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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Apr Mon 18, 2011 9:10 am

Trump and Hannity going on concerning Obama about:

his name change;

Obama being Muslim;

Bill Ayres ghost wrote his latest book;

he faked his way into Harvard;

had deep religious experiences as a Muslim;

relationship with Jeremiah Wright.

Palin says Boehner "capitulated" on the budget deal, and Trump and Hannity returning to the same tree visited hundreds of times before.

Obama can be beaten. But not like this.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Apr Wed 20, 2011 7:27 am

One thing for sure, we sorely need a PATRIOT...

Which defunct party offers the most Patriots??


I say INDEPENDENT, the alternative to debt and ruin...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Bridges » Aug Sun 14, 2011 10:39 am

MCasper wrote:
Mac66 wrote:Interesting list. I don't think any of them can win.

The right lives to kick Obama around, so perhaps putting up a weak candidate is all part of the plan. I'd vote for Daniels in a heartbeat if given the chance.
Pawlenty has a chance.
Wanna try again, Mark! =))
Scituate BOS, BU Prof and scientist Rick Murray: The only real answer is retreat. I feel for these people...They inherited their house from their great grandmother or spent a lot of money to buy it. But...we are fighting a losing battle with the sea.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Bridges » Aug Sun 14, 2011 10:41 am

bobkat wrote:Who ever wins the White house has to win the people of Penn,Ohio, Ill. Ind. Wis, and Mn. I believe the only Republican that can do that is Tim Pawlenty. All the other ones have to much baggage.
Wanna try again, Bobkat?

He never even made it out of the starting gate. I guess you could kind of award him "last place"...

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I still like Barak's chances.
LONG way out, and it will be tight, but he's holding his own against Mitt:
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls ... html#polls

Race does not really begin until GOP picks a nominee. And the more far out (like Palin or Bachman), the more it helps the Dems. Obama debating those two clowns would be a treat!

Many of the likely GOP candidates are WAY too extreme. When liberals and moderates get a good look, they will be galvanized in opposition.

Then you have the frequent flip-floppers like Mitt. The right-winger Earl Jr. types DETEST Mitt.

Perry? Give me a break! I mean - the guy's response to the Texas drought crisis was to plead for folks to pray for rain! =)) Yeah - that's really being grounded in reality!

So, I guess if Bobkat is to be believed, the GOP is now finished, as Pawlenty has dropped out.
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by MCasper » Aug Sun 14, 2011 11:39 am

Bridges wrote:
MCasper wrote:
Pawlenty has a chance.
Wanna try again, Mark! =))
He had a chance ... he blew it. Why the celebration? His campaign has been over for months?
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Bridges » Aug Sun 14, 2011 11:53 am

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He had a chance ... he blew it. Why the celebration? His campaign has been over for months?
Really? He only just dropped out. He only formally announced his candidacy on May 23, so how could his campaign have "been over for months"? It's only been in existence for for less than 3 months! :roll:

Wanna try again? More like you blew your prediction...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by MCasper » Aug Sun 14, 2011 12:44 pm

Poll Date Romney Perry Bachmann Palin Paul Cain Gingrich Pawlenty Huntsman Santorum Spread

Today's RCP Average 7/28 - 8/9 21.0 16.2 10.2 10.0 9.0 5.6 5.2 2.4 2.4 2.0 Romney +4.8

(When he announced) PPP (D) 5/23 - 5/25 16 -- 9 16 9 12 9 13 4 -- Tie


(When I made my comment that he had a chance, NOT my prediction that he would win.)

PPP (D) 3/10 - 3/13 17 -- -- 16 9 -- 14 5 -- -- Romney +1
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The race has been going on for years for Tim P. ... where you been? Is there no limit to the number of subjects you're ignorant in?

I'll say it again ... there was only one person on the stage Thursday that could be the GOP nominee ... and his name is Mitt. Anyone else, and there are several, wasn't in the race then.
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Bridges » Aug Sun 14, 2011 1:33 pm

And I will say it again. Pawlenty only formally announced his candidate May 23. So he was NOT A CANDIDATE before then.

Spin it all you want. Those are the facts!

