GOP, Dems try to repackage arguments for 2014

GOP, Dems try to repackage arguments for 2014

ATLANTA (AP) – Both Republicans and Democrats are looking for fresh ways to pitch old arguments as they head into the final midterm election year of Barack Obama’s presidency. SOURCE

Barack Hussein Obama, through his ineptness as President, has all but handed the GOP the Senate and in all probability, some serious gains in the House of Representatives, but then you have to think of this; the GOP has been known to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

The GOP has to make an effort this time around; the efforts of the GOP in the last two presidential elections have been much less than stellar.

The GOP suffers from an internal division that is unknown to the Democrats.

Dems will vote for whatever comes along, the more liberal the better, and if a Dem candidate promises FREE CHEESE for all of those that are too lazy to work, claim fake disability or have learned how to *game* the system, well, that’s all it takes to carry an election. Dems vote for the biggest liars and the most unscrupulous politicians they can find.

“A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the people discover they can vote themselves largess out of the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidate promising the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that democracy always collapses over a loose fiscal policy–to be followed by a dictatorship.” ~ Alexander Fraser Tytler

That is what I see taking place right now within the Democratic party and their leadership, they have figured out that FREE CHEESE equates to votes and rank and file Democrats eat it up, never even considering the ramifications.

Republicans have a wedge driven between the ranks right now; there is an internal battle taking place between the old establishment Republicans and Conservatives.

Many Conservatives, nearly all actually, see the old, hardline GOP as RINOs, Republicans In Name Only, and in far too many instances the Conservatives are quite correct. If you doubt that, take a look at House Speaker John Boehner, Rep. Paul Ryan, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Sen. John McCain. These are some of the most prominent leaders in the GOP.

The above mentioned gentlemen see Conservatives as wild *fire brands* that are stirring things up for the sake of stirring things up. They call Sen. Ted Cruz a *whacko bird*, they see the TEA Party as some sort of radical political wing of the Conservatives in America while many of them owe their seats in the House and Senate to the TEA Party and its members.

Don’t take me wrong, there are good people on both sides of the GOP/Conservative equation, their ideas are not that far apart, their beliefs are, for the most part, fairly close together, but the ideologies must be brought together and focused on one thing and one thing only; a resounding victory in 2014 and again in 2016.

We must take America back!

We, The People can’t allow our rights to be taken as we sit idly by and watch freedom erode away in this nation. We can’t allow America to become a sanctuary for Islamic terrorists that exploit our religious freedoms only to turn them against us as they try to impose Sharia Law on America.

We can’t allow this nation to be over-run by ILLEGALS coming here and being granted citizenship by the stroke of a Liberal pen. We can’t allow amnesty to happen here in America.

We can’t continue to spend money we don’t have. We must stop sending money to nations that hate us. If they are going to hate us no matter what, let them hate us for free.

We must stop welfare and health scams and the people that perpetrate them; they are costing this nation untold BILLIONS of dollars, money that could be spent taking care of those that have served this nation, giving up life and limb for America and what we are supposed to stand for. Support our Veterans!

And speaking for me, my first idea of how to cut the expenses this nation incurs would be to curtail ALL vacations for Barack Hussein Obama and his family. That action, in and of itself would save this nation a HUGE sum of tax dollars that could be well spent elsewhere.

The GOP can either work to end its inner strife and get this nation back on a course of national pride and fiscal responsibility or we can prepare ourselves to suffer the consequences as Obama and Company consider another victory as a mandate to finish breaking America and killing our once great nation!

No More RINOs 2

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9 Responses to GOP, Dems try to repackage arguments for 2014

  1. NativeSon says:

    IF the ‘Pubs can gain control–HUSSEIN will merely govern by Executive Order. The ‘Pubs don’t have the appendages which are covered with pubes to stand up to him and the DEMOnS! And all the rats (free cheese eaters) will cry “racist” and riot to get their way…

  2. I go back, again and again, to the quote from my Civics teacher, in the 60s, Mr Hartman, bearded as he was:

    “Democrats don’t win elections; Republicans lose them.”


  3. Wayne says:

    Fred, I still say our election system is rigged. Until we have rid ourselves of the programmable voting machines, elections will be stolen right out from under us. I plan to get involved with the group True The Vote, it’s part of my New Years resolution. I just can’t believe the majority (citizens of good standing in our communities) would willfully vote for these communist bastards, regardless of all the free cheese in Wisconsin.

    • BobF says:

      BINGO Wayne. Fifty nine (59) voting districts in Philadelphia and nine districts in Ohio didn’t have ONE vote cast for Mitt Romney. Anyone with enough brains to pour piss out of a boot knows that’s impossible but it supposedly happened and as far as I know, it hasn’t been investigated.

  4. Bunkerville says:

    It looks like that there are at least 5 or 6 GOP candidates running for the seats up for grabs in most states. Karl rove will work his magic once again.

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