Posts by brydic1

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  • Radio caller: Michael Brown rushed officer

    08/18/2014 1:27:27 PM PDT · 84 of 105
    brydic1 to digger48

    Will I stand to be corrected about the Ferguson Mayor. I saw a picture of him online last week and he appeared to me to be dark but the online bio states that he is a republican.

  • Radio caller: Michael Brown rushed officer

    08/18/2014 12:52:09 PM PDT · 53 of 105
    brydic1 to Cincinatus' Wife
    Checking the identity of the governing officials in Ferguson, MO and the County of St Louis. The following was found online: The Mayor of Ferguson is black. The Chief Executive Officer of St Louis County is black and a democrat. The County Council is democrat 5-2. The Prosecuting Attorney which the blacks fear will be prejudiced in favor of the Ferguson police officer is a democrat. If I was the white police officer whose fate could be determined by these politicians I would be very, very worried. The black racists in St Louis will settle for nothing less than taking the policeman out for a lynching.
  • Diplomats, pilots and hired guns: Here are the Americans left in Iraq

    06/12/2014 1:56:16 PM PDT · 18 of 27
    brydic1 to Oldeconomybuyer
    Best get ready for another Benghazi. Obama, get some kind of video ready to use so you can lay the blame on someone else when our embassy is overrun. This is like Vietnam all over again. The tragic loss of life because our government has totally lost the will to conduct a war in order to win a war. Our politicians will never resist the temptation to turn our armed forces from warriors to peacekeepers and nation builders.
  • Iran Deploys Quds Forces To Support Iraqi Troops, Helps Retake Most Of Tikrit

    06/12/2014 1:33:46 PM PDT · 31 of 46
    brydic1 to dforest

    We intervene here and there, again and again while an invasion at our borders is not only unchecked bit encouraged. This country is doomed!!

  • Crimeans vote on union with Russia as troops build up rapidly

    03/16/2014 12:12:55 PM PDT · 73 of 104
    brydic1 to gaslucas1

    As I look at the map. Russia has no land connection to Crimea. They have only air and sea connections. I believe they will establish such a connection. The southeast of Ukraine will be occupied by Russia within a short time to establish this connection. Also most of that area needed to establish that connection is Russian both ethnically and linguistically. Europe and the US can be expected to put up a lot of protests and perhaps some meaningless sanctions. Not much else. Americans would soundly reject any use of our military to counter the Russians. Any US politicians voting for such measures would be handed their heads by the electorate this November. And as for Europe, they are almost as terrified about any use of force against Russia as they would be losing the oil and gas furnished by Russia to Europe.

  • Russia Should Buy Crimea

    03/15/2014 8:32:03 PM PDT · 29 of 34
    brydic1 to kathsua

    Those who think the West will respond to Putin in regard to Ukraine should forget about it. Not gonna happen. And if it did happen with The Obama in charge we would wish it didn’t. Western Europe is dependent on the oil and gas they get from Putin. Sure Putin needs the funds he gets from Europe but he can certainly survive for a lot longer than Europe can without heat in their homes and power for their factories. It was reported on TV that we had to turn to Putin to get our supplies via rail through Eastern Russia to our troops in Afghanistan after Pakistan, our erstwhile ally refused to allow transit through their country. We are so screwed!!!

  • Inside Obama’s Plans to Squeeze Russia

    03/03/2014 5:46:12 PM PST · 114 of 114
    brydic1 to hinckley buzzard

    This nation is unwilling to take even the elemental step of a sovereign nation when it refuses to police its own borders.

    A bankrupt nation whose political leaders (of all parties) have abandoned any attempt to stop 10 to 20 million invaders over the last two decades can not be seriously viewed as a power to enforce any action in favor of our allies or against our opponents. Americans have long ago ruined any chance to control their own destiny by way of electing politicians who promise their voters the spoils they can seize from others. At the same time these politicians are refusing to fund a military for defense of the nation.

  • Ann Coulter: IT DEPENDS ON WHAT THE MEANING OF 'SETTLED LAW' IS

    10/16/2013 7:14:45 PM PDT · 28 of 61
    brydic1 to Syncro

    Last century a law was passed along with a Constitutional Amendment ratified by over 30 states of the Union prohibiting the sale of alcohol. It was by all accounts the settled Law of the Nation. And what happened to that settled law. It was later repealed by a overwhelming vote in Congress as well as the vote of the States of the Union. So much for the history of settled law.