Hmm - this headline from May 23 "Pawlenty may have the shortest campaign in history" may have been a bit prophetic.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/05/2 ... in-history

"he pardoned and wiped clean the record of a child molester who then went on to molest his own daughter over 250 times"...

Go figure! Since the Willy Horton-esque news broke right away, he likely never had much of a chance...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Kurt Schluter » Aug Sun 14, 2011 3:39 pm

Perry? Give me a break! I mean - the guy's response to the Texas drought crisis was to plead for folks to pray for rain! =)) Yeah - that's really being grounded in reality!
It's ignorant, elitist comments like this that illustrate the extremist left-wing minority's view of the citizenry that will be its downfall. America is not center left but center right. The vast majority worship God.
Atheists/Liberals lose.
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Aug Sun 14, 2011 8:35 pm

Bilgy is history but he just hasn't received his walking papers yet... :mrgreen:
His former handlers are spending all the CCX money and laughing @ what an easy mark he was...
Reminds me of when the communists of the 50s used like minded useful idiots, you know, BOTTOM UP!!!
Who cares if they got crushed, they turned a bob and caused some power for the elite...


As for GOP picks, looking pretty, most impressionable here is MB and HC... And Perry...

Best line of real democrats I've seen in a long while... Too bad they don't dare join in with todays so called democrats...
No matter, they would be pink slimed anyhow...



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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Bridges » Aug Sun 14, 2011 8:57 pm

Kurt Schluter wrote:
Perry? Give me a break! I mean - the guy's response to the Texas drought crisis was to plead for folks to pray for rain! =)) Yeah - that's really being grounded in reality!
It's ignorant, elitist comments like this that illustrate the extremist left-wing minority's view of the citizenry that will be its downfall. America is not center left but center right. The vast majority worship God.
Atheists/Liberals lose.
No - that's where YOU are ignorant.

There is nothing wrong with worship. But it should NOT be a replacement for sound public policy or common sense.

When the ONLY answer you have for a prolonged drought, is to ask folks to pray...well, those folks are in for a WORLD of hurt!

We do NOT live in a theocracy, nor do folks want one!

http://motherjones.com/mojo/2011/04/ric ... -pray-rain
Mother Jones wrote:Texas is in the grip of historic wildfires that have destroyed nearly 1.8 million acres of forest and grassland in the state as well as 400 homes. The almost 8,000 fires so far this year are unprecedented
And his response is to ask folks to pray? :roll:
Mother Jones wrote:Now, for a little bit of context: Perry is well-known for his skepticism about the existence of global warminga phenomenon that has contributed to the conditions that cause wildfires. It's also more than a little ironic given that the state last year filed a lawsuit to block the Environmental Protection Agency's regulations of planet-warming emissions, claiming that the finding that climate change poses a threat to humans is based on flawed science.

I reached out to a Andrew Dessler, a professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M University, for some thoughts on the governor's proclamation. "I certainly don't think that praying will hurt. My concern is that the Governor has no Plan B," wrote Dessler in an email. "If praying doesn't work, what then? If we don't start taking reasonable steps to protect ourselves soon, then I will indeed be prayingfor better leadership in Austin."
And that's the point, isn't it?

Prayer is fine. It's when prayer trumps common sense and prudent public policy, that we have a SERIOUS problem!

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Aug Sun 14, 2011 9:07 pm

Good way to draw and arc, bildgy... Your agents have been praying against US for a long time now...
Time to buck up...

We do NOT live in a theocracy
Really? eric holder thinks that the 2nd amendment does not allow citizens to bear arms... ( givaway )
Subject: Own a Gun? Please, Keep This Moving Fast




Attorney General, Eric Holder, has already said this is one of his major issues. He does not believe the 2nd Amendment gives individuals the right to bear arms. This takes literally 2 clicks to complete. Please vote on this gun issue question with USA Today. It will only take a few seconds of your time. Then pass the link on. This upcoming year will become critical for gun owners with the Supreme Court's accepting the District of Columbia case against the right for individuals to bear arms.

Vote on this one.

