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  • Congressional critics ready to block Obama push to normalize Cuban relations

    12/18/2014 11:23:06 AM PST · 13 of 18
    DestroyLiberalism to Kaslin
    Sadly, I'm anticipating something like the following will happen...

    In his first public comments since President Obama unilaterally lifted sanctions against Cuba, House Majority Speaker John Boehner said: "While these executive actions on the part of the president is troubling to members of Congress, unfortunately we have limited options in dealing with his latest indiscretion. We have instead determined that at this time our time and energy is better left focused on jobs and the economy. Like I say, if "ands" and "buts" were candy and nuts, then everyday would be Christmas."

  • More States Join Lawsuit against Obama's Immigration Order

    12/18/2014 11:02:04 AM PST · 78 of 80
    DestroyLiberalism to Hostage

    Hostage wrote:
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    A federal judge has the power to stop any of Obama’s people or contractors from carrying out his orders or directives. Any person that violates a court order is subject to arrest and will be put in jail.
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    Not disagreeing with what you’re saying, but do you think the current Department of Justice would ever allow anything like that to happen to Obama?

  • Obama To Unilaterally Normalize Relations With Cuba

    12/18/2014 10:26:22 AM PST · 63 of 70
    DestroyLiberalism to tsowellfan

    I understand better where you’re coming from now and wholeheartedly agree that John Boehner absolutely MUST be replaced as Speaker by a principled constitutional conservative like Trey Gowdy or even Raul Labrador.

  • Obama To Unilaterally Normalize Relations With Cuba

    12/18/2014 6:54:22 AM PST · 58 of 70
    DestroyLiberalism to Kaslin

    And now the Satanic Kenyan Marxist in the Oval Office is capitulating to communist countries. Is anyone honestly surprised by this despicable putrid sub-human’s never ending lawless, destructive, and treasonous actions against this once great nation?

  • Obama To Unilaterally Normalize Relations With Cuba

    12/18/2014 6:44:35 AM PST · 56 of 70
    DestroyLiberalism to tsowellfan

    tsowellfan wrote:
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    Look at the bright side... politically.... If Amnesty prevails and the borders secured the so called “immigration” problem will no longer be a campaign issue for the democrats.
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    How is this the bright side? What indication have you seen that our elected “leaders” in Washington have any intention of securing the borders? There are already many laws in the books that directly deal with this.

    Bottom line... The Democrat party wants amnesty as a means of creating a permanent majority underclass, thereby cementing the party’s power in perpetuity. The Republican party wants amnesty in hopes of replacing its conservative base and delivering millions of cheap indentured servants to its puppet masters at the Chamber of Commerce.

  • Not just gay issues: Why hundreds of congregations made final break with mainline denominations

    12/15/2014 6:42:58 AM PST · 13 of 16
    DestroyLiberalism to JSteff

    JSteff wrote:

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    “Among some denominational leaders, he said, there is a sense, “The bad guys have left.”

    Oh so the members who do not think it is okay to put the male member in the but of another male are the “bad guys”?

    What makes the ones who do agree that is okay, any more religions than those who don’t? Are the “okay
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    Very well stated. I look forward to watching all these idiot leftist denominational leaders go down with their rapidly sinking ship.

  • Fox News Poll: Record 58 percent would repeal ObamaCare

    12/11/2014 6:33:32 AM PST · 54 of 71
    DestroyLiberalism to TomGuy

    TomGuy wrote:
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    Voting in more Repubs obviously isn’t the answer.
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    And yet I can’t tell you how many FReepers here chastised some of us for being conservative “purists” because we openly balked at the idea of voting in more RINOs and ensuring the seamless continuation of unconstitutional left-wing Democrat policies.

  • Top GOP Leader Promises Total Amnesty In 2015

    12/05/2014 9:06:11 AM PST · 29 of 54
    DestroyLiberalism to CedarDave

    CedarDave wrote:
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    They’re here and they’re going to stay here no matter how much we don’t like it.
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    I disagree. For starters, if stiff penalties were leveled against businesses that hire illegal aliens, it would result in fewer jobs available to illegals, thus enticing fewer of them to cross our border illegally and those already here inevitably having little choice but to self-deport.

    I say let’s stop rewarding lawbreakers and criminals with green cards and red cards, shall we?

