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Chris McDaniel: The Most Conservative State Deserves the Most Conservative Senator
tpnn.com ^ | 6/9/14

Posted on 06/09/2014 11:56:51 AM PDT by cotton1706

Mississippi candidate for U.S. Senate Chris McDaniel talked specifically and openly about issues in this interview with TPNN’s Tim Constantine on “The Capitol Hill Show” (listen below).

McDaniel, a constitutional conservative and Tea Party-backed candidate, is fresh off his narrow, yet amazing victory, forcing a run-off election on June 24 against 76-year-old incumbent Thad Cochran, who was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1976 after serving six years in the House.

Cochran, considered a big government Republican who has been referred to as the Republican “Pork King” for his adherence to pork-barrel and deficit spending, faces an uphill climb as McDaniel seems to have all of the momentum in the race despite Cochran’s support from the GOP establishment, including the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC).

McDaniel narrowly defeated Cochran, 49.5% to 49.0% (155,040 to 153,654), with neither reaching the necessary 50% plus one vote necessary to avoid a run-off.

“People in this state are ready for change,” McDaniel said to Tim, referring to Cochran’s track record. “They know that Senator Cochran has not been a conservative in years,” McDaniel continued.

McDaniel went on to accuse Cochran, who has repeatedly said, “I don’t know much about the Tea Party” movement, of not standing up to the Obama.

“They [Mississippi voters] know that he hasn’t even raised his voice or waged a fight against Barack Obama,” McDaniel told Tim Constantine.

McDaniel also said that, “what Mississippi wants, as the most conservative state in the Republic, is also the most conservative Senator.”

“Obamacare, what’s the answer?” Tim asked.

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To the Establishment, conservatives are NEVER to be represented!
1 posted on 06/09/2014 11:56:51 AM PDT by cotton1706
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To: cotton1706

“Chris McDaniel: The Most Conservative State Deserves the Most Conservative Senator”

I will be waiting for Chris McDaniel to announce that running Christine O’Donnell against Mike Castle was A HUGE TEA PARTY MISTAKE BECAUSE A LIBERAL DELAWARE DESERVES A MODERATE REPUBLICAN.

I will also be waiting for Chris McDaniel to announce that Julianne Ortman should not have run for Senate in Minnesota because she is too conservative for that state.

I will be waiting for a long long time because on this issue, McDaniel has some level hypocrisy on this issue which for all politicians they will never admitt to.


2 posted on 06/09/2014 12:05:31 PM PDT by staytrue
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To: cotton1706; onyx
The "Mississippi Miracle" is truly amazing to behold. In 1924, the Magnolia State repudiated solid Conservative Calvin Coolidge (a favorite of President Ronald Reagan) for leftist John Davis, DemonRAT of West Virginia. Every single county went for the 'RAT back then.

And now, a mere 90 years hence, just a couple of generations later, Mississippi is the pride of America as the most Conservative and Christian state in the nation. The good people of Mississippi are indeed worthy of admiration for rejecting their liberal past and embracing the Conservative values that made America great!


3 posted on 06/09/2014 12:07:32 PM PDT by re_nortex (DP - that's what I like about Texas)
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To: staytrue

Ladies and gentleman, the Establishment chimes in!


4 posted on 06/09/2014 12:08:42 PM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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To: staytrue

“...McDaniel has some level hypocrisy on this issue which for all politicians they will never admitt to.”
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It appears that a representative of the “League of Defenders of Endangered RINO Incumbents” has arrived to express deep “concern” about a conservative challenger of an endangered RINO.


5 posted on 06/09/2014 12:11:44 PM PDT by House Atreides
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To: cotton1706

“the Establishment chimes in!”

I am GOPe. GOPe is committed to reelecting Gop incumbents, defeating democrat incumbents, thereby stopping Obama.

Teaparty seems to be committed to defeating republican incumbents while leaving democrat incumbents unchallenged.


6 posted on 06/09/2014 12:15:28 PM PDT by staytrue
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To: staytrue
I seek to politically destroy all liberal republican candidates, either in the primary or in the general election.

