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THE CONSERVATIVE MOVEMENT STRIKES BACK
Breitbart ^ | May 13, 2014 | by DAVID BOSSIE

Posted on 05/13/2014 10:55:25 PM PDT by Jim Robinson

With decisive primary victories by U.S. Senate candidate Ben Sasse in Nebraska and U.S. House candidate Alex Mooney in West Virginia, the establishment’s dream of electing more status quo-supporting candidates has been stopped after just one week. Sasse and Mooney, both fine conservative candidates, ran smart races and closed strong.

When Thom Tillis won the U.S. Senate primary in North Carolina last week (which took millions in establishment funds to make happen), D.C. elites, along with the mainstream media, were giddy as they wrote a seemingly never-ending stream of conservative candidate obituaries.

I was entertained by the tone of the pro-Tillis celebratory stories rolling off the establishment’s printing presses. It's as if the Washington establishment had done a good job of governing and had earned the victory. It's as if the elites are tackling our debt crisis, lowering taxes, securing our border, and actually repealing Obamacare.

Thankfully, it didn’t work out quite like they drew it up behind closed doors in Washington. The establishment tried to nail the coffin shut by defeating Sasse, but the conservative grassroots fought back and won. Similarly in West Virginia, Mooney’s win is not what the moderate Washington power-brokers had in mind. Mooney has built enormous credentials in the conservative movement over the course of his career, so he will not be tempted by what is offered by members of “The Club” when he gets to Congress. Mooney, like Sasse, is coming to Washington to take the club head on, not join it.

Ben Sasse’s win is big for the movement, there’s no question about it. If Sasse wins in November, which is highly likely in conservative Nebraska, he will join Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee on day one as another conservative change agent in the U.S. Senate Republican caucus.Sasse will be a strong...

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TOPICS: Breaking News; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Nebraska; US: West Virginia
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1 posted on 05/13/2014 10:55:25 PM PDT by Jim Robinson
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To: Jim Robinson

Sasse, Ricketts and Mooney owe a lot of their victory to the good reputation of those who endorsed them.

Especially Pete Ricketts. It was a good idea to get Steve King involved because the Nebraska delegation is boring.


2 posted on 05/13/2014 11:05:32 PM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
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To: Jim Robinson

Good news.


3 posted on 05/13/2014 11:45:24 PM PDT by Hostage (ARTICLE V)
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To: ObamahatesPACoal

Unfortunately, Jim ... We are still stuck with that do-nothing spineless jellyfish, Adrian Smith, and his two cowardly cohorts - Jeff Fortenberry and Lee Terry - all three of whom have miserable voting records for the conservative cause. As for our (cough) “non-partisan” (snort, guffaw) unicameral state legislature ... my district (44) gets Dan Hughes - a guy who thinks taxing our food is a great idea, and pumping our Ogallalla aquifer to his heart’s content, dandy.

On the governor side of things - I expect a recount, since the win by Ricketts is a margin less than 1 percent of the total votes cast. There is no way power hungry establishment crony Jon Bruning is going to exit the stage gracefully - he’s an arrogant pr*ck in plain English. And, since he’s “Dave’s boy” - because it’s “his turn” - I am sure they will find the votes they need to steal Ricketts incredibly slim win.

My guess is that the GOP establishment career politicos who were running for the slot: Carlson, Foley - and, to a degree, McCoy - were spoilers, whom Uncle Dave persuaded to run, so to siphon votes from Rickets, and give the gov’s favorite good-ol-boy some margin ... I’ll bet Heineman is crapping his boxers that an honest man beat his machine - by a hair ... And I’ll also wager that Jon Bruning is presently chewing nails and spitting bullets right now.


4 posted on 05/13/2014 11:47:15 PM PDT by WTFOVR (I find myself exclaiming that expression quite often these days!)
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To: Jim Robinson
Am always amazed when a WIN is not treated as a WIN. If George Washington, the Founding Fathers and Mothers, those battling the British in our Revolution (if) had faced the reality readily embracing the defeats incurred, because there were more defeats perpetrated upon those fighting for Freedom and Independence than battles won, Americans would have given up, quit and Freedom and Independence from Britain would never have been won; but Americans are not quitters. A WIN is a WIN is a WIN. Any WIN is always better than a loss. Humbly submitted, Jim.
5 posted on 05/14/2014 12:10:03 AM PDT by no-to-illegals (Scrutinize our government and Secure the Blessing of Freedom and Justice)
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To: Jim Robinson

Above all, we must realize that no arsenal or no weapon in the arsenals of the world is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.

