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  posted on 6/25/2014 at 05:16 PM
this is funny as sh*t...Cavuto blasts Bachmann about Boehners lawsuit thing on FOX....he almost shoots himself in the head

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1M4YzLaywQ


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  posted on 6/25/2014 at 05:34 PM
Cavuto doing an easy job...just letting the moron Bachmann be herself. She has no clue how badly she presents herself. I thought when she was running for president & doing primary debates that it was about as low as she could look. But this takes her down yet lower to another level of ignorance. Even Cavuto of home base, FOX was frustrated trying to conduct an interview with this "Phi Betta Kappa".

This from the same woman who was going to "cure the gays" with hubby, Marcus.

 

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  posted on 6/25/2014 at 08:02 PM
The party of STUPID.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 07:22 AM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 09:01 AM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 09:07 AM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.


So, only limited to Minn.? The rest of the states are full of high info. GOP voters?

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 09:21 AM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.


So, only limited to Minn.? The rest of the states are full of high info. GOP voters?


The rest of the States are full of voters sick to death of RINO's. I can tell you that.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 09:54 AM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.


So, only limited to Minn.? The rest of the states are full of high info. GOP voters?


The rest of the States are full of voters sick to death of RINO's. I can tell you that.


That would explain why a long time GOP senator from Mississippi just defeated a tea party hack in the primary this week?

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 11:54 AM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.


So, only limited to Minn.? The rest of the states are full of high info. GOP voters?


The rest of the States are full of voters sick to death of RINO's. I can tell you that.


That would explain why a long time GOP senator from Mississippi just defeated a tea party hack in the primary this week?


However, the Tea Party Hack captured more Republican votes than Cochran in the runoff.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 12:44 PM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.


So, only limited to Minn.? The rest of the states are full of high info. GOP voters?


The rest of the States are full of voters sick to death of RINO's. I can tell you that.


That would explain why a long time GOP senator from Mississippi just defeated a tea party hack in the primary this week?


However, the Tea Party Hack captured more Republican votes than Cochran in the runoff.


The only thing that matters is that Cochran returns to Washington & the Tea Party lost another primary. Cochran was a bit smarter in his campaigning than the ideological TP candidate...not surprising. So the lesson is that open primaries cut both ways - hurt Cantor (incumbent) in Va. but helped Cochran (incumbent) in Mississippi.

The Tea Party loser , Chris McDaniel said this when asked about Hurricane Katrina relief for the devastation in Mississippi -

But when asked about whether he would have even voted for the relief by a reporter, Chris McDaniel said “I don’t know” and “that’s not an easy vote to cast.”

I get all the anti DC rhetoric by the Tea Party, but when your home state suffers massive destruction, there is a purpose for federal relief. Not a good choice of words in a campaign for the home state voters when many of them were wiped out by Katrina.

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 01:17 PM
LOL here is more Crazy from your favorite GOP Network

Fox Host Suspicous That World Cup Is Designed As A Distraction To Help Obama

"Let's roll out the marijuana, pull back the laws, and get people even more crazy about yet another entertainment event."

http://mediamatters.org/video/2014/06/26/foxs-ablow-is-a-little-suspicious- that-the-worl/199895

 

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  posted on 6/26/2014 at 06:40 PM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.


So, only limited to Minn.? The rest of the states are full of high info. GOP voters?


The rest of the States are full of voters sick to death of RINO's. I can tell you that.


That would explain why a long time GOP senator from Mississippi just defeated a tea party hack in the primary this week?


However, the Tea Party Hack captured more Republican votes than Cochran in the runoff.


The only thing that matters is that Cochran returns to Washington & the Tea Party lost another primary.


You don't think it's meaningful that Cochran won his election without strong support from his own party? Regardless, it seems in keeping with my original response that you appeared to disagree with. Republican voters are sick to death of RiNO'S.

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 06:55 AM
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The party of STUPID.


What is that expression we keep reading out here? Oh, oh... it's the party that appeals to the low information voters.


In Minnesota maybe. The State that also brought us Jesse Ventura and Al Franken.


So, only limited to Minn.? The rest of the states are full of high info. GOP voters?


The rest of the States are full of voters sick to death of RINO's. I can tell you that.


That would explain why a long time GOP senator from Mississippi just defeated a tea party hack in the primary this week?


However, the Tea Party Hack captured more Republican votes than Cochran in the runoff.


The only thing that matters is that Cochran returns to Washington & the Tea Party lost another primary.


You don't think it's meaningful that Cochran won his election without strong support from his own party? Regardless, it seems in keeping with my original response that you appeared to disagree with. Republican voters are sick to death of RiNO'S.


Elections are decided by voters - Dems, Repubs, Independents, whatevers. What don't you get? The total votes count, and in the end, it doesn't matter what the makeup of what's in the ballot box. You can ignore the total vote and justify your points by slicing & dicing the vote however you want, but the Tea Party guy beaten. Cochran returns to DC. It's basic math.