  • Mister Cruz goes to Washington; we can write the ending of this one too

    09/27/2013 2:04:33 PM PDT · 5 of 13
    brydic1 to Oldpuppymax

    Nothing indicates the abject failure of the Republican Party like the Democrat leader (Reid) offer to use democrat’s alloted time to a Standard Bearer of the Republican Party (McCain) to launch a vitriolic attack against a fellow republican (Cruz).

  • Obama To Detroit: "No Bailout For You"

    07/19/2013 8:52:17 AM PDT · 32 of 32
    brydic1 to Zakeet
    Detroit bonds, just another fine investment for the Federal Reserve System. Obama will not get Congress to go along with a Detroit bailout but he can always count on The Bernake to come to the rescue. After all there is no investment too risky for the Federal Reserve System.
  • Hip-Hop Singer Akon: “Every African American Need to Move Their Money, Family, Knowledge to Africa”

    07/16/2013 2:11:25 PM PDT · 228 of 275
    brydic1 to servo1969

    I believe this was tried once almost 200 years ago. Liberia was founded on this principle. The trouble came when those that went found out what the weather and living conditions were in Liberia they could not wait to return and today there are almost no residual descendants of former American Blacks in country.

  • Prosecutor to HLN: Zimmerman is a 'murderer'

    07/15/2013 10:12:31 AM PDT · 74 of 94
    brydic1 to kristinn
    Nancy Grace plays Madame LaFarge even better than the actual character. Is America about to be governed by the American equivalent of the fishwives of Paris with the rabid Nancy Grace and her foaming at the mouth HLN crew. They are the media mouthpieces for rioting mobs in our cities. CNN and MSNBC are fiercely competing for leadership of the rabble. Does Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton get to play the role of Marat and Obama as Robespierre? If this lawlessness is not put down quickly we could see mobs attacking the jurors as well as the attorneys West and Omara and the Zimmerman family. This tragic affair was created by the media casting George Zimmerman as the most vicious murderer of the past century with the pathetically ignorant believing same.
  • LIVE Open thread: Senate to vote on Gang of Eight bill at 5:30 ET

    06/24/2013 3:16:44 PM PDT · 59 of 262
    brydic1 to Starboard

    Totally ignorant republicans. Voting to destroy their own party in addition to the nation.

  • GOP SHOULD LEAD FIGHT AGAINST THE PATRIOT ACT

    06/07/2013 10:58:04 AM PDT · 30 of 35
    brydic1 to Piranha

    I can not believe that any conservative whether libertarian leaning or not can support the Patriot Act when it is administrated by Obama minions. This administration does not believe in the Law. It refuses to enforce any laws it believe objectionable (immigration laws) and it violates any laws that it chooses (IRS laws that prohibits disclosing tax returns and equal administration of the IRS law). If I had to choose between the Chinese snooping on my internet communications and the tyranny of Obama, the choice would be easy to make. The Chinese do not operate the IRS and have more than enough on their plate in spying on their own people to worry about me or any Americans. I am speaking as an American that has spent the last 8 months defending myself from the IRS ending in total vindication but only after spending countless hours and sending reams of paper to them to prove my position.

  • It begins: Major demand to impeach Obama

    06/05/2013 10:19:09 AM PDT · 36 of 127
    brydic1 to fwdude
    Impeachment proceedings in the House would be a waste of effort because not even republicans in the senate would support his removal and when it fails those supporting impeachment would be villified by the media as racist. Let Obama just continue to rot in office, he is not going to be removed. Forget it. Continue to point out the tyranny of his government and maybe the American people will awaken. Don’t count on that either
  • White House Counsel Robert Bauer: Architect of IRS Abuse? (Gov. Palin especially singled out)

    06/05/2013 8:49:47 AM PDT · 32 of 45
    brydic1 to hal ogen
    We have a government that uses the IRS to begin the persecution of American citizens who are opposed to policies of the government. The IRS then refers this unreconstructed conservative to other agencies which proceeds with visits to the taxpayer by agents of the FBI to investigate the conservative taxpayer for possible terrorist activity, the Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Agency to check on the taxpayers firearms, then the EPA for possible violations of some environmental regulation and then OSHA for possible violations of workplace regulations. The IRS has become the Grand Inquisition, the Gestapo, the NKVD and the Stasi all combined. Any one believing that we live in a free country should better reconsider the facts.
  • Poll: Americans losing trust in administration, but not Obama (Huh?)

