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WSJ’s Stephen Moore to Join Heritage as Chief Economist (Jim DeMint hires Amnesty Pimp...)
Heritage Foundation ^ | 1/21/14 | Rob Bluey

Posted on 01/21/2014 9:23:53 AM PST by jimbo123

Edited on 01/21/2014 9:29:35 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]

Stephen Moore, a member of the Wall Street Journal’s editorial board and founder of the Club for Growth, is returning to The Heritage Foundation as chief economist.

In an exclusive interview with The Foundry, Moore said he chose Heritage because he’s philosophically aligned with the think tank’s policy agenda and wants to have a real impact on policy debates.

“I really wanted to be on the front line of the policy debate and I thought Heritage would be the perfect place for that,” Moore told The Foundry. “I honestly believe that Heritage is the most influential of the think tanks in Washington. I don’t think there’s really any question about that.”

As Heritage’s chief economist, Moore said he will concentrate on advancing policies that increase the rate of economic growth in order to help the United States retain its position as the global economic superpower. He will also work on budget, fiscal, and monetary policy. In addition to his focus on federal issues, he plans to showcase states that are getting fiscal issues right.

Moore said states play an important role because President Obama is unlikely to address any of the long-term fiscal challenges in the remainder of his term.

We have a president who is not interested in compromise. He wants to advance a leftist, big-government agenda. That’s frustrating because he’s not like Bill Clinton. We could actually work with Bill Clinton to get things like welfare reform done, which was a big victory for Heritage and the conservative movement. I don’t see Barack Obama moving to the center in any way.

Next week during his State of the Union address, Obama is expected to once again talk about inequality. Americans should prepare for more of Obama’s typical redistributionist rhetoric, said Moore, who believes that approach won’t grow the economy.

“One of the projects I’m going to be working on is how Obama has discredited liberal ideas more than anyone,” Moore said. “Everything he’s done has been such a massive failure — from the stimulus to health-care reform to bailouts to green energy.”

Heritage Homecoming

Moore, 53, previously worked at Heritage from 1983 to 1987 as the Grover M. Hermann Fellow in Budgetary Affairs.

“I was here when Heritage literally moved into this building,” Moore said of the current Capitol Hill location on Massachusetts Avenue. “Everyone thought there’s no way Heritage is going to fill up this big building.”

The 1980s were a critical period in Heritage’s history and Moore said that made his job — focusing primarily on the federal budget — exciting.

“Heritage was Ronald Reagan’s think tank,” he said. “We had a president who was adopting a lot of our policies. And if not adopting them, paying attention to them.”

Today, Moore joins a think tank that’s grown in many ways. With hundreds of thousands of supporters and a team of 275 employees, Heritage is much larger than during Moore’s previous stint. However, he said the same concept that made Heritage successful in the early years — timely and high-quality policy research — is just as important today.

“Everything is so much faster and in real time now,” Moore said. “You have to be nimble and responsive to what’s going on day to day. Heritage pioneered that. And while we need to be an instant response team, we also need to work on big broad policy initiatives.”

Heritage Action for America is another change — a sister organization that was created in 2010 to advance conservative policy ideas in Congress. Last year, Moore was critical of the tactics to defund Obamacare — a campaign spearheaded by Heritage Action — but he said the activist group is clearly a valuable addition.

“One of the reasons I wanted to come here is because of the presence of Heritage Action, which can help put these policies over the goal line,” he said.

Last year in a Wall Street Journal column, Moore took issue with Heritage Foundation President Jim DeMint’s characterization of the late Milton Friedman’s view of immigration. Moore said he discussed the issue with DeMint recently.

Now, with immigration reform likely to be debated in Congress again this year, Moore said he welcomed the opportunity to work on the issue at Heritage.

Jim DeMint and I may not agree on everything about immigration, but what Jim wants me and others to do is develop a pro-growth immigration policy for the country. I don’t want Heritage to be viewed as anti-immigration. We all know immigration is vitally important to our economy. Our goal will be to develop an immigration policy that’s in the best interest of America, our economy, and allows the United States to get the best and brightest people to come here.

Career at a Glance

Moore said his career was shaped by three people who had a profound influence on his life: Julian Simon, a Cato Institute scholar until his death; Ed Feulner, founder of Heritage, and Art Laffer, the economist best known for the Laffer curve.

“What makes them so great is they were willing to take on the conventional wisdom. They were subject to a lot of criticism for doing that,” Moore said. “Those are the real change-makers. It takes a lot of courage to do that.”

