Can The Republican Party Kick Donald Trump Out Of The Debates?

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This is from Freedom OutPost.

 RNC Chairman Reince Priebus has lost his damned mind if he ever  had a mind.

If the RNC wants to be rid of Donald Trump this sure is not the way to do it.

Look at his jump in the polls when Megan Kelly had a go at trying to make Trump look bad.

If the RNC keeps up their crap it will assure a Trump Indenendent run and the election of what ever DemocRat that gets the nomination.   

 Billionaire and 2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump makes new headlines every day. But something he said that he wouldn’t do during the first Republican debate could reveal some major problems with the debate system.

Could the GOP ban Trump from its next debate?

The first Republican debate one week ago opened with a question specifically for Trump. Per Bret Baier:

Who is unwilling tonight to pledge your support to the eventual nominee of the Republican Party and pledge not to run an independent campaign against that person? Raise your hand now if you won’t make that pledge tonight.

Trump was the only candidate who said that he might run as an independent if he doesn’t get the GOP nomination. Not only is that a difficult path to take, but also an expensive one. Trump is probably the only candidate running who could afford to launch an independent campaign.

Because Trump said he would not rule out running as an independent candidate, the Republican National Committee (RNC) has now said it could ban Trump from the next debate if he won’t make that pledge.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus has since directly requested all Republican candidates to pledge that they will not make a third-party run, according to ABC News. Those who do not pledge, might not get an invite to future Republican candidate debates, and would likely be restricted from accessing party data on Republican voters.

If Trump is polling at twice the numbers of his closest challengers and as much as five times the numbers of seven of the top 10 candidates—which he is—then how could the RNC ban him from debates? Can that really be done?

The answer is yes. The RNC, just as the Democratic National Committee (DNC), is considered a private club. They make their own rules. The DNC isn’t holding a single debate until October—something that candidates like Martin O’Malley aren’t happy about. But there’s nothing they can really do.

And that is why a senior Trump campaign official has told ABC News that it is possible that Trump may make that pledge. Though Trump has clarified that statement, saying, “It’s absolutely possible that at some point I would change that,” but, he added, such a change “is not imminent.”

If I’m the nominee, I pledge that I will not run as an independent,” he said.

What you need to know is that the RNC claims it has every right to prevent Trump or anyone else from debating because it is a private club. But—Reality Check—in actuality they are not.

In fact, American taxpayers spent $400 million administering Republican and Democratic primaries in 2012.

That is one of the major problems with the way the party conducts business. On average, only about 9 percent of the voting population vote in national primaries. But 100 percent of taxpayers are on the hook for these so-called private events.



I Voted!!

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I was at the polling place@0600 as they opened up.

There was 20-25 people, including myself there.

My town has about 800 people.

I was shocked to hear some of the people who were older than me saying the were Democrats, but they were voting Republican.

I have been a Republican since meeting Ronald Reagan.


Vote Like Your Constitution Depends On It . . . Because It Does


This is from Town Hall.

Not only the Constitution, but our lives in general.

So Vote!.


Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.Ronald Reagan
40th president of US (1911 – 2004)


You need to vote Tuesday, and you need to work to get your friends, neighbors and family to vote too. How should you vote? Straight-up Republican down the ballot.

Is the GOP establishment packed with hacks, squishes and weasels? Yep. And that’s irrelevant. The party will fall in line with conservative values soon enough as these doddering clowns age their way out of office. We have one opponent – the progressives – and the progressives have one party – the Democrats.

They must be stopped before they destroy this country. They are shredding our Constitution, bankrupting us, and turning the might of the federal government against their political enemies (that’s us) in order to hold on to power. Overseas, they are abandoning our loyal allies – if you think Obama would do what Nixon did for Israel and airlift it lifesaving military supplies when the Arabs forces nearly overwhelmed it in 1973, then I have a unicorn you might want to buy.

His name is Chet, and he liked his health plan and got to keep it.

The sad fact is that the only people these progressives don’t seem to want to defeat are America’s enemies. If you want to live on the edge, befriend America with a Democrat in the White House and Harry Reid running the Senate.

“But, but,” stammer those self-described conservatives who make liberals smile by choosing to indulge their emotions instead of coldly acting to beat the statists, “I’m staying home because I’m sick of having to choose the lesser of two evils!”