I look forward to the day when running as a liberal republican is a political kiss of death. I'm doing my part to make that happen.

/johnny

7 posted on 06/09/2014 12:18:37 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: staytrue

“I am GOPe. GOPe is committed to reelecting Gop incumbents, defeating democrat incumbents, thereby stopping Obama.

Teaparty seems to be committed to defeating republican incumbents while leaving democrat incumbents unchallenged.”

No, the Tea Party is committed to electing CONSERVATIVES. That means getting CONSERVATIVES nominated. We go after democrats (either incumbents or otherwise) AFTER we choose nominees of our own party.

The Establishment is committed to getting the most moderate candidate possible elected in every possible case. And once they are elected, to keep them there. The thought of the people selecting another REPUBLICAN to represent them is abhorrent to them. So they build enormous “warchests” to discourage challengers, and if they one runs anyway, to destroy them.


8 posted on 06/09/2014 12:22:08 PM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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To: cotton1706
"The Most Conservative State"

That statement is open to debate. All of Idaho's Senators and Congressmen are Republicans, as is the governor and most, if not all, state-wide elected officials. Can any other state currently top that?

Yes, Idaho does have some past shame by electing Frank Church to the Senate more than once, but he was eventually thrown out by conservative Steve Simms.

Rep. Mike Simpson recently survived a TEA party challenge in the Republican primary but maybe that can ultimately be corrected in the next cycle.

9 posted on 06/09/2014 12:31:49 PM PDT by Buffalo Head (Illigitimi non carborundum)
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To: cotton1706

“We go after democrats (either incumbents or otherwise”

Not really, Every serious teaparty challenge has been to a republican incumbent or for an open seat.

The one exception was Ron Johnson defeating Russ Feingold.

There have been zero teaparty victories in senate races against democrat incumbents except for that one and most people don’t even calll Johnson teaparty anymore.

Let me repeat, TEAPARTY (except for Ron Johnson) HAS ZERO VICTORIES OVER DEMOCRAT SENATE INCUMBENTS.


10 posted on 06/09/2014 12:34:48 PM PDT by staytrue
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To: re_nortex

Honest question...by what criteria is Mississippi the most conservative state? I’d really like to know which state is the most conservative, and by what measure(s) it is determined so. A top ten would be interesting to see even.

I saw some list (source unknown) of the most conservative and liberal states, but do not recall MS being in the top three even. I guess it depends on how you measure it.


11 posted on 06/09/2014 12:36:12 PM PDT by Mich Patriot (Pitch black is the new "transparent.")
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To: WKB; Lil Flower; Din Maker; Malichi; WXRGina; duffee; onyx; DrewsMum; Tupelo; mstar; jdirt; ...

MS Ping


12 posted on 06/09/2014 12:38:15 PM PDT by petitfour
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To: staytrue
Getting rid of liberal republicans and replacing them with conservatives continues slowly, but steadily.

It's a good thing.

/johnny

13 posted on 06/09/2014 12:40:09 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: re_nortex

Also, I just compiled a list of combined income and sales taxes by state, and Mississippi came out 44th...one of the highest combined rates in the nation. That doesn’t ring conservative to me, but I realize there’s more to it than that (gas taxes, property taxes, fees, fees, fees...).

I guess my point is that ranking states on any kind of freedom index seems quite challenging. I mean, can you really just go by voting history?


14 posted on 06/09/2014 12:42:06 PM PDT by Mich Patriot (Pitch black is the new "transparent.")
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To: JRandomFreeper

Actually, the teaparty is too far right wing to take on a democrat incumbent.


15 posted on 06/09/2014 12:43:09 PM PDT by staytrue
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To: staytrue

Do you even understand the concept that you need to nominate somebody before they run against a democrat??

That’s the difference between the Establishment and the Tea Party. We begin with the idea that we should nominate the most conservative person possible BECAUSE UNLIKE MODERATES, CONSERVATIVES GO AFTER DEMOCRATS.