Moore’s creation of the Club for Growth in 1998 fits that same model. He told The Foundry it was the defining moment of his career. The organization, which he left in 2004, helps elect conservative members of Congress, including DeMint when he ran for Senate.

“Helping elect Tom Coburn, Jim DeMint, John Thune, Jeff Flake, Steve King — there was some really great people who are here because of what the Club did,” Moore said.

After leaving the Club for Growth, Moore founded the Free Enterprise Fund before taking the job at the Wall Street Journal. In his role as the senior economics writer for the newspaper’s editorial board, Moore covered Washington policy debates and state issues. He said the job gave him a perspective that he thinks will help in his new role at Heritage.

“Because I’ve been a consumer of think tank material and policy research, I think I have a pretty good sense of what reporters want and how to get it to them in the way they want it,” Moore said. “Being timely — and not just offering opinion but giving them the facts and data is really critical.”


TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: amnesty; amnety; conservatives; defunddemint; defundheritage; heritage; heritagefoundation; stephenmoore; thinktanks
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1 posted on 01/21/2014 9:23:53 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: jimbo123

Scratch Heritage off the list.


2 posted on 01/21/2014 9:24:42 AM PST by Arm_Bears (Refuse; Resist; Rebel; Revolt!)
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To: Arm_Bears

Sound like Heritage will be attending the GOP Amnesty Summit next weekend.


3 posted on 01/21/2014 9:26:45 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: jimbo123
"We all know immigration is vitally important to our economy."

I'd like to see that fleshed out so any good arguments could be layed up against the 2000 pages of k|~ @ |) they plan to pass.

4 posted on 01/21/2014 9:26:49 AM PST by Paladin2
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To: jimbo123

I am really surprised at this.


5 posted on 01/21/2014 9:27:30 AM PST by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
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To: Arm_Bears; jimbo123
Right..so now..let me see..DeMint's one of the bad guys all of a sudden?

You people ahave got to get some perspective..

6 posted on 01/21/2014 9:28:02 AM PST by ken5050 (This space available cheap...)
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To: Paladin2

Getting Americans to work is even better for the economy.


7 posted on 01/21/2014 9:28:07 AM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: ken5050

It’s clear Heritage’s donors have told DeMint to get on board with Amnesty.


8 posted on 01/21/2014 9:32:06 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: jimbo123

“We all know immigration is vitally important to our economy.”

Yes, and cancer is vitally important to a cancer patient. A head injury is vitally important to a victim of a car wreck. Obamacare is vitally important to our economy. What a bunch of crap. This is a disappointing hire by Heritage, to say the least.


9 posted on 01/21/2014 9:32:37 AM PST by cdcdawg (Be seeing you...)
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To: jimbo123

What is he thinking or is he thinking at all —


10 posted on 01/21/2014 9:32:37 AM PST by Uncle Chip
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To: ken5050

It’s as if you need a spreadsheet to keep track nowadays. I don’t know Moore’s position on immigration, and couldn’t compare it to DeMint’s even if I did. I suspect few others know, either . . . but the direction of this thread is set.


11 posted on 01/21/2014 9:35:48 AM PST by 1rudeboy
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To: Uncle Chip

Heritage’s Amnesty Pimp Oligarch donors told DeMint to get with the program or else.


12 posted on 01/21/2014 9:36:36 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: jimbo123
It’s clear Heritage’s donors have told DeMint to get on board with Amnesty.

The Chamber of Amnesty and other employer lobbies are going all out on this issue.

13 posted on 01/21/2014 9:37:25 AM PST by Menehune56 ("Let them hate so long as they fear" (Oderint Dum Metuant), Lucius Accius (170 BC - 86 BC))
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To: jimbo123

Is it possible that Steve was too far to the right for the WSJ? I’m withholding judgment until I see his views as a member of Heritage.


14 posted on 01/21/2014 9:38:36 AM PST by Night Hides Not (For every Ted Cruz we send to DC, I can endure 2-3 "unviable" candidates that beat incumbents.)
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To: 1rudeboy

I’ll wait to see what it means.


15 posted on 01/21/2014 9:39:40 AM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: Lakeshark

Ping


16 posted on 01/21/2014 9:42:08 AM PST by RitaOK ( VIVA CHRISTO REY / Public education is the farm team for more Marxists coming.)
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To: Night Hides Not

A Strategic U.S. Immigration Policy for the New Economy
By Stephen Moore March 2001

America’s workforce ages, we need the infusion of young workers — yes, even unskilled workers fill vital niches in our workforce — to keep our economy prosperous and to avoid the kind of serious demographic crisis that may soon beset most other advanced developed nations. A policy of gradually bumping up quotas from the current level of about 800,000 per year to a range of 1-1.5 million would ensure that we have a steady stream of young workers to keep our economy prosperous when the baby boomers begin to retire.

http://cis.org/articles/2001/blueprints/moore.html


17 posted on 01/21/2014 9:42:42 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: Night Hides Not

http://cis.org/articles/2001/blueprints/moore.html

Immigrants and Welfare

Studies at the Cato Institute, confirmed by other scholars, suggest that immigrants use welfare and other social services at about the same rate that U.S.-born citizens do, despite that the foreign born have higher rates of poverty. The taxes paid by immigrants typically cover the cost of public services used.