  • Mark Levin Urges States to 'Take Back Your Power' From 'runaway' Obama

    12/04/2014 12:07:03 PM PST · 7 of 13
    DestroyLiberalism to Jacquerie

    It’s always great to hear remarks from Mark Levin. One of the good guys, for sure.

  • Face It: Republicans Want Amnesty

    12/04/2014 6:52:16 AM PST · 120 of 134
    DestroyLiberalism to fatez

    fatez wrote:
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    Great, you don’t have to convince me your right, I am convinced that it is a misnomer, you have to convince the low information voter...And in case you missed it, we have lost those battles repeatedly...But maybe Einstein is wrong.
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    And yet even though the Dems have repeatedly lost their share of battles in the public arena, such as being plagued with record low polling numbers and getting badly shellacked in the 2010 and 2014 elections, their radical left-wing agenda continues to march on and advance. Now why is that?

    Could it be because the GOP-E leadership continues to deploy their utterly stupid and impotent strategy of openly declaring that all its weapons will be taken off the table? I.E. - No government shutdown... No impeachment... No exercising the “power of the purse”?

    Pure and simple, I think the modern day GOP, led by the RINOs, have become the most inept, most feckless, most incompetent party I’ve ever seen in politics. But then the $64,000 question is, what do we do about it? Elections no longer seem to matter.

  • Face It: Republicans Want Amnesty

    12/03/2014 1:20:10 PM PST · 55 of 134
    DestroyLiberalism to fatez

    fatez wrote:
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    I don’t want amnesty and I don’t want another government shutdown.
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    The whole concept of a “government shutdown” is a total misnomer because the vast majority of it remains fully operational. The only aspect of the federal government that actually shuts down is the estimated 17% that provides non-essential services. So if they’re non-essential, why do they even exist in the first place??

    If the Dems want to try to play hardball by threatening to temporarily “shut down” 17% of an already grotesquely bloated federal government, I say BRING IT ON!! The lives of over 99% of Americans would not be adversely affected by this in any way, so why not dare the Dems to just do it?? The GOP is going to be hated no matter what, so why not just for once stand up for its conservative base, fight on principles, and DO WHAT’S RIGHT FOR THE COUNTRY???

  • Face It: Republicans Want Amnesty

    12/03/2014 1:01:02 PM PST · 44 of 134
    DestroyLiberalism to Jean2

    Jean2 wrote:
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    I can’t believe that Rush of all people is just now noticing this!
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    Actually, Rush has been making these sorts of claims about the GOP Establishment for years now.

  • Boehner Poised to Deal With the Devil to Avoid Shut-Down?

    12/03/2014 12:49:40 PM PST · 73 of 78
    DestroyLiberalism to JSDude1

    JSDude1 wrote:
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    So what’s your suggestion then? Don’t vote? Let the Dems Control Congress, Run as 3rd Party Candidates, PRIMARY THEIR A&&ES?
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    Admittedly, there’s no easy answer here. But one thing’s for certain... Voting in RINOs every election cycle simply isn’t doing a damn thing to restore our Constitutional Republic.

  • GOP leaders uniting around plan to avoid shutdown

    11/25/2014 8:50:56 AM PST · 11 of 34
    DestroyLiberalism to MrB

    LOL! The other elephant in that cartoon could even respond with: “You’re right... We need to work together with King George and stay focused on jobs and the economy”.

  • GOP leaders uniting around plan to avoid shutdown

    11/25/2014 8:47:14 AM PST · 8 of 34
    DestroyLiberalism to C19fan

    Well, that didn’t take long. Let the GOP cave-in begin!

    But hey, not to worry... As long as we keep re-electing Establishment Republicans, as many FReepers here passionately advocate, then everything will be just fine!

  • You Have to Give It to the President

    11/24/2014 11:06:18 AM PST · 93 of 94
    DestroyLiberalism to DugwayDuke

    DugwayDuke wrote:
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    You believe it is important to make a statement of disapproval. OK, but what does that accomplish besides making you feel good?
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    I see it as a statement that we as a nation should not allow the President of the United States to get away with flagrantly breaking the law and violating the U.S. Constitution. Otherwise, it sets a horrible precedent, one in which future Democrat presidents will undoubtedly feel emboldened to continue engaging in unconstitutional power grabs and turning the executive branch into a dictatorship.