RONALD REAGAN, First Inaugural Address, January 20, 1981

http://www.notable-quotes.com/r/reagan_ronald.html#uXCAgcxQ0EtIMY91.99


6 posted on 05/14/2014 12:25:46 AM PDT by sheikdetailfeather (Yuri Bezmenov (KGB Defector) - "Kick The Communists Out of Your Govt. & Don't Accept Their Goodies.")
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To: Jim Robinson; All
a bigger set of twins wins; would've been to defeat
Sen(ile) Mitch "RustlerGATE Reid's *itch" McConnell
and/or SotH Johnny "Walker/HIC!" Boehner; both of
the Washington District of Criminals Establishment
Class to their real employers/or retirement.
we ain't goin' away..maybe next term. *disgust!*

7 posted on 05/14/2014 1:14:25 AM PDT by skinkinthegrass (The end move in politics is always to pick up a gun..0'Bathhouse/"Rustler" Reid? :-)
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To: Jim Robinson

The “Tea Party” rocks & rules!!! Nebraksa & West Virginia.....solid “Red” come November, 2014!!! Impeach Obama, Holder & Shinseki and send them to prison for criminal mistreatment of our military veterans!!!

Vote in November, 2014 to destroy the entire “Traitor” “Obambot” Democrat Party from A-Z!!! Do it!!!


8 posted on 05/14/2014 1:38:52 AM PDT by JLAGRAYFOX ( My only objective is to defeat and destroy Obama & his Democrat Party, politically!!!.)
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To: Jim Robinson

This ought to remove that smirk from GOPe’s lips.


9 posted on 05/14/2014 1:43:52 AM PDT by stilloftyhenight (...staying home isn't an option.)
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To: stilloftyhenight

The drum is beating once again -—Roll out the Rattlesnake flag. The Tea Party and the Cause of Liberty is once again on the march. Patriots will not be detered. Wait til Novemeber! Then we will shoot off skyrockets!


10 posted on 05/14/2014 2:48:17 AM PDT by Forward the Light Brigade (Into the Jaws of H*ll)
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To: Forward the Light Brigade



11 posted on 05/14/2014 3:07:49 AM PDT by 867V309 (GOPe? NOPe!)
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To: Jim Robinson

BFLR


12 posted on 05/14/2014 3:46:09 AM PDT by Dacula
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To: Jim Robinson

Throw out all the RINOS!!


13 posted on 05/14/2014 4:14:23 AM PDT by b4its2late (A Progressive is a person who will give away everything he doesn't own.)
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To: Jim Robinson

It’s funny, every time these “PROGRESSIVES”, both in the republican side and the democratic side writes the obituary of the TEA PARTY MOVEMENT, something like this happens. They keep resurrecting themselves. Little by little, we will take over the republican party, and eventually, even the democratic party will have to swing to the right, in order to get elected.


14 posted on 05/14/2014 4:31:57 AM PDT by gingerbread
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To: gingerbread

They all believe they can make it happen by telling us how stupid and racist we are. It’s backfiring.


15 posted on 05/14/2014 4:46:46 AM PDT by Heart of Georgia
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To: Jim Robinson

Wonderful news!

While Cruz and Lee are great conservatives, do not discount my Alabama senator, Jeff Sessions. Before Cruz was elected, Sessions firm stance against RINO/dem Amnesty in 2008 and 2010 proved decisive in defeating it.

Sadly, like Carrie, amnesty keeps coming back to life!


16 posted on 05/14/2014 4:47:54 AM PDT by Alas Babylon!
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To: Alas Babylon!
Sadly, like Carrie Dracula, amnesty keeps coming back to life!

There, fixed it.

17 posted on 05/14/2014 4:59:22 AM PDT by Tonytitan
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To: Alas Babylon!

I think Jeff Sessions is an alright guy.I have even called his office and asked could he please move to Georgia and be one of our senators.The lady who answered the phone got a chuckle out of that.


18 posted on 05/14/2014 5:06:00 AM PDT by HANG THE EXPENSE (Life's tough.It's tougher when you're stupid.)
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To: Jim Robinson
Sasse and Mooney, both fine conservative candidates, ran smart races and closed strong.

That's the winning combination. We have to deserve to win. Just tossing up a "conservative" is a losing strategy. We need disciplined candidates. Part of political success is winning. That's a prelude to acting.

