Can Republicans' marriage to hard-rig...

Can Republicans' marriage to hard-right groups be saved?

There are 71 comments on the Yahoo! story from Dec 16, 2013, titled Can Republicans' marriage to hard-right groups be saved?. In it, Yahoo! reports that:

Republican leaders and several hard-right groups are displaying the classic signs of a political divorce, including bitter name-calling and reprisals against one another.

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serfs up

Ormond Beach, FL

#63 Dec 20, 2013
Billy Ringo wrote:
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Saul Alinsky lives !!!!!!!
Be a fence walker - or walk a fence ..........
Saul Alinsky lives!...fencewalkers....prote ct yourselves. This has been seen and recorded in history. Read it. Both secular and religious words. Your adolescent children are being expelled from schools and charged with crimes now for nothing, while bullying is worse then the so called bad times.

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#64 Dec 20, 2013
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text> So Bashir should get his job back? No?
Have you ever seen the hotty wives of these Duck guys?.....What's the deal???.....
Billy Ringo

Forest Hills, NY

#65 Dec 20, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> Saul Alinsky lives!...fencewalkers....prote ct yourselves. This has been seen and recorded in history. Read it. Both secular and religious words. Your adolescent children are being expelled from schools and charged with crimes now for nothing, while bullying is worse then the so called bad times.
LOL - c'mon, tell us..........

who's your dealer?
kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#66 Dec 20, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> You know, as much as i dislike Palin....i actually agreed(eeks) with her on this Duck Dynasty uproar.....since when does a cable network, suspend someone on a reality show, for their freedom of speech.....I've never even watched the show, but what is happening here, and why aren't more people pissed off?.....Who own's A&E anyway...i smell NBC here....lol.....
If you visit Appalachia, you're going to find some Appalachians.

While I don't care to go duck hunting, I've been known to order duck a l'orange. Who am I to judge?

There's a lot to be said for tolerance.

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#67 Dec 21, 2013
I think there is even more to be said, about individuality and the freedoms that protect it...A&E just found someone devout, and way back in the woods...Who woulda thought?....If i were that family, i would walk....A&E needs them more $$$......
fingiswold

Tifton, GA

#68 Dec 21, 2013
smurfs Butt wrote:
<quoted text> You lie!
Oh I don't think so, Jim! LOL
fingiswold

Tifton, GA

#69 Dec 21, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> Saul Alinsky lives!...fencewalkers....prote ct yourselves. This has been seen and recorded in history. Read it. Both secular and religious words. Your adolescent children are being expelled from schools and charged with crimes now for nothing, while bullying is worse then the so called bad times.
I'm curious - is it liquor, prescription drugs, or cocaine that makes your posts so entertaining?

LOL
Cat74

Downers Grove, IL

#70 Dec 21, 2013
If I ever thought America would not again be as strong as she ever was I don't question it tonight. Went to a Christmas party where there were about 18 - 20 college age people there, they talked about the military, (a couple are home on leave from Marines) and college, and jobs, and they all vote. Even the Democrats were polite if they disagreed about something, but mostly they had one thing in common. They love America, and they will not be signing up for health care under the Government plan. They have logical reasons. Some are already working where healthcare is supplied, and some say they are too healthy to need insurance at this time. They also said they are Americans, and cannot be forced to pay for other people's healthcare while they sit around doing nothing to help themselves. I was amazed at how they laid out their reasons for not being involved in other peoples business. One even laid out how if 37 States refused Obamacare they could repeal it without going to the Supreme Court. They knew what they wanted, and knew how to get it..
Tea Party Supporter

Huntsville, AL

#71 Dec 23, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
If I ever thought America would not again be as strong as she ever was I don't question it tonight. Went to a Christmas party where there were about 18 - 20 college age people there, they talked about the military,(a couple are home on leave from Marines) and college, and jobs, and they all vote. Even the Democrats were polite if they disagreed about something, but mostly they had one thing in common. They love America, and they will not be signing up for health care under the Government plan. They have logical reasons. Some are already working where healthcare is supplied, and some say they are too healthy to need insurance at this time. They also said they are Americans, and cannot be forced to pay for other people's healthcare while they sit around doing nothing to help themselves. I was amazed at how they laid out their reasons for not being involved in other peoples business. One even laid out how if 37 States refused Obamacare they could repeal it without going to the Supreme Court. They knew what they wanted, and knew how to get it..
Tell me who the hell do you think pays for ER visits when the uninsured skips out on the bill? That visit isnt free,somebody pays for that its been like that for years.
Cat74

Aurora, IL

#72 Dec 23, 2013
I would rather they had to go the the E R then give them Obamacare, and pay all the hidden taxes built in to the redistribution of wealth scam. It is cheaper in the long run, and we only pay once. Personally I think the lazy, worthless scammers will be looking for jobs within the next 10 years. As more, and more taxpayers run for office they will make it necessary to put the scammers to work.
Tea Party Supporter

Huntsville, AL

#73 Dec 23, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
I would rather they had to go the the E R then give them Obamacare, and pay all the hidden taxes built in to the redistribution of wealth scam. It is cheaper in the long run, and we only pay once. Personally I think the lazy, worthless scammers will be looking for jobs within the next 10 years. As more, and more taxpayers run for office they will make it necessary to put the scammers to work.
No you dont pay it once. You pay it everytime somebody skips out on the bill which adds up to billions of dollars. So its not cheaper. The Er is for emergency,s not paper cuts,but without insurance a doctor can refuse treatmeant so people run right to the ER an rack up bills an never pay,so WE end up paying $1.000 for somebodys paper cut.Lets say you get into a horrible accident an need to be seen fast to save your life but the ER is full of cold an flu patients your stuck in a hallway for hours untill a room comes up.An You are so agianst the poor lazy Mc Donald worker who works for $7.25,tell your friends in the GOP to raise the mim wage to $15.00 a hr then half of them wont even qualify for programs.

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