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    OTOH, this statement of disapproval, the impeachment of the First Black President, has some very significant associated costs. Among other things, it will be viewed as racist by a very significant portion of the electorate and will be baggage that the GOP will have to carry for many years.
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    Of course, the Dems know that as long as they can keep sending non-white males into the Oval Office, then the GOP will remain too frightened to hold any of them accountable for violating the Constitution, whether we’re talking the first black president... first female president... first Hispanic president... first openly gay president, etc.

    By the way, do we have any hard data that Obama would suddenly see a massive surge in popularity if the GOP were to try to impeach him? Over the past six years, this man is mired in so many aggregious scandals (Benghazi, Obamacare lies, IRS targeting, the VA, NSA snooping, Fast and Furious, Solyndra, etc. etc.) and has literally done so much to make so many people hate his guts that I’m not sure I buy into that assumption.

    Now let me just say for the record, I do not think impeachment should be the GOP’s first option. I am much more in favor of Congress exercising its Power of the Purse by passing individual spending bills that cover the federal government’s mandatory budget expenditures and ultimately excludes funding for Obamacare or amnesty. If this leads to a huge fight and a partial government shutdown that indefinitely halts non-essential federal services, then that’s fine by me. I can tell you my life will certainly not suffer over a federal government suddenly forced to reduce itself by 17%!

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    Furthermore, it would be a distraction from other important matters such as the debt, terrorism, national security, jobs, etc,. I believe the American people did not elect republicans to go on, what they would perceive as, a witch hunt on impeachment. The GOP needs to focus on the other matters, like the economy and jobs, that they were voted into office to fix.
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    No question, these issues all need to be addressed and fixed. But do you really believe the GOP will be able to successfully tackle any of this as long as Obama is in office??

  • HOW THE GOP SHOULD REACT TO OBAMA EXEC ORDERS

    11/24/2014 7:07:18 AM PST · 12 of 45
    DestroyLiberalism to Jack Hydrazine

    Jack Hydrazine wrote:
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    Yeppers.

    They are about as useful as:

    a grave robber in a crematorium

    an ashtray on a motorbike

    mudguards on a tortoise

    and

    a trap door on a lifeboat.
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    Or braille engraved on the buttons of a drive-thru ATM machine!

  • HOW THE GOP SHOULD REACT TO OBAMA EXEC ORDERS

    11/24/2014 7:03:59 AM PST · 9 of 45
    DestroyLiberalism to chajin

    chajin wrote:
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    Take him to court.
    That makes SCOTUS the American Parent, and Obama and the Congress the American Sibling Rivalry. All it does is switch the role of King from Obama to SCOTUS.
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    Well said. Not to mention: 1) lawsuits could conceivably take years to work its way through the system, and 2) the federal courts are now packed with radical leftist judges.

    Simply pursuing lawsuits against Obama is nothing more than the GOP continuing to be lazy and unwilling to wage a real fight.

  • You Have to Give It to the President

    11/24/2014 6:45:50 AM PST · 90 of 94
    DestroyLiberalism to DugwayDuke

    DugwayDuke wrote:
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    Haven’t you figured it out that Obama wants the GOP to impeach him? Why play his game? Obama is the matador and amnesty is his cape. Now why do you want to play the part of the bull? It never works out for the bull, does it?
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    Here’s a comment I posted in another thread making the case for impeachment:

    “Only two U.S. presidents have ever been impeached and, even though neither were removed from office, it still leaves a nasty stain on their legacy. (Don’t believe me? Ask anyone you know what the first thing is that comes to mind when hearing Bill Clinton’s name and they will almost certainly bring up Monica Lewinsky.) I will concede that in Obama’s evil and diabolical world, he would likely view impeachment as a vehicle to martyrdom. Even so, this not an excuse to take this constitutional remedy off the table. Simply allowing the Kenyan Marxist to get away with violating our Constitution’s separation of powers and his flagrant usurpation of Congress should NOT be an option.”

    At some point, I believe the GOP simply has to do the right thing, even if it may not always be the most popular or politically expedient route.

  • House files challenge over the changes to the affordable care act (Case 1:14-cv-01967)

    11/21/2014 10:30:12 AM PST · 28 of 33
    DestroyLiberalism to Jane Long

    Jane Long wrote:
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    Well, I’m not willing to stop trying. Are you?

