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Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#1 Dec 9, 2012
That was the headline this morning on the news segment. Who out there does not agree that conservatives everywhere needs to reboot and assess their political needs? If we as conservatives are successful in ruling out the only two sins in our country ( gay marriage and abortion ), then what? Who or what is the target after that? My opinion as a conservative is to take away rights of people who take my money for any reason. I could not care less what they do in their own house on their own property as long as it does not cost me ANYTHING. I am NOT my brother's keeper. I am NOT responsible for their sins. LEAVE my money alone! other than that, there is no reason to be a Republican. Fix it already!
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#2 Dec 17, 2012
Republican politics eliminated social programs for dealing with mental illness, the funding, running and servicing the programs were privatized with no oversight. Now society is experiencing escalating affects of the cuts in these social programs. If you do not pressure your representatives in Washington to STOP the madness and take care of the people's business it gets worse from here. We are seeing the fulfillment of Hollywood's movie culture of an America failing and falling to anarchy is too scary to recognize but that we must do before it is too late. Stop the madness, take the guns away from everyone except law enforcement and take care of the mentally ill. That will be a start to undo the damage the Republican party has done.
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#3 Dec 20, 2012
So now republicans want to train and arm every teacher in the class room. Is there something in the water?
Falgger

Charlotte, NC

#4 Dec 21, 2012
It is impossible to take away the guns from everyone. Keep dreaming. Ain't gonna happen. You are no way a conservative. Just a stupid liberal. Literally.
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#5 Jan 2, 2013
Falgger wrote:
It is impossible to take away the guns from everyone. Keep dreaming. Ain't gonna happen. You are no way a conservative. Just a stupid liberal. Literally.
Never said to be conservative or liberal, I am a republican. Do you know what a republican is as a platform? Have you read the GOP platform? Can you recognize a republican when you see one? Doesn't appear so.
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#6 Jan 2, 2013
The nut who set his own home on fire, called the fire department then opened fire on the responders had served almost 20 years in prison for beating his grandmother to death with a hammer. He, by law, could not buy or own guns legally. He got his neighbor to buy the guns with him there with her. She moved away more than 20 miles. He stay there and does this horrible thing. Four men shot, two injured and two killed. There were no laws in place that link gun registration with addresses as they change. She stated to police that the guns went missing a while back but she never reported the missing guns. She also could not answer why she needed assault rifles and multiple magazines of ammo. And you say I am stupid? What do you need to be convinced that people are killing people with guns? We are not talking about a few guns, we are talking about a national epidemic of fire arm possession, use and criminal activity. We never have to fear non-criminals. So therefore if criminals and law enforcement are the only ones with guns, there is no question of whom to get rid of on sight. Are you stupid or can you just slow down and read a little? And, I don't know of a any "self-respecting" conservative or republican that does not yearn for a safer US.
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#7 Jan 6, 2013
Has anyone heard that starting with the 2014 midterm elections that our party will start endorsing Gay Marriage initiatives?
Stop it

Charlotte, NC

#8 Jan 7, 2013
That will never happen.
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#9 Feb 10, 2013
It already is....newt and rush have already agreed to support the measure. Newt was convinced by his wife to add it to his speeches and rush has promised to work in support in his show once the party affiliates has sanctioned the cause. All is in an effort to build support for the party.
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#10 Feb 10, 2013
Rush also agreed to support gun legislation if it can be held off for Christy of NJ to be the nominee and make it a Republican bill, that is to remind people that Reagan is the one that passed gun control who we all loved. They are moving to the middle to get our man from NJ elected. One party guy said that they will gain more voters than they will lose, cause die hards will not vote forth others in the booth.
junior

