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To: Jonty30
Roomey has the cash on hand.

Three of the richest people in the country willing to spend what it takes to get us rid of Obama. Sheldon Adelson, The Koch Brothers all three each richer than Soros.

Hire Newt as a consultant or find the new Lee Attwater and go get them Mitt.

Obamatax is so unpopular you can lost unless you tried.

3 posted on 07/06/2012 2:29:28 AM PDT by scooby321 (h tones)
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To: scooby321; Cincinatus' Wife

Scooby your comments refer to an election that goes against Obama and Harry Reid in the Senate, in order to stop Obamacare.

Nothing wrong with that, except what Walter Williams is saying is for states to pass laws against Obamacare and then stand by them. Just refuse to implement the law. And as many states as possible join together and do this.

I have advocated the same already, right here on FR. I cheered when I heard him say it.

Because the election by itself might not do it, depending on if our side gets all it wants or only part.

Also, the lame duck Obama even if he loses would try every conceivable trick to ram this down our throats or anything else he can ram down our throats before a new president was sworn in. Or might drag out a contested election and refuse to concede, even if he lost.

Or we might not do as well in the Senate as we think.

There’s voter fraud, and many people are worried because a foreign company will be involved with our vote counting, so I’ve read, anyway.

Something could go wrong with plans to stop it various other ways. That’s what I’m saying and Walter Williams must agree with me (heh heh) because he advocates the same thing,

8 posted on 07/06/2012 4:41:55 AM PDT by txrangerette ("HOLD TO THE TRUTH...SPEAK WITHOUT FEAR." - Glenn Beck)
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