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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Trump Flip Flop, or Flat Out Lie
« Last post by Solar on Today at 01:39:29 PM »
Any talk of raising the minimum wage on a national level is ludicrous. Leave it ti the states to commit suicide if they so choose.
Exactly! It's why more businesses are folding in Ca as I type...
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Trump Stiffs Little Girls
« Last post by Solar on Today at 01:38:06 PM »
He thought he was going to benefit from Trump?  Joke's on him.........
:lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbsup:
Squeeze a buck from Trump? Never gonna happen, Hell, he probably doesn't have any ready cash available anyway.
The broke, lying bastard.
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LEVIN: WHY AREN'T CONSERVATIVES LIVID ABOUT TRUMP'S MINIMUM WAGE FLIP FLOP?

During a lengthy press conference Wednesday, Trump recanted his former intentions to leave minimum wage alone, instead saying he would raise it to $10 an hour.

Trump has been back-and-forth so often on minimum wage policy it's surprising that he doesn’t have whiplash. At any rate, Mark Levin wasn’t afraid to call Trump out on the flip-flop during his radio program Wednesday night.

“This is economic illiteracy,” said Levin. “Raising the minimum wage eviscerates jobs for the ‘little people’ – the unskilled and no-skilled.”

Listen to Levin break down the issue to perfection:   https://soundcloud.com/conservativereview

Any talk of raising the minimum wage on a national level is ludicrous. Leave it ti the states to commit suicide if they so choose.
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The Living Room / Pretty Cool, or Warm Actually
« Last post by Solar on Today at 01:20:00 PM »
Aussie wins Micronesian island from a raffle ticket



A Wollongong man has won his very own Pacific island resort after lashing out $65 on a raffle ticket.

Forget winning a meat tray or bottle of wine in your local pub raffle, a man identified only as Joshua from Wollongong has won the raffle of a lifetime, taking out a 16-room resort on Kosrae in Micronesia.

The Kosrae Nautilus Resort was raffled off by the Australian owners, Doug and Sally Beitz, who decided to hand over their paradise property after setting it up two decades ago.

Prior to the winning ticket getting drawn, Mr Beitz said he was hoping the winner would be “someone who likes warm weather, likes meeting new people from around the world, is adventurous.”

Joshua purchased just three tickets out of the 75,485 that were sold to people in about 150 countries.

The winning ticket, 44,980, was drawn on Tuesday and the results were posted on Facebook.

At first, Mr Beitz was unsuccessful at reaching Joshua to inform him of the life-changing good news.

“His name is Joshua and he's from Australia,” Mr Beitz revealed after the winner was finally contacted.

According to the company's website, the business is debt free, profitable and already fully staffed and Joshua gets to take ownership of it all.

More~  http://tenplay.com.au/news/national/july/aussie-wins-micronesian-island-from-a-raffle-ticket
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Get ready to laugh at the idiots. :rolleyes:

CLEVELAND — Two controversial figures on the right met late Wednesday night over drinks to plot a primary challenge to Ted Cruz after the Texas senator refused to endorse Donald Trump at the Republican convention here.

Renegade GOP operative Roger Stone said he and Infowars founder Alex Jones, a conspiracy theorist, are planting the seeds to ensure Cruz is sent packing from Washington when his first term ends in 2018.
“We’re actively looking for a candidate,” Stone told The Hill.

The Hill asked Stone, a longtime Trump ally and conservative agitator, if he would consider Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson, who lost a primary challenge to Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) in 2014.

Stone said he’d rather recruit Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who backed Cruz in the primary and hosted fundraisers for him.

“He’d be my choice, but in all honesty, anybody who is registered in the Republican Party in Texas would be better than Ted Cruz,” he said.
http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/senate-races/288719-roger-stone-alex-jones-plot-primary-challenge-to-cruz

Bring 'em on!
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Folks, do not forget about all the gains TEA has made since 2010. These people are moving through the ranks. My congressman, Mark Meadows, is an example of some of the good conservatives who are being elected. He is not presidential material, but he is already respected in just his second term in the house. They are out there we just have to keep identifying them and helping them move up.
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Trump Flip Flop, or Flat Out Lie
« Last post by taxed on Today at 01:00:58 PM »
Just the non endorsement kept Cruz supporters (ie. real conservatives) from voting, resulting in his loss...yadda, yadda, yadda

Oh, ha, yes.... they will definitely try that...
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Trump Flip Flop, or Flat Out Lie
« Last post by Sauce on Today at 12:57:30 PM »
Not sure #2.  Nothing to really blame Cruz for, except being a conservative.

Just the non endorsement kept Cruz supporters (ie. real conservatives) from voting, resulting in his loss...yadda, yadda, yadda
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Add another sacrificial Commie fool to the Conga line
I'll bring the popcorn for this Caligula style slaughter of a commie by a Constitutional Conservative.
Write in Cruz in Nov

Castro looking at Cruz challenge

“I'm going to take a look at it in 2018. I'll take a look at that and other opportunities,” Castro said Tuesday in an interview with CBS News.

“I've never been somebody who's said in two years I absolutely need to run for Senate or governor, but I will take a look at it.”
Castro would be seen as an underdog to Cruz, as Texas hasn’t had a Democratic senator since 1993.

But some believe Cruz could be a weaker Republican candidate after his decision not to endorse GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump at last week’s Republican National Convention.
http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/senate-races/289258-castro-looking-at-cruz-challenge
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Wow, two of the deuchiest Deuches in the world teaming up...



...Wonder what the fumigation and/or cleanup costs were for the poor bar owner to get the stench out of his establishment? :ttoung:
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