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llotter
05-08-2012, 05:41 PM
It is a good thing when the Republicans get new blood from the Tea Party. Let us all hope that the Republican can win the general election for senate in IN.

eg8r
05-08-2012, 06:02 PM
Must not have been many occutards out there sitting in parks raping people and urinating on police cars to get their point across. /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smile.gif

eg8r

Sev
05-08-2012, 06:08 PM
Luger def needs to go.

Gayle in MD
05-09-2012, 01:35 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: llotter</div><div class="ubbcode-body">It is a good thing when the Republicans get new blood from the Tea Party. Let us all hope that the Republican can win the general election for senate in IN. </div></div>

The Tea Party? LMAO. Four million dollars from outside the state put an irrational radical man in office who has been a total loser, over and over again.

Yep, the Tea Party must be the cause, aka four million dollars from people like the Koch Brothers, or maybe even the bin Laden family, for all we know, sent in plenty of money in order to put another bribe taker who would walk the line for corporate interests, into office.

There are several other issues which contibuted to the results of that election, like for example:

Lugar had lost contact with his constituents. He was not traveling home often enough.

He had established residency in another state, and almost didn't get on the ballot the last time because he had let his residency lapse, but he still won by an overwhelming margin, like 87%.

Lugar was a moderate, meaning, he would compromise for the good of his country, at times, which is not allowed in the Party of radical zealots.

The radical "Fringe" now comprises The Entire Republican Party. Radical RW media fires themm up with BS, and Kock pays for them to go to the Rallies. Unwitting pawns.

As for voters, we already know that those folks who were seen at Tea Party rallies, were pawns of corporate interests. They were used by the very folks who are polluting their wells, sickening their kids, and destroying the land under their feet with filth.

The Tea Party served its purpose. Have you heard the Republicans talking about the Tea Party lately?

The likes of Koch are not buying Tea Party buses to exploit them for protests anymore, they are more directly throwing elections with their money, now, thanks to the radical RW Activist Supreme Court.

G.

LWW
05-09-2012, 04:41 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Sev</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Luger def needs to go.

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But some folks desperately want thir RINOs back.

Qtec
05-09-2012, 05:37 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">If Mr. Mourdock is elected, I want him to be a good Senator. But that will require him to revise his stated goal of bringing more partisanship to Washington. He and I share many positions, but his embrace of an unrelenting partisan mindset is irreconcilable with my philosophy of governance and my experience of what brings results for Hoosiers in the Senate. <span style='font-size: 14pt'>In effect, what he has promised in this campaign is reflexive votes for a rejectionist orthodoxy and rigid opposition to the actions and proposals of the other party. His answer to the inevitable roadblocks he will encounter in Congress is merely to campaign for more Republicans who embrace the same partisan outlook. He has pledged his support to groups whose prime mission is to cleanse the Republican party of those who stray from orthodoxy as they see it.</span>
This is not conducive to problem solving and governance. And he will find that unless he modifies his approach, he will achieve little as a legislator. <span style='font-size: 17pt'>Worse, he will help delay solutions that are totally beyond the capacity of partisan majorities to achieve.</span> The most consequential of these is stabilizing and reversing the Federal debt in an era when millions of baby boomers are retiring.<span style='font-size: 14pt'> There is little likelihood that either party will be able to impose their favored budget solutions on the other without some degree of compromise.</span> </div></div>

link (http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/05/08/in-statement-lugar-defends-campaign-while-criticizing-partisan-environment/)

The lunatics are taking over the asylum! The GOP is being high jacked with a fake party backed by big money.

Q

llotter
05-09-2012, 06:24 AM
Yes, the Koch Bros. have injected millions and there are other big sponsors along with millions of small guys like me. We are contributing to defeat RINOs and Democrats and I say, 'It's about time citizens finally have organized and become focused on taking our country back from the big government lefties that have been running our country into the ground for decades'.

The Left has been organized through various interest groups, unions, academia and bureaucrats with large scale funding both large, like Soros and small, like union members. Their organizing skills have given a small minority a very large and effective voice in how our society is run. The results have been disastrous.

Largely the Left has been using the ballot box in their own self-interest rather than in the interest of the country and I resent having to spend my money in a fight against what should have never been allowed in the first place. In WI, for example, union members in the public sector are voting to fatten their own wallets at the expense of the general population. So the taxpayers are essentially financing both sides, and this is wrong. Of course, that same fundamental unfairness is happening in virtually every election in the country where the Left, largely financed by the the taxpayer, are seeking to increase their share of public expenses. Voters should not be allowed to vote on their own pay and benefits, much like Congress cannot.