The establishment begins with the idea of the democrat candidate and then looks around for some big name to beat them. I seem to recall the names Pete Hoekstra, Connie Mack, Carly Fiorina, Tommy Thompson, Denny Rehberg, Rick Berg, George Allen, Heather Wilson, Joseph Kyrillos.

Losers in 2012. All losers. The Tea Party has been around only since 2009. We’re learning and getting better candidates as time goes on. You guys have been at this for decades, and the Welfare State gravy train continues on WITH THE HELP OF THOSE YOU SUPPORT.

Because your sole goal is to get republicans elected, our goal is to turn back the tide of liberalism by electing those who will do that.


16 posted on 06/09/2014 12:44:36 PM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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To: staytrue
We'll see. I look forward to Cochran losing in the run-off or in the general election. I look forward to McConnell losing in the general.

Fewer liberal republicans in the senate to carry water for the democrats is a good thing.

/johnny

17 posted on 06/09/2014 12:45:31 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: staytrue

“Actually, the teaparty is too far right wing to take on a democrat incumbent.”

Same old argument since the 30’s. Only moderates can win, as Wendell Willkie, Thomas Dewey, Gerald Ford, George Bush, Bob Dole, John McCain and Mitt Romney can certainly attest.


18 posted on 06/09/2014 12:48:04 PM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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To: cotton1706

holy smokes...for McDaniel to say he’s going to be the MOST conservative?

Let the competition begin!

Watch out Cruz, someone is going to be better than you!

(love this....)


19 posted on 06/09/2014 12:48:35 PM PDT by ConservativeDude
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To: cotton1706

I remember when a Republican finally won the governorship in Mississippi. Was he a moderate? I guess there was no incumbent though to run against. It was just Democrat rule for 100 years.


20 posted on 06/09/2014 12:51:00 PM PDT by petitfour
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To: staytrue

“...Let me repeat, TEAPARTY (except for Ron Johnson) HAS ZERO VICTORIES OVER DEMOCRAT SENATE INCUMBENTS.”
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So, Defender of RINO Incumbents, does Mississippi have a Democrat Senate INCUMBENT to which you fear McDaniel will lose?

Are you being intentionally obtuse, or do you actually not understand the current situation?


21 posted on 06/09/2014 12:51:12 PM PDT by House Atreides
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To: staytrue

“I will be waiting for Chris McDaniel to announce that running Christine O’Donnell against Mike Castle was A HUGE TEA PARTY MISTAKE BECAUSE A LIBERAL DELAWARE DESERVES A MODERATE REPUBLICAN.”

I will be waiting for Karl Rove and Reince Preibus to announce that running a Mass. liberal Republican candidate like Mitt Romney for president, even against a Marxist goober like Barry Soetoro, was a HUGE ESTABLISHMENT MISTAKE BECAUSE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DESERVE A CHOICE, NOT AN ECHO.


22 posted on 06/09/2014 12:52:11 PM PDT by SharpRightTurn (White, black, and red all over--America's affirmative action, metrosexual president.)
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To: staytrue

“Actually, the teaparty is too far right wing to take on a democrat incumbent.”

You are using the terminology of a leftist. You deserve whatever fire you draw here.


23 posted on 06/09/2014 12:52:51 PM PDT by Luke21
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To: Mich Patriot
A top ten would be interesting to see even.

While Alabama takes the crown for the most Conservative, Mississippi is right on its heels. And both states have been on the vanguard of Conservatism since they were among the few to back Barry Goldwater in 1964.


24 posted on 06/09/2014 12:54:46 PM PDT by re_nortex (DP - that's what I like about Texas)
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To: Luke21

It seems to me that the sensible common ground here is wanting the most Conservative candidate who, running as a Republican, can win.

In the case of MS that’s going to be McDaniel. With the added bonus that he isn’t the one showing strong signs of senility, either.


25 posted on 06/09/2014 12:56:10 PM PDT by tanknetter
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To: staytrue

Haley Barbour ran against Ronnie Musgrove and defeated Musgrove. I wonder if Haley sounded like an American conservative during that election. Today he sounds like a Bill Clinton clone.