18 posted on 01/21/2014 9:44:36 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: Arm_Bears

What will El RushBo think of this. And, someone, tell me what’s wrong with our old immigration policy? Do we even know what it is/was.?


19 posted on 01/21/2014 9:44:55 AM PST by RitaOK ( VIVA CHRISTO REY / Public education is the farm team for more Marxists coming.)
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To: Night Hides Not

http://cis.org/articles/2001/blueprints/moore.html

Family-Based Immigration

Family immigration is also an imperative of our immigration policy because if immigrant workers cannot get their family members into the U.S., many will not wish to come. If we want skilled immigrants, we need to allow them to bring their families. Although opponents of the family system argue that it encourages “chain migration,” reports by the U.S. General Accounting Office indicate that chain migration is not a major problem.


20 posted on 01/21/2014 9:46:27 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: RitaOK
I just saw this article, thanks for the ping.

I'm going to wait until I see if the attitude of Heritage changes, and if Stephen Moore is officially an amnesty pimp before I write them off.

Sometimes the tendency to overreact on FR threads (I'm being nice......:-) takes all rationality away.....

21 posted on 01/21/2014 9:47:50 AM PST by Lakeshark (Mr Reid, tear down this law!)
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To: cripplecreek

A Strategic U.S. Immigration Policy for the New Economy

By Stephen Moore March 2001

America’s workforce ages, we need the infusion of young workers — yes, even unskilled workers fill vital niches in our workforce — to keep our economy prosperous and to avoid the kind of serious demographic crisis that may soon beset most other advanced developed nations. A policy of gradually bumping up quotas from the current level of about 800,000 per year to a range of 1-1.5 million would ensure that we have a steady stream of young workers to keep our economy prosperous when the baby boomers begin to retire.

Immigrants and Welfare

Studies at the Cato Institute, confirmed by other scholars, suggest that immigrants use welfare and other social services at about the same rate that U.S.-born citizens do, despite that the foreign born have higher rates of poverty. The taxes paid by immigrants typically cover the cost of public services used.

Family-Based Immigration

Family immigration is also an imperative of our immigration policy because if immigrant workers cannot get their family members into the U.S., many will not wish to come. If we want skilled immigrants, we need to allow them to bring their families. Although opponents of the family system argue that it encourages “chain migration,” reports by the U.S. General Accounting Office indicate that chain migration is not a major problem.

http://cis.org/articles/2001/blueprints/moore.html


22 posted on 01/21/2014 9:48:18 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: jimbo123

That doesn’t tell me anything about DeMint’s reason for hiring him.


23 posted on 01/21/2014 9:49:45 AM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: jimbo123

Heritage is the same boiler room operation that designed the cornerstone of romneycare and obamacare. Anyone paying attention has been ignoring anything that has come from them for a long time.


24 posted on 01/21/2014 9:52:51 AM PST by Orangedog (An optimist is someone who tells you to 'cheer up' when things are going his way)
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To: ken5050; 1rudeboy

The dig made by Stephen Moore was that he didn’t want Heritage to be seen as, “anti-immigration”, when the issue is not immigration at all, but rather AMNESTY REWARDING ILLEGAL ENTRY.

Why open up his announcement with a dishonest premise?

Why avoid the obvious concern that an invasion from Mexico and South America is a ploy to overwhelm the Republic with socialist/Marxist-Democrat voters coming from the socialist southern hemisphere?

On the face of it, it is most difficult to find much comfort.


25 posted on 01/21/2014 9:59:37 AM PST by RitaOK ( VIVA CHRISTO REY / Public education is the farm team for more Marxists coming.)
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To: jimbo123

“what Jim wants me and others to do is develop a pro-growth immigration policy for the country. I don’t want Heritage to be viewed as anti-immigration. We all know immigration is vitally important to our economy. Our goal will be to develop an immigration policy that’s in the best interest of America, our economy, and allows the United States to get the best and brightest people to come here.”

