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Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#25841 Oct 1, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Sure I can Dave,
try this on for size...
You blame the MSM for distorting the message of Cruz and Rubio, yet if that message was so popular and persausive then last election, or the one before that, should have been a tidal wave for Tea Party Conservative Libertarians, but it wasn't.
You blame the IRS for preventing the message from getting out, yet if that message were more inportnat than the anonymity of their donors these groups would find the way to get the message out, besides at some point if the message is worth spit people we carry it forward regardless of IRS charity status.
As I said at the start, you blame everyone else for the failures of the Conservative Libertarian message when in fact if the message were worth while it would carry itself. People would suport it regardless of tax deductible status, people would carry it without pay or obligation, people would want to share it with their friends and neighbors.
But that's not happening, is it.
Nope, instead, your a minority in a minority party, wondering why more folks don't see things your way..
Your points are totally invalid. If you wanted to start and build a political organization, you could go to the street corner to raise money.
But every time you did the would police arrest you. They would confiscate what little money that you had collected and then fine you. You couldn't raise money that way. Newspapers and other media outlets would not allow you to run ads. The news media would put stories on tv about how many times you had been arrested and what a no good racist you are. It would soon be impossible to gain support. Propaganda and government strong arm tactics almost always win and you know it. Prime example. The Tea Party.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#25842 Oct 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
The Republican party has voted to repeal Obamacare 41 times.(is that the latest number?).
Now they've shut down the government over the issue - when their job is to pay our bills and keep the government operating.
While the GOP continues to serve their masters and their misguided and uneducated followers - America suffers. Again -
How long will we put up with this Tea-Party nonsense? America has just about had enough of these clowns.
Those Teas Party clowns were put there to say no to the Socialist Democratic Party. That is what their constituents wanted as they voted them in for that reason. Unlike most of the other lawmakers they realize that their job is to serve, not dictate to the people.
just sayin

Cleveland, GA

#25844 Oct 1, 2013

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#25845 Oct 1, 2013
a shame wrote:
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Logical!??!?!?!? Coming from you, gimme a break. This is what is logical and makes sense, shutting down government again?? What makes sense was for the Republicans in congress to ignore the idiot fringe of the party and work a deal, give a little take a little. They have no interest, they are trying to assure their individual place in Congress in the next cycle, or they are plain stupid. They have tried to kill the health care bill with no success and no real expectation of success. They rant on the floor of the House for 22 hours, just to get TV time, NO other reason.
All they have done is insure another Democrat elected President. Remember the last time Republican's pulled such a stupid stunt. They had Clinton on the ropes and very fearful of defeat in the next election. But due to the tremendous blunder by Republicans he won again. And again they make the same mistake assuring whoever runs on the Dem side a victory. History repeats itself and you and yours are to blame both times.
Don't you feel proud, insuring your own defeat. Its the 2nd
stupidest thing the Republicans have done in recent memory. Hilary thanks you, you know she will run now!! I actually was hoping for a sane outcome, I am ready for another try at a Republican President you people just can't get it together, a shame.
It is the Democrats that are ignoring the will of the people. The majority of the people in this country do not want Obamacare. The Republicans voted against it as it was a bad bill and still is. Since most of the people are against Obamcare and the Republicans are against Obamacare, then the Bill should be stopped, repealed, burned and remembered as what never to do again.
It is Democrats that are scared, saying that this insures another Democratic administration in the next election.. If they really thought that, they would keep their mouths shut knowing that Republicans fighting this bill would get the Democrats reelected.
Pure reverse psychology to scare Republican voters and the Republican lawmakers to throw up a white flag giving Democrats another victory.
After watching the news, it seems that the Republicans are weakening and will get nothing as they are beginning to look again like they are just gutless monkeys putting on an act at the zoo. Their demands keep changing, becoming weaker and weaker, and the Democrats keep sticking together almost knowing the Republicans will cave as the usually do.

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Blairsville, GA

#25846 Oct 1, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Your points are totally invalid. If you wanted to start and build a political organization, you could go to the street corner to raise money.
But every time you did the would police arrest you. They would confiscate what little money that you had collected and then fine you. You couldn't raise money that way. Newspapers and other media outlets would not allow you to run ads. The news media would put stories on tv about how many times you had been arrested and what a no good racist you are. It would soon be impossible to gain support. Propaganda and government strong arm tactics almost always win and you know it. Prime example. The Tea Party.
You blame everyone and everything but the source of the problem, like I said before, all I need to do is read the posts in this forum to learn how conservative libertarians think, no surprise you're a minority within a minority.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#25847 Oct 1, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Those Teas Party clowns were put there to say no to the Socialist Democratic Party. That is what their constituents wanted as they voted them in for that reason. Unlike most of the other lawmakers they realize that their job is to serve, not dictate to the people.
How do you know that those other lawmakers aren't serving their constituents. Not every district elected conservative libertarians, in many districts they were defeated in the primaries by other Republicans, which means that the people in those districts elected what they wanted.