19 posted on 05/14/2014 5:14:15 AM PDT by 1010RD (First, Do No Harm)
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To: gingerbread

It’s hard to kill an idea, especially a good one.


20 posted on 05/14/2014 5:17:26 AM PDT by 1010RD (First, Do No Harm)
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To: Jim Robinson
Sasse won? Wonderful! I heard Einreick (With)Holder had intended to fraud that race, he sent his DOJ goons to poison it.

Apparently that didn't work! t'YAY!

21 posted on 05/14/2014 5:20:08 AM PDT by Lazamataz (Early 2009 to 7/21/2013 - RIP my little girl Cathy. You were the best cat ever. You will be missed.)
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To: 1010RD

bump!!

Winning candidates!! Like...

http://www.twshannon.com


22 posted on 05/14/2014 5:46:06 AM PDT by ConservativeMan55 (In America, we don't do pin pricks. But sometimes we elect them.)
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To: Jim Robinson

BTTT!

Rebellion is STILL brewing, despite what the progressives say!


23 posted on 05/14/2014 6:01:36 AM PDT by Jane Long (While Marxists continue the fundamental transformation of the USA, progressive RINOs assist!)
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24 posted on 05/14/2014 6:42:36 AM PDT by RedMDer (May we always be happy and may our enemies always know it. - Sarah oPalin, 10-18-2010)
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To: JLAGRAYFOX
Impeach Obama, Holder & Shinseki and send them to prison for criminal mistreatment of our military veterans!!!

The USA is at war with our own people.

Bernie Sanders pins blame for VA scandal on Koch brothers
25 posted on 05/14/2014 7:09:22 AM PDT by Cheerio (Barry Hussein Soetoro-0bama=The Complete Destruction of American Capitalism)
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To: 867V309

The Tea Party Express just endorsed amnesty.


26 posted on 05/14/2014 7:10:56 AM PDT by kabar
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To: Jim Robinson
Sasse and Mooney, both fine conservative candidates, ran smart races By George I think you've got it. You have stumbled on the magic formula. GOPe respects good candidates who run smart races. However beware of bad candidates who run stupid races. GOPe holds those people in disdain. Run fine candidates and run smart races.
27 posted on 05/14/2014 7:18:51 AM PDT by staytrue
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To: no-to-illegals

A win IS a win...that’s how I feel, because that’s what it IS.


28 posted on 05/14/2014 7:28:05 AM PDT by itssme
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To: All

Hurrah! USA wins, in some primaries!


29 posted on 05/14/2014 7:39:20 AM PDT by veracious
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To: no-to-illegals
Am always amazed when a WIN is not treated as a WIN.

LOL! Ironic timing. Read the post immediately above yours as proof.

30 posted on 05/14/2014 7:47:58 AM PDT by Balding_Eagle (Want to keep your doctor? Remove your Democrat Senator.)
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To: Forward the Light Brigade

31 posted on 05/14/2014 8:40:32 AM PDT by AngelesCrestHighway
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To: kabar

And Tea Party Patriots is purposely ignoring that issue.


32 posted on 05/14/2014 10:08:01 AM PDT by firebrand
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To: Jim Robinson
When Thom Tillis won the U.S. Senate primary in North Carolina last week (which took millions in establishment funds to make happen), D.C. elites, along with the mainstream media, were giddy . . .

But Tillis is against the federal government establishing a minimum wage, doesn't believe global warming has been proven, and has suggested getting rid of the Education Department.

I'm not from NC and haven't the knowledge that I saw on the forum the night he won, but it does seem that he is not "center right."

33 posted on 05/14/2014 10:15:31 AM PDT by firebrand
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To: 1010RD

“It’s hard to kill an idea, especially a good one.”

That would be an interesting debate topic. You could gather substantial evidence to prove the obverse.


34 posted on 05/14/2014 10:18:25 AM PDT by RinaseaofDs (.)
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To: ObamahatesPACoal

Is Sasse in favor of Comprehensive Immigration “Reform”? If so, he is worthless. I know that he is intelligent and speaks well, but none of that matters if he supports destroying America from within. Bob


35 posted on 05/14/2014 12:18:39 PM PDT by alstewartfan (Down the legions of years the invaders have taken this land And bent you to their will. Al Stewart)
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To: ConservativeMan55

Excellent! We need more conservatives and leaders like TW.