I’m on-board if this means that only the top foreign scientists and inventors will be invited to immigrate, with such number to be limited to no more than 20 per year. All other immigration to be halted for at least 10 years while we eject the illegals already here and revoke the citizenship of those who came here merely to commit crimes or suck the government teat.

Otherwise, no only “no” but “HELL NO.”


26 posted on 01/21/2014 9:59:48 AM PST by SharpRightTurn (White, black, and red all over--America's affirmative action, metrosexual president.)
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To: jimbo123

Whatever happened to enforce the laws on the books?

Think tanks are money holes.. and pitstops on the way to the next political opportunity.. or disaster.


27 posted on 01/21/2014 10:01:39 AM PST by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi)
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To: ken5050

Exactly; if we keep alienating friends over one personal relationship even (notice that Jim DeMint) is not mentioned as supporting amnesty.

People get a grip, not everyone is a RINO (there are some that WE must oppose), but the goal is to WIN people and then win elections, not purge everyone!@!


28 posted on 01/21/2014 10:03:00 AM PST by JSDude1 (Defeat Hagan, elect a Constutional Conservative: Dr. Greg Brannon!)
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To: Orangedog
Oh, please. Some egghead at Heritage praises the free-market aspects of Romney's Massachusetts health plan (virtually none of which made it through the State legislature), the Obama campaign makes it a (deceptive) talking-point during his election, and you fall for it.

And now you're running down the premier conservative thinktank in the country. Mission Accomplished.

29 posted on 01/21/2014 10:03:32 AM PST by 1rudeboy
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To: cripplecreek

I think DeMint wants to have an answer in place to come back at the Democrats before election time rolls around. It must be a prep for an alternative fiscal approach that addresses the burdensome taxpayer cost of illegals, a jobs plan of sorts that tracks toward capitalism and away from socialism’s foothold. Just a starting guess. ,!


30 posted on 01/21/2014 10:06:41 AM PST by RitaOK ( VIVA CHRISTO REY / Public education is the farm team for more Marxists coming.)
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To: Arm_Bears

“Scratch Heritage off the list”

I don’t think so. Thats a little too radical.


31 posted on 01/21/2014 10:07:28 AM PST by Georgia Girl 2 (The only purpose of a pistol is to fight your way back to the rifle you should never have dropped.)
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To: jimbo123

Hmmm. Will have to find out more about this. I also didn’t realize Heritage had a Spanish site.

http://www.libertad.org


32 posted on 01/21/2014 10:09:00 AM PST by Jane Long (While Marxists continue the fundamental transformation of the USA, progressive RINOs assist!)
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To: jimbo123

The taxes paid by immigrants typically cover the cost of public services used.”

Not true for Texas according to a report from Federation for American Immigration Reform provided to Breitbart News. In 2013 alone FAIR estimated that Texans spent $12.1 billion on illegal immigrants whereas taxes paid were estimated to only be $1.27 billion per year. This did not include the payments of $1.9 billion per year from taaxpayers to fund Medicaid or the $1.1 billion to fund law enforcement efforts associated with illegal immigration.


33 posted on 01/21/2014 10:10:17 AM PST by Grams A (The Sun will rise in the East in the morning and God is still on his throne.)
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To: JSDude1

Maybe you could set aside your wing and a prayer reaction, just long enough to come down to earth and deal with the basics— where simple question needs answer at #25. :)


34 posted on 01/21/2014 10:11:30 AM PST by RitaOK ( VIVA CHRISTO REY / Public education is the farm team for more Marxists coming.)
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To: RitaOK

My attitude is to wait and see.


35 posted on 01/21/2014 10:12:04 AM PST by cripplecreek (REMEMBER THE RIVER RAISIN!)
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To: JSDude1

What good is “winning” elections if the people you elect give you amnesty? You seem personally ok with amnesty and a punishing increase in legal immigration. Well then, put your cards on the table.


36 posted on 01/21/2014 10:14:16 AM PST by lodi90
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To: jimbo123

Wonder what Heritage thinks of THIS:

snip-”The US plans to resettle 30,000 Syrian Islamists displaced by the Syrian War, according to the Wall Street Journal. That’s not the story.

The story is that it hinges on their “receiving exemptions from laws aimed at preventing terrorists from entering the country.”

Why have counterterrorism laws at all then? If politicians are going to ignore them when taking in refugees from a country overrun by al Qeada, then we don’t need the laws. We should just let anyone come over.”

http://www.independentsentinel.com/here-come-the-30000-syrian-islamists-with-loosened-restrictions/


37 posted on 01/21/2014 10:22:17 AM PST by Mortrey (Impeach President Soros)
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To: 1rudeboy

The individual mandate was a creature of heritage. Your boy romney and that Keebler elf gingrich picked it up and ran with it. If that is the work of the “premier” conservative think tank and two conservative standard bearers in the last election cycle, then you can keep what is passing for “conservative” today. The voters sure as hell aren’t buying it anymore, either.