26 posted on 06/09/2014 12:56:14 PM PDT by petitfour
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To: staytrue

And just as an aside, since you’re GOPe and I’d actually like an honest answer to this question: did ANYBODY that you know berate John Warner for endorsing the DEMOCRAT in Virginia?? He certainly is not committed to electing republicans. Or Richard Lugar, who endorsed the DEMOCRAT in Georgia. He certainly is not committed to electing republicans.

Do you not understand that when we see these things happen, when Lisa Murkowski refuses to endorse the nominee of her party but instead runs as an independent with the help of democrats, when Arlen Specter becomes a democrat, when Charlie Crist becomes a democrat, when Lincoln Chafee becomes a democrat, when Jim Jeffords becomes an independent after just getting reelected, after Dede Scozzafava endorses the democrat, that we tend to not trust these types of candidates. Because when they get into office, they vote with the democrats. That we shouldn’t just support these people just because they have an “r” next to their name?

Please address this. Because this is the divide between us.


27 posted on 06/09/2014 12:58:04 PM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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To: Luke21

Actually, it’s not a bad point. The underlying assumption is that with politics as polarized as it is, there are no Democrats left in Conservative states. That means that Republicans need to go hunting for seats in purple states where a more Conservative candidate will be unpalatable to swing voters and crossover Dems.

I’m not sure I buy it, at least this cycle. Tea Party Conservatives should have a really good shot against Dem incumbents in NC, LA and AR ...


28 posted on 06/09/2014 1:01:18 PM PDT by tanknetter
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To: cotton1706

If I may step in?

My response is that I really want to see Ted Cruz running a Senate Committee or Subcommittee where he has subpoena power.

He doesn’t get that unless there’s a GOP majority. And we’d be a couple steps closer to that if the GOP still held seats in places like Indiana.


29 posted on 06/09/2014 1:06:06 PM PDT by tanknetter
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To: tanknetter

“He doesn’t get that unless there’s a GOP majority. And we’d be a couple steps closer to that if the GOP still held seats in places like Indiana.”

And the senator that we took out, for his many betrayals, has THIS YEAR endorsed the DEMOCRAT candidate in Georgia. Would you really like him back??

I’ve addressed this many times before. The democrats assisted in getting Akin the nomination, which lost both that seat and the one in Indiana. Had Steelman (the Tea Party candidate) gotten the nomination, a woman would not have been asked that stupid rape question, and both she and Mourdock would now be senators. But due to manipulations from the democrats and types like Mike Huckabee, that didn’t happen.

And furthermore, maybe choosing Connie Mack in FL, Tommy Thompson in WI, George Allen in VA, Pete Hoekstra in MI, Denny Rehberg in MT, Rick Berg in ND, etc. ALSO prevented Cruz from being chair of a sub-committee right now.


30 posted on 06/09/2014 1:12:39 PM PDT by cotton1706 (ThisRepublic.net)
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To: tanknetter
The liberal Speaker of the GOP majority house yanked conservatives off committees.

The idea that the liberal republican leadership in the Senate will give Cruz a chairmanship is laughable.

/johnny

31 posted on 06/09/2014 1:18:07 PM PDT by JRandomFreeper (Gone Galt)
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To: staytrue

Teaparty seems to be committed to defeating republican incumbents while leaving democrat incumbents unchallenged.

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Sometimes both sides have a hard time distinguishing between: (1) RINOS like McCain, who are a few paces to the right of the democrats but always moving in their leftward direction; and (2) non-RINOS who will go, say, 5/8 of where they want to go but oppose them on the remaining 3/8, especially when the 3/8 comprises one of their pet issues like immigration. A good case can be made for fighting candidates in (1) but, in an imperfect world, supporting candidates in (2) who can win.


32 posted on 06/09/2014 1:34:20 PM PDT by Socon-Econ
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To: cotton1706

South bashers here claim we are not really conservative...