When you ask, What's the matter with Kansas?', it may be that we have a group of citizens that believe that they are due no more than what they earn, not what they can steal from others through the legalized theft using the ballot box.

eg8r
05-09-2012, 07:28 AM
Again, must not have been enough occutards, out there raping people in the parks and urinating on police cars, to get their message out. The fact is that you guys really have no idea of the pulse of the voting public.

eg8r

Gayle in MD
05-09-2012, 07:42 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: llotter</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Yes, the Koch Bros. have injected millions and there are other big sponsors along with millions of small guys like me.

<span style="color: #CC0000">Check out the statistics. Most of the contributions on the right are from hidden money, corporate money, not money from the guy on the street. </span>

We are contributing to defeat RINOs and Democrats and I say, 'It's about time citizens finally have organized and become focused on taking our country back from the big government lefties that have been running our country into the ground for decades'.


<span style="color: #CC0000">Republicans and Republican Presidents, are the ones who grew the government.

Charts have already been posted here, that prove it.

We had Two Democratic presidents after Kennedy was assassinated. We had Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Bush and Bush, and over a decade of Republicans spending money in The House. The last Bush spent and borrowed more than all before him. All of them grew the Federal Goverrnment. Only clinton left a BUDGET SURPLUS.</span>

The Left has been organized through various interest groups, unions, academia and bureaucrats with large scale funding both large, like Soros and small, like union members. Their organizing skills have given a small minority a very large and effective voice in how our society is run. The results have been disastrous.

<span style="color: #CC0000">LOL, Republicans had control well over a decade before the crash. In the six to ten years of the growing bubble in the housing market, Republicans had both ends of Penn. Avenue. Bush ignored the warnings about EVERYTHING from hurricanes to foreign terrorist attacks to the growing housing bubble, to home foreclosures, and all of his responses were either zilch or disastrous.

Bush and the Republicans borrowed more money than all previous administrations combined, in the run up to the crash. </span>

Largely the Left has been using the ballot box in their own self-interest rather than in the interest of the country and I resent having to spend my money in a fight against what should have never been allowed in the first place.

<span style="color: #990000">LOL, using the ballot box is called voting. I resent Bush have borrowed this country into a debt ditch! Spending after cutting taxes and launching two wars, a major new costly Prescription Drug Entitlement, five years of warring, spending and borrowing, AND he grew the Federal Governmennt tremendously!</span>



In WI, for example, union members in the public sector are voting to fatten their own wallets at the expense of the general population.


<span style="color: #CC0000"> Union members are American Workers, teachers, firemen, policement, your neighbors.

When we didn't have Unions, we had inhumane annd dangerous working conditions, particularly for women and children.

If you are worried about the Governmennt taking money out of your wallet, take a look at what money was usesd for launching war on lies, used to give away subsidies to Millionaires and billionaires, Corporate thieves, like the oil industry, marking up record profits, getting corporate welfare, and throwing Americans out of work to outsource American jobs.</span>

[size:14pt]So the taxpayers are essentially financing both sides, and this is wrong. Of course, that same fundamental unfairness is happening in virtually every election in the country where the Left, largely financed by the the taxpayer, are seeking to increase their share of public expenses. Voters should not be allowed to vote on their own pay and benefits,


<span style="color: #CC0000">BWA HA HA HA HA. That one takes the cake! </span>
When you ask, What's the matter with Kansas?', it may be that we have a group of citizens that believe that they are due no more than what they earn, not what they can steal from others through the legalized theft using the ballot box. </div></div>


<span style="color: #990000">The book was asking the question, 'Why do Republican voters in the flyover states, vote for the very
people (the Republican party) which designs, promotes and brings to fruition, the very economic circumstances which those same voters whine about. That has been the question which has been behind all of the books which have studied the mindset of other historical instances of people following radicals right into their graves. Why do righties line up like Lemmings, and vote for or support the very leaders who are cutting their throats and taking away their right to have a voice in what happens to them.

That is the question. As for this state election, Republicans chose a mann who would fall into line, annd be just another Lemming, and then the corporations who will be the ones bribing him, came in with over four million dollars to use in their propaganda attacks on the air.

The Tea Party types did what they always do. Line up and run right over the cliff.

G.</span>

LWW
05-13-2012, 04:59 AM
How dare you and th Kochs dare use wealth which rightfully belongs to he state to oppose the state which grants you everything you have.