"Does the Second Amendment give individuals the right to bear arms?"
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Phil » Aug Mon 15, 2011 6:34 am

Epic Fail 0bamas' approval rating dropped below 40% for the 1st time according to Gallup. Bye Bye loser!

1 and done 2012
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Aug Mon 15, 2011 6:41 am

prez, albore, bildge pump, three mezuza loosers...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by MCasper » Aug Mon 15, 2011 8:04 am

Bridges wrote: ... There is nothing wrong with worship. But it should NOT be a replacement for sound public policy or common sense.

When the ONLY answer you have for a prolonged drought, is to ask folks to pray...well, those folks are in for a WORLD of hurt!
Please enlighten us you pompous a$$ ... which state government department in Blue State America is used for producing rain??
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Aug Mon 15, 2011 10:15 am

If not for the Ted Party, The Department of Rain Creation and Oversight was in the works, Biden was to lead a blue ribbon panel.

Bridges is one stupuid &*%$*&^$() , man he'll blow a gasket if someone who believes in God is elected,
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Re: Republican leadership

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Aug Mon 15, 2011 1:20 pm

From the WSJ editorial page this morning. Unexpected pessimism.

The emergence of Mr. Perry and Mrs. Bachmann is nonetheless more evidence that GOP voters continue to have doubts about their candidates. Mitt Romney is a weak front-runner who has money and campaign experience and looks Presidential. But he gives little evidence that he has convictions beyond faith in his own technocratic expertise. Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman is likewise running on his resume more than a philosophy of government. We would have thought that John McCain proved you can't beat Mr. Obama on biography.

Republicans and independents are desperate to find a candidate who can appeal across the party's disparate factions and offer a vision of how to constrain a runaway government and revive America's once-great private economy. If the current field isn't up to that, perhaps someone still off the field will step in and run. Now would be the time.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Aug Mon 15, 2011 2:18 pm

'The emergence of Mr. Perry and Mrs. Bachmann is nonetheless more evidence that GOP voters continue to have doubts about their candidates.
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Can someone please tell me what this statement means, to me it's doublespeak, moonbat banter
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Aug Mon 15, 2011 2:33 pm

doublespeak, moonbat banter
and from the Wall St. Journal, no less.

It means the WSJ is not sure Obama can be beaten by a member of the current candidate crop. The door is open. You should declare.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Bridges » Aug Mon 15, 2011 7:49 pm

JIMD wrote:
Bridges is one stupuid &*%$*&^$() , man he'll blow a gasket if someone who believes in God is elected,
Really? I am not aware that we've ever had an atheist Prez...though many of the Founding Fathers were deists...meaning they were not at all into organized religion, and would have frowned on Perry's public prayer for rain, most likely.

Ironic that Perry's trying to be the darling of the "Tea Party"...Think he'd agree with this quote from someone who was around for the ORIGINAL Tea Party?
Thomas Jefferson, letter to William Short, August 4, 1820 wrote:That Jesus did not mean to impose Himself on mankind as the Son of God, physically speaking, I have been convinced by the writings of men more learned than myself in the lore."
Scituate BOS, BU Prof and scientist Rick Murray: The only real answer is retreat. I feel for these people...They inherited their house from their great grandmother or spent a lot of money to buy it. But...we are fighting a losing battle with the sea.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Sep Thu 29, 2016 9:33 am

The same Republicans blocking Obama's appointment of an ambassador to Cuba, citing human rights violations and lack of progress towards democracy, are likely supporting continual funding of Saudi Arabia's advanced weapons program; those weapons being used to bomb Yemen into the stone age, indiscriminately killing and maiming civilians.

These same Saudi's who publicly behead criminals, torture political prisoners, hire and mistreat migrant labor, and relegate women to second class citizenship, among other things.

But hey, they have lots of dough and are willing to ship it here in exchange for advanced weapons. 9-11 and it s true origins fading by the day...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Sep Thu 29, 2016 11:35 am

Maxus,

You are totally out of your tree when it comes to Cuba...

Like what your handlers did to that island prison nation...