    06/05/2013 8:25:54 AM PDT · 58 of 72
    brydic1 to jersey117
    I remember during the Nixon Adm Watergate episode the media repeated the leftist democrat slogan, “The Fish Rots from the Head” ad nauseum. Conservatives should start each and every conservation with the leftist media in like manner.
  • KRAUTHAMMER’S POTENTIALLY DAMAGING THEORY

    05/29/2013 8:45:04 AM PDT · 125 of 181
    brydic1 to mandaladon
    If only Obama had a closet conservative in his inner office as Nixon employed a closet liberal, John Dean. Democrats are usually much more careful about employing only leftwing purists, not like Republicans who will often employ leftwingers rather than conservatives on their staffs.
  • Barack just never around when bad things happen

    05/18/2013 9:35:43 AM PDT · 20 of 23
    brydic1 to darkwing104

    According to the Inspector General for Treasury, Sec Jack Lew was advised of their audit of the IRS in March ‘13 two months before Obama says he was aware of this from listening to TV news. Since he has spent over one month in total time going to and from fund raisers, wasteful overseas sightseeing and on various golf courses, perhaps he was never in the Oval Office long enough for his minions to give him a heads up. I personally do not believe he was not advised but under the circumstances, I suppose it’s possible. Since the IRS probably monitors Free Republic and Facebook maybe I should expect an IRS audit

  • IRS OFFICIAL: “I Don’t Think Targeting Is Wrong” Later Admits Progressive Groups Weren't Targeted

    05/17/2013 3:13:23 PM PDT · 31 of 41
    brydic1 to RginTN

    Too bad they did not also target those numerous groups that have the word “Fair” and “Balanced” in their description. If they had, most of the leftist tax exempt groups would still be waiting for their exemptions.

  • Congressman: IRS asked pro-life group about 'the content of their prayers'

    05/17/2013 2:41:53 PM PDT · 21 of 36
    brydic1 to Travis McGee

    Well let’s see. After supervising IRS personnel who ask taxpayers the contents of their prayers and the books they read, is given a $100,000+ bonus and a promotion to supervise the IRS handling of Obamacare will now get to terrorize the 50% of Americans that do not pay income taxes. Yippee.

  • Are You Going To Remain A Republican? (Vanity)

    01/02/2013 12:02:06 PM PST · 125 of 128
    brydic1 to Artcore
    There is not the slightest doubt but that the republicans will cave if they start out by opposing the lifting of the debt ceiling and/or opposing the removal of the so-called “sequestration”. By initially opposing then shifting and supporting democrat maneuvers, it is not only disgraceful but suicidal to the republican party in the eyes of the electorate both leftist and conservatives. But unfortunately that is the modus operandi of this totally dysfunctional party that I am ashamed to admit I used to support.

    With respect to the economic measures this administration wishes to pursue tell the American people, elections have consequences and they will abstain from voting for or against the wishes of the American voter and their elected leader. Tell the U S public that since they voted for Marxist Keynesian programs, the GOP will not stand in the way. If and when the populace come to its senses we will lead again until then just remind the people it will fail but this is what they wanted and this is what they will get.

  • House Republicans Weigh Two Options for Vote

    01/01/2013 5:42:05 PM PST · 18 of 26
    brydic1 to SeekAndFind

    Why do Conservatives continue to beat their heads against the wall? We are not going to able to persuade the majority of Americans to change their ways. Come hell or high water they are going to vote for spendocrats until hell freezes over. Anyone believing to the contrary needs to have their head examined. I firmly believe we should just join up with the program and borrow and spend until such time as our ignorant creditors turn off the money spigot. If we are lucky we might be dead by that time and we will have enjoyed the fruits of the labor of our ignorant creditors.

    In any event, when they finally awake to their catastrophic mistake we should simply tell them (as did the Icelanders) we’re sorry but as you well know or should have known there is no money to pay our debts. You ignorant creditors are SOL. At that point, of course, the government programs will collapse as we will have been borrowing at that time almost every penny the government is spending. So it will be every man for himself and conservatives had better be prepared by having spent their money on hard assets, guns and groceries for the day of reckoning.

    Perhaps after the collapse we can restructure our government in such a way as to reimpose the values of our forefathers with a few restraints on government that they did not think to impose.