33 posted on 06/09/2014 1:38:29 PM PDT by wardaddy (we will not take back our way of life through peaceful means.....i have 5 kids....i fear for them)
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To: tanknetter
It seems to me that the sensible common ground here is wanting the most Conservative candidate who, running as a Republican, can win. In the case of MS that’s going to be McDaniel.

Absolutely right! I'm a conservative Republican and although I'm praying we take back the Senate I'm also putting in a word for McDaniel. If we didn't have primaries to choose our candidates we would't have free elections. It's bogus to try and deny Tea Party candidates their chance.

34 posted on 06/09/2014 1:43:55 PM PDT by Kenny
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To: cotton1706; mrsmel; Pelham; CatherineofAragon; CodeToad; re_nortex

One last whine and I’ll quit....

Note that democrats are already stressing that McDaniel is something of a neo confederate

The exact same lingo used here by some who incessantly berate the south and accuse us of not being conservative

If it anyone wants to know who these clowns are I’ll freepmail

They also claim we are only GOP voting since Nixon...wrong

Because we have been in undated with good northerners

I guess a lot of Freepers here have never seen this


35 posted on 06/09/2014 1:48:19 PM PDT by wardaddy (we will not take back our way of life through peaceful means.....i have 5 kids....i fear for them)
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To: tanknetter

My point is that anyone who tosses around pejoratives like “right wing” is using the terminology of a leftist.

The GOP-e record is nothing fabulous either. And they are a disaster in presidential elections. People who don’t stand for anything are absolutely worthless and having a congress full of those type squids is why we are in the state we are in.


36 posted on 06/09/2014 1:50:23 PM PDT by Luke21
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To: re_nortex

And the rats actually think Childers has a chance! lol


37 posted on 06/09/2014 1:51:14 PM PDT by Viennacon
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To: Buffalo Head

I hope so, reelecting Simpson was a disgrace, especially when Idaho has conservative senators like Risch and Crapo, BOTH of whom stood with Cruz during the government shutdown.


38 posted on 06/09/2014 1:54:17 PM PDT by Viennacon
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To: wardaddy

Oh, Hell, never quit stressing these things!

It is a shame that so many so-called conservatives hate half this country while then hating the other half.


39 posted on 06/09/2014 1:54:49 PM PDT by CodeToad (Arm Up! They Are!)
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To: re_nortex
Paralleling the shift of the South to the Republican column is the loss of the Northeast and West Coast to the Democrat side. Coolidge won almost every county in the Northeast, save for a few mountainous counties in Pennsylvania, a couple in the New York City area, and the old slaveholding areas of Delaware and Maryland. Other than inland areas supporting LaFollette, all three West Coast states were carried by Coolidge, even San Francisco and Seattle.

Kansas, however, is consistent: solidly Republican then, solidly Republican now.

40 posted on 06/09/2014 1:58:56 PM PDT by Wallace T.
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To: re_nortex
With all due respect to you, I now have considerably less respect for the Gallup Poles. Just who were they polling? The dead folks that Rats seem so able to find before each elelction?

The vote in Idaho goes overwhelmingly to Republican candidates. Incumbent Republicans in Idaho have only been defeated when scandals or incompetence was involved.

41 posted on 06/09/2014 2:10:28 PM PDT by Buffalo Head (Illigitimi non carborundum)
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To: Wallace T.
Paralleling the shift of the South to the Republican column is the loss of the Northeast and West Coast to the Democrat side...Kansas, however, is consistent: solidly Republican then, solidly Republican now.

It's easy to understand why the once-solidly DemonRAT South became Republican. The old FDR-style leftists of the region died off and the "New South" with a pro-business, anti-union Right-to-Work mindset emerged. That paved the way for the remarkable Conservative triumph across Dixie.

What's harder to explain is why Yankeeland took a turn to the DemonRAT party and its leftism. In particular, New England was once staunchly Conservative, going back to John Quincy Adams, Charles Sumner and, of course, President Calvin Coolidge. He'd be appalled at his home state of Vermont not only supported the obama cabal by staggering numbers but has an out-and-out socialist serving in the Senate, Bernie Sanders.

