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sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1018380 Nov 4, 2013
Lily boca raton fl wrote:
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Batty Lou has a new part time job....
no wonder she quit spending every waking hour hyping FOX talking points.
OBAMA the GENIUS

Pittsboro, NC

#1018381 Nov 4, 2013
Waxman wrote:
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Hi there angry liberal.
Democrat men are know to have more feminine traits than us libertarians.
Retard, you can direct your Republican comments to others.
What about your beaver?

Do you break it out for the fellas?

You republican scumbags!

You voted for Bush twice. Loser!

Now fix your panties.....your beaver is showing again!

LOL

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LOSER!
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1018382 Nov 4, 2013
Obamacare & Democrats:

Throw the country into mass chaos...

Lie...

Deception...

Socialism...

That's the way I see it, and the truth
Bernard Forand

Lehigh Acres, FL

#1018383 Nov 4, 2013
The Republican Party is becoming less and less like a traditional political party in a representative democracy and becoming more like an apocalyptic cult, or one of the intensely ideological authoritarian parties of 20th century Europe.

Norman Ornstein and Tom Mann, scholars at the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution respectively, put it all in a book, for those with intellectual interest in politics. Title of the book is Its Even Worse Than It Looks”:” How the American Constitutional System Collided With the New Politics of Extremism”. They went further with an essay written for the Washington Post, titled “Let’s just say it: The Republicans are the problem.”
How far have the republicans sunk into the quagmire, you may wonder. Survey political strategist, lobbyist, pollsters and think tanks. Here is one; Chairman of Barbour Griffith & Rogers; Ed Rogers. Formerly the top aid to G.W. Bush and Reagan puts in simple terms.“The G.O.P. House has between 20 and 30 members who are ideological purists who think every issue and vote is black or white. Combine that with the members who fear a primary from the right, and you have maybe 60 votes that are hard to get. We have lost the art of governing in Washington. In the Congress no one is able to make and execute long-term plans.”
Tea nuts must go...
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1018384 Nov 4, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
Obama’s empathy for our nation has been demonstrated numerous times. That’s why republicans have labeled him as Obamacare. Now he is going to gather up the Tea and cast it out unto the waters of oblivion with the traditionalist republicans help.
Fortunately there is hope and it is being demonstrated, more and more every day, with the moderate republicans and the intellectuals of the party that are distancing themselves from the dysfunctional “Ideologues” of their party. Obama has aided them with his brilliance. A Tea bulwark has fallen.
Obamacare drives a wedge, fracturing republican party. Phoenix Arizona’s Governor Jan Brewer pulled off a major coup by distancing herself, along with a few staunch republican state senators, from their extremist elements within their party. Rallying the support by emphasizing “Moral and Monetarily Correct”. Stating “It’s pro-life, it’s saving lives, it is creating jobs, it is saving hospitals,” and “I don’t know how you can get any more conservative than that,”
Typical of the intoxicated Tea Party’s strategy. Derogatory remarks are let loose with no substance to any issue for debate. Going so far as to invoke some religious sniping by A.J LaFaro chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee, comparing Jan Brewer to Judas! Libertarian blog post by Tyler S. Boyer on the “Freedom Works” site, refers to Jan as “An unfortunate display of ineptitude.” Derogatory continues to surface from the right wing extremist. Reagan once said” Republicans should not speak ill of one another” Something the extremist have ignored, as they have demonstrated on various issues, ignoring supporting their constituents for some personal ego political ploy. Ignoring the facts that voters agreed, in 1996 and in 2000, to extend Medicaid coverage to childless adults, one of the main beneficiaries of the Medicaid expansion.
Mr. Coughlin states “Ideologues have their agendas” Mr. Coughlin goes on to say “and the part of the party that’s taking issue with the governor right now is all made up of ideologues”!
Moderate republicans will be required to expand their platforms to educate their constituents of the fallacies of the zealot extremist policies. Focusing on the more intelligent groups within their spheres such as women and independents.
Bruce Merrill, political behaviorist senior research at Morrison Institute for Public Policy of the Arizona University states “how truly fractured the Republican Party in Arizona is.” expressly due to Obamacare.
“The real brilliance of Barack Obama when he made Medicaid an all-or-nothing proposition,” giving states no option but to cover individuals with incomes up to 133 percent of the federal poverty line if they were to qualify for federal reimbursement,“was that he pitted fiscally conservative Republicans against one another,” he said.
Governor Jan Brewer views it as merely bruised egos that will heal with time.“Nobody likes to lose, and that’s what happened”. AND this is but one example of many.
Tea will not be served…. Out of service…
Poll: Growing Number of Republicans Dislike GOP
http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/11/01/poll ...
Obama also thinks there are 57 states, Bernard:

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Bernard Forand

Lehigh Acres, FL

#1018385 Nov 4, 2013



Time’s they are a changing Over a hundred republican donors have sent their voices to their senators to mull over during their August recesses. Demanding immigration reform and a constructive immigration bill is required. Yes even unto legalizing the 11 million illegal immigrants now in residence.
Carlos Gutierrez, founder for the republican’s super PAC ,voices the demand for all intelligent republican to take positive action on this immigration bill. Not surprisingly Karl Rove, Dan Quayle, Tom Stemberg,{Staples}, Frank VanderSloot {Melalecua inc} have FINALLY seen the light. We can give thanks to the immigrants in educating these individuals and many more of their colleagues. Rookies they may be in this new era of an intelligent political leadership role, that is now slowly coming to light, we may yet see this infant callow effort to a rational leadership, as a rebirth of the “Grand Old Party” being born. Cutting the umbilical cord to their insidious extremist ideologues. Infamous for there total collapse from rational leadership.
Intelligence dictates this “Strengthening of The Border Only” bill, that the naïve extremist embrace, as the all to do all for immigration, will be filed in the nearest trash respectable at hand. A new bill may come to FALL soon , when the republicans announce their epitome , of how illegal immigrants may find a path to legal status. Oh glorious days would that be. Will there be in time to have more intelligent rational leadership come to emerge and remove the stigma of the worst performing congress in our nations history. Do not know but stay tuned. We can only hope that not all republicans will succumb to the ever increasing chasm of their irrational dysfunctional leadership. Perhaps it was all that Tea that they drank? A Tea tainted with a fungi of ominous-onus’s.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1018386 Nov 4, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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Anyone who chooses a policy with a $25,000 deductible is someone who values the all mighty dollar more than the well being of his family.
The attached link has an excellent chart of the exchange rates for the lowest cost bronze plan in the 36 states where the Federal government is overseeing their exchange.
http://online.wsj.com/news/interactive/EXCHAN...
so, the poor basturd in Little Rock will pay an extra $1908 per year for birth control and abortion coverage...

kiss Mark Pryor's ass goodbye...

yum, yum, yum...

happy, happy, happy...

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OBAMA the GENIUS

Pittsboro, NC

#1018388 Nov 4, 2013
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Who gives a fck about Romney, chimp? I knew he was a losibng candidate from day 1, and said so (even though he's a far better person than baruck ochimpo).
You voted for him!

PUSCEEEE PANTS!

You want to whiff his man panties!

LOL!:)

You are the dumbest person to ever get a computer!

Squat your beaver over the keyboard!

You filthy pigggg ffffccckkkker!

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LOSER!

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Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1018389 Nov 4, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
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no wonder she quit spending every waking hour hyping FOX talking points.
You misguided libturds love to gang up and pick on other women.

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sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1018390 Nov 4, 2013
the uncivil war continues....

Republican Campaign Committee Pushes Back Against Conservative Group

In a warning shot to outside conservative groups, the National Republican Senatorial Committee this week informed a prominent Republican advertising firm that it would not receive any contracts with the campaign committee because of its work with a group that targets incumbent Senate Republicans.