You are sooo bumma :lol: who no one even came out to see when he arrived and dropped off that 10 billion dollar cash bag.. ( your money )

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Re: Republican leadership

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http://www.newsweek.com/2016/10/14/dona ... 04059.html
A company controlled by Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for president, secretly conducted business in Communist Cuba during Fidel Castro’s presidency despite strict American trade bans that made such undertakings illegal, according to interviews with former Trump executives, internal company records and court filings.
Documents show that the Trump company spent a minimum of $68,000 for its 1998 foray into Cuba at a time when the corporate expenditure of even a penny in the Caribbean country was prohibited without U.S. government approval. But the company did not spend the money directly. Instead, with Trump’s knowledge, executives funneled the cash for the Cuba trip through an American consulting firm called Seven Arrows Investment and Development Corp. Once the business consultants traveled to the island and incurred the expenses for the venture, Seven Arrows instructed senior officers with Trump’s company—then called Trump Hotels & Casino Resorts—how to make it appear legal by linking it after the fact to a charitable effort.The payment by Trump Hotels came just before the New York business mogul launched his first bid for the White House, seeking the nomination of the Reform Party.

On his first day of the campaign, he traveled to Miami, where he spoke to a group of Cuban-Americans, a critical voting bloc in the swing state. Trump vowed to maintain the embargo and never spend his or his companies’ money in Cuba until Fidel Castro was removed from power.
The only thing Trump cares about is making money for Trump. Let the spinning begin..., and the loyal stooges like Mugs can begin making excuses.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Sep Thu 29, 2016 12:42 pm

A company controlled by Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for presiden
Ahhh, better check this out fer sure, I heard the straight dope on this lie this morning when Chris Plante spelled it all out...
It was NOT his company and you've been gassed again...
Just stream WMAL-AM ( Washington ) daily from 9a to noon... It's a laugh a minute and spells curtins for your sick 'Pravda' mill...
He clears up so many lies that you dopes expect the free to feed upon...
How did it not compare to the hundreds of millions in funny bux from bill and shrill's 'benevolent' sell out scheme??
http://www.wmal.com/

Go ahead and embarrass yourself, tune in to Chris Plante... Often... Break free from your liar, left over soviets...
http://www.wmal.com/ better than a much needed exorcism... ( and yule like yourself for the humor ) :lol:
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Tue 28, 2017 4:43 pm

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/03/r ... y-policies
Republicans rushed a resolution through the Senate to repeal landmark privacy protections enacted by the Federal Communications Commission. The legislation would also bar the FCC from ever again acting to protect users’ data from internet providers.

Under the repeal, the companies that provide your broadband service—be it Comcast, Cox, Time Warner, AT&T, or Verizon—will be able to engage in all sorts of underhanded ways to monetize your personal information. They’ll be allowed to collect your browsing history, hijack your search results, insert unwanted advertisements, and sell your data to marketers. In other words, if this repeal passes, no user should rest assured again.
This is police state stuff. I doubt most of the dopey Republicans even bothered to read the legislation.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Mar Tue 28, 2017 6:58 pm

Maybe the repubs do not feel threatened... I'd trust em... Been doing just that since the termites ate my party...

Thanks much for holding them up to much higher standards, macdaddymushy, it worked!!! You get a 10 for that....

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Tue 28, 2017 10:12 pm

Regardless of which side you fall on, we’ve essentially turned over the internet to ISPs, and stripped away what few rules they had in regards to our privacy. We’ve now given ISPs — and partners they share data with or sell data to — everything from the content of your emails to what apps you download, and even (potentially) your online healthcare records.

The repeal also means ISPs are no longer required to alert you of potential data breaches and take reasonable measures to protect our user data.
Hey smart guy, your online life is now for sale. Trump loves the Russians and you love the East Germans. It all figures. Right wing obsessions with surveillance and safety all hits at the same time.

So you like being watched, huh? Billy Buckley is spinning right now...

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Post by specialties » Mar Wed 29, 2017 5:10 am

Regardless of which side you fall down on, we’ve essentially turned over the internet to ISPs,
You neglect the 'third' side... I for one am neither a dem or repub...

Besides, this was all OK with you as long as the 'other government' was at the con...