The leftist book, What's the Matter with Kansas? is totally wrong for there are very few things wrong with the Sunflower State. Instead, a more apt title would be What's the Matter with New England? due to its repudiation of its Conservatism heritage, replacing it with extreme liberalism.

42 posted on 06/09/2014 2:23:40 PM PDT by re_nortex (DP - that's what I like about Texas)
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To: CodeToad

In an ironic twist.

Unless white girls in a God ordained union in sunbelt states start having younguns like an Irish handmaiden...unlikely

All that will save us is like minded Yankees migrating in seeking refuge from the progressives

Northern and Pacifica conservatives tend to view Dixie as the Holy land of conservatism these days ...especially Texas..

I say welcome those who share our values

I have kinfolks moved into Franklin area from Pennsylvania and Kansas City....and they sure do.


43 posted on 06/09/2014 2:35:10 PM PDT by wardaddy (we will not take back our way of life through peaceful means.....i have 5 kids....i fear for them)
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To: Buffalo Head
For the sake of furthering the discussion, let's dismiss the Gallup poll of 2012 showing Alabama and Mississippi among the most Conservative of states. But where did the great Ronald Reagan launch his 1980 campaign after winning the Republican nomination? At the Neshoba County Fair in Mississippi!

That's the same state, along with its neighbors that set the stage for rise of Conservatism starting back in 1964:


44 posted on 06/09/2014 2:36:56 PM PDT by re_nortex (DP - that's what I like about Texas)
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To: wardaddy

Spot on....I ran across a pocket of truly virulent South hatred on another thread. Southerners were literally cursed and derided as something bestial and undesirable for the enlightened Northern states.

I know that isn’t how all Northerners feel, and like you, I welcome them here if they’re conservative and of a like mind.


45 posted on 06/09/2014 2:56:45 PM PDT by CatherineofAragon ((Support Christian white males---the architects of the jewel known as Western Civilization).)
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To: Mich Patriot
but I realize there’s more to it than that (gas taxes, property taxes, fees, fees, fees...).

Yep. I own a house on 2 acres in Mississippi in a nice neighborhood. My annual property taxes are a little more than $200. That includes school taxes.

46 posted on 06/09/2014 2:59:46 PM PDT by houeto (https://secure.freerepublic.com/donate)
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To: petitfour

It is truly amazing how outsiders can not understand Mississippi Politics. Even more a amazing they can’t understand if you vote in the dimocrat primary you can’t vote in the Republican run off. (or the runn eft)


47 posted on 06/09/2014 5:45:04 PM PDT by WKB
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To: WKB

Lol. Bless their hearts.


48 posted on 06/09/2014 5:58:14 PM PDT by petitfour
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To: staytrue; All; moder_ator

GOPe is committed to reelecting Gop incumbents, defeating democrat incumbents, thereby stopping Obama.
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Are you freakin’ kidding me? They’ve had 6 years and Obama just keeps rolling along. The GOPe couldn’t stop a one car funeral procession. I wonder how long the FR Moderators are going to let you keep infiltrating this site with you Liberal Agenda.


49 posted on 06/09/2014 7:53:10 PM PDT by Din Maker (Susana Martinez in 2016! Governor, Conservative, Female and Hispanic.)
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To: cotton1706; All

Come on folks: Just ignore staytrue. The more you argue with him/her that just feeds into his/her plan. IGNORE the idiot until the Moderators get enough of his/her infiltrating this website with his/her Liberal crap and they ban him/her.

GEESH! Like a bunch of Elementary School kids on the playground. GIVE IT A FREAKIN’ REST. And I pledge to do the same because I’m guilty too. Was it Mark Twain who said: “Never argue with an idiot.”


50 posted on 06/09/2014 8:13:49 PM PDT by Din Maker (Susana Martinez in 2016! Governor, Conservative, Female and Hispanic.)
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