You tools. That’ll show Obama. He’ll be heartbroken as he nominates some commie law school professor to the Supreme Court and Reid nuke options him into a robe for the next 30 years. You can pat yourself on the back about choosing to let the greater of two evils win as you lose your right to speak freely, to write what you want, to read what you want, to worship God like you want, to own weapons to protect your family, community and Constitution. Yeah, way to go, Thinky.

When it’s between a Republican and a Democrat, it’s not choosing the lesser of two evils. At worst, it’s choosing the mediocrity over the evil.

Thad Cochran’s a jerk and the establishment creeps were jerks for supporting him. Vote for Thad.

Pat Roberts is a jerk and the establishment creeps were jerks for supporting him. Vote for Pat.

And the conservatives who lost to them in the primaries – if you haven’t done it already, get out there and demand your ticked-off supporters vote for the jerk who screwed you. It isn’t about your hurt feelings. It’s about our country.

Don’t worry – we conservatives shall have our revenge soon enough. And, as anyStar Trek nerd can tell you, revenge is a dish best served cold.

Then there are the stubborn “libertarians.” I’m not talking about the sensible ones who realize that voting for some dude whose entire platform consists of bong hits and appeasement will only act to empower the most collectivist president and Senate in our history. Nor am I talking about the stoner libertarians who will fire up a bowl Tuesday morning and come out of their purple haze on Thursday having forgotten to vote.

I’m talking about the tiresome “libertarians” who relish these last few days of every election cycle because – for once – people pay attention to them, hoping to get them to fight the left. But these goofs aren’t about to give up the attention lavished upon them by conservatives praying they are more libertarian than narcissist and might actually be convinced to vote consistent to what they claim as their ideology – or at least not against it. It’s too much fun being wooed and courted and having people pretend to read their lengthy blog posts about how fighting people who want to kill us is bad and how Ayn Rand was hot and how the Fed is responsible for them not being able to get a date.

But reasoning with them never works. These people are useless. So pucker up, dorks, because I have something you can kiss – and once again you’ll be disappointed because it isn’t a girl.

I’m done with you idiots. I’m not wasting my breath on you again and I’m certainly not giving you the attention you crave. All I can say is stay in your mom’s basement Tuesday – the Trilateral Commission is out there with its chemtrails and mind control lasers waiting to ambush you on the way to the polls!

Now, those of us who are sane and who actually care about our country have a mission. We need to bring it home for the GOP – not because its candidates are perfect but because its candidates are not actively evil. Yeah, I suppose there are some nice Democrat candidates out there. Some of them can maybe muster up a few positive comments about free enterprise and free speech, at least in theory. A few probably even like dogs better than cats, like real Americans.

But they have thrown in their lot with a crowd that seeks to destroy our sacred Constitution. The Democrats voted en masse to effectively repeal the First Amendment. Think about that – these people literally think it’s A-OK to outlaw books. They want to stop you from practicing your religion except in the manner and to the extent they choose. They want you disarmed and helpless. Oh, and if you happen to care whether Israel gets wiped off the map or not, perhaps you ought to put the party in power that didn’t boo the mention of the Jewish State at its last convention.

If everyone reading this gets five voters to vote for America, maybe we can save America. The polls are that tight. We have to overcome a lot to retake the Senate and put the brakes on America’s runaway decline. We need every vote. We have to beat Democrats’ margin of stupidity. We have to beat Democrats margin of fraud. We can’t afford to also have to overcome the angry conservatives’ margin of sulk.

Editor’s note: Since this column was written, Kansas GOP Senate primary candidate Dr. Milton Wolf publicly endorsed Senator Pat Robert for reelection.


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This is from Breitbarts Big Government.

Brett Hulsey needs a history lesson the Ku Klux Klan was founded by lifelong DemocRat Nathan Bedford Forrest.

The authors of the Jim Crow Laws and the enforcers of the Jim Crow Laws were all DemocRats.

Sadly Brett is a product of the public schools therefore sadly uninformed.

Brett Hulsey, a Wisconsin state representative and Democratic candidate for governor, thinks he has a surefire way to shoot past his better-funded and better-known primary opponent.

He has announced that he intends to hand out homemade KKK hoods to Republican members of the state legislature.

