full well that you have zero intention of doing so, or that no you don't believe in that ideology, is not called politics, it is called lying.

IF we want true change effected in this nation it must be done the "right" way.

Starting out, by repeating the exact same behaviour as well that of Rino's or Dims, is the wrong way.

Because it's no different, than well just another, run of the mill, lying liberal dimocrap or Rino-repubican.

Read my later post where I further explain what I said to those who have a hard time understanding. Always a good idea to read a whole thread before responding.
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The libs love affair with Eugenics, the very same evil that led to the Holocaust of Nazi Germany, and which was embraced as a national policy by the Nazi Regime and Adolf, is well established.

See: Libs support of Planned Parenthood, abortion, and Co-founder Margaret Sanger. Just some of her own words for ya:

[We should] apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring.

Birth control must lead ultimately to a cleaner race.

http://www.lifenews.com/2013/03/11/10-eye-opening-quotes-from-planned-parenthood-founder-margaret-sanger/

The leftists support of planned parenthood has zero to do with "women's rights".

And everything to do with eugenics, and the targeted, intentional, attempt at what is today known as genocide.

I don't know what's worse, the libs like Sanger, or the libs who blindly follow after and support the "movement" she helped to found.

All the while insisting "we the taxpayers" foot the bill for them to carry out what has been up to this point in history merely an attempt at genocide.

Oh, and the pic you posted in the OP is child of mixed heritage yes, but not an "albino" anything. A true "albino" has red eyes. Appearing that way because of the total lack of pigmentation, and is something only very, very, very rarely seen in human beings.

The thing I hate the most is hearing that someone is this or that "American" or that someone is this or that "race".

We are all Americans.

And

While we all like to say we know a neanderthal or two, unless one know's of some actual, living Australopithecus's running around someplace, only one race of human beings on this planet today.


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Swing and a miss. I'm saying I support conservatives in office. If that means offering some concessions to RINOs to get into office, go for it. It's called politics.

No, claiming you will do something while you hold a political office, or that you will carry out the business of the people you are there to represent in a certain fashion, or that you believe in a particular ideology, when you know you full well that you have zero intention of doing so, or that no you don't believe in that ideology, is not called politics, it is called lying.

IF we want true change effected in this nation it must be done the "right" way.

Starting out, by repeating the exact same behaviour as well that of Rino's or Dims, is the wrong way.

Because it's no different, than well just another, run of the mill, lying liberal dimocrap or Rino-repubican.
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Corporations don't create jobs, this however is not to say that government does or ever did either.

What a business or corporation does, is provide a good or service the consumer wants.

Consumers create the jobs, when they buy that corporation or business's goods or services.
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: The Optimistic GOP Story Everyone is Missing
« Last post by taxed on October 25, 2014, 10:32:53 PM »
It's A-OK to not like McConnell or Boehner but everything has its season.

Boehner will face a primary challenge in 2016 if the Tea Party can find someone to oppose him.

November is NOT the time RINO hunting.   Its donkey season.

Wrong.  RINO hunting is a year-round sport.
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 Glad to see that the revolving door is still working!  :sad:

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Investigators were poring over the conflicting backgrounds Saturday of a Utah couple accused in a crime spree that killed two deputies, with federal authorities saying the 34-year-old man charged in the slayings has used at least two identities and has been deported from the United States twice in the past.

Marquez is suspected of being the triggerman in a crime spree that began at 10:22 a.m. Friday in a Motel 6 parking lot near the Arden Fair mall, where he allegedly shot and killed Sacramento sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver, 47, as the deputy approached a car Marquez and Monroy were in.

The couple, armed with an AR-15 rifle and at least two pistols, then allegedly took off and carjacked two other vehicles, shot a motorist who resisted giving up his car and fled to Auburn, authorities said. There, two Placer County deputies confronted them along a roadway and Marquez shot and killed Detective Michael Davis Jr. and wounded Deputy Jeff Davis, authorities say.

Sheriff’s officials have identified the suspect as Marcelo Marquez, but the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency said in a statement Saturday that his name actually is Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte.


Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/crime/article3368389.html#storylink=cpy
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: New member introduction
« Last post by The Observer on October 25, 2014, 08:38:37 PM »
I very rarely google, except in the case of exact dates or figures, as my posts come from the top of my head and are the result of a decade spent in various UK Universities; I lecture, it’s what I do for a living. I look on google as a third party account of what someone else said and not needed as I provide my own explanations in my own words. The articles I write are my own thoughts. I’m a fiscal conservative in that I believe you can’t spend what you haven’t got; I’m for welfare for the very few and certainly not as an entitlement for all and I believe in the freedom of the individual to pursue their own path to happiness and with the acceptance that some will fail. In other words, I believe in equal opportunities, but not equal outcomes. I don’t know if all that makes me an American Conservative, but it brings out the cries of ‘fascist’ in the UK.  :laugh:
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