    I’d rather them use every means available...and try...than DO NOTHING - out of fear of “radical leftist judges”, or backlash, or whatever excuse.
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    Oh, believe me, I’m with you there, Jane... I would just much rather see Congress FOR ONCE put up a huge fight by using the “power of the purse” to defund aspects of Obama’s unconstitutional progressive agenda (including Obamacare) and implement Ted Cruz’s call to indefinitely block ALL of Hussein’s future judicial and cabinet nominees. (And if this results in an indefinite partial government shutdown affecting non-essential services, I say SO WHAT!!) I also wouldn’t rule out introducing articles of impeachment (even if the GOP doesn’t have enough Senate votes to remove the Marxist from office altogether).

    I just think the GOP Establishment’s idea to litigate their way out of this mess is a futile cop-out at best because it would conceivably take years before any (leftist) court verdict is rendered. And if the GOP were to lose, you know they’d simply, in typical fashion, shrug their shoulders, pack it in, and say, “well, we tried... executive amnesty is now the law of the land”.

  • House files challenge over the changes to the affordable care act (Case 1:14-cv-01967)

    11/21/2014 8:34:04 AM PST · 7 of 33
    DestroyLiberalism to Jane Long

    Jane Long wrote:
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    Good...now be ready to immediately file against EO Amnesty.
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    With the federal courts now packed with radical leftist judges, how confident are you that the GOP can successfully sue its way into stopping the Kenyan Marxist from regularly and flagrantly violating the U.S. Constitution?

  • House files challenge over the changes to the affordable care act (Case 1:14-cv-01967)

    11/21/2014 8:28:28 AM PST · 2 of 33
    DestroyLiberalism to justlittleoleme

    For the record, I hate this lawsuit. Basically, if the GOP were to win this case, then they would essentially succeed in getting Obamacare FULLY implemented, exactly as it was written into law! How frickin’ bass-ackwards is this???

  • Jay Carney: Obama ‘Literally’ Doing What He Said Was Unconstitutional in 2011

    11/21/2014 8:20:53 AM PST · 13 of 62
    DestroyLiberalism to don-o

    Anyone else find it interesting how both of Oba-mao’s former press secretaries (Gibbs and Carney) have since regularly become some of the Kenyan Marxist’s most outspoken critics?

  • You Have to Give It to the President

    11/21/2014 8:14:13 AM PST · 78 of 94
    DestroyLiberalism to Bayan

    Bayan wrote:
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    The stupidity is in the lack of ability to do simple math. You need 13 Democrat votes to impeach Obama. Not going to happen, no way, no how. So you go through the whole process and all you do is raise a fire storm because you’re trying to impeach the first black president. The Democrats get down on their knees six times a day to pray that the Republicans are stupid enough to do this. Obama would end up with increase popularity just like Clinton did.
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    Only two U.S. presidents have ever been impeached and, even though neither were removed from office, it still leaves a nasty stain on their legacy. (Don’t believe me? Ask anyone you know what the first thing is that comes to mind when hearing Bill Clinton’s name and they will almost certainly bring up Monica Lewinsky.) I will concede that in Obama’s evil and diabolical world, he would likely view impeachment as a vehicle to martyrdom. Even so, this not an excuse to take this constitutional remedy off the table. Simply allowing the Kenyan Marxist to get away with violating our Constitution’s separation of powers and his flagrant usurpation of Congress should NOT be an option.

    Just curious, what makes you so sure Obama’s popularity would increase if he were to be impeached? I don’t see how anything could ever make Obama popular again at this stage and I think it’s a mistake to use Clinton as a frame of reference. As despicable as Bubba’s sexual indiscretions and acts of perjury were, I would argue they actually PALE in comparison to the lawlessness, recklessness, and destruction that represents Obama’s tyranny and blatantly unconstitutional actions.

  • You Have to Give It to the President

    11/21/2014 7:31:37 AM PST · 73 of 94
    DestroyLiberalism to DugwayDuke

    DugwayDuke wrote:
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    Of course, the republicans must avoid doing stupid things like impeachment, etc,.
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    What would be stupid about impeaching Obama? The Founders put that option in place so that Congress has a recourse against lawless presidents such as this one.

  • Congressional Revocation and Alteration of Executive Orders (How to Kill the Amnesty EO)

    11/14/2014 8:18:48 AM PST · 119 of 169
    DestroyLiberalism to TurboZamboni

    TurboZamboni wrote:
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    When I become preezie my first and last EO will be to rescind the EOs of the previous 5 presidents.
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    You would include Reagan among that group??