Hulsey is way, way back in the pack of candidates running for the Democrat nomination for Wisconsin Governor. Few in the Badger State think he has much of a chance to beat the frontrunner, Mary Burke.

This backbencher status has him looking for ways to stand out. On May 1, Hulsey held a press conference where he displayed a white KKK hood he claims he made with his daughter’s sewing machine and $1 in curtain fabric.


Hulsey said he intended to hand out the KKK hoods to highlight the fact that Republicans are racists.

These would be the same Republicans who Hulsey would have to work with if he were to miraculously win election to the Governor’s mansion.

State GOP executive director Joe Fadness said Hulsey’s plan is a “reprehensible, vile stunt” that should outrage everyone in the state.

This is not the first time Hulsey has generated a scandal more odd than shocking. In 2013, the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board warned him not to use a 1987 Volkswagen Cabriolet convertible for personal travel, as he had purchased it with campaign funds. He admitted to a local news outlet that his personal vehicle was out of commission when questioned about reports that he traveled to work with the campaign-funded car.

“The easiest thing for me to do is go buy an ignition module and get my car running again, and then it won’t be an issue,” he said.


Panicked Pelosi runs from Obamacare: ‘First of all, it’s called the Affordable Care Act’

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This is from BizPac Review.

This from San Fran Nan that said we need to pass it to

Know what’s in it.

Notice how they no longer call this train wreck the Patient

Protection and affordable Care Act.



Panicked Democratic incumbents facing midterm elections this year are trying so hard to distance themselves from all things Obama, U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi won’t even refer to the healthcare law as “Obamacare” any longer.

It’s come full circle fromDemocrats deridingRepublicans for calling theAffordable Care Act“Obamacare,” to a full embracing of the term once Obama got onboard, to now shunning the name again as the president’s poll number plummet and anti-Obamacare sentiment sweeps the nation.

“House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter Thursday who called Democrats’ health care law ‘Obamacare,’” the Washington Times reported.

According to the Times:

Democrats, who just a couple of years ago were happy to call President Obama’s signature achievement Obamacare, now are bristling at the name and have tried to remove it from the political lexicon. The change comes as the law’s rollout has been rocky, leaving Americans sour.

On Thursday, at her weekly press conference, Mrs. Pelosi was asked by a reporter whether Democrats would vote with Republicans to impose new privacy safeguards in health care, and if so, whether that would be a signal Democrats are worried about the politics of the law.

“Absolutely not,” Mrs. Pelosi said. “First of all, it’s called the ‘Affordable Care Act.’ If that’s what you’re referencing, yeah, they are going after the Affordable Care Act.”

Part 3–2013 In Review: Anticipation For Future Elections Could Give GOP Nasty Side Effects

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This is from the Liberty Alliance.


As we enter 2014, Zo reminds all Republicans out there not to get too excited for 2016, especially without knowing who our alternative is going to be. He warns that, if it’s Chris Christie, the side effects might be worse than the problem.

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This is from Breitbarts Big Government.

DemocRats never let facts get in the way of their agenda.

With the midterm elections just over 300 days away, nervous Democrats reeling from the Obamacare debacle are hoping a big push to raise the minimum wage will be the silver bullet that will spare them from the historic losses they suffered in 2010.

Democrats and unions are busy working to get minimum wage initiatives on state ballots in the hopes of creating an electoral “minimum wage magnet” to attract low-income, minority, and union voters to the polls.

Seven minimum wage facts, however, may diminish Democrats’ high hopes.

1. Just 2.8% of American workers earn at or below the minimum wage.

The U.S. Department of Labor says 1.6 million people make the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour. Another 2 million earn below that rate, such as restaurant servers who make tips in addition to a lower base hourly wage which, according to U.S. News and World Report, “in many cases actually puts them significantly above the minimum wage in reality, if not officially.” That means in a nation of 317 million people, just 3.6 million (1.1%) make at or below the minimum wage. As a share of the U.S. workforcejust 2.8% of people working make minimum wage.

2. Half of all minimum wage workers are 16 to 24 years old.

According to the Department of Labor, “minimum wage workers tend to be young,” and “about half of those paid the Federal minimum wage or less” are below age 25. Many of these are students working while in school or teenagers with part-time or summer jobs. That means half of the people most affected by a minimum wage hike are among those least likely to show up at the polls to vote, especially in a midterm election year. Indeed, minimum wage workers who are 16 and 17 years old are not even legally eligible to vote.

