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#1 Feb 7, 2013
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...

When a person amasses too much power, they often believe they are indestructible.

What Karl Rove and company did last week in the New York Times, claiming that their new “Conservative Victory Project” would cure the ills of a disappointing campaign cycle, is laughable. The so-called “Conservative Victory Project” is nothing more than an attempt by establishment Republicans to cull the conservative movement. Why does Rove think he has a monopoly on wanting to win?

Since: Sep 09

East Stroudsburg, PA

#2 Feb 7, 2013
AunieEm2 wrote:
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-G overnment/2013/02/06/The-Civil -War-Has-Begun
When a person amasses too much power, they often believe they are indestructible.
What Karl Rove and company did last week in the New York Times, claiming that their new “Conservative Victory Project” would cure the ills of a disappointing campaign cycle, is laughable. The so-called “Conservative Victory Project” is nothing more than an attempt by establishment Republicans to cull the conservative movement. Why does Rove think he has a monopoly on wanting to win?
Rove is one of those 'neocons' otherwise known as a LIBERAL(ok far right wing) who objects that there are still some old time conservatives in politics(from both parties).

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#3 Feb 7, 2013
Cabin wrote:
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Rove is one of those 'neocons' otherwise known as a LIBERAL(ok far right wing) who objects that there are still some old time conservatives in politics(from both parties).
So was George Bush. I really did not like Bush.

Since: Sep 09

East Stroudsburg, PA

#4 Feb 7, 2013
AunieEm2 wrote:
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So was George Bush. I really did not like Bush.
I know. Obama is no different, just the party name has been changed.

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#5 Feb 7, 2013
Cabin wrote:
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I know. Obama is no different, just the party name has been changed.
I registered as a Repubkican only to be able to vote in the primary. Both parties are just putting on a sideshow while they rob us blind. Until we find a way to stop them from lining their pockets at our expense, there is no hope.

Since: Sep 09

East Stroudsburg, PA

#6 Feb 7, 2013
AunieEm2 wrote:
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I registered as a Repubkican only to be able to vote in the primary. Both parties are just putting on a sideshow while they rob us blind. Until we find a way to stop them from lining their pockets at our expense, there is no hope.
I just flipped a coin when I registered. It can be argued if the republicans won or lost the toss.

There are no parties for conservatives any more but I still vote in the primaries.
LeftWingLiberal

Nanticoke, PA

#7 Feb 7, 2013
AunieEm2 wrote:
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So was George Bush. I really did not like Bush.
OMG! We agree!

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#8 Feb 8, 2013
LeftWingLiberal wrote:
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OMG! We agree!
Don't worry, its just a fluke. Can we still say fluke?
LeftWingLiberal

Nanticoke, PA

#9 Feb 8, 2013
That's a little fishy.
loose stool

Milford, PA

#11 Feb 8, 2013
LeftWingLiberal wrote:
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OMG! We agree!
THIS is the crux of the disagreement with you. Having a healthy disrespect of those in power is very American and leveling scathing ridicule is historical in this country. You on the other hand have this fawning love affair with Obama, for what reason no one can fathom except for a peculiar reverse racism.
When legitimate concerns and protests are leveled at Obama you evaporate only to wait out the storm and return with the same, really the SAME 5 posts. Bush is ancient history as is Romney. You are boring.

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#12 Feb 8, 2013
LeftWingLiberal wrote:
That's a little fishy.
What's that?? A sense of humor??? Amazing.

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#13 Feb 8, 2013
LeftWingLiberal wrote:
That's a little fishy.
I'm sure it is.
LeftWingLiberal

Nanticoke, PA

#14 Feb 8, 2013
loose stool wrote:
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THIS is the crux of the disagreement with you. Having a healthy disrespect of those in power is very American and leveling scathing ridicule is historical in this country. You on the other hand have this fawning love affair with Obama, for what reason no one can fathom except for a peculiar reverse racism. When legitimate concerns and protests are leveled at Obama you evaporate only to wait out the storm and return with the same, really the SAME 5 posts. Bush is ancient history as is Romney. You are boring.
Really, who the h*ll cares what lunatics like you think? You take yourself way too seriously for a zero. Bush isn't ancient history because the effects of his screw ups are still being felt. And Romney was never a serious candidate. He was really a bad joke. A corporate raider for President? Only the GOP would propose such a candidate.
LeftWingLiberal

Nanticoke, PA

#15 Feb 8, 2013
If you had half a brain you'd be cheering Obama on because he's an advocate for YOU. Romney was NOT for for your interests. The GOP and corporate America hates you. When are you going to get it? Probably never I guess.

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#16 Feb 8, 2013
Someone is seriously unstable as far as Mr. Obama goes. Why would anyone think a celebrity or a politician would care about them? Making people believe the lies is their profession. Its how they earn their living.Its a very lucrative job.

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#17 Feb 8, 2013
My interests are few. I want to be left alone. I want my privacy when I want it. I want to decide my own values. I want my children and grandchildren to be honest and good citizens. I want to be able to speak whats on my mind without being attacked by an internet sniper or a drone. I don't think Mr. Obama likes me.
loose stool

Milford, PA

#18 Feb 8, 2013
LeftWingLiberal wrote:
If you had half a brain you'd be cheering Obama
I can't disagree.

Since: Dec 09

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#19 Feb 8, 2013
loose stool wrote:
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I can't disagree.
Tomato soup out the nose alert. Thanks loose.

:)
Willoughby2

Stroudsburg, PA

#21 Feb 9, 2013
lotta wrote:
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Bwahaha Lightweight, that's brilliant!!! Dale Carnegie has nothing over you and WillyNilly2, lol. It's no wonder you two love Obama. He's probably the only friend you've got!
At least when I post I don't use the word lightweight over, and over again. The truth of the matter is President Obama is not far left but moderate and you can't stand the fact that is is doing a good job. Loosen up that tin hat, it's affecting your thoughts! President Obama won the election twice, That should tell you something. We all can't be takers!!
Shirley

East Stroudsburg, PA

#22 Feb 9, 2013
lotta wrote:
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Bwahaha Lightweight, that's brilliant!!! Dale Carnegie has nothing over you and WillyNilly2, lol. It's no wonder you two love Obama. He's probably the only friend you've got!
Gettin to be quite the bully lately,arent you? LIghtweight seems to be stuck in your mouth,pretty bad when you don't agree with someone you have to start namecalling.Lightenup.

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