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  • 02-01-2011, 05:41 PM
    cvxjet
    Both "parties" are made up of politicians....yeah, there's a group who can manage money.....

    Term limits, no retirement and a code of ethics with jail time for convicts....errrr, they're pols, so they're quilty already!
  • 02-01-2011, 02:36 PM
    SBjet
    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Lets just have only the Jurassic era reactionary born again loons in the Republican party. That will really be a winning strategy for sure! Moderate Republicans need to regain party control from the right wing-nuts. .
    Hmm, I think the govt. should "only" spend about $3 trillion/yr. I must be crazy. Why is my position not considered moderate?
    And what good does it do to have 'moderate' Rs in office who won't cut spending? I don't want to hear that they can't do it, I want them to die trying.

    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    This is one conservative that will never contribute to the Republican Party. Why may you ask? Because they will never loose their "DC Beltway" thinking and way of doing party business. They will nominate the "next one in line" just like McCain, G.W.Bush and Bob Dole. They do not respond to what the Grass Roots wants. They just go about party politics and the Grass Roots be damned.....Hence the TEA Party.
    yep.
  • 02-01-2011, 01:13 PM
    The Doctor
    Quote Originally Posted by Cooler Guy View Post
    Read the article, democrats have 1 million in the bank....
    Quote Originally Posted by Old Texan View Post
    Below is the last paragraph of "your" posted article........Must have had a big January if it's swung $16M. I missed where the DNC has $1m.
    Thank you Tex!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cooler Guy View Post
    And the Republicans had nothing to do with that spending!! Come on.
    It's on both sides..
    I've not read enough of your posts to jump on this with both feet so I'll simply say this:
    The Democrats are FULLY responsible for all the deficit spending over the past two years. With the majority to support their arrogance and keep anything from checking and balancing them, they did exactly what they wanted. Did you pay any attention to their passage of KenyanKare? Not a single republican in the country voted for that atrocity of legislation and they were labeled "the party of no." They will, however vote to repeal it. "Yes they can!"
    Let's be fair and give credit, where credit is due. This past November America spoke loud and clear. They want two parties of NO!
  • 02-01-2011, 12:59 PM
    thatguy
    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    This is one conservative that will never contribute to the Republican Party. Why may you ask? Because they will never loose their "DC Beltway" thinking and way of doing party business. They will nominate the "next one in line" just like McCain, G.W.Bush and Bob Dole. They do not respond to what the Grass Roots wants. They just go about party politics and the Grass Roots be damned.....Hence the TEA Party.
    Quote Originally Posted by Old Texan View Post
    Yup....
    Funny part is that in spite of the OP statement about Palins' wardrobe, dismantling the entrenched Rep. "Good old Boy" network is the first thing She did in AK when elected Gov.
    Do some research, She gutted their slush funds and eliminated a bunch of perks.
  • 02-01-2011, 10:11 AM
    Old Texan
    Quote Originally Posted by Cooler Guy View Post
    Read the article, democrats have 1 million in the bank....

    And the Republicans had nothing to do with that spending!! Come on.
    It's on both sides..
    Below is the last paragraph of "your" posted article........Must have had a big January if it's swung $16M. I missed where the DNC has $1m.

    The Democratic National Committee was about $15 million in debt as of December, the Associated Press reported
  • 02-01-2011, 09:38 AM
    Cooler Guy
    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    I wonder why they didn't post anything about the democrat party also being in debt today?

    The real question is which party recently spent more money, borrowed against our children's future than any party has ever done previously in history. Were not talking million$ or even billion$ but trillion$.

    Clue: The party held a majority in the senate, house and had their own personal Kenyan at the helm of the presidency. They also achieved the very worst approval rating in congressional history.
    Read the article, democrats have 1 million in the bank....