3.  Labor workers already make well above the minimum wage.

Democrats and unions hoping labor workers will be energized by a minimum wage bump will be sad to know that laborers in every single sector of what the government calls “production and nonsupervisory employees”—like manufacturing, construction, mining, retail, transportation, etc.—already earn well above the minimum wage. In fact, in November 2013, the government reported that the average hourly labor wage across all industries was $20.31—a figure nearly three times the federal minimum wage. And as the unions themselves boast, a union member’s annual salary is already $10,400 higher than a non-union worker.

4. Even those who support minimum wage hikes concede it could kill jobs.

Many economists and conservatives point to the body of economic literature that shows minimum wage increases kill jobs and simply encourage companies to pass along the added cost in the form of higher prices. But even ardent supporters like socialist Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant, who recently helped pass a $15 minimum wage in the SeaTac, Washington, concede the move could spawn job losses. “There may be a few jobs lost here and there, but the fact is, if we don’t fight for this, then the race to the bottom will continue,” said Sawant.

5. Minorities and the poor are hit hardest by the minimum wage.  Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman famously noted that “the most anti-black law on the books of this land is the minimum wage law.” Higher wages mean employers seek higher, more skilled workers. That, said Friedman, puts those with disproportionately less education and experience at a significant disadvantage when looking to put their foot on the first rung of the employment ladder.

6. Even progressives concede the minimum wage is no panacea for America’s economic woes.

President Barack Obama’s former chairwoman of the Council of Economic Economic Advisers Christina Romer says, “economic analysis raises questions about whether a higher minimum wage will achieve better outcomes for the economy and reduce poverty.” As a result, says Romer, “most economists prefer other ways to help low-income families.” Similarly, progressive Daily Beast writer Jamelle Bouie says while he supporters the move, “the minimum wage is a Band-Aid for wage stagnation and income inequality” and “doesn’t make up for our sluggish economy and weak labor market.”

7. 21 states already have minimum wages that are higher than the federal $7.25/hr rate.

Just last week, 13 states boosted their minimum wage rates above the federal minimum wage rate of $7.25/hr. That means 21 states now already have minimum wages that exceed the federal rate.

For these reasons and more, Republicans see Democrats’ minimum wage tactic as a desperate attempt to run from the Obama record.

“If I had a dollar for every time Democrats thought their issue of the week was going to be their pathway to victory, I would have enough money to pay taxpayers back all the money that was wasted on the broken Obamacare website,” said Republican Congressional Campaign Committee spokeswoman Andrea Bozek.


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This is from Breitbarts Big Government.


At the beginning of 2013, Obama and his Democrat party were in firm control of the nation’s political terrain. Obama had won a convincing reelection by again boosting turnout of his young and minority voter base. Contrary to expectations, the Democrats gained two seats in the Senate, extending their control of the chamber, and made modest gains in the House. The Republicans, after squandered an almost unprecedented opportunity, were have something of an existential crisis. What a difference a year makes.

Not only did 2013 see a resurgence of the Republican party, it provided a number of political surprises throughout the year. The following were the biggest surprises of the year.

5. The Collapse of Marco Rubio

At the beginning of the year, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) seemed the frontrunner for the GOP nomination in 2016. A poll of Iowa Republicans in January showed him with a commanding lead with a crowded field, running ahead of his closest competitor, Rep. Paul Ryan, by over eight points. In December, however, Rubio polled 8th in Iowa, garnering support from just 6% of Republicans in the state. In national polls, he polls around 6th place. It is a breathtaking political collapse.

Rubio’s political fortunes were reversed by a fundamental misreading of the electorate on immigration reform. There is a robust case to be made for reforming our nation’s immigration system. The approach adopted by the Senate and promoted by Rubio, however, is arguably worse than the current system. It provides immediate legalization for 11 million illegal immigrants and effectively does almost nothing to secure the border. Even the modest security provisions in the bill would likely be ignored by the Obama Administration, which has ignored existing Congressional directives related to the border.

Like amnesty legislation in 1986, it provides legalization with a promise of security that will likely never materialize. Also like the deal in 1986, it will likely provide an incentive for even greater illegal immigration in the future. The GOP establishment and its business allies may still approve immigration reform in 2014, but Rubio’s political standing is unlikely to return.

