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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #25 on: February 22, 2014, 01:21:12 PM »
Congratulations.  It's early, but I confidently predict that you will win the "Dumbest Post of the Day" award.

You will win because your post is completely detached from reality.

Ah, more personal attacks

see ya in a few days

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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #26 on: February 22, 2014, 01:25:56 PM »
Before you bump me, what do you call what 240B was engaged in?

And I did not attack the poster.  I attacked what he posted.  Whereas, he attacked me.
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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #27 on: February 22, 2014, 09:22:29 PM »
Sez Mona re Cruz:
[[ He may be doing more damage to the GOP than are the Democrats...]]

The Pubbie party has transmogrified into one of those Vietnamese villages back in the war days.

In order to save it, you had to destroy it first, or so they said.

If that's the case, Ted's right on target!
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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #28 on: February 23, 2014, 10:05:59 AM »
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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #29 on: February 23, 2014, 10:39:01 AM »
The enemy, as I see it, is progressivism.  The Democrat party is not alone in having progressives within their ranks.  A progressive wants bigger and more controlling government and there are many Republicans in our party that adhere to that philosophy.  Sooner or later, progressivism turns into totalitarianism, it's the natural flow. 

First, it starts with "good intentions" - we need a law to protect....we need to give money to help...etc.  Before you know it, we're all in straitjackets AND we're paying for it!

Progressivism is the enemy, and what many in the GOP refuse to face, is that the enemy is inside the gates. 

Ted Cruz and others are our last hope.  The man who enters the ring to fight the dragon - he has little chance to win, but he tries anyway.  That's courage - and that's statesmanlike behaviour.  That's leadership. 

Many of us are awake now and aware that the enemy is inside the gates, but many others still slumber with a "Do Not Disturb" sign on their door.  It's OK, go back to sleep - we'll wage the fight for you. 
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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #30 on: February 23, 2014, 11:06:30 AM »
And Cruz is being shot back at by his own side - continually.


Circle jerks and circular firing squads are not the way one runs an effective political party.

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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #31 on: February 23, 2014, 12:39:19 PM »
The enemy, as I see it, is progressivism.  The Democrat party is not alone in having progressives within their ranks.  A progressive wants bigger and more controlling government and there are many Republicans in our party that adhere to that philosophy.  Sooner or later, progressivism turns into totalitarianism, it's the natural flow. 

First, it starts with "good intentions" - we need a law to protect....we need to give money to help...etc.  Before you know it, we're all in straitjackets AND we're paying for it!

Progressivism is the enemy, and what many in the GOP refuse to face, is that the enemy is inside the gates. 

Ted Cruz and others are our last hope.  The man who enters the ring to fight the dragon - he has little chance to win, but he tries anyway.  That's courage - and that's statesmanlike behaviour.  That's leadership. 

Many of us are awake now and aware that the enemy is inside the gates, but many others still slumber with a "Do Not Disturb" sign on their door.  It's OK, go back to sleep - we'll wage the fight for you.


Brava!!  You've summed it up so well, and so succinctly!!


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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #32 on: February 23, 2014, 02:56:03 PM »
I think I would prefer being represented by Democrats who stab me in the front, as opposed to the GOPe which stabs me in the back.  At least with Democrats I know who and what I am dealing with, and can much more easily prepare myself for what they have in store.  Republicans talk the talk but in actuality support business as usual.  We would not have a $17 trillion deficit except that it was enabled by the GOP.  It may be inconvenient to point that out to folks during this GOP primary season, but I am afraid the very reason we hold primaries is to cleanse the party of impurities.

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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #33 on: February 23, 2014, 03:23:22 PM »
Sinkspur's response, as a spokeperson for the GOPe, to just about everything is, "Well what would YOU do!?"
 
and the only answer he will accept is: NOTHING! Not a thing. And anyone who tries to do something is a "criminal"! NOTHING, just let the politicians do whatever they want.
 
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING,
NOTHING.

That is not the kind of nonsense we need around here.  Sinkspur's comments are very uncomfortable.  We need action.  We need to fight back.  Like Ted Cruz.  Like the patriots who are attacking the real enemies of America McConnell, Cornyn, Alexander, Graham, Boehner, Collins, Cochran, Roberts, Boehner, Sessions, Capato and the lesser known traitors to the CONSTITUTION.  We must fight like Jim DeMint, Matt Kibbe, and Matt Hoskins.  Sinkspur must be purged like the RINOs infecting the GOP, and now is the time for action.  Just as real conservatives are poised for historic gains through a concerted effort to get rid of the cancerous GOPe, this forum must stay with the zeitgeist.  Never has there been a better time to attack the GOPe, and their socialist infiltrators at GOPbriefingroom, when their strength is at it's lowest ebb and the Tea Party is surging.  Strike for our CONSTITUTIONAL FREEDOM and LIBERTY and shut him up.  If we get this forum down to a small core of united patriots, we'll be better armed to take on the 75% of America who are laughing at Ted Cruz, richly blessed among men.  Remember BENGAHZI!!!

I'll turn my snark off for a minute to say that from my perspective 240B's post looks like a personal attack to me but I don't have my conservative glasses on.  Does anyone else recognize it? 
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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #34 on: February 23, 2014, 08:17:29 PM »
Enough, already. Sheesh.
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Re: Cruz Aims at His Own Side — Again
« Reply #35 on: February 23, 2014, 08:24:47 PM »
The enemy, as I see it, is progressivism.  The Democrat party is not alone in having progressives within their ranks.  A progressive wants bigger and more controlling government and there are many Republicans in our party that adhere to that philosophy.  Sooner or later, progressivism turns into totalitarianism, it's the natural flow. 

First, it starts with "good intentions" - we need a law to protect....we need to give money to help...etc.  Before you know it, we're all in straitjackets AND we're paying for it!

Progressivism is the enemy, and what many in the GOP refuse to face, is that the enemy is inside the gates. 

Ted Cruz and others are our last hope.  The man who enters the ring to fight the dragon - he has little chance to win, but he tries anyway.  That's courage - and that's statesmanlike behaviour.  That's leadership. 



Many of us are awake now and aware that the enemy is inside the gates, but many others still slumber with a "Do Not Disturb" sign on their door.  It's OK, go back to sleep - we'll wage the fight for you.

"Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters."


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