Even more striking, a senior official at the committee called individual Republican Senate campaigns and other party organizations this week and urged them not to hire the firm, Jamestown Associates, in an effort to punish them for working for the Senate Conservatives Fund, a group founded by Jim DeMint, then a South Carolina senator, that is trying to unseat Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Republican leader, and some other incumbents up for re-election next year whom it finds insufficiently conservative.

“We’re not going to do business with people who profit off of attacking Republicans,” said Brad Dayspring, a spokesman for the committee.“Purity for profit is a disease that threatens the Republican Party.”

http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/11/01...
Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1018391 Nov 4, 2013
Angry liberal:
OBAMA the GENIUS wrote:
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What about your beaver?
Do you break it out for the fellas?
You republican scumbags!
You voted for Bush twice. Loser!
Now fix your panties.....your beaver is showing again!
LOL
LOL
LOL
LOSER!

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Bernard Forand

Lehigh Acres, FL

#1018392 Nov 4, 2013
Remember when. Intoxicated Teabaggers ignored their Governors and now all republicans are demonized. After all who wants a leadership that has a “Tail That Wags Their Dogs?”
Republican Governors oppose the “Ideologues” of their party. Giving them stern warning not to pursue a shutdown of the government as it has been their custom to do so. Trying to block Obamacare by disrupting the financing of the Federal budget will backfire on them.
“I have made the case that Obamacare is not good for the economy, but I have some real concerns about potentially doing something that would have a negative impact on the economy just for the short term — I think there are other ways to pursue this,” said Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin !
Gov. Jack Dalrymple of North Dakota said “I’ve never felt that shutting down government function is a wise thing to do politically because I think, whoever is involved in it, it’s the Congress, regardless of what party they’re affiliated with, that will be blamed by the public,” And so, to me, I don’t see what it accomplishes.”
Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona agrees as do most all the republican governors.
Gov. Phil Bryant of Mississippi said “Many of the members of this party do not want to fund Obamacare, but what we have to do as governors who work with our legislators is realize the reality of being able to get something passed,”!
Senators Rand Paul {R }of Kentucky and Ted Cruz {R} of Texas two of the Tea Party disagree. Senator Tom Coburn {R} of Oklahoma believes the stop government ideology is doomed and will doom republicans come 2014.
Gov. Terry E. Branstad of Iowa, a Republican defines the art of negotiations and compromise is required and end all this callow bitter fighting of our extremist representatives.
New chairwoman of the National Governors Association, Ms. Fallen said “They need to buckle down, work hard, find consensus on things and certainly find ways of reducing our deficit,” said Ms. Fallin, who rejected the Medicaid expansion in Oklahoma and declined to set up a state health insurance marketplace.
Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, the head of the Republican Governors Association said “We absolutely should use whatever opportunity and tactic we can to repeal and replace Obamacare,” said Mr. Jindal, deeming the prospect of a shutdown nothing more than “a false threat” and “scare tactics” from Mr. Obama’s administration.
LOL if that is not an excellent example of how the right wing PROJECTS their erroneous ideologues’ onto their opponent. Scare tactics! False threats! Its Obama’s fault! Callow does not do justice in describing Bobby’s abilities for originality and leadership.
Gov. Jack Markell of Delaware {D} said “People are getting very tired of politicians who appear to only want to shut things down and not build things up, Far be it from me to give them advice, but it can’t be helpful to them.”
Republicans just wanted to let their constants know that they no longer favor the fragrance and or taste of Tea as it is being served by their bitter ideologues’. Will the Tea Party sober up enough to comprehend the warning of the growing chasm that will be swallowing them up?
Republicans are just now realizing that there constituents are deeply in favor of Obamacare and now they seek how to back pedal without anybody noticing. LOL!