  • Radio in VA reports Gillespie about to throw in towel (unconfirmed)

    11/07/2014 7:12:07 AM PST · 33 of 104
    DestroyLiberalism to apillar

    Just imagine if the GOP would actually get behind it’s Virginia candidates and invest some money in defeating Democrat opponents. First, Ken Cuccinelli had a late surge and narrowly missed a major last minute upset over Terry “The Punk” McAuliffe in the Virginia’s governor’s race earlier this year. And now, Ed Gillespie falls just shy of knocking off the Democrat incumbent’s senate seat.

    Virginia used to be a Republican stronghold. So why has the GOP all but practically abandoned the state in recent years???

  • MSM: Obama Exec Amnesty Would Be "Flipping The Country The Bird"

    11/06/2014 7:38:51 AM PST · 47 of 61
    DestroyLiberalism to Bogey78O

    Or you can simply state it another way... The Kenyan Marxist’s goal is to shred the U.S. Constitution and render it meaningless and unenforceable for future Democrat/Communist presidents.

  • MSM: Obama Exec Amnesty Would Be "Flipping The Country The Bird"

    11/06/2014 7:34:41 AM PST · 46 of 61
    DestroyLiberalism to Balding_Eagle

    Balding_Eagle wrote:
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    I am surprised at all the pushback to Obama’s amnesty program from the political Left.
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    I’m not at all saying you’re implying this, but it’s certainly not because the leftists/statists/Marxists have suddenly come to Jesus and now realize the total havoc and destruction that amnesty would wreak upon the nation’s economy and culture... It’s only because they’re fearful that executive amnesty would cause the jackass party to get shellacked yet again in 2016!

  • No Obama pivot after midterms (Obama "Defiant")

    11/05/2014 11:50:49 AM PST · 84 of 88
    DestroyLiberalism to morphing libertarian

    morphing libertarian wrote:
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    The republicans will not do anything. LOL. The fact that there is no discussion about removing McC from the senate leadership position indicates how wrong it is for conservatives to keep wasting their votes on the GOP.
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    Sadly, I fear you’re right. There’s at least some speculation that Ted Cruz may help lead a charge against McConnell being nominated as the new Senate Majority Leader. That likely wouldn’t succeed, but at least the Tea Party wing can put the establishment leadership on notice that there will be ongoing accountability within the party.

  • Feeling down? Then listen to SAD music: Melancholy tunes lift our moods

    11/05/2014 11:31:16 AM PST · 22 of 82
    DestroyLiberalism to Textide

    Textide wrote:
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    “And when my mind is free,
    no melody can move me.
    But when I’m feeling blue,
    guitars come on through to soothe me...”

    Dobie Gray - Drift Away
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    Ah, yes... The bridge is perhaps the most powerful passage of that great song. I’ve always liked how the strings kick in prominently at this point.

  • Feeling down? Then listen to SAD music: Melancholy tunes lift our moods

    11/05/2014 11:21:45 AM PST · 15 of 82
    DestroyLiberalism to dfwgator

    dfwgator wrote:
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    True, still I like the song....I don’t agree with Elton’s lifestyle but the guy has made a lot of damn fine music.
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    Agreed on all counts!

  • Feeling down? Then listen to SAD music: Melancholy tunes lift our moods

    11/05/2014 11:02:55 AM PST · 7 of 82
    DestroyLiberalism to dfwgator

    dfwgator wrote:
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    Wasn’t there an Elton John song that basically said the same thing?
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    “When every little bit of hope is gone, sad songs say so much.”

    That song is a bit too peppy and upbeat though to be “sad”... Especially when the “ooo la la la la” background vocals kick in toward the end!

  • No Obama pivot after midterms (Obama "Defiant")

    11/05/2014 10:57:44 AM PST · 74 of 88
    DestroyLiberalism to morphing libertarian

    morphing libertarian wrote:
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    Not enough votes for either of those

    Cut funding
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    So what will the GOP do then when Obama refuses to sign a congressional budget bill into law that cuts funding? McConnell has already declared that no government shutdowns will take place under his watch. Boehner meanwhile has already taken the impeachment option off the table.

    I can honestly say, I wish I was more excited about the election results last night but I don’t think the GOP party leadership has the drive or stomach to stop Obama’s tyrannical overreach.