4. The ObamaCare Rollout Disaster

I always expected ObamaCare to ultimately be a failure. I did not anticipate, however, the smoldering wreckage that was its rollout. The government simply had to build a website with no more complexity than Amazon or any other e-commerce site. It also had hundreds of millions of dollars and three years to build it. Even the government didn’t seem incompetent enough to screw that up.

Oh, but it did.

Even more surprising was the very slow response of the Obama Administration to the obvious disaster. Subsequent reports have detailed several warnings to government officials that the website wasn’t ready to launch, wasn’t secure, and wasn’t even accessible. Did no one take these remotely seriously? Did they think unicorns and pixie dust would mask these failures?

In October, in the aftermath of the government shutdown, Democrats led the generic congressional ballot by eight points. In the wake of the ObamaCare rollout disaster, Republicans have gained an unprecedented 13 points and now lead Democrats by 5.

3. The GOP’s War on Its Base

Inexplicably, the Republican party establishment reacted to its defeats in 2012 by declaring war on its base, conservative voters. Party officials and strategists blamed their defeat on the “tea party” and conservatives, who presumably turned off more “moderate” voters. The problem with this narrative is that the Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, won Independents by five points. Republicans lost because the Democrats did a better job turning out their base voters. For the past two elections, the GOP has given its nomination to the most “moderate” candidate running. It is clearly not a recipe for success.

In the past few years, there have been some candidates with strong tea party backing who in the end were flawed. There have been far more “establishment” candidates who also lost. Todd Aiken won the GOP primary in Missouri because the tea party was divided between two other candidates. Richard Lugar had the edge over eventual nominee Richard Mourdock, until it was revealed that Lugar didn’t have an actual residence in his state. At least make a pretense of representing a state. At least six “establishment” and “electable” Senate candidates, enough to secure a majority, went down to defeat in 2012.

The party and its business allies, however, have vowed to challenge conservatives in primaries next year. The GOP establishment will no doubt be able to raise millions to wage this pyrrhic war, but it is hard to see how it will have the “boots on the ground” to win elections. It may very well spark its own destruction as a national political force.

2. Obama’s Irrelevance

Congress ended its year passing the first budget agreement in five years. Most surprising, though, is that it accomplished this because Obama wasn’t part of the negotiations. The Democrats’ lead negotiator, Sen. Patty Murray, intentionally kept the White House out of the talks.

It was a dramatic turn around for a President who won a solid reelection just a year ago. At the start of 2013, Obama’s approval rating was nearly 60%. By a combination of political miscalculation and detachment, Obama has squandered all the political capital he won through his reelection.

He has made high-profile pushes for gun control, immigration reform, climate change and a higher minimum wage. Progress on these issues is arguably harder now than it was before Obama made them priorities.

In foreign policy, an area where second term presidents generally focus, Obama has led a withdrawal of the US from the world stage. America was a passive observer to the dramatic events in Egypt. Our absence allowed Russia to reassert its influence in the region for the first time in decades. China is expanding its influence throughout the world. Obama drew a line in the sand on Syria and then quickly retreated. His outreach to Iran has angered almost all of our allies. They don’t trust us and our enemies don’t fear us.

1. Obama’s Political Resilience

With his approval ratings at the lowest of his Presidency, it may seem counterintuitive to talk about Obama’s political resilience. Consider, however, what he has withstood this year.

We have learned that the government is engaged in comprehensive surveillance of Americans. The NSA tracks our web activity and even keeps records on every phone call we make. Worse, the Administration has lied about its activities repeatedly. The government even targeted reporters it suspected of working with government whistleblowers.

We also learned that the government was using the IRS to target its political opponents. This targeting went beyond supervision of tax-exempt groups and included audits of major Republican donors. When a cancer patient went public with the news that he was losing his health insurance as a result of ObamaCare, he quickly learned he was being audited by the IRS.

PoliticFact names Obama’s oft repeated promise that people can keep their health insurance the “lie of the year.” Millions of Americans have lost their health insurance as a result of his signature legislative achievement. The cancellation of these policies and problems with the law’s implementation raise the real possibility that fewer Americans will have insurance when ObamaCare takes full effect on January 1st.

