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by rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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rshill7

Corker can put a cork in it, while catching a cab back to Tennessee. King can castrate himself (if that hasn't happened already), and Mitch McConnell should gather up all of his chins and cheer Cruz, Lee, and Paul on!

It's time for you career a-holes to hop on the train, get out of the train's way, or become juicy but boney charlaton shrapnel, underneath that train.

Chugga chugga choo chooooooo!

Posted 425 days ago.

rshill7

Were Reagan still around, his western boots would be aimed at many a Republican gonad, as goal posts across America saw scores of collapsed testicles sailing through the uprights.

Rand Paul kicked the crap out of Chris Christie in the Mackinac Island straw poll this weekend. Jeb Bush got his ass handed to him as well in that poll. I've got some wicked love and respect for Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Mike Lee.

Another Senate filibuster which includes, at a minimum, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and Rand Paul, will be immensely popular, just as the last one with Rand Paul was. C-Span will once again rise in the ratings as never before, and Twitter/Facebook will be ablaze with the voices of fellow patriots egging them all on.

Corker can put a cork in it, while catching a cab back to Tennessee. King can castrate himself (if that hasn't happened already), and Mitch McConnell should gather up all of his chins and cheer Cruz, Lee, and Paul on!

Posted 425 days ago.

rshill7

Did anyone see the interview with Chris Wallace and ted Cruz? Cruz is simply unshakable and unflappable. Wallace tried his darndest to bait him into something. Nope :-)

Ya' reckon Chris Wallace was raised by Mike Wallace? I do. Ya' reckon Ted Cruz was raised by Rafael Cruz? Of course. Who do you trust more, Rafael Cruz or Mike Wallace?

Ted is doing precisely what the majority of Americans want him to do. If those squishy, sh*theads, commonly called RINO's, want to be on the wrong side of Americans, so be it. They can find work in the private sector, as their former constituents slap the*****out of them in the upcoming primaries. We need Reps and Senators who will stand up with the strength of their constituent's convictions, even if they have none of their own.

This circular firing squad can fire on each other as those like Cruz ascend above it. What a bunch of stupid, tone-deaf, automatons.

Posted 425 days ago.

normanlake

Protesting a corporate tax break! The opposite of the present day T.P. which exists solely to support American Corporateocracy. The latter day tea partiers were condemned by George Washington. The partiers cowardly dressed as Indians. Today's Tea Party is also a bunch of craven cowards, masquerading as patriots, when the goal is to support corporate (Koch) interests. These are actual facts.

Posted 425 days ago.

normanlake

Revisionist rshrill history. Third grade level.

Posted 425 days ago.

rshill7

By the way dinglebumpkin, the Boston tea Party was all about taxation without representation. That's it.

If they were indeed British subjects, they should have had every right, and every bit of representation which every other British subject, including those who'd lived in London all of their lives had. They did not. They had zero representation in the British Parliament.

Not only that, many of the "acts" passed by British Parliament were actually illegal under Britain's own Constitution.

Next time you feel like giving me a history lesson, first take one yourself.

Posted 425 days ago.

rshill7

Is there anything put forth by the left that you don't swallow hook, line and stinker?

We are all "taxed enough already" (TEA), except for those such as yourself who pay zero federal taxes. Had you some skin in the game yourself, you might sing a different tune. You are one of the takers, not one of the producers or contributors. You'll never be able to put yourself in a producer's shoes. So, how does taxing the heck out of rich folks help you?

Take your bloodthirsty guillotine and shove it up your a-s-s.

Posted 425 days ago.

rshill7

That is good for their employees, their stockholders, and opens up more funds which could be dedicated to research and development. Research and development brings better products to market. It also can contribute greatly to better, and lower prices on the products they sell to the masses.

Do ultra-high gas prices help poor people or do they kick them hard in the crotch? Does making Al Gore richer help poor people? Does forcing young people to pay exhorbitant prices for health insurance help those who are already hard-pressed to find gainful employment? No, no, and no.

There has been zero global-warming in 15 years and scientists now predict global-cooling well into the mid 21 century. You can't control the weather. We've had mini-ice ages, and many warm periods too. Weather comes and goes in cycles. If you believe your ancestors were apes, it's no stretch for you to believe other, equally ludicrous lies.

Posted 425 days ago.

rshill7

"...please inform us, oh enlightened one (yes you shrill), just how a smaller tax bill for the Koch Brothers translates into the benefit of ALL Americans." (Saxon...)

