'Tea party' crowd boos Cornyn

Hundreds of people holding signs denouncing big government, taxes and illegal immigration gathered on the lawn of the Texas Capitol on Saturday, booing a U.S. senator and cheering multiple jabs at actions in Washington. Full Story
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Requiter2008

Williamson, WV

#307 Nov 19, 2009
Mac-7 wrote:
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I don't agree that Bush destroyed the nation.
The Iraq war was ill-advised but otherwise Bush made some very sound decisions on global warming, taxes and the overall war on terror.
He also made some very bad decisions such as trying to grant amnesty to 20 million illegal aliens.
But Obama is rejecting the good things that Bush did and accepting all of Bush's bad policies.
With Obama it's a lose-lose situation.
He's an idiot.
LMAO...you praise bush in this post and blame President Obama in the previous post for inheriting bush's economy! You truly have no clue.

“Did U plug the damn hole yet?”

Since: Jan 08

Rowlett, TX

#308 Nov 20, 2009
Requiter2008 wrote:
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LMAO...you praise bush in this post and blame President Obama in the previous post for inheriting bush's economy! You truly have no clue.
I just give credit where credit is due.

Bush gets some credit while Obama has earned none so far.
John Q Public

AOL

#309 Nov 20, 2009
Blinded by your own ignorance.
Mac-7 wrote:
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I just give credit where credit is due.
Bush gets some credit while Obama has earned none so far.

“Did U plug the damn hole yet?”

Since: Jan 08

Rowlett, TX

#310 Nov 20, 2009
John Q Public wrote:
Blinded by your own ignorance.<quoted text>
A majority of the voters may have agreed with you last November.

But now they've had a year to see what Obama is all about and now I think more than half agree with me.

It's just too bad they didn't wake up sooner.
John Q Public

AOL

#311 Nov 21, 2009
SURE! Bush gets credit for napping while the US and world economic system self distructs and wakes up with us on the precipite of a great depression caused by the now fulled demeaned reaganomics. Give him a lot of CREDIT for that. And acknowledge that Obama, the first black president, managed to cold-cock the depression with quick action in the TARP loans and the stymulus bills. We're still in a recession. But 10% unemployed is a whole lot better that an estimated 30%, or more. Like I already said, blinded by you own ignorance.

As to what people may think, that vacillates and migrates up and down. Your alleged majority is not real, except on FOX none-news and opinion only channel.
Mac-7 wrote:
<quoted text>
A majority of the voters may have agreed with you last November.
But now they've had a year to see what Obama is all about and now I think more than half agree with me.
It's just too bad they didn't wake up sooner.

“Did U plug the damn hole yet?”

Since: Jan 08

Rowlett, TX

#312 Nov 21, 2009
John Q Public wrote:
SURE! Bush gets credit for napping while the US and world economic system self distructs and wakes up with us on the precipite of a great depression caused by the now fulled demeaned reaganomics. Give him a lot of CREDIT for that. And acknowledge that Obama, the first black president, managed to cold-cock the depression with quick action in the TARP loans and the stymulus bills. We're still in a recession. But 10% unemployed is a whole lot better that an estimated 30%, or more. Like I already said, blinded by you own ignorance.
As to what people may think, that vacillates and migrates up and down. Your alleged majority is not real, except on FOX none-news and opinion only channel.<quoted text>
Bush gets the blame for whatever happened on his watch.

Now Bush is gone and it's Obama's turn to take all the heat for the economy during his adminstration.

If Obama just wanted to tour the world and play golf without getting any criticism for his ineptness he should have stayed in the Senate.

It is Obama's stupid economic policies that is dragging the recession out longer than it needs to be and the voters are going to punish the Dems for it in the next two elections.
John Q Public

AOL

#313 Nov 21, 2009
What-ev-ER!
Mac-7 wrote:
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Bush gets the blame for whatever happened on his watch.
Now Bush is gone and it's Obama's turn to take all the heat for the economy during his adminstration.
If Obama just wanted to tour the world and play golf without getting any criticism for his ineptness he should have stayed in the Senate.
It is Obama's stupid economic policies that is dragging the recession out longer than it needs to be and the voters are going to punish the Dems for it in the next two elections.
john_bell

La Porte, TX

#314 May 12, 2010
As a fellow Texan I want to say that Rep. Senator John Cornyn is a fine decent hardworking Senator who constantly who consistantly keeps the best interests of all of his fellow Texans on his agenda and I am proud of him knowing I can go to sleep at night knowing there is one fella in Wash. looking out for us here in Texas. Sorry for the ones in other States that cannot brag on your Senators especially you Democrats.

“Bundy was a young Republican..”

Since: Apr 10

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#315 May 12, 2010
john_bell wrote:
As a fellow Texan I want to say that Rep. Senator John Cornyn is a fine decent hardworking Senator who constantly who consistantly keeps the best interests of all of his fellow Texans on his agenda and I am proud of him knowing I can go to sleep at night knowing there is one fella in Wash. looking out for us here in Texas. Sorry for the ones in other States that cannot brag on your Senators especially you Democrats.
Senator John Cornyn is a rat. He ignored his constituents about the criminal in Crawford. He just scurries onto the boat like the rest of the rats.
john_bell

La Porte, TX

#316 May 12, 2010
Thank you John Cornyn for when the rest of the country hit that severe recession that Texas was largely spared,[even the housing industry]I know I kept my job and so you cannot argue with success and you have my vote and thank you God for George W. who after 911 implimentad laws , rules and regs to keep terrorists off of us and you undoubtly saved numerous American lives...[something lost to the liberals ! oh well can't please everybody !]With the exception of Ronald Reagan, Texas has produced the very best of the politicians in America, I again I will thank God for that !{Oh my God am I being politically incorrect for that statement...oh well no apology for that !
AZTECONE 74

Compton, CA

#318 May 19, 2010
Rico from East Los wrote:
Another white corrupt politician bringing down America.
Corrupt politicians come in all colors, amigo. You need to swallow that brown pride and look past color. A chicano politician will sell you out in a heartbeat just as easily as a white or black politician.
TXTCHR

El Paso, TX

#319 May 19, 2010
Jose wrote:
The Democrats are on our side. Gringos need to welcome us as their new fellow Americans!
Jose,
what we need to do is send all of the illegals butts packing, We need to toughen our immigration laws like Mexico and throw your butts in prision make you pay for your up keep and when your time is served put you on the first greyhound out of town.
Us Gringos are tired of the 3rd world mentality you want to live in. IF Mexico is that great ,please be our guest and go home! We have enough issues with our country without the "beaners" ( same terminalogy you used for us) trashing our country, stealing from the government( by lying about where Pedro is, I no see him, so I need free housing, free food, free medical,,blah blah) and Pedro is sitting in the free housing we GRINGOS pay for, and enjoying a life long vacation. This country is tired of supporting illegals who give nothing back...tides are a changing...
American

Irvine, CA

#320 May 19, 2010
AZTECONE 74 wrote:
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Corrupt politicians come in all colors, amigo. You need to swallow that brown pride and look past color. A chicano politician will sell you out in a heartbeat just as easily as a white or black politician.
REPORT and DEPORT!
Real Deal 2012

League City, TX

#321 Aug 10, 2010
Party bickering plays into the hands of politicians. As long as we think we have to align ourselves with parties, politicians will continue eating steak diners together and High 5ing each other in D.C. while laughing at our false sense of value. They just trade off every few years. I understand though, it's really rare to find a politician with fudiciary(?) concern. I'm not real sure what to do, but something has to happen. BTW, I've been a republican my entire life.

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