Or perhaps you know better than they.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#25848 Oct 1, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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How do you know that those other lawmakers aren't serving their constituents. Not every district elected conservative libertarians, in many districts they were defeated in the primaries by other Republicans, which means that the people in those districts elected what they wanted.
Or perhaps you know better than they.
I don't. There are always people out there looking for a free ride and I am sure they want Obamacare. There are other people that probably believe in the socialistic heath care concept. They want Obamacare. There are some are those that have been fooled by the false promises given about Obamacare. Most of them now see the light of truth and do not want Obamacare.
Some voters are fools and keep putting the same idiots back in office. There are many voters that didn't want Obamacare and look at how many people were voted out of office in 2010. Many of those seats were taken over by the feared Tea Party. I think the voters sent a real message to Congress in 2010. The Democrats got the message.
The Democrats are scared to death this will be repeated in 2014.
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#25849 Oct 1, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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The majority of the people in this country do not want Obamacare.
That is NOT factually correct.

FURTHERMORE - A large part of the minority that want to get rid of ObamaCare are about as bright as a lump of charcoal.
Clyde

Dawsonville, GA

#25850 Oct 1, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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I don't. There are always people out there looking for a free ride and I am sure they want Obamacare. There are other people that probably believe in the socialistic heath care concept. They want Obamacare. There are some are those that have been fooled by the false promises given about Obamacare. Most of them now see the light of truth and do not want Obamacare.
Some voters are fools and keep putting the same idiots back in office. There are many voters that didn't want Obamacare and look at how many people were voted out of office in 2010. Many of those seats were taken over by the feared Tea Party. I think the voters sent a real message to Congress in 2010. The Democrats got the message.
The Democrats are scared to death this will be repeated in 2014.
Over 500,000 tried to get Obamacare today alone. It must be pretty popular with most Americans. I guess y0u re still a minority and for sure will remain to be. Fox has you brainwashed friend.
silver foxx

Adel, GA

#25851 Oct 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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That is NOT factually correct.
FURTHERMORE - A large part of the minority that want to get rid of ObamaCare are about as bright as a lump of charcoal.
About as bright as one who chooses ChicknButt for a name. You're dim, not bright. How do you expect anyone to take anything you utter seriously? That answer would be, most don't.
just sayin

Cleveland, GA

#25853 Oct 1, 2013
Last weekend, while members of the House of Representatives hammered out a bill that would fund the government and delay the implementation of ObamaCare, President Obama golfed, Harry Reid attended a same-sex “marriage” ceremony, and many Democrat members of the Senate were nowhere to be found.

Reconvening at a leisurely 2:00 p.m. Monday, they toed the President’s line and quickly punted the House bill back to Speaker Boehner.

President Obama tweeted this morning,“The Affordable Care Act is moving forward. You can't shut it down."

king obama hath spoken. You, the great unwashed have no right to question anything I say or do.

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silver foxx

Adel, GA

#25854 Oct 1, 2013
The dumbass community organizer takes on Netanyahu.
Obama doesn't stand a chance in hell.

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2013/10/01...
ChicknButt

Norcross, GA

#25855 Oct 1, 2013
silver foxx wrote:
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About as bright as one who chooses ChicknButt for a name. You're dim, not bright. How do you expect anyone to take anything you utter seriously? That answer would be, most don't.
Weak post. But thanks for telling us the definition of the word "dim". Some of the Tea-Party Whacko's on here will find that helpful.
Now

New York, NY

#25857 Oct 1, 2013
Clyde wrote:
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Over 500,000 tried to get Obamacare today alone. It must be pretty popular with most Americans. I guess y0u re still a minority and for sure will remain to be. Fox has you brainwashed friend.

Tried is right, example of a sorry gubmint attempt to get a website up and running in 3 months after the bill was passed in 2010.
Sorry libroids wait until the last minute and expect the Repubs to do their dirty work...

gubmint running anything well is a joke, unless they can offshore to another country to do the work for them.......


silver foxx

Adel, GA

#25858 Oct 1, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Weak post. But thanks for telling us the definition of the word "dim". Some of the Tea-Party Whacko's on here will find that helpful.
Ooooooh, that hurt!! Ouch!:)))
Now

New York, NY

#25862 Oct 1, 2013
What the world to beginning to realize......and conservatives have known all along...

"While the White House insists that essential areas of the government, such as the military, will continue to function, the shut down represents yet a further blow to the prestige of the Obama administration at a time when it is still reeling from its inept handling of the recent Syrian crisis.

There was a time not so long ago when the world looked to America for both political and economic leadership. But now that can no longer be taken for granted thanks to Mr Obama's inability to provide decisive leadership on either front."

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/concoughlin...
Now

New York, NY

#25864 Oct 1, 2013
Looks like the libroid moderators are having a filed day deleting a lot of post in many different threads.....
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#25865 Oct 1, 2013
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#25866 Oct 1, 2013
Debtor's prison will resurface in America. Don't believe it?
Think for a moment. Let's say your employer sponsored health insurance policy becomes too expensive. You don't have the money to buy a policy on the exchange. You get fined by the IRS. Can't pay the fine? Your assets are stolen and off to the Hoosegow you go.
Thanks obama.
just sayin

Dawsonville, GA

#25867 Oct 1, 2013
obama shuts down the government with the help of Harry Reid by not coming up with a budget as the Constitution of the United States requires. This has gone on for four years.
obama is a sickening liar. Remember that some 30 million Americans will still not have insurance.
obama doesn't even understand the difference between a private company and government. Apple indeed.

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