I could literally run through a half-dozen more issues, any one of which would cripple most presidencies. That’s even before considering the anemic economic “recovery.” Obama does currently have the lowest approval rating of any 2-term President, at this point, since Richard Nixon. Still, between 40-42% of the public approves of the job he is doing. How is this even possible?

The most surprising thing about 2013 is that Obama has absorbed more negative shocks than almost all modern-day presidents combined and yet is still supported by only a little less than half the public. Even his currently low approval ratings defy gravity.

Something’s got to give next year.


Donkeys in Elephant Suits

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This is from Politi Chicks.

Rodney Lee Conover’s expresses the frustrations of

all Patriots with RINO‘s in Congress.

The RINO hunt should take place November of 2014.

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After unveiling the two-year budget deal which retains a fully-funded ObamaCare, increases spending, raises taxes and continues down the same unsustainable fiscal trajectory, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan had this to say in his defense: “To get true budget reform, Republicans are going to have to win some more elections..”

Ahem. I beg to differ, Mr. Chairman: To get true anything – a bunch of you Republicans must be removed from office and replaced with actual conservatives willing to do what Americans sent you to Washington to do: Stop the insanity.

.. By the way, 2010 called – they want their campaign promises back.

Before I continue, I must say to Paul Ryan how dare you state that in this budget deal there aren’t any taxes – there are only “fees.” What kind of frickin’ idiots do you think put you in office? Take your paws off my wallet, stick your double-speak and get off my television – it’s reserved for vapid Democrats who lie through their teeth about stealing my money and breastfeeding that ever-growing government hog.

The job of the average Congressman used to be to go to Washington, spend a long time building alliances, trading favors, exchanging votes and extracting as much taxpayer largesse as legally possible and bring it back to their respective districts. That is no longer the case. The job now is to go there and stop it. Your charge, Paul Ryan, was to gather like-minded, true conservatives and turn off the giant pig-feeding spigot.

In 2010, after seeing what Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and then Barack Obama cooked up together, it was the Tea Party who dropped everything and gave you the power of the purse. We breathed a sigh of relief, knowing you would defund ObamaCare, stop the disastrous path the leftists had put us on and restore our belief in the Republican Party after the profligate spending by those drunken sailors under George W. Bush.

In a nutshell – we trusted you! I know you’re exempt from ObamaCare but did you not notice the rest of the country is a wee bit upset that it’s still being implemented? Aren’t you the numbers guy, Chairman Ryan? Certainly, you know in the past few years the income of non-government employees has decreased 6% while the income of government employees has risen 21%, correct?

You want ObamaCare to keep failing so you can run against it – I get it. You guys are in awe of the money Obama and the libs have spent and you want to be in power and get your trillions to your peeps, but there’s a problem: When ObamaCare implodes – and it will, by design – in its place will be a bailed-out, single-payer, massive government entitlement and we are going to blame the Republicans we put in there to stop it, sir. That’s you, friend.

I’m thrilled you have a rock-solid issue like ObamaCare to run against, but what about us? What about millions of people who are having their lives turned upside-down by this onerous government takeover of our healthcare system? Is it worth putting the American people through this just so Republicans can maybe take back the Senate and have a long-shot at winning the White House in 2016? Who knows better than you, Mr. Chairman that losing to Barack Obama in 2012 was the single biggest whiff at a T-ball in the nation’s history? 8% unemployment, gas prices doubled, debt doubled, lies and scandals, incompetence and every level and you can’t win?

I’m supposed to suffer through ObamaCare, and then get stuck in a single-payer piece of crap system with death panels and no doctors, just so your Party can have another shot in 2016? No thanks, kiddo – I’m vapor. I don’t trust you further than I could throw you, and I could probably throw you five or six feet. Not sure what that means, but you get my drift – I want real conservatives in office who care about me – not the Party.

ObamaCare is here. Thanks Republicans. Now, let’s talk about that amnesty! You bet it’s next on the hit list for 2014, complete with those requirements for undocumented Democrat voters to “get in back of the line, pay a fine, pay back taxes, learn English, blab la blbabla blab labl b lal blabla bla b…” We can’t even teach American kids to speak English.. You think after an illegal is legalized they’ll be deported for not learning English? We don’t deport illegals who commit felonies! Where have you been? Oh yeah, Washington… slipped my mind.

Nobody saw 2010 coming and it’s pretty obvious you don’t see 2014 either.

