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Posted on 07/28/2014 3:06:40 PM PDT by ifinnegan
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Now you answer a question for me. Would you give command Benedict Arnold after he surrendered West Point because he had the best military record? Or would you not trust the traitor?
“we’d be on the same track we are now, just moving at a slower pace”
“Load the magazines, boys...it won’t be long now.”
Nothing personal, but are you delusional?
Do you think this is an action movie?
He has also never voted against a pro-abortion SCOTUS nominee or voted against a budget that funded Planned Parenthood.
I see you are getting pummeled on two threads now.
McConnell made his bed. He decided to eliminate his intraparty rival through the most disgusting of lies. He now has to lie in that bed. If he offended enough Conservative Republicans that he loses his seat. He deserves it!
BTW. I don’t live in KY I live in OH. I already have a turn coat RINO to deal with in the milk toast Rob Portman. He is now a gay marriage lover because his son is a homosexual.
You are good at demagoguery.
But your argument falls apart when you support someone who would do more than accept a budget that gives money to Planned Parenthood but would actually increase it and add budget that directly paid for abortions.
Are you pro-choice?
Yes or no.
Sorry, I was thinking House, not Senate.
On the other hand, what are Kentucky’s rules for a recall?
Precisely. Abortion is receding in this country, no thanks at all to Repukes at the federal level, and certainly not thanks to Mighty Mouse Mitch
I learned this the hard way in 1992. I did not want to vote fir Michael Huffington. I was right. He and his wife were conservative, supposedly, at the time. I didn’t like him. I was right. His wife went on to do what we all know and he went in to become openly homosexual.
They were not worth supporting, i could tell So I did not vote for him.
But I should have.
If she had lost she would not have had her horribly damaging to the USA career.
If Huffington had won, he would have not lasted.
This is a warning. Do not let pride overcome you so that you make decisions that are worse in the long run.
Are you aware that Mitch McConnell may have cost us the Senate seat in Mississippi because he funneled money to the PAC that launched those Chris McDaniel is a RACIST!!!! ads?
So if Mitch Costs us that Senate seat in Mississippi (and they are supposedly running similar "RACIST!!!!" ads in Georgia) do you not think there ought to be a price to pay?
And beyond just retaliation, don't you think that a message needs to be sent to others that these tactics will cause you to LOSE your own seat?
What does that matter to the argument. As I have shown, the Republicans do little more than pay lip service to the Pro-Lifers. It is only because the alternative is so much worse that we are forced to vote Republican.
In this instance, even with McConnell going down it looks like the Republicans will take the Senate, and by a comfortable margin.
‘Democrats could also pick up Republican seats in Georgia and Kentucky, the Journal reported.’
The answer though isn’t to support an even more liberal candidate, like these boys in KY do.
The answer is to primary them out.
They failed in KY and are trying to take their failure out on everyone else.
What is your line? What level of betrayal will it take for a Republican to lose your vote?
I won’t vote in favor of someone who considers me his enemy and I do not vote for leftists at all.
It’s one Senate seat. We’ll win some and lose some. This is one I case little about because the guy in it puts his power and those of his lobbyists above the voters.
“Now you answer a question for me. Would you give command Benedict Arnold after he surrendered West Point because he had the best military record? Or would you not trust the traitor?”
But your analogy has you giving a RedCoat command. I wouldn’t do that either, but you want to put the Red Coat Grimes in office.
Are you pro-life.
Again, tell me how many of Obama's appointees he voted against. If he voted for Obama's Judicial picks (and I believe he did) then he voted for Abortion.
There is the thing. If a crappy candidate wins the primary, we are under no obligation to support Mr. Crappy in November.
“Its one Senate seat. Well win some and lose some. This is one I case little about because the guy in it puts his power and those of his lobbyists above the voters.”
Actually, they all do that.
Maybe not Ted Cruz.
I think we all get it, you’re a one issue voter. But each time McConnell votes for cloture to fund Obamacare, how many abortions is he preventing?
Also, if the Republicans do take the Senate winning 10 or more seats, Joe Mansion will probably jump parties. He had to run hard against Obama to win in West Virginia in the first place.
So. If there was ever a time to send a message, it would be now. Kentucky can always get rid of her in 2018. She will be a prime target.
As I said. It is irrelevant as I can not vote in KY.
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