  • Laughing Out Loud at Obama

    12/02/2012 2:36:49 PM PST · 23 of 31
    brydic1 to RichardW
    Amen to that. Payne is the very best. I so admire him. He tells it like it is. Too bad his is virtually alone in the media. Rick Santelli is a close second but he is hampered by the overwhelming leftists on CNBC (Cramer, Sorkin, Quick, Quintanilla, Lee, Faber, and Hobbs to name but a few.)
  • Boehner: New taxes OK under right conditions (Headline is a Lie)

    11/07/2012 2:26:07 PM PST · 121 of 149
    brydic1 to DesScorp
    “Give them everything they want. 90 percent tax rates? Sure. Go ahead. Let’s get it over with. Rome died a slow death. I’d just as soon the poison work more quickly, thanks.”

    Absolutely agree. Let Obama propose the most horrendous tax increase believing that the PUBs will oppose and negotiate it down, then surprise, surprise, overwhelmingly approve same. This nation is going to collapse, just let it happen quickly so our children can live to see a resurrection during their lifetime rather than years and years of misery.

  • Vanity: ***Focus Kids...The Real Question I HOW Did They Do It***

    11/07/2012 8:11:16 AM PST · 94 of 102
    brydic1 to The Wizard
    If only the House Republicans would give the President all the tax increases and spending increase he wants. The conservatives will never stop the Progressive Insanity by trying to reason with the moochers and brain dead American People. When the economy drops like a stone and there is neither revenue nor borrowing ability to continue with their agenda and therefore no ability to bribe the electorate, they will start to starve and then riot. Hopefully we can then reclaim the country.
  • Pew Research Poll : Where do you fit on the political spectrum?

    09/14/2012 1:17:31 PM PDT · 63 of 63
    brydic1 to Lady Heron

    About to fall headfirst off the far right side of the bar.

  • Ft. Hood shooter trial delayed

    08/20/2012 2:05:05 PM PDT · 19 of 20
    brydic1 to allendale

    Hasan Akbar the US muslim that murdered two fellow american soldiers and injured 14 others in March 2003 at Camp Pennsyvania in Kuwait was sentenced to death in 2005, and his case is still pending in 2012. Being held at Ft Bragg pending the resolution of appeals. He will probably die of old age. Most likely, Nidal Hasan will be around 11 years from now and Akbar as well. Maybe they can be put in the same cell and congratulate each other on escaping punishment for their treasonable deeds.

  • Is it too late for a conservative to be nominated? (Just my idea)

    07/16/2012 10:56:19 AM PDT · 120 of 122
    brydic1 to Hilda
    I am sorry but the GOP will not get a conservative nominated. The GOP has become, since RR, nothing but a slightly less socialist Democrat Party. Look at the economic policies pushed by Bush and McCain. The most vociferous cheerleader for Obama’s stimulus and Bernacke’s money pumping policies is Mark Zandi, a big time Keynesian, and the chief economic advisor for McCain. Remember Bush appointed Bernacke and Hank Paulson. And then the acolyte of both, Geithner is appointed as Secretary of the Treasury by Obama.

    It gives alot of credibility to the axiom, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” While Obama is leading us to tyranny I have little hope that Romney has the will or ability to change the path to economic destruction we are on.

  • Stossel Interviews FNC Primetime Hosts About First Jobs To Show Young People They Should Aim Lower

    07/12/2012 3:18:00 PM PDT · 46 of 48
    brydic1 to SeekAndFind

    First job would be totally illegal today. Worked washing cream cans at a produce and feed store for .50c for a 4 hour day and when no cream cans to wash pumped up the Mobil Oil gasoline pump to the top of the glass container so I could measure the amount of gasoline used by the next customer. This was equiv to less than .13c per hour and I was only 7 years old. But at the end of the day I could buy 2 Mounds bars, my favorite candy, and a big chocolate ice cream soda at the local soda fountain. This was in 1946.

  • Wall Street Journal editorial says Mitt Romney ‘squandering’ chance against President Obama

    07/09/2012 9:41:06 AM PDT · 48 of 50
    brydic1 to scram2
    The problem with this reasoning. Romney has been irrevocably defined by Obama and his media as an out of touch, uncaring billionaire. Romney's style of campaigning which unfortunately reminds me of GWB’s unresponsive defense of self and conservative principles are dooming the conservative movement along with the republican campaign. I believe it would be best to let Obama have his way for the time being and let the economy collapse. That is probably the only way to get change. Romney's campaign will have no effect on countering Obama’s populism wherein he blames Bush and the wealthy for his own manifest failures.
  • More Voters Than Ever Blame Bush, Not Obama, for Bad Economy

    07/09/2012 9:22:15 AM PDT · 42 of 44
    brydic1 to Skeez
    Now that Obama has come out again for the huge tax hike on all but those who make less than $250,000, republicans would be well served to just abstain when this comes up in the Congress. Let it happen and just let the country plunge into the depression that is going to happen anyway. Maybe it will come soon enough to rid the nation of Obama. Certainly we will not defeat this demagogue with the lackluster campaign of a Romney.
  • Will It Be Portman?

