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Too Dumb to Live?

“Dumber than a bag of hammers”, “one peanut short of a snickers “, “dumber than a rock”…  I could go on….  And I will!  “A few fries short of a happy meal”.  “One clown shy of a circus”….   Dumber than a post… a doornail…. an entire sector of the population that doesn’t have to pay taxes and will subsequently ...

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The “Fire Obama” Jobs Numbers

Just in case anyone hasn’t noticed, on Nov. 6th, 2012 Americans will head to the polls to cast their votes in the presidential elections. The choice will be between the winner of the Republican nomination process, and incumbent President Barack Obama. The overwhelming topic that will drive the election is jobs and the economy. Without a stable, vibrant work force, ...

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Obama Has Finally Done It – Commits Treason

The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines TREASON as “the offense of attempting by overt acts to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance.” The US Constitution, in Article III, Section 3, addresses treason: “Treason against the United States, shall consist … giving them [enemies] Aid and Comfort.” Treason, as defined by the framers of the US ...

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Ron Paul Isn't Dead Yet

Yesterday I described the need to capitalize on Ron Paul’s following among younger voters. Despite predictions that his campaign is now on the decline, I don’t think we should count him out just yet. Paul’s success to date has been attributed- rightly or wrongly- to the fact that Iowa allows same-day registration, and New Hampshire is an open primary state. ...

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November is Coming!

As the president and politicians in DC sit there feeling smug after cramming Obamacare, stimulus bills, and other unconstitutional monstrosities down the throats of We the People, my word to them is: enjoy it while you can. November’s coming! They act like all this “hope and change” was wanted by the majority of Americans. Do they really believe that or ...

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Rick Santorum, the Romney alternative to Romney

Rick Santorum, after a 2nd place showing in Iowa, has been recently hailed as the “conservative alternative to Mitt Romney”. Conservative in what sense though? Conservative because he’s religious and seems to live the model good Christian life? Conservative because he’s a super military hawk? Conservative because he’s socially conservative? The one area he’s not conservative is in the domestic ...

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Bringing Younger Voters Into The GOP

Winston Churchill famously said “Anyone who is 20 and isn’t a liberal has no heart; anyone who is 30 and isn’t a conservative has no brain”. Within the last 24 hours, both Sarah Palin and Larry Sabato have stated an inarguable truth in interviews on FOX News: if the Republican party doesn’t capitalize on Ron Paul’s following among younger voters, we ...

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Actual 2012 GOP Primaries to Start Now

Yes, Actual GOP primaries,  as in disallowing Democrats to participate in GOP elections such as happens in NH and Iowa.  Blue chips, red chips, paper slips, and other assorted childish game-playing will now give way to actual Republicans, and only Republicans voting for the 2012 GOP nomination, and frankly, it’s about frigging time.  How ludicrous is it that Democrats can sign in as ...

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Obama and EEOC Really Should Get Coordinated

While campaigning in 2008, Barack Hussein Obama said he planed to take a fresh, objective look at the debate over education issues. “A truly historic commitment to education – a real commitment will require new resources and new reforms,” he said. President Barack Obama told students at a Washington DC high school that some kind of postsecondary education is a ...

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Liabilities In The GOP

Theoretically, the Republican party is in a good position for the 2012 election: Unemployment is high, which is bad for a sitting president. The public isn’t too keen on Barack Obama’s “tax the rich” rhetoric or the idea of government-run health care. The economy is the Republican party’s best talking point, and the Democratic party’s worst. If 2010 is any ...

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NBC is Run By Heathens: GOP Sunday Morning Debate Recap

Two Republican debates within 12 hours of each other are enough to make even the biggest political junkie fatigued.  Sunday morning saw the follow up to the Saturday night ABC debate (Worst. Debate. Ever.) hosted by NBC and Facebook and moderated by David “Why are all Republicans racist, capitalist pigs” Gregory.  Apparently the heathens at NBC don’t attend church. Surprising? ...

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A Painful Bed Of Nails: Navigating The GOP Candidacies Of 2012 On The Road To Replacing Obama

Navigating the current field of 2012 GOP candidates in an effort to replace Obama is like walking on a bed of sharp rusty nails barefoot. Or if you prefer, it’s like the hot bed of coals. Either way, it will be icky and painful but it just has to be done. Watching all the debates one has to wonder what ...

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Why This Country Needs Scarlett O'Hara

Today unfortunately, we live in a society where we expect the government to take care of us, instead of us taking care of ourselves. For decades, little by little the entitlement mentality has become a way of life, and now we have a generation of Americans who feel everything is owed to them. And that’s sad. And it is sad, ...

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Can Rick Perry Still Win?

Tuesday night, Governor Rick Perry announced, after a disappointing showing in the Iowa caucuses, that he was returning to Texas to reevaluate his campaign. Wednesday morning, he tweeted that he was on his way to South Carolina. The question of the moment for Perry supporters is this: Can Perry still win? If the behavior of the Romney and Gingrich campaigns ...

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What Iowa Really Means for Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney knows he was iced in Iowa, and he is now panicking about both New Hampshire and South Carolina. His talking empty-head, Karl Rove, may be spouting platitudes, but "panic" is the watch word. Romney must win, and win hugely, in New Hampshire. If he does not than we can all look forward to hearing his "I'm getting behind the Republican nominee" speech.

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