Charlotte, NC

#11 Feb 10, 2013
Keith F wrote:
Rush also agreed to support gun legislation if it can be held off for Christy of NJ to be the nominee and make it a Republican bill, that is to remind people that Reagan is the one that passed gun control who we all loved. They are moving to the middle to get our man from NJ elected. One party guy said that they will gain more voters than they will lose, cause die hards will not vote forth others in the booth.
Reagan was Bush Turd Sr.'s puppet.President Reagan was a mere puppet of a clandestine regime which is still in power.Enjoy the rest of your life.
Patsy

Charlotte, NC

#12 Feb 14, 2013
this list of names are not all, these are the names of very prominent National Republicans supporting Gay Marriage and working to change the GOP into supporting legalization. There is a VP, governors, senators, congressmen, mayor of major cities who have declared their supports. These are current or past office holders, the list goes on with everyone else. Never say never.....

Dick Cheney[39](R) Former VP
William Weld[85](R–Massachusetts)(1991 –1997)
Christine Todd Whitman[85](R–New Jersey)(1994–2001)
Dan Evans[63](R–Washington)(1965–1 977)
Gary Johnson[67](R–New Mexico)(1995–2003)
Thomas Kean[57](R–New Jersey)(1982–1990)
Phillip Scott[92](R–Vermont)(2011–pres ent)
Joy Corning[96](R–Iowa)(1991–1999)
Lincoln Chafee[43](R–Rhode Island)

Dan Evans[63](R–Washington)
Chuck Hagel[137](R–Nebraska)
Lowell P. Weicker, Jr.[84](R–Connecticut)
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen[225](R–Florida
Wayne Gilchrest[260](R–Maryland)
Tom Campbell[251](R–California)
Jim Kolbe[270](R–Arizona)
Chris Shays[279](R–Connecticut)
Lowell P. Weicker, Jr.[84](R–Connecticut)
Scott Avedisian[116](R–Warwick, Rhode Island)
Judith Flanagan Kennedy[116](R–Lynn, Massachusetts)
Suzette Cooke[116](R–Kent, Washington)
I Love Obama

Charlotte, NC

#13 Feb 15, 2013
He's such a great President!
Stephen

Charlotte, NC

#14 Feb 15, 2013
Keith F wrote:
Has anyone heard that starting with the 2014 midterm elections that our party will start endorsing Gay Marriage initiatives?
Hey precious!
Keith F

Charlotte, NC

#15 Mar 16, 2013
So, you folks didn't believe me when I told you what was going on in the GOP. Now you see mainline Republicans "coming out". Senator Porterman of Ohio now thinks that there is no immorality in being gay because his son is. forget that he has stood for morality before his 21 year old came out to him. That means what was sin yesterday is no longer sin because of his family. It is all up for sale folks. all up for sale...so, my question is, were these leaders of the party infiltrated with sin, or is sin the new ticket to win? what out for you kids....
Keaton

Charlotte, NC

#16 Mar 21, 2013
The Republican Party is now the Gay Marriage party. You were warned!It is time for a new political party in America. I think the name should be American Heritage party. The tea baggers failed us, I thought they would turn the party around, but the infiltrators have gone the other direction, so it is time to create the American Heritage Party.
Brother Butch

Charlotte, NC

#17 Mar 22, 2013
REPUBLICANS now support GAY Marriage? Where do you get that from?
Keith

Charlotte, NC

#18 Apr 11, 2013
Brother Butch wrote:
REPUBLICANS now support GAY Marriage? Where do you get that from?
Do you not watch the news? They only deny it on Fox News, the other networks run the stories as they happen. Read the list of politicians that someone posted earlier, what part of that do you not get?
monica

Charlotte, NC

#19 Apr 11, 2013
Brother Butch wrote:
REPUBLICANS now support GAY Marriage? Where do you get that from?
did you just fall off the turnip truck? you know Bush took it in the rear from Dick Daisy Cheney.
Butch

Charlotte, NC

#20 Apr 16, 2013
Just as our party freed the slaves from chains in the 1860s, our party will take the closet door off of the hinges for gay Americans.

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