And you need 'three' sides to resolve something more complicated than a two way rat screw and they voted in November and the marxists were fired!!

Its time that y'all come up with someone who will be voted in next time.. Why squander what little political cash you have on losers??
Americans will be thinking for a good while now so why not a squeaky clean candidate, got one??

The republicans will patch us back to the real world even considering decades of trashing and boogey men/women tinkers...

In the meanwhile we watch the sad sacks shuck and jive...
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Wed 29, 2017 7:35 am

we watch the sad sacks shuck and jive
Yeah, imagine controlling the WH, the House, the Senate, with 8 years of prep and iron clad promises, still screwing up their first big deal...

No fear, coal's coming back and ISP's can snoop and sell..this guy knows how to get things done!

3 billion down payment on the wall needed...I'm sure Donny can count on a check from you...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Mar Wed 29, 2017 7:39 am

That's a hoot thinking the internet was ever private or will ever be private. That assumption is a good sign of stupidity

If I googled it or blogged it or even just logged on it's no longer private, it's public domain. My life is not on-line
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Mar Wed 29, 2017 8:10 am

No fear, coal's coming back and ISP's can snoop and sell..this guy knows how to get things done!
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Wed 29, 2017 8:15 am

That assumption is a good sign of stupidity
Missing the point more completely than usual. Your ISP collecting your personal browsing history, including health information, and then selling it, is orders of magnitude more serious than tracking your visits to hotfoxbabes.com

Nobody said the internet was private.

Funny if some of these holier than thou Republicans got caught in their own net...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Mar Wed 29, 2017 9:07 am

So the bama never snoop doggy pooped on Rosen, IRS victims, Bernie, etc. right??

What do you have to hide?? Its 3/29/17 @ 1307 Zulu, do you know where your soul is??
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Wed 29, 2017 9:33 am

So the bama
Who? you mean the former WH occupant now surfing with Richard Branson and writing his book nobody cares about?

You had us all fooled into thinking you were forward looking... keep digging up the old bones and nuts, have fun. Nobody cares..

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by JIMD » Mar Wed 29, 2017 9:43 am

Including health information? How would they get that if you don't post health issues on Facebook?


and even (potentially) your online healthcare record, Fake news, but you can thank your boy Barry because it never should have been there to begin with, don't you get it the internet is not private



Hey the US government couldn't stop China from hacking into it's data base and collecting pertinent information on Top Secret clearance personel

Far more concerned with the government incompetency then Facebook and Yahoo.
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Mar Wed 29, 2017 10:16 am

Who? you mean the former WH occupant now surfing with Richard Branson and writing his book nobody cares about?
Yeah, thought you were still hard wired to his exhaust... That's good, shove off from that schtuffs...

So you remain preferred to dnc leadership... That's bad... Will call you 'nowhere man'...
Or at least connected to debbie wasserman schnitz?? Now donna is down for the count... Who next??
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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Wed 29, 2017 12:57 pm

You have to be kidding. I was prepared to vote Republican last time out. I am no fan of the DNC, or of Hillary, and I think that Obama's foreign-policy, especially his relationships with other foreign leaders and his policy toward Syria, have been very bad for the country.

Voting for a good Republican was always a choice. Voting for a con man like trump, was never a choice.

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by specialties » Mar Wed 29, 2017 4:41 pm

Good news... He is not a republican...

But he is an American and a conservative much to the chagrin of maxine and the silly sisters...
You know, like the maoists, cuba, venezuela, etc. and all the other failures...

And he has done more with his life than all the hairballs rolled up... Give credit...
First it was the CHURCH, then the FAMILY, and now the NATION...

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Re: Republican leadership

Post by Mac66 » Mar Wed 29, 2017 4:52 pm

Give credit...
He's not a conservative. He is a capitalist. And he hasn't done anything yet. Except protect his business interests, hire cronies and yes men, and energize the left.

Signing executive orders is easy. He and his boys flunked the first hard test.

Tax reform. Small business support and growth. Pull back from stupid entanglements. Talk a lot less in public and negotiate a lot more in private. Go old school. Like LBJ, as a negotiator.

Stop lying, and insinuating, and speculating.

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