Real conservatives will get elected everywhere, every time, to stop this Obama Marxist slide our country is in and if they turn like so many Republicans have – into Democrat enablers – there’s a line out the door ready to primary your asses right back to wherever, USA. I heard Mark Levin tell Paul Ryan he thought the budget deal was “Mickey Mouse” but on further review, it’s more like Goofy.

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This is from Patriot Update.

Can the rot in America be excised?

I hope it can be excised.

How many election cycles will it take?


It is said that a fish rots from the head. So goes America. We are rotting from the headfrom our Government. Washington stinks of theft, corruption, crony capitalism, law breakers, and State sanctioned murder. Obama likes to whine that the rich just keep getting richer and he’s right. His administration has been very good to the ultra-wealthy and the Liberals in power are getting more powerful. They don’t want us to see it but it’s there. The head of America is rotten. The rest of it is beginning to stink too. Those of us who are paying attention can smell it. Those of us who are not paying attention are to blame for not stopping it.

Look at the corruption of Obama’s regime. Benghazi. The IRS, the IRS and the IRS, the DOJ wire taps, the NLRB (see Boeing), The NSA, Solyndra and phony global warming to name just the big ones. If you are reading this and don’t know the details of these issues and how they affect you and all of us, you are an idiot in need of fundamental transformation. Only a fool or true Liberal believer could tolerate Obama and his pals and the Progressive Republicans that play nice with them.

Progressives—Democrat and Republican—are enemies of the State. Most politicians care only about re-election and maintaining their power and position so “go along to get along” becomes the norm. It used to be that a candidate stated their position on issues and hoped for a positive result on election day. The Progressives in our government want to do it differently now. They want to guarantee their re-election until retirement or death. They need massive control and more adoring voters in order to accomplish this.

Control is Obama’s middle name. Barack Control Obama. He’s a student of Saul Alinsky and taught Alinsky’s methods. (Don’t know about him? Stop here and look up Saul Alinsky). Obama has been putting controls in place since his election. The biggie is Obamacare. People, just wait and see what getting health care in America is about to become and what it will cost. Millions of folks have already lost the plans they had and liked because Obamacare says the plans aren’t good enough. The folks were happy with them and they WERE good enough. But Dear Leader says no. These folks will have to find new plans full of crap they don’t want and don’t want to pay for and the cost increase is huge. So Obama says let’s subsidize them. Where does that money come from? The same hard working taxpayers being punched in the wallet by Obamacare. This is about the government taking CONTROL of our health care. Single payer is coming, just you wait. It was the goal from the beginning. Americans have allowed their government to take over their health care, all their personal health information and 1/6 of the economy in one shot. Who but a Progressive would see that as a good thing? They MUST control our health care to begin to take full control of us. Obamacare = Control.

What else are Dear Leader and the Progressives trying to control?

Private gun ownership (the easier to kick your door in without fear)

Right to Work (Unionize everyone)

Food production (see the Farm Bill)

Energy production (slowly kill the coal industry, block oil and shale gas production, begin to force people off burning wood)

Education (my God read up on Common Core—the indoctrination of our youth)

“Freebies for all” and especially “Amnesty” will guarantee the Democrats a huge new pool of millions of voters who will feed off the teat of working Americans, get their “free crap” and forever vote Democrat. Don’t believe any Democrat or Progressive who says amnesty won’t end up with voting rights for the ex-illegals. Don’t buy that for a second. It HAS to. They must control the outcome of elections. They are working on it.

There are so many busy little tentacles of Progressivism out there. They want black boxes in our cars so we can be taxed by the mile. They want “cap and trade”. They want always to expand the size of government and steal from us to pay for it. They want to control what we eat and drink. How we travel. What we drive. It just goes on endlessly.

Is Chris Christie the answer for the Republican Party and us who are Conservatives? Not to me he isn’t. He’s just another Progressive hiding behind the tag “Republican”. I can see it now—Clinton vs. Christie. Not good for us either way. How about Conservatives demand the Republicans run a ticket like Ted Cruz and Allen West? That’s a ticket to vote for. Or Rand Paul and either Cruz or West? Sweet! Good luck with that. The establishment GOP will try and deliver Christie. They will succeed if we let them. How about we don’t. Together we can cut off the rotting head of America.



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