    And the Republicans had nothing to do with that spending!! Come on.
    It's on both sides..
  • 02-01-2011, 09:32 AM
    058
    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    I'm pleased to announce that the tides are turning rather quickly. I'm a Republican Precinct Committeeman here in Arizona. I ran for office solely because I felt the party needed reform to more TEA Party platform ideals than the old-school thinking as it was not conservative enough. We recently held our elections here in Arizona and the sole conservative running for Arizona Chairman dropped out of the race for health reasons near the eleventh hour. The remaining candidates were McCain type RINOs and without much of a fight at all the party found and wrote in an appropriate TEA Party conservative. He was elected and most of the officers were selected in the exact same manner. If you are in the middle of the road, you are about to be run over. We are quickly becoming the party of the TEA Party conservative grass-roots principals because that's what the people of America clearly want and it's what our government needs at the helm. I don't believe Arizona is unique this way! It's happening everywhere across the country.
    Doc, Do you know how far Az is from the beltway? And I'm not talking miles here. The impression I got after the November Shellacking is that those in the beltway all stood around patting each other on the back congratulating themselves on what a great campaign they ran and America loves us. They are still clueless and the way things seem to be shaping up in Congress they may be in for a rude awakening come 2012....JMO
  • 02-01-2011, 09:10 AM
    The Doctor
    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    This is one conservative that will never contribute to the Republican Party. Why may you ask? Because they will never loose their "DC Beltway" thinking and way of doing party business. They will nominate the "next one in line" just like McCain, G.W.Bush and Bob Dole. They do not respond to what the Grass Roots wants. They just go about party politics and the Grass Roots be damned.....Hence the TEA Party.
    I'm pleased to announce that the tides are turning rather quickly. I'm a Republican Precinct Committeeman here in Arizona. I ran for office solely because I felt the party needed reform to more TEA Party platform ideals than the old-school thinking as it was not conservative enough. We recently held our elections here in Arizona and the sole conservative running for Arizona Chairman dropped out of the race for health reasons near the eleventh hour. The remaining candidates were McCain type RINOs and without much of a fight at all the party found and wrote in an appropriate TEA Party conservative. He was elected and most of the officers were selected in the exact same manner. If you are in the middle of the road, you are about to be run over. We are quickly becoming the party of the TEA Party conservative grass-roots principals because that's what the people of America clearly want and it's what our government needs at the helm. I don't believe Arizona is unique this way! It's happening everywhere across the country.
  • 02-01-2011, 09:04 AM
    steveone
    That is how the Rats got the House in 06 and Zippy won in 08, the core sat out the vote because of Bush and McCain on the Border issues and Amnesty,Bush (RINO) is Hated to this day for that crap he pulled by real conservatives.
  • 02-01-2011, 06:59 AM
    Old Texan
    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    Many Conservatives will never donate to the republicans again based on the parties actions of candidate selection.

    Pretty much the reason.
    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    This is one conservative that will never contribute to the Republican Party. Why may you ask? Because they will never loose their "DC Beltway" thinking and way of doing party business. They will nominate the "next one in line" just like McCain, G.W.Bush and Bob Dole. They do not respond to what the Grass Roots wants. They just go about party politics and the Grass Roots be damned.....Hence the TEA Party.
    Yup....
  • 02-01-2011, 12:40 AM
    058
    This is one conservative that will never contribute to the Republican Party. Why may you ask? Because they will never loose their "DC Beltway" thinking and way of doing party business. They will nominate the "next one in line" just like McCain, G.W.Bush and Bob Dole. They do not respond to what the Grass Roots wants. They just go about party politics and the Grass Roots be damned.....Hence the TEA Party.
  • 01-31-2011, 09:50 PM
    Icy
    Many Conservatives will never donate to the republicans again based on the parties actions of candidate selection.

    Pretty much the reason.
  • 01-31-2011, 07:56 PM
    angry dad
    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Ha! That's pretty good !
    Yeah Lets just have only the Jurassic era reactionary born again loons in the Republican party. That will really be a winning strategy for sure! Moderate Republicans need to regain party control from the right wing-nuts. Until that happens Obama and company will walk away with another Presidential win.


    Good luck with that. We have awoke, and are ready to right the ship.
  • 01-31-2011, 07:46 PM
    steveone
    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    Ha! That's pretty good !
    Yeah Lets just have only the Jurassic era reactionary born again loons in the Republican party. That will really be a winning strategy for sure! Moderate Republicans need to regain party control from the right wing-nuts. Until that happens Obama and company will walk away with another Presidential win.
    Moderates are DemocRATS Got it?? I guess you missed 11/2/2010 when the scumbags got thrown out of Congress,BTW the Senate and Whitehouse are next.
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