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Waxman

Windsor, CT

#1018393 Nov 4, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
the uncivil war continues....
Republican Campaign Committee Pushes Back Against Conservative Group
In a warning shot to outside conservative groups, the National Republican Senatorial Committee this week informed a prominent Republican advertising firm that it would not receive any contracts with the campaign committee because of its work with a group that targets incumbent Senate Republicans.
Even more striking, a senior official at the committee called individual Republican Senate campaigns and other party organizations this week and urged them not to hire the firm, Jamestown Associates, in an effort to punish them for working for the Senate Conservatives Fund, a group founded by Jim DeMint, then a South Carolina senator, that is trying to unseat Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Republican leader, and some other incumbents up for re-election next year whom it finds insufficiently conservative.
“We’re not going to do business with people who profit off of attacking Republicans,” said Brad Dayspring, a spokesman for the committee.“Purity for profit is a disease that threatens the Republican Party.”
http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/11/01...
thecaucus.blogs ?

baawaahhh!!!!!

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#1018394 Nov 4, 2013
Bernard Forand wrote:
Chasm Widens
A prominent republican lobbyist and former ambassador to Belgium for the G.W. Bush administration stated “ Too many ideologues have come in. You don’t win by what they are doing”
Jeb Bush put this way.“Ronald Reagan and his own father would have a hard time fitting into the contemporary republican party.” Citing that an Orthodoxy ideology presently, has a strangle hold on the republican party.
Jeb Bush goes further to say; “ All too often we’re associated with being anti-everything. Way too many people believe Republicans are anti-immigrant, anti-woman, anti-science, anti-gay, anti-worker, and the list goes on and on and on. Many voters are simply unwilling to choose our candidates, even though they share our core beliefs, because those voters feel unloved, unwanted and unwelcome in our party.”
Load bearing cornerstones of the republican party are suffering under the weight of components of the Tea and its corrosive effects to all that is America.
Jeb Bush can fit in nicely in the democrat party. He would be a democrat of old, not the left liberal craz-oes you have now. Notice how most liberals today hate Kennedy and more than likely, the same liberals killed him. They hated Jacqueline Kennedy so much they tried to compare her to Michelle O'bama. There will never be a Bush or Clinton in the White House while you are still alive.
Bernard Forand

Lehigh Acres, FL

#1018395 Nov 4, 2013
Conservative republican senators have been, for the past 2 years, structuring their infrastructure to guard against a repeat of the embarrassing defeat of 2012 due to Tea ideologies. Unable to gain the seats to hold the Senate.
Senator Lindsey Graham of S.C. will need to win two votes by the voters to hold his seat. 1} against the {R} Tea candidates 2} against the democratic candidate.
A growing number of {R} candidates will be facing the same gauntlet as Lindsey. Moderate and traditionalist {R’s} will seek to persuade the voters not to vote for the extremist fanatics of their right wing. Tea Senators are under attack with conservative and traditionalist {R’s} seeking to dispel them from their party.
Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky {R-TEA} is presently sinking from his perch. Veteran senator Lamar Alexander of Tenn.{R-conservative} Is assailed by Ben Cunningham, president of the Nashville Tea Party.
Fissures and rifts will be illuminated within the republican party with their primaries results.
Have they learned their lesson and will they now cast out the Tea? Will they continue to lose more seats due to the taint of Tea? 2014 will expose their future outcomes and their ability to exhibit leadership. Dysfunctional Tea fanatics to over take the conservative only to lose in the general elections of 2016. Republicans future is at a cross road. Failure of the conservative {R} will result in the demise of their party for Decades to come.
Continued infighting within the {R’s} over core issues {Immigration and Financials} would continue to widen a chasm, splitting the party.
One example of the Tea was recently demonstrated in South Dakota and West Virginia where their candidates failed to expand their powers.
Senator McConnell realizes the dangers of his purity ideologies is failing and begins to back pedal. He once opposed Rand Paul’s austere budget measures he now proudly endorses his austerity measures and goes on to support Rand’s domestic Hemp production endeavors! Yet he voted against the violence against women bill and joined the 13 senators to vote against aid to Egypt.
State senator Lee Bright {R-Tea} S.C. Emphasizes that the traditional conservative republican, Mr. Graham, was too concerned with international affaires and too soft on gun rights, personal liberties and immigration. He declares he is doesn’t care if N.S.A. has his phone number, he will continue to fight for South Carolina to have its own currency and opposes Shariah law!
Mr. Bright could pose a problem for Lindsey Graham in his bid for reelection. After all it is South Carolina. Remember when; Lindsey was booed at the “Silver Elephant dinner” in 2006 and then gets a standing ovation in 2013? Such are the ways of South Carolina..
All in all this should be an interesting mid term election in 2014. Preliminary to the 2016 general elections.
Will the republicans have the leadership to govern their own party? They fail that, what chance do they have on the national governing levels? Slim to none..

