concerned in muhlenberg

Beaver Dam, KY

#1 Nov 18, 2012
Stop the press, late breaking news just released. conservative columist Charlotte Allen has endorsed Sarah Palin for the 2016 GOP nomination in today's Los Angeles Times newspaper. I guess the next endorsements will be for Donald Trump, and Russ Limbaugh. I'm sure Fox news is all excited about this endorsement of their hero Sarah Palin. The republican party is quickly becoming the laughing stock of the entire world.
concerned in muhlenberg

Beaver Dam, KY

#2 Nov 18, 2012
Let's get this straight, Sarah and McCain both get their asses kicked by President Obama in 2008, Sarah goes back home to Alaska where she can see Russia from her front door, Quit her elected job as gov. of alaska after serving just 2 years, because she said she can be a comedian speaker for the republican party and these dumb-asses would actually pay her millions to speak. Then she get an endorsement to run as a republican presidential candidate in 2016. Let's not forget to include her famous endorsement of the great Romney, who all republicans want to totally forget. Wow!! and really this is about as good as the republicans can come up with. You go for it Sarah!

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#3 Nov 19, 2012
concerned in muhlenberg wrote:
Stop the press, late breaking news just released. conservative columist Charlotte Allen has endorsed Sarah Palin for the 2016 GOP nomination in today's Los Angeles Times newspaper. I guess the next endorsements will be for Donald Trump, and Russ Limbaugh. I'm sure Fox news is all excited about this endorsement of their hero Sarah Palin. The republican party is quickly becoming the laughing stock of the entire world.
The Republican party is going to have to be more like the Dems in 2016. Promise free stuff to everyone, have a non white candidate so the racist blacks and latinos will vote Rep, and support gay marriage and abortion like the Dems and CIM do. Then they will be on the right track...or is that the left track.
concerned in muhlenberg

Beaver Dam, KY

#4 Nov 19, 2012
Well- wrote:
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The Republican party is going to have to be more like the Dems in 2016. Promise free stuff to everyone, have a non white candidate so the racist blacks and latinos will vote Rep, and support gay marriage and abortion like the Dems and CIM do. Then they will be on the right track...or is that the left track.
No, all they have to do is realize there are more people that votes than their rich buddies and grumpy old white men. They need to stop the constant sucking up to the rich.

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#5 Nov 19, 2012
concerned in muhlenberg wrote:
<quoted text>No, all they have to do is realize there are more people that votes than their rich buddies and grumpy old white men. They need to stop the constant sucking up to the rich.
That's what I said.
concerned in muhlenberg

Beaver Dam, KY

#6 Nov 19, 2012
Well- wrote:
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The Republican party is going to have to be more like the Dems in 2016. Promise free stuff to everyone, have a non white candidate so the racist blacks and latinos will vote Rep, and support gay marriage and abortion like the Dems and CIM do. Then they will be on the right track...or is that the left track.
It's time for the right wing conservatives realize that america will not let them push their beliefs of right and wrong on all american citizens. Religion is a right we have to worship our god or gods. I don't want any political figure mixing politics and god. I truly believe in God and I pray daily, but it's a personal choice between myself and God. I personally don't think that God wants an innocent girl or woman to be raped and then be forced to concieve this sprem from the rapist. Republican Murdock feels this rape was God's will and he has that right, just like I have a right to cast my vote. Murdock, was one republican senator that romney endorsed.

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#7 Nov 19, 2012
concerned in muhlenberg wrote:
<quoted text>It's time for the right wing conservatives realize that america will not let them push their beliefs of right and wrong on all american citizens. Religion is a right we have to worship our god or gods. I don't want any political figure mixing politics and god. I truly believe in God and I pray daily, but it's a personal choice between myself and God. I personally don't think that God wants an innocent girl or woman to be raped and then be forced to concieve this sprem from the rapist. Republican Murdock feels this rape was God's will and he has that right, just like I have a right to cast my vote. Murdock, was one republican senator that romney endorsed.
Don't deflect, your party's stance is that abortion is ok in every instance and homosexuals should be allowed to marry which is in direct violation w/ God's Word. The man you voted for believes these things as well and you support him. Mitt Romney endorsed Murdock but after Murdock's comments Romney said he disagreed with Murdock. After knowing Barry's stance, you continue to support him. So as bad as Romney is, how much worse does that make you?
concerned in muhlenberg

Beaver Dam, KY

#8 Nov 20, 2012
Well- wrote:
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Don't deflect, your party's stance is that abortion is ok in every instance and homosexuals should be allowed to marry which is in direct violation w/ God's Word. The man you voted for believes these things as well and you support him. Mitt Romney endorsed Murdock but after Murdock's comments Romney said he disagreed with Murdock. After knowing Barry's stance, you continue to support him. So as bad as Romney is, how much worse does that make you?
Romney continued to let his support for murdock to be aired all over indiana. How about the republican senate candidate from missouri and his famous right wing conservative comments on rape? You remember "If a woman is raped and if it's a legitmate rape, her body is made by God to shut down and this will prevent her from becoming pregant." Now these are words coming out of right wing conservatives mouths that are running for senate seats that will lead our nation. Then the republican right wing fox news station goes to lenghts in order to defend these creeps. Now, the republican are scratching their heads and saying, where did we go wrong. Now they say it's not us, it because the democrats wants to give everyone gifts. I hope the republicans holds on to this logic and continue to blame everyone but themselves, we'll sweep again in 2 years. By by Mitch McConnell.

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#9 Nov 20, 2012
concerned in muhlenberg wrote:
<quoted text>Romney continued to let his support for murdock to be aired all over indiana. How about the republican senate candidate from missouri and his famous right wing conservative comments on rape? You remember "If a woman is raped and if it's a legitmate rape, her body is made by God to shut down and this will prevent her from becoming pregant." Now these are words coming out of right wing conservatives mouths that are running for senate seats that will lead our nation. Then the republican right wing fox news station goes to lenghts in order to defend these creeps. Now, the republican are scratching their heads and saying, where did we go wrong. Now they say it's not us, it because the democrats wants to give everyone gifts. I hope the republicans holds on to this logic and continue to blame everyone but themselves, we'll sweep again in 2 years. By by Mitch McConnell.
Akin was denounced by all of the Republicans for his comments. Fox News denounced Todd Akin, even the liberal Huffington Post reported that as you can read in the link below. So stop with the usual lies you try to tell.
Barry didn't win because of his economic record. So yes it was the things I listed.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/21/todd...
concerned in muhlenberg

Beaver Dam, KY

#10 Nov 20, 2012
Well- wrote:
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Akin was denounced by all of the Republicans for his comments. Fox News denounced Todd Akin, even the liberal Huffington Post reported that as you can read in the link below. So stop with the usual lies you try to tell.
Barry didn't win because of his economic record. So yes it was the things I listed.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/21/todd...
Trying to explain what a candidate mean by his words is not one that is being denounced. Hell no fox news tried their best to sugar coat Akins words as well as murdocks. 4 days before the election Republican senator rand paul was all over missouri campaigning for Aikens, the very day of the election romney was still posting t.v. ads for murdock. Look it up dumbass, and be better informed. You are the liar here.
polly

Henderson, KY

#11 Nov 20, 2012
I's vote her into my bed.............

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