    07/09/2012 8:56:30 AM PDT · 27 of 55
    brydic1 to PT57A
    Romney-Portman ticket, just what the republicans need to ensure the same result as the Dewey-Warren ticket of 1948. Two non confrontational types that pursue the “get along, go along” policy with the democrats. This type we called the “me too” republicans in another era. They will pursue the same policies as the democrats on a slower course but leading to the same result over time. Bankruptcy and negation of individual freedoms will surely follow. It will just be more painfully slow.
  • No Civilized Country Would Ever Banish Eduardo Saverin

    05/21/2012 7:42:56 AM PDT · 25 of 44
    brydic1 to SeekAndFind
    Efforts to punish Americans who choose to leave the dictatorship being established in the US is just the preface to the reestablishment of the New Iron Curtain that will be coming down to imprison freedom loving Americans in the regimented socialist state that is being planned by the likes of Schumer and other Obama Progressives.
  • Justices to lawyers: Don't make us read the law

    03/28/2012 1:43:23 PM PDT · 71 of 79
    brydic1 to SpaceBar
    Why in all seriousness should these justices read this monstrous law since the Congress did not. It should be thrown out on the very basis that the Speaker of House for all practical purposes indicated that members of Congress did not read the proposed law merely saying that everyone should simply read the bill after it is passed.
  • More Voters Than Ever Blame Bush, Not Obama, for Bad Economy

    02/09/2012 8:11:46 AM PST · 20 of 44
    brydic1 to svcw

    Here is the question from the survey mentioning the Bush Administration.

    “1* Some people say the nation’s current economic problems are due to the recession which began under the Bush Administration. Others say the problems are being caused more by the policies President Obama has put in place since taking office. Which point of view comes closest to your own?

    Republicans must live with the failures (imagined or otherwise) of GWB just as they had to live with the failures of Hoover for 20 years after the fact. The fact that the economy collapsed while GWB and his Keynesian advisors ignored the problems of piling debts on debts and ballooning real property prices doomed to explode will be hard for the republicans to live down.

    The fact that Obama is pursuing the same failed remedies as GWB is being ignored until such time a the economy collapses again.

  • Live Thread: Republican Presidential Debate in Jacksonville, FL on CNN 8 P.M. EST

    01/26/2012 9:06:31 PM PST · 2,145 of 2,332
    brydic1 to ari-freedom

    I am beginning to believe that the entire cast of candidates for the republican nomination are out to destroy the conservative movement as well as the republican party. It would be best if all of them simply withdrew and let uninstructed delegates come up with the nominee. This is a year which conservatives should easily win the election but the tawdry performance by all concerned is going to lead to the ruin of the republic by the reelection of Obama.

  • Newt Gingrich on self-deportation "Romney shows no concern for 'Humanity' of illegals"

    01/25/2012 4:34:42 PM PST · 79 of 92
    brydic1 to lakewood conservative

    “Everyday I wonder why in this great country we cannot find a principled conservative who is also a leader.”

    My thoughts exactly.

  • Newt took 1st question about ex-wife, wrapped question around John King’s neck, and tightened

    01/19/2012 9:58:30 PM PST · 181 of 291
    brydic1 to Moonman62
    While I have reservations about Gingrich, I believe he will be the republican candidate and will beat Romney. All that was needed is to have someone who could espouse the conservative position effectively and he can do that. There has not been a republican who could do so since Reagan. If and when he is elected we must hold his feet to the fire of conservatism. He tends to wander off the reservation at times. The total failure of Rinos and Bushbots to upbraid the Bushes when they betrayed their purported conservative values is exactly what led to the catastrophe known as OBAMA. We can not stand by and excuse Gingrich if and when he abandons conservative values.
  • I'm officially endorsing Newt Gingrich for President today.

    01/19/2012 2:37:23 PM PST · 359 of 745
    brydic1 to Jacquerie
    “Yeah, under my Bachmann bumper sticker was one for Cain. In the same spot was one for Fred Thompson. I will not jinx Newt.”