36 posted on 05/14/2014 12:49:10 PM PDT by 1010RD (First, Do No Harm)
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To: Jim Robinson

Thankfully, it didn’t work out quite like they drew it up behind (enemy lines)in Washington.

Scratch “closed Doors”.


37 posted on 05/14/2014 1:00:16 PM PDT by Mouton (The insurrection laws perpetuate what we have for a government now.)
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To: 1010RD

bump!


38 posted on 05/14/2014 1:01:53 PM PDT by ConservativeMan55 (In America, we don't do pin pricks. But sometimes we elect them.)
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To: RinaseaofDs

What good ideas have been killed off?


39 posted on 05/14/2014 1:21:43 PM PDT by 1010RD (First, Do No Harm)
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To: Stillwaters

Shhhhhh....


40 posted on 05/14/2014 1:54:44 PM PDT by lonevoice (We can evade reality, but we cannot evade the consequences of evading reality)
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To: kabar
The Tea Party Express just endorsed amnesty.

Perhaps you could sharpen your reading skills:

That means no special pathways to citizenship that allow undocumented immigrants to cut in line, Russo cautioned

http://hotair.com/headlines/archives/2014/05/14/tea-party-express-co-founder-backs-immigration-reform-efforts/comment-page-1/


41 posted on 05/14/2014 2:23:37 PM PDT by 867V309 (GOPe? NOPe!)
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To: 867V309
Perhaps you could sharpen your reading skills: That means no special pathways to citizenship that allow undocumented immigrants to cut in line, Russo cautioned

Perhaps you don't understand the definition of amnesty. Any legislation that allows the lawbreakers to stay and work here, the object of their crime, is amnesty. The line to citizenship begins in the lawbreakers' home country.

That means no special pathways to citizenship that allow undocumented immigrants to cut in line, Russo cautioned, but rather some reasonable procedures that require “the 11 million people who are here illegally obey the law, pay taxes and come out of the shadows.

That means no special pathways to citizenship that allow undocumented immigrants to cut in line, Russo cautioned, but rather some reasonable procedures that require “the 11 million people who are here illegally obey the law, pay taxes and come out of the shadows.

“We have to get them right by the law in exchange for legal status, but not unbridled amnesty,” Russo wrote. “This should include penalties, background checks to root out criminals, and the requirement that they learn English, understand the Constitution and be committed to our basic freedoms.”

Words have meanings. The Democrats and the mainstream media have hijacked the language surrounding the immigration issue to the point that we had Michael Chertoff, the Secretary of Homeland Security and our nation’s top immigration official at the time, testifying before Congress using the term “undocumented workers” to describe illegal aliens. John McCain and Barack Obama studiously avoided the term “amnesty” to describe their comprehensive immigration reform plans and despite the evidence, baldly declared that it was not an amnesty. Instead, they used such euphemisms as “getting to the back of the line,” “an earned path to citizenship,” and “coming out of the shadows.” The Democrats and pro-amnesty crowd know full well that the American people are against amnesty, hence the avoidance of the “A” word.

This Orwellian use of language fools the uninformed, I am surprised you fell for it.

42 posted on 05/14/2014 3:16:18 PM PDT by kabar
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To: firebrand
Breitbart article excerpt:

When Thom Tillis won the U.S. Senate primary in North Carolina last week (which took millions in establishment funds to make happen), D.C. elites, along with the mainstream media, were giddy . . .

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Firebrand comment excerpt:

But Tillis is against the federal government establishing a minimum wage, doesn't believe global warming has been proven, and has suggested getting rid of the Education Department.

I'm not from NC and haven't the knowledge that I saw on the forum the night he won, but it does seem that he is not "center right."

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Exactly!

I am from NC (my screen name is a clue), and I voted for Tillis. While he got tagged as being the "Establishment Republican" candidate, by virtue of the office he held (Speaker of the NC House), it is well to remember that "Establishment Republicans" in North Carolina tend to be quite conservative.

As far as liberals were concerned (including the Charlotte Observer, the [Raleigh] News & Observer, the New York Times, the North Carolina Democratic Party, and so on), Tillis was the devil incarnate. As the first Republican Speaker in many years, he rammed through tax cuts (personal state income taxes, corporate state income taxes, and sales taxes), slashes in entitlements, a voter-ID bill, and more. But for whatever reason, while he received the condemnation of liberals (good!), many on the conservative side gave him little credit for his accomplishments.