John Galt

Temecula, CA

#1018396 Nov 4, 2013
USAsince1680 wrote:
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Anyone who chooses a policy with a $25,000 deductible is someone who values the all mighty dollar more than the well being of his family.
The attached link has an excellent chart of the exchange rates for the lowest cost bronze plan in the 36 states where the Federal government is overseeing their exchange.
http://online.wsj.com/news/interactive/EXCHAN...
so, the poor basturd in New Orleans will pay an extra $1572 per year for birth control and abortion coverage...

kiss Mary Landrieu's ass goodbye...

yum, yum, yum...

happy, happy, happy...

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Pittsboro, NC

#1018397 Nov 4, 2013
Waxman wrote:
Angry liberal:
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Wax turturds votes:

Warmonger Bush. Yes!

Warmonger Bush. Economy wrecker. YES!

MCLAME/PALIN. YES!

ROMNEY/RYAN. YES!

Libertard?

Hardly!

YOU LOSER!

REPUBLICAN!

Put away your beaver! Nobody wants to see it!

Except your boyfriend fenris!

Rub your beavers together!

Republican scumbags!
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1018398 Nov 4, 2013
Waxman wrote:
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You misguided libturds love to gang up and pick on other women.
i am non-gender specific as to who i make fun of.

i don't even know what gender most of you are and don't even care. something about being inured to bigotry(that has made me a boatload of cash) that most folks take as an everyday thing.

but as for political bias.....you know the deal, azzhole. male or female or whatever the unpleasant case may be.
Bernard Forand

Lehigh Acres, FL

#1018399 Nov 4, 2013
Waxman wrote:
Angry liberal:
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Waxman exhibit’s the ideology for a callow sophomore which is totally in line with what is supported by Waxman.
I am a LIBEERAL as defined by the dictionary. Not by the intoxicated opinionated Teabaggers Foxy Tabloids.
Liberal adj
1. broad-minded: tolerant of different views and standards of behavior in others
2. progressive politically or socially: favoring gradual reform, especially political reforms that extend democracy, distribute wealth more evenly, and protect the personal freedom of the individual
3. generous: freely giving money, time, or some other asset
My great-aunt was liberal in her bequests.

4. generous in quantity: large in size or amount
a liberal helping

5. not literal: not limited to the literal meaning in translation or interpretation
a liberal interpretation of the rules

6. culturally oriented: concerned with general cultural matters and broadening of the mind rather than professional or technical study
a liberal education

7. of political liberalism: relating to a political ideology of liberalism

n (plural lib·er·als)
liberal person: somebody who favors tolerance or open-mindedness

[14th century. Via French < Latin liberalis < liber "free"]

Word Key: Synonyms

See generous.
Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Now to define the state of existence for Tea addicts, we just have to access the acronyms of these definitions. For example #1 “Broad Minded” acronym “Closed Minded”
#2 “tolerant of different views and standards of behavior in others” acronym; Intolerant of the views of others and standards of behavior in others. LOL That sure sounds like a BIGOT to me.
Now I think you can do the rest all by yourself and expose yourself as to what you really are.
“The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. The truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end; there it is.” Winston Churchill. LOL sounds like a liberal…
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1018400 Nov 4, 2013
Waxman wrote:
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thecaucus.blogs ?
baawaahhh!!!!!
not my fault the sane republicans hate the baggers.

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