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“progressive” Parasites

Members of the self-imagined, self-appointed institutionalized “progressive” “intellectual elite” have no desire to discuss the reality of what was the most embarrassing DNC since Chicago 1968…can’t blame them.  If they were remotely interested in the truth, they would have already seen the sound wave analysis of the “put God back in the platform” voice vote and know that approving that ...

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First Strike in 25 years.

Late into Sunday and early Monday morning parents were still wondering whether or not their children would be attending a normal day of school. However, this was not the case this morning. On any normal Monday morning, parents would be dropping their children off at school, and starting their day of work or household activities. The Chicago Public School teachers ...

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Republican Tyranny in Tampa: What Happened and Why?

Republican Tyranny in Tampa: What Happened and Why?  I just read on one of the social network sites I belong to that Ron Paul is planning a 3rd party run for President.  People have their panties in a bunch saying he will be the reason Obama gets re-elected.  I have a few thoughts to share and several questions to ask ...

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They said NO to God!

September 5th 2012, at the Democratic National Convention, and in light of the recent controversy over the removal of the word God and language that did not support Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.  That evening before the start of the convention, there was a proposed amendment that was put to vote by the delegation which would re-instate the word God, and ...

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30% Chance Of Rain Brings President’s Speech Indoors

Politico reports this morning: “Democratic officials confirm to POLITICO that President Obama’s prime time address will be moved indoors to the Time Warner Center. The Thursday address was scheduled to be at Bank of America stadium — an outdoor venue with more than 70,000 seats. But forecasts are predicting thunderstorms, forcing a last minute change in venue.” However, per the ...

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No Democrats, We Don’t Belong To The Government

  Democrats have shown just how far off the sanity cliff they’ve gone in their video to open the Democratic National Convention. Just to repeat, the narrator says, “Government is the only thing that we all belong to…we’re together as a part of our city, or our county or our state. Or our nation.” There’s no spinning this. It’s worse ...

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Jones Doubles Down

Self-described communist revolutionary and ousted Green Jobs Czar Van Jones is continuing with his hate-filled rhetoric accusing republicans of killing people for political gain. Jones appeared on MSNBC this morning and responded to a question about the upcoming presidential election. “[The election] feels like a fear election,” Jones said asserting that “both sides are afraid of what the other side ...

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Republican Party Treachery Rises Again in Tampa

Republican Party Treachery Rises Again in Tampa Republican and Democrat: Two Wings of the Same Vulture The choice of Paul Ryan as the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate almost had me convinced to vote for Mitt Romney in November but once again the Republican Party blew a chance to show me they are above the Democrat Party when it comes to morals, ...

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The Top Ten Reasons Paul Ryan is So Despicable!

Much has been said in the media about how Paul Ryan is an “extremist”, how he plans to “destroy” the lives of everyday people, especially the elderly.  A lot has being written about how his fiscal positions make him hostile to middle class Americans.  After extensive, intensive, investigative research there is now a Top Ten List to explain Ryan’s “unlike-ability.” ...

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Gore wants Popular Vote

Yesterday, August 31st 2012 former Vice president Al Gore, called for an end to the electoral college.  Gore, who believes that citizens who live outside of those coveted  swing states are “written off” when it comes to having their voices heard when it comes to the election process.  Gore, who was speaking to Current TV, said that, “I’ve seen how ...

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Romney, Ryan, Republicans: Ready to Lead

With the strong backing of an energized Republican Party and a diverse team of rising stars, candidate Mitt Romney formally accepted the GOP nomination to be President of the United States. Recalling the excitement and optimism of the presidential race of four years ago, Romney pointed out how those elevated expectations and the bevy of promises that came with those ...

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America Needs the Tea Party More Than America Needs the GOP

Explaining his endorsement of the current White House occupant on the administration’s infrastructure spending, healthcare reform, and position on abortion, Florida’s former Republican Governor Charlie Crist endorsed him on the eve of the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa. Crist has betrayed American taxpayers before.  He supported the $787 billion “stimulus” boondoggle, which did little to fund shovel ready infrastructure ...

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Think Football Would Be Left Alone by the Radical Left? Not For Long.

The American Spectator recently pointed out that football has become “the new smoking.” If only the scourge of leftism were that toxic. No, it’s much, much worse than that. Football represents a complete affront to the entire project of radicalism, which decades ago spread to our universities, schools, entertainment, and legal professions. The last remaining conservative bastions — the military ...

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