38 posted on 01/21/2014 10:26:46 AM PST by Orangedog (An optimist is someone who tells you to 'cheer up' when things are going his way)
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To: Orangedog
"My" boy, Romney? LOL

And let's see you backup what you have to say about Heritage. Links, please.

39 posted on 01/21/2014 10:27:57 AM PST by 1rudeboy
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To: Grams A

Whenever they calculate the costs of illegal immigrants they NEVER include ALL the costs. That way they get the number they want.


40 posted on 01/21/2014 10:29:49 AM PST by sheana
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To: lodi90

Um, how do you figure that I am ok with amnesty?

I think you’re mistaken my friend.

We need to convince people of our side, and winning elections matters because OBAMA and his allies shouldn’t be allowed to ruin our nation, states.

I do not support Amnesty, which is why I support conservatives in Primaries, and putting pressure on the Republicans once they are elected@! We do not have amnesty yet, and we are going to win..


41 posted on 01/21/2014 10:31:36 AM PST by JSDude1 (Defeat Hagan, elect a Constutional Conservative: Dr. Greg Brannon!)
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To: jimbo123

So much for those Heritage ads boasting of supporting a conservative agenda.

Heritage and all these other “conservative” think tanks and publications are nothing more than high-paid sinecures for these elitists who are waiting for their turn to take over government and put it to the common folk.


42 posted on 01/21/2014 10:38:31 AM PST by oldbill
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To: RitaOK

Well said..


43 posted on 01/21/2014 10:41:25 AM PST by ken5050 (This space available cheap...)
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To: jimbo123

This was forced on DeMint by the board.


44 posted on 01/21/2014 10:42:39 AM PST by DWar ("The ultimate destination of Political Correctness is totalitarianism.")
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To: 1rudeboy
http://www.forbes.com/sites/theapothecary/2011/10/20/how-a-conservative-think-tank-invented-the-individual-mandate/

I shouldn't have to link to common knowledge, but you and the short bus showed up. Waiting to hear about how forbes is just some liberal rag and gingrich and mittens didn't argue about it in the kabuki "debates."

45 posted on 01/21/2014 10:44:05 AM PST by Orangedog (An optimist is someone who tells you to 'cheer up' when things are going his way)
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To: jimbo123

He and Larry Kudlow are cut from the same cloth. Anything Big Business does is good, anything that helps Big Business make more money is good, any regulation is bad, privatize profits because that’s good for America, subsidize losses because that’s good for America too, etc.


46 posted on 01/21/2014 10:50:45 AM PST by jiggyboy (Ten percent of poll respondents are either lying or insane)
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To: jimbo123
It is NOT clear that is what Heritage's donors have told DeMint to "get on board with Amnesty!"

The fact that you have made this leap, is clear, but as a longtime member and donor to Heritage, I can assure you this is not the case.

Should there be back room pressure for this to be achieved, wouldn't surprise me but there are many people who have slaved for years in the opposite direction.

Robert Rector, for one, has worked for years in the opposite direction and has produced many papers to prove Amnesty would devastate not our economy and would assure decades of slave labor salaries, leaving blacks in the ashes. Rector would never stand silently aside, nor would many others, I can assure you.

47 posted on 01/21/2014 10:53:13 AM PST by zerosix (Native Sunflower)
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To: DWar

“This was forced on DeMint by the board.”

And you know this how?


48 posted on 01/21/2014 10:56:24 AM PST by flaglady47 (Proud Conservative Republican)
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To: jimbo123
The fight is voters. WE NEED VOTERS no matter what to get the super majority in the Senate and keep the House. WE NEED VOTERS for 2016 or you can forget America. Maybe bringing in a few that we might object might be the fighting blood we need rather than the sick weak shi! we now have. By the way, miss Romney yet? Some still don't get it?
49 posted on 01/21/2014 10:57:57 AM PST by Logical me
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To: ken5050; MinuteGal

Oh goody, some more conservatives (oops, now RINO’s) for Freepers to hate, lol. Add Jim DeMint and Stephen Moore to the list. More to come shortly, I’m sure. Pretty soon the list will be longer than Madame DeFarge’s list as she knitted in the names of those to be executed by guillotine.


50 posted on 01/21/2014 11:03:29 AM PST by flaglady47 (Proud Conservative Republican)
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