Cruz creates bigger divide in GOP party.

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“Bee Hive Jive”

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Jan 13, 2014
 
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/13/ted-...

Uh oh!
Instead of striving for unity in the party, he has divided it further.....
Thoughts?

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Jan 14, 2014
 
The GOP is locked in a battle between the populist base and the sellouts of the Wall Street wing.
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Jan 14, 2014
 

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It's a shame that the racist GOP party is divided....you've got the anti-blacks vs. the anti-gays and not much of anything else to curry any favor. GOP demise is imminent...
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Jan 14, 2014
 
Somebody to Moonshine wrote:
It's a shame that the racist GOP party is divided....you've got the anti-blacks vs. the anti-gays and not much of anything else to curry any favor. GOP demise is imminent...
Not true, Blacks have fewer jobs under Democrats who take them completely for granted due to their blind loyalty, co-dependency and victim cult mentality. Obama has done far, far more for gays than Blacks who are worse off than ever under Black Rule just like what happened in Somalia after the Italians left, Haiti after the French left, Uganda after the British left or Rhodesia / renamed Zimbabwe under Black Rule. Without White benevolent rule Blacks face disaster in chaos, murder, fetal alcohol syndrome and all manner of sociological pathologies.
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Jan 14, 2014
 
Somebody to Moonshine wrote:
It's a shame that the racist GOP party is divided....you've got the anti-blacks vs. the anti-gays and not much of anything else to curry any favor. GOP demise is imminent...
Dream on.

What you have is a base that hates the people running the Republican party and vice versa. Like the deal today to extend the sequester one year to "pay" for unemployment benefits.

I'm for extending unemployment. We effectively have 11% unemployment out there and the government caused this misery.

Nevertheless, the cost of extending unemployment is $6.5 billion. You simply cannot tell me that they can't find $6.5 billion out of a Trillion dollar budget.

If ever there was a time for a balanced budget amendment, the time is now.

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Jan 14, 2014
 
BizzyBee wrote:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ 2014/01/13/ted-cruz-paul-telle r_n_4589217.html
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Instead of striving for unity in the party, he has divided it further.....
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We need more division. In both parties.

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Jan 14, 2014
 
TonyD2 wrote:
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We need more division. In both parties.
Really?
Don't you think separation within a party creates decension and nothing gets accomplished?
More was accomplished when it was bi-partisan, don't you think?
All they do is waste tax dollars and no agreement can be reached....voting a gazillion times on the same bill?
Unity is the key to prosperity for this country.
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Jan 14, 2014
 
-The-Artist- wrote:
The GOP is locked in a battle between the populist base and the sellouts of the Wall Street wing.
The Wall Street wing is the base of the GOP.

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Jan 14, 2014
 
Somebody to Moonshine wrote:
It's a shame that the racist GOP party is divided....you've got the anti-blacks vs. the anti-gays and not much of anything else to curry any favor. GOP demise is imminent...
That explains the US House, the 30 governor's offices and the 31 state legislatures the GOP holds...

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Jan 14, 2014
 
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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The Wall Street wing is the base of the GOP.
No, they're the ones who get all the ink. If anything, the Democrat Party base is the Wall St crew...one look at the top end of the list of millionaires in the House and Senate along with their corporate CEO donors tells the story.
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Jan 14, 2014
 
We need to go back to a more than one party rule. At the federal level we have one party.
State levels and lower, the Rs and Ds are separate but in DC they are one party.
DP is definitely Wall Street as much or more than Repubs.
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Jan 14, 2014
 
dunadd wrote:
We need to go back to a more than one party rule. At the federal level we have one party.
State levels and lower, the Rs and Ds are separate but in DC they are one party.
DP is definitely Wall Street as much or more than Repubs.
Yeah. That's why there is so much gridlock in Washington. Because they are all one party.

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Jan 14, 2014
 
BizzyBee wrote:
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Really?
Don't you think separation within a party creates decension and nothing gets accomplished?
When doing "something" ends up badly so often, some "nothing" can often be seen as a sort of "breather".
More was accomplished when it was bi-partisan, don't you think?
There are more than 2 views on how the government should be run. With only 2 platforms, we are often left with the choice of the "least bad" rather than what's really good for the country.
All they do is waste tax dollars and no agreement can be reached....voting a gazillion times on the same bill?
They are paid the same, whether they pass anything or not.
Unity is the key to prosperity for this country.
There are things on the D side that I vehemently disagree with, as well as on the R side. As long as the 2 parties remain "unified" people like me (who I think are probably the majority) are never going to see the country the way we think it should be. We're going to be jostled back and forth between the extreme views of whichever party ekes out a victory this time or that. None of those people understand moderation, and they think "compromise" is what the other guy won't do because he disagrees with them.
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Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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Yeah. That's why there is so much gridlock in Washington. Because they are all one party.
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TonyD2 wrote:
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When doing "something" ends up badly so often, some "nothing" can often be seen as a sort of "breather".
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There are more than 2 views on how the government should be run. With only 2 platforms, we are often left with the choice of the "least bad" rather than what's really good for the country.
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They are paid the same, whether they pass anything or not.
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There are things on the D side that I vehemently disagree with, as well as on the R side. As long as the 2 parties remain "unified" people like me (who I think are probably the majority) are never going to see the country the way we think it should be. We're going to be jostled back and forth between the extreme views of whichever party ekes out a victory this time or that. None of those people understand moderation, and they think "compromise" is what the other guy won't do because he disagrees with them.
Me too!
Some things are good and bad on both sides!
So far, I don't see anyone I would vote for in 2016. Now isn't that pathetic?
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Jan 14, 2014
 
Your federal jerks in DC have to keep up the appearance of a two party system to fool the idiots who don't know any better and still believe trash hole on the potomac is really a two party system looking out for the folk.
Certainly have a lot of you fooled!!!
Their socalled gridlock is to fool you who are easily fooled!
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Jan 15, 2014
 
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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The Wall Street wing is the base of the GOP.
according to a moron like you.

you can't perform simple math, but think you know everything.

people like you make my life easier......I walk over idiots like you, and move forward so far and fast in front of you that binoculars won't allow you to see me.

continue on moron.
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Jan 15, 2014
 
BizzyBee wrote:
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Me too!
Some things are good and bad on both sides!
So far, I don't see anyone I would vote for in 2016. Now isn't that pathetic?
no...not by my view.

I took different action than having my vote canceled by the leach class.

Yes I am being selfish.....so sue me. With lawyers like Che & Duke as the normal...I have yet lose a case.

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Jan 15, 2014
 
Oliver Canterberry wrote:
<quoted text>Not true, Blacks have fewer jobs under Democrats who take them completely for granted due to their blind loyalty, co-dependency and victim cult mentality. Obama has done far, far more for gays than Blacks who are worse off than ever under Black Rule just like what happened in Somalia after the Italians left, Haiti after the French left, Uganda after the British left or Rhodesia / renamed Zimbabwe under Black Rule. Without White benevolent rule Blacks face disaster in chaos, murder, fetal alcohol syndrome and all manner of sociological pathologies.
Conjecture filled babble.
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Jan 15, 2014
 
Reality Speaks wrote:
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according to a moron like you.
you can't perform simple math, but think you know everything.
people like you make my life easier......I walk over idiots like you, and move forward so far and fast in front of you that binoculars won't allow you to see me.
continue on moron.
You make $1000 per year and brag about it. It's cute.

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