  • Scarlett Johnansson: “If Republicans Win They’ll Take Away a Woman’s Right to Choose”

    11/04/2014 1:34:51 PM PST · 46 of 94
    DestroyLiberalism to Morgana

    Wrong, Scarlett... If Republicans win, they won’t be able to take away your right to choose to be an absolute blithering moron.

    Just curious, Scarlett... Whenever your boyfriend blows in your ear, do you thank him for the refill???

  • Many holding their noses as they cast ballots

    11/04/2014 12:24:23 PM PST · 40 of 77
    DestroyLiberalism to Norm Lenhart

    LOL! I read the passage this way...

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    Listen to Danielle Glover, 28, who voted in Commerce City, an industrial suburb northeast of Denver. Even though she hopes Democrats can maintain their communist, statist, and tyrannical stranglehold over the nation by holding off a Republican takeover of the Senate, her low information voter IQ keeps her optimistic that hope and change will ultimately rule the day: “I would hope that once we get past the election, that elected officials from both parties can sit down and work on policies together. And of course there’s no better way to do this than to continue having the communists run the Senate.”
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  • Many holding their noses as they cast ballots

    11/04/2014 12:11:27 PM PST · 22 of 77
    DestroyLiberalism to mdittmar

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    Democrat Keisha Matlock, a 38-year-old college student,wonders aloud,”Why do we even vote?” as she casts her ballot for Democrats.
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    LOL I don’t know if you’ll ever see more examples of irony in a single sentence!

  • Final Q2 GDP 4.6%, says Bureau of Economic Analysis [Best in two years]

    10/30/2014 10:20:54 AM PDT · 10 of 10
    DestroyLiberalism to SeekAndFind

    Wow!! I wasn’t sure how to vote next Tuesday but I’m SO GLAD this incredible GDP report came out just in the nick of time!! I mean, there’s absolutely NO WAY our federal government would EVER cook the books and lie about Obamanomics working like gangbusters right before an election! Why, that settles it then... I’m voting for a straight Democrat ticket next Tuesday!! :-D

    </sarc off>

  • Cruz: Amend U.S. Constitution to Preserve Marriage Bans

    10/08/2014 6:38:02 AM PDT · 66 of 71
    DestroyLiberalism to SoConPubbie; ScottinVA

    SoConPubbie wrote:
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    Bull!

    Only if you believe the polls and only if you give up.

    Prohibition was in favor at one time, so was slavery.

    Public perception and positions on Major issues change throughout history.

    Furthermore, there is always a constitutional convention, and finally, force.
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    Hear, hear!

  • Cruz: Amend U.S. Constitution to Preserve Marriage Bans

    10/08/2014 6:35:41 AM PDT · 65 of 71
    DestroyLiberalism to SoConPubbie

    Amen, Ted! Thank God there are still some leaders like Senator Cruz who stand up for morality and common sense!

  • No Wave for the GOP: Fire consultants who urge the party to mute social issues.

    09/19/2014 8:51:38 AM PDT · 22 of 73
    DestroyLiberalism to Georgia Girl 2

    Georgia Girl 2 wrote:
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    I have never been confident we would retake the Senate in 2014. If we hate the GOP how do you think the independents feel? Those are the voters that always make the difference.
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    I’m going to have to respectfully disagree with your last statement... Look no further than Mitt Romney, who won the independent vote by a wide margin in the 2012 presidential election and still lost the race.

    Nonetheless, I see your overall point. By recklessly and repeatedly pissing on (and in turn pissing off) its conservative base, the GOP seems to be doing everything it possibly can to screw up the most favorable conditions it may ever have to retake the Senate. Given Obama’s record low approval ratings, the number of very winnable Senate seats up for grabs in Republican-friendly states, and the fact this is an off-year election during a second presidential term which normally greatly benefits the party out of power, the GOP *SHOULD* be in a prime position to win 10-12 Senate seats! Yet for some insane reason the Republican party steadfastly refuses to act like an opposition party and present an agenda of popular conservative ideas that voters can get behind to counteract Obama and the Dems’ reckless destruction of this country!

    It’s frickin’ unbelievable!

  • McDaniel files legal arguments as he looks to overturn Cochran loss

    09/19/2014 7:30:52 AM PDT · 6 of 22
    DestroyLiberalism to cotton1706

    Believe me, I’m pulling for Chris McDaniel to continue fighting this autrocity tooth and nail until the bitter end. Unfortunately, I have zero faith in the system to do the right thing and disqualify the illegal voting that handed Cochran his completely tainted “victory”.