    You are not alone. Tomorrow I will cast an absentee ballot in the MO primary. I am voting essentially “none of the above”. This whole primary experience is a total disaster for conservatives. What we were offered were horribly flawed. The few that I could believe have either left the field or are not acceptable and the balance of them I do not believe a word they say. This lot will say any thing and do anything to get a vote including working with the most detestable leftists. Romney and Newt will, mark my words, renege or any commitment they have made to conservative values. Sometimes they talk the talk but from past experience they are totally untrustworthy. Where is a golden knight that could save us from these professional and totally corrupt politicians. The best we can hope for is a totally split and open convention that could give us a honest as well as conservative candidate. Surely there is one out there.

  • Former Bush Staffer: Tea Party Activist Not Respectful in Confrontation With Obama

    08/16/2011 6:36:46 PM PDT · 128 of 129
    brydic1 to EyeGuy

    The reason we have this Marxist leader today can be laid right at the door of the wimpy rinos in the Bush Administration. Time and time again they refused to defend conservative values and their own actions from the constant media attack dogs. The full fledged adoption of Marxist-Keynsian economic principles and the total abandonment of the principles of free enterprise in 2008 doomed the republican party to a near wipe out.

    If only we could be spared the likes of Perino, Rove and all the other Bush minions as representatives of conservative values on the TV networks. They were not conservatives from 2001 to 2008 and they are not conservatives now.

  • LIVE COVERAGE: Lawmakers In "General Agreement" Sunday edition

    07/31/2011 10:51:29 AM PDT · 47 of 83
    brydic1 to Kevin in California

    Yes, purely procedural. So he can move cloture again should he desire to do so. I note the democrats die even get all the democrats to vote for cloture. The vote was only 50 for and 49 against, if you count Reid for cloture. They were still short 2 democrat votes.

  • Currencies Dollar opens up

    07/24/2011 4:09:45 PM PDT · 15 of 21
    brydic1 to Gunslingr3
    Yes indeed, will be very interesting to watch as Obama cuts SS but continues to spend millions celebrating his birthday and continued funding of his hundreds of white house limos.
  • House GOP leaders schedule Sunday conference call

    07/24/2011 1:05:06 PM PDT · 16 of 22
    brydic1 to don-o
    If we see the US Treas futures declining this evening, you can be assured the fed will be actively involved in buying same thru surrogates tonight and more directly tomorrow. Just as in the past they are perfectly willing to expose the nation to ultimate bankruptcy in order to save Obama, Goldman Sachs, J P Morgan and their corrupt buddies on Wall Street.
  • 80 Percent of Americans Side With Obama in Debt Limit Talks? Not Quite (Obama lies, again)

    07/15/2011 6:11:50 PM PDT · 29 of 35
    brydic1 to hflynn

    Now we know the origin of the no inflation, cost of living promulgated by this administration each and every month.

  • President Obama, Where Do You Get That 80%?

    07/15/2011 4:49:39 PM PDT · 31 of 50
    brydic1 to Biggirl
    I fully expect the news media to soon be referring to Obama with the preface “Peace be upon Him”. After all, any utterance which he makes regardless of the total disregard of facts, he is lauded as a demigod.
  • Voters blame Bush more than Obama for the economy (Yahoo! begins the 2012 campaign - barf)

    07/14/2011 8:46:24 AM PDT · 19 of 42
    brydic1 to wac3rd
    Oh, how I recall democrat Truman and many other democrats in 1948 successfully ran against republican H. Hoover who went out of office in 1932. This is not to mention how Roosevelt did the same for years and years. This is the price a political party pays for presiding over a economic collapse.

    Hopefully, the people will consider how Obama and the democrats have managed the crisis since they took over

  • There'll barely be a Labor Party left after the NSW election (Australian state turns right)

    03/24/2011 9:54:45 PM PDT · 16 of 34
    brydic1 to naturalman1975

    This is great news. NSW is the most populous state in Australia covering the large city,Sydney, and the area surrounding the National Capital, Canberra. Although Canberra itself is a special District something like, Washington DC. This is a good omen for the next national election, although that is probably several years away.

  • Napolitano finally acts to secure the border

    01/02/2011 2:07:28 PM PST · 11 of 13
    brydic1 to Starman417

    Sending our Homeland Security Secretary to advise the Afghans how to protect their borders has to be the ultimate definition of insanity.

  • COULD OBAMA AMBASSADOR JON HUNTSMAN, JR. BE THE GOP’S 2012 NOMINEE?

    01/02/2011 1:59:07 PM PST · 52 of 60
    brydic1 to RED SOUTH

    This whole story is based on a Newsweek piece. The MSM should be aware that their advocacy or puffing up of any republican candidate is a “Kiss of Death” among republican and tea party rank and file.