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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: CPAC Straw Poll results
« Last post by AmericanMom on Today at 07:52:59 AM »
25.7            Sen. Rand Paul
21.4            Gov. Scott Walker
11.5            Sen. Ted Cruz

11.4            Dr. Ben Carson
8.3             Former Gov. Jeb Bush
4.3             Former Sen. Rick Santorum
3.7             Sen. Marco Rubio
3.5             Donald Trump
3.0             Carly Fiorina
2.8             Gov. Chris Christie
1.1             Former Gov. Rick Perry
0.9             Gov. Bobby Jindal
0.8             Former Gov. Sarah Palin
0.3             Former Gov. Mike Huckabee
0.3             Former Ambassador John Bolton
0.1             Sen. Lindsey Graham
0.1             Former Gov. George Pataki

1.0             Undecided
0.7             Other


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Walker at a close #2 pretty good for someone just starting his campaign! :popcorn: :popcorn:



I will fully support any of those three....   :thumbsup:
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Being upset with illegals for coming to this country is like being upset about being attacked by a wild animal - they are just doing what comes naturally to them. A wild animal attacks because it is a wild animal. Illegal immigrants come to this country because it is better here than where they came from.

The problem isn't the illegal immigrants, it is the Government which fails to enforce our immigration laws and refuses the require those immigrants (both legal and illegal) to assimilate to this country and respect our customs and traditions.
Well, I'm sure you understand that wars are caused by political Leaders and that the civilians who follow such Leaders always suffer the hardships of war, far more than those who actually wage it.  All the people of the world, including  those poor souls who are born into subjegation in so many Muslim countries, around the globe, are no doubt decent human beings, as individuals. It's too damn bad for the Palastinans that they 'elected' the Muscum Terrorist Group, Hamas, to represent them.  (I use this as an example of good individuals who are corrpted by looking outside themselves to get what the other guy got)

Nonetheless, my sympathies are with American's and their children's dreams, not the dreams of illegal aliens!  Let them be great people in their own country and help make their own damn countres greater than they are!  Hell, we'll help tham (even more than we do now)..BUT..it's not their right to steal what is ours!  Let them come here legally or to hell with them! :cursing:
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MSM Distraction News / Re: So, what is the color of the dress?
« Last post by Dori on Today at 07:46:50 AM »
White and gold. I have yet to see blue and black.

I was watching "The Five" the other day.  One saw the blue and black and the other four thought he was nuts.  He said if you stare at the gold part, it will turn black and stay that way. It won't go back to white and gold.
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Being upset with illegals for coming to this country is like being upset about being attacked by a wild animal - they are just doing what comes naturally to them. A wild animal attacks because it is a wild animal. Illegal immigrants come to this country because it is better here than where they came from.

The problem isn't the illegal immigrants, it is the Government which fails to enforce our immigration laws and refuses the require those immigrants (both legal and illegal) to assimilate to this country and respect our customs and traditions.
Fails? Hell, they're baiting them with billions in freebies, stolen from the taxpayer.
No, I don't blame the illegals either, I blame leadership of both party's, or rather, THE party.
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What part of that last part don't people understand? :huh:

The left has been wanting single payer, socialized medicine for years, and they thought this was a way to get the process headed in that direction.  It also fits into Obama's "income redistribution" scheme, and the government controlling the private sector. 

Harry Reid said that Obamacare was only a first step towards a fully government run, single payer system. 
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That would give some time to separate the truely needed, indigent few from the lazy, freeloading majority that is breaking the backs of those who pull the wagon (while they get afee ride)

In the 1930's this political cartoon described FDR's socialism..  (Chicago Tribune in 1934)



Harold Ickes served as Secretary of the Interior under FDR starting in 1933. Rexford Tugwell (the guy riding the horse) was a key advisor, as was Henry Wallace, the guy with the shovel. Donald Richberg was the second head of the National Recovery Administration.

Great find! :thumbup:
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Sorry about that.  The whole thing was from the link.  I'll leave it this way.  You think much like I and others do but therein is part of the problem facing us all.  We are not the majority any longer and there is great division in the party between the RINOs and the Conservatives. I hope you are right. :smile:

Ahhh, but we are the majority, but you wouldn't know it listening to the media and, or the GOP, whose defeatist attitude has been part of their plan, to play the underdog and not take any heat for failure.
But like it or not, we gave them a win as they were kicking and screaming for obscurity, we still forced them into a position of owning Legislation passed under their watch .

Yes, it's sadly true, they do not want to be in power, as evidenced by a series of failed candidates to their collection, as in Bush, Dole, McCon, Mitten and now they want to push Bush. Bush?
Think about it, does that really sound like the strategy of a party Hell bent on winning would pull?

The GOP leadership is nothing but an extension of the DNC establishment, both related and sharing of the same goals for the country, and none of it has the interests of the people.
So what you see and hear in the media is all packaged product for mass consumption.
Simply step back with an open mind and see the ire of the people, something the Establishment doesn't want us to focus on, instead, they create the illusion that Clinton, a failed pol, actually has a viable chance at getting elected.

In truth, it's so ludicrous to think there are really that many gullible people out there left to believe it, but as you pointed out, the left is extremely stupid, but after 6 years, they don't want anymore, no matter how the media sells it.

Yes, the Dim product is dead, not that the GOP is all that much more desirable, but TEA doesn't care about rescuing the GOP, we just want to steal the party and kick the scum Establishment to the curb.
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Our federal officials don't care if it's legal or if what ever program is affordable. If it buys votes, the program is good in their feeble minds.

EXACTLY!

And that, my friend, in a nutshell, is why the IRS will never be seriously reformed, let alone, abolished. It collects the money that politicians of all persuasions, use to bribe their way back into office.
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Were Obama to create a country within (our) country; would it be a Civil War if (our) country declared war on their country?  :huh: :huh:

Being upset with illegals for coming to this country is like being upset about being attacked by a wild animal - they are just doing what comes naturally to them. A wild animal attacks because it is a wild animal. Illegal immigrants come to this country because it is better here than where they came from.

The problem isn't the illegal immigrants, it is the Government which fails to enforce our immigration laws and refuses the require those immigrants (both legal and illegal) to assimilate to this country and respect our customs and traditions.
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Our federal officials don't care if it's legal or if what ever program is affordable. If it buys votes, the program is good in their feeble minds.
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