  • White House: NFL needs to "get a handle" on domestic violence

    09/19/2014 7:27:03 AM PDT · 13 of 39
    DestroyLiberalism to C19fan

    A senior administration official told reporters during a briefing about a new White House public awareness campaign on preventing sexual assaults on college campuses that “the most recent revelations of abuse by the NFL players is really deeply troubling.”

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    Personally, I find the White House injecting itself into a private corporation’s affairs even more “really deeply troubling”.

    I also find the neverending revelations of Constitutional abuse by the White House and federal government to be really deeply troubling.

  • Nate Silver's Senate Update: Democrats Draw Almost Even. Is It The Money?

    09/17/2014 2:31:51 PM PDT · 78 of 78
    DestroyLiberalism to Maceman

    Amen! Another very eloquently stated post!

    Bottom line, simply slowing down the radical leftists’ agenda a couple notches by continuing to nominate and (re-)elect RINOs just AIN’T GONNA CUT IT!

  • Nate Silver's Senate Update: Democrats Draw Almost Even. Is It The Money?

    09/17/2014 2:23:28 PM PDT · 77 of 78
    DestroyLiberalism to TitansAFC

    Post of the Day. Hands down.

    Maybe even Post of the 2014 Election Season.

    You, my FRiend, may have just articulated the most dead-on analysis I’ve read of exactly what is horribly wrong with today’s Republican party and why it (and, by extension, the enitre nation) continues to lose so badly. Your post should be required reading for every single GOP consultant, but of course they’re all so stupid, inept, and incompetent that they’d immediately dismiss it and continue embracing their failed status quo.

    Yep, basically what it’s all come down to is the Demonic Dems are ruthlessly working toward total victory (fully implementing communism/statism) and annhilating all opposition, while the gutless, spineless Republican establishment is simply giddy just to even be at the dance.

  • White House: Obama to delay immigration action

    09/06/2014 8:08:02 AM PDT · 31 of 93
    DestroyLiberalism to BenLurkin

    BenLurkin wrote:
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    Thanksgiving Day 2014 — expect the act of treason to be announced.
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    Makes sense... The despicably evil Marxists on the left will view this as the new colonization of the United States of America. I say, if the Kenyan Marxist is brazen enough to go through with his diabolical plan and if we’re going to have to fight a civil war as a result to defeat these Marxist a-holes and save this country, then so be it.

  • White House: Obama to delay immigration action

    09/06/2014 7:21:19 AM PDT · 19 of 93
    DestroyLiberalism to Perdogg

    But wait! The Kenyan Marxist keeps saying that issuing executive orders is the right thing to do for the country. So if that’s the case, then why the need to delay doing this until after the elections if its so “moral” and “just”??

    I swear, this SOB currently occupying the Oval Office is pure, unadulterated evil and possesses absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

  • The GOP Has A Three-Way Problem … (NOT THAT KIND … DUH)

    08/27/2014 7:23:24 AM PDT · 37 of 75
    DestroyLiberalism to LibertyOh

    LibertyOh wrote:
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    As a conservative, you are doing the ultra leftists work for them with that attitude. Perhaps you should expend your energy politically destroying the leftists.
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    With all due respect, isn’t your last statement exactly what the GOP Establishment is NOT doing?? And yet you insist we continue supporting them??

  • The GOP Has A Three-Way Problem … (NOT THAT KIND … DUH)

    08/27/2014 7:19:49 AM PDT · 35 of 75
    DestroyLiberalism to JRandomFreeper

    JRandomFreeper wrote:
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    All that your liberal republican leadership in the Senate has done is to support Reid’s liberal agenda with their critical cloture votes.
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    An excellent point. If you want to see a Republican senator’s true colors, always pay close attention to their cloture votes.

  • The GOP Has A Three-Way Problem … (NOT THAT KIND … DUH)

    08/27/2014 7:14:39 AM PDT · 33 of 75
    DestroyLiberalism to tanknetter

    tanknetter wrote:
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    I’m thinking that, like having a bad manager, we might have to (will have to, in many cases) hold our noses, pick the GOPe up and carry it over the finish line. For our own short-term self preservation.
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    But aren’t we all completely sick and tired of having to keep doing this? We’ve been holding our noses at the ballot box for years now and where has it gotten us???