First, are they not part of ALL Americans, or does ALL Americans include everyone except them? You tell us how increasing their tax bill will help all Americans. I haven't been stirred into "hysteria" by anything. My current fervor comes from nothing other than current events, and recent history.

Ask JFK why he was so interested in lowering taxes for everyone. Hold a sceance or something, or simply listen to or watch some of his old speeches regarding lowering taxes. He was a democrat, right?

Does raising taxes on rich people who own major businesses raise or lower prices middle and lower class people have to pay for goods? Does it cause the businesses to higher more people? Owners of corporations have a mandated fiduciary responsibility to maximize profits.

Posted 425 days ago.

normanlake

I looked into right wing bloggery, and have found many persons with the same vehement, malicious ideas as one Rshrill. He lacks the courage to provide anything more than crowing about right wing appreciation of his 'wisdom', which is little more than swinish blather.

Posted 425 days ago.

normanlake

You deluded Tea Party 'patriots' have been duped, even as you defend the interests of the wealthy and wanna-be wealthy, and it is not anything new, this movement has been defending the rich for decades.How, please inform us, oh enlightened one (yes you shrill), just how a smaller tax bill for the Koch Brothers translates into the benefit of ALL Americans. The Kochs, who inherited their wealth to begin with, have spent near billions of dollars to fight Climate Change science, in support of their fossil fuel industry, and stirring you rabble wanna-bes into hysteria over the Affordable Health Care Act, when they simply could allow the 'train wreck' to actually go off the tracks, all for Big Business, 'free market' advocates. The original Tea Party opposed tax favors for wealthy British East India Tea Company, while today's version, at the behind the scenes behest of Kochs, opposes taxes on Big Business owners and capitalists, who seek to avoid, escape and defer taxes FOR THEMSELVES.

Posted 425 days ago.

rshill7

Correction: Cast not "your" pearls before swine. Underline the "swine".

Posted 426 days ago.

rshill7

Well, I'm into wisdom. Thou aren't. I recall the admonishment, in Matthew I believe it was, which said something like, and I paraphrase from memory, "Cast not you're pearls before swine...", It also said, "Do not give dogs what is sacred..."

Posted 426 days ago.

HuronHippie

Why are you ashamed to point us to the link? You announced it as though you were a proud parent.

Posted 426 days ago.

HuronHippie

Or perhaps you posted it to the John Birch Society Blog (although none of those exemplary citizens would even know how to use a computer).

Posted 426 days ago.

HuronHippie

Or perhaps you posted it to the John Birch Society Blog (although none of those exemplary citizens would even know how to use a computer).

Posted 426 days ago.

HuronHippie

"I was going to provide you with a link to the essay, including over 90 positive comments from my friends regarding it." Prove to me, SHRILL, that your essay was on a 'national' conservative blog, and that people actually liked it. If you wrote anything people liked, it would be some nazi militia type website.

Posted 426 days ago.

rshill7

Considering you're deaf, dumb and blind to the current uh, current, of the people's tide, you should know, that the American people are overwhelmingly against Obamacare. Not surprised you didn't know that.

Hence, one party decided to listen to the American people, whose combined voices will be received even louder, in the heretofore tone-deaf chamber, called the Senate.

Phone lines will melt, and heads will roll. The voices of the American people will be heard, one way or another.

Obamacare was passed with zero Republican votes. two Democrats from the House have already joined them in the defunding measure...reps from NC and Utah.

I have one viewpoint? Right, my own. How many do you have? Ding dong.

Posted 426 days ago.

normanlake

Crybaby Boehner..."Victory", yes for the do-nothing Congress, who victoriously voted for the 41st time, to repeal ObamaCare. I say repeal funding for Congress, in particular the House, a bunch of do-nothing swine.

Posted 426 days ago.

normanlake

So shrill ahd his essay picked up by a 'national conservative blog'. I am unimpressed, since conservative bloggery does not suggest any particular intelligence, only one simple(minded) viewpoint. He says he got a lot of nice complimentary comments from the conservative base he so jealously defends. He goes on to laud his Scottish ancestry, which is fine in and of itself. BUT, he can decry ancient history of the genocide of Native(Aboriginal) inhabitants of what became 'America'. Post your 'essay' here, only condense it, or guide us to the publication, so we can read it ourselves. Nah, will not happen, shrill has no courage.

Posted 426 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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