43 posted on 05/14/2014 4:37:36 PM PDT by southernnorthcarolina ("The power to tax is the power to destroy." -- Chief Justice John Marshall, 1819)
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To: Jim Robinson

At the harness races today in Philadelphia, “Tea Party Politics” was the winner of the second race.


44 posted on 05/14/2014 6:47:10 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement ("World Peace 1.20.09.")
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To: Jim Robinson

Sasse win confirms my belief that the GOP voters pick their nominee, not the GOPe.


45 posted on 05/14/2014 7:00:36 PM PDT by entropy12 (Some thought Obama would be no worse than Romney. So we have less jobs and more food stamps people.)
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To: kabar
no special pathways to citizenship seems pretty clear to me, sorry you can't sort it out.


46 posted on 05/14/2014 8:25:02 PM PDT by 867V309 (GOPe? NOPe!)
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That means no special pathways to citizenship that allow undocumented immigrants to cut in line, Russo cautioned, but rather some reasonable procedures that require “the 11 million people who are here illegally obey the law, pay taxes and come out of the shadows.

I can't help you if you don't understand that Russo wants to allow the lawbreakers to stay and work here. That is called AMNESTY. Citizenship is just the cherry on top.

At least most people understand what Russo means and call it by its right name--AMNESTY.

47 posted on 05/14/2014 10:41:18 PM PDT by kabar
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To: 1010RD

Wireless power, Thorium based nuclear, cancer drugs that prevents cancer cells from cutting off the alarm communication path to the parts of the cell that cause it to commit suicide, etc., etc., etc., and on and on and on.

There are literally tens of thousands of discontinuous innovations that were developed, in some cases, the turn of the 20th century that may never see the light of day.

The very role of government is to erect barriers to entrants - to kill off good ideas.

Einstein’s theory couldn’t be proven for 15 years. He needed an eclipse in a part of the world where he could have good weather and one without a major military conflict. Sometimes, its those things that hold them up.

I’m not disagreeing with your premise, that it is hard to kill off a good idea, because there is evidence that this is true.

However, government, by its DESIGN is built to ensure that good ideas die. Keystone pipeline is the most recent obvious version of that.

But government is only the instrument. The natural enemy of the good idea isn’t government. It’s natural foe is vested interest. Edison tried very hard to kill off AC power, for example. In the end, he and Rockefeller threatened to bankrupt George Westinghouse (and Tesla) and forced the to sell AC power to GE.

GE is, and always will be, the ultimate evidence of how vested interest kills off good ideas. Had Westinghouse not won the Niagra Falls generating station contract from NY State, it would be interesting to see what the world would be like today.

The story of the Wright Brothers and Glenn Curtiss is evidence for your point. The Wright’s had the first airplane, but it used pulleys and cables to flex the wing to get it to do what you wanted.

Glenn Curtiss invented independent control surfaces, which made aviation viable. The Wrights spent most of their time taking Curtiss to court instead of innovating. Curtiss spent his time building better aircraft - much better aircraft. Can’t keep a good man down would be the moral of that tale.

What your statement caused me to do was to also consider how many additional lives bad ideas seem to possess. Socialism only killed off 35 million last century, not including Asia, which would probably double that figure. And yet, Europe clings to it. It’s so bad, Obama decided we should bring that here. We reelected him.

Vested interest. It’s not money that corrupts. It’s vested interest. Vested interest is why both Jews and Blacks still vote Democrat. It’s why Republicans can’t understand our opposition to immigration.


48 posted on 05/15/2014 8:01:15 AM PDT by RinaseaofDs (.)
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To: Jane Long

Richard Nixon was right when he said there was a “Silent Majority” in the American electorate. Most people are not politically active and, despite the fact there are many low info types, there are also tens of millions of Americans who are pissed at the direction this country is going. All seems gloomy at the moment, but I think we need to have faith that a majority of our countrymen will do the right thing in the end and boot out the politicians of both parties who are wrecking our great country.


49 posted on 05/16/2014 7:47:35 AM PDT by dowcaet
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To: Alas Babylon!
While Cruz and Lee are great conservatives, do not discount my Alabama senator, Jeff Sessions. Before Cruz was elected, Sessions firm stance against RINO/dem Amnesty in 2008 and 2010 proved decisive in defeating it.

Bears repeating... agree with all points.

50 posted on 05/18/2014 10:10:16 AM PDT by LowOiL ("Abomination" sure sounds like "ObamaNation" to me.)
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