Maybe the GOP will change the rules in Miss. to have closed primaries. Your party seems to like changing rules to limit votes. Maybe then the means desired results can be manipulated or controlled to achieve a victory for the chosen one.

Try extrapolating your logic to federal elections, and in the end the person with the most votes wins.

You're always clamoring for more conservative candidates to run in elections. That didn't work out well in Miss. nor in South Carolina. It's flawed reasoning. The results do not support your theory.


 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 07:22 AM
Cavuto is a wall street groupie and not a card carrying conservative like hannity. if this was hannities interview bachman would be on his right knee and palin on his left.

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 07:25 AM
Stephen Colbert's Bats**t Serious - The Vast Government Soccer Conspiracy

http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/videos/suqg0f/stephen-colbert-s-bats--t-seri ous---the-vast-government-soccer-conspiracy

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 09:50 AM

You don't think it's meaningful that Cochran won his election without strong support from his own party? Regardless, it seems in keeping with my original response that you appeared to disagree with. Republican voters are sick to death of RiNO'S.


Elections are decided by voters - Dems, Repubs, Independents, whatevers. What don't you get? The total votes count, and in the end, it doesn't matter what the makeup of what's in the ballot box. You can ignore the total vote and justify your points by slicing & dicing the vote however you want, but the Tea Party guy beaten. Cochran returns to DC. It's basic math.



I don't have any problem with math. You're missing the point.

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 10:03 AM
seems like your point is that only republicans should be allowed to vote for republicans in a primary and only democrats should be allowed to vote for democrats and if you won't identify as one of those you shouldn't be allowed to vote.

is that your point?

 

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You don't think it's meaningful that Cochran won his election without strong support from his own party? Regardless, it seems in keeping with my original response that you appeared to disagree with. Republican voters are sick to death of RiNO'S.


Elections are decided by voters - Dems, Repubs, Independents, whatevers. What don't you get? The total votes count, and in the end, it doesn't matter what the makeup of what's in the ballot box. You can ignore the total vote and justify your points by slicing & dicing the vote however you want, but the Tea Party guy beaten. Cochran returns to DC. It's basic math.



I don't have any problem with math. You're missing the point.


No. I'm not missing your point or theory. I understand that concept, but in the end, you making a simple generalization does not change the outcome. Can you point to quantifiable studies that show "Republican voters are sick to death of RiNO'S"? It's a cute catch phrase, but beyond that, what?

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 10:30 AM
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seems like your point is that only republicans should be allowed to vote for republicans in a primary and only democrats should be allowed to vote for democrats and if you won't identify as one of those you shouldn't be allowed to vote.

is that your point?


No, it's not. Forget it.

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 10:33 AM
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No. I'm not missing your point or theory. I understand that concept, but in the end, you making a simple generalization does not change the outcome. Can you point to quantifiable studies that show "Republican voters are sick to death of RiNO'S"? It's a cute catch phrase, but beyond that, what?

Which RiNOs are republican voters sick of? And what exactly is a RiNO in your world? Anyone who isn't a self-described tea partier? Anyone who doesn't vote in lock-step with the tea party line? Anyone who doesn't make repeal of Obamacare their #1 campaign issue? Anyone that doesn't think suing POTUS is a good idea? Is it even possible to be open-minded enough to be considered moderate and not be a RiNO?

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seems like your point is that only republicans should be allowed to vote for republicans in a primary and only democrats should be allowed to vote for democrats and if you won't identify as one of those you shouldn't be allowed to vote.

is that your point?


No, it's not. Forget it.

Seemed like that was your point to me as well. Now I guess we'll never know.

 

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seems like your point is that only republicans should be allowed to vote for republicans in a primary and only democrats should be allowed to vote for democrats and if you won't identify as one of those you shouldn't be allowed to vote.

is that your point?


No, it's not. Forget it.

Seemed like that was your point to me as well. Now I guess we'll never know.


Not unless you re-read the posts. That might help.

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 11:16 AM
This is really becoming entertining:
Ann Coulter Blasts World Cup Fans as Essentially Unpatriotic in Anti-Soccer Column

“I promise you: No American whose great-grandfather was born here is watching soccer,” Coulter says

The U.S. just advanced to the next round of the World Cup, but Ann Coulter is unimpressed with soccer. In a column for her website titled “America's Favorite National Pastime: Hating Soccer,” she argues that the internationally beloved sport is inherently antithetical to her country's system of values.

The conservative pundit compiled a list of reasons why hating the internationally beloved sport is not only a natural reaction to frequent low scores but also emblematic of liberal values she abhors.

“Individual achievement is not a big factor in soccer. In a real sport, players fumble passes, throw bricks and drop fly balls — all in front of a crowd,” Coulter said.

“In soccer, the blame is dispersed and almost no one scores anyway. There are no heroes, no losers, no accountability, and no child's fragile self-esteem is bruised. There's a reason perpetually alarmed women are called ‘soccer moms,” not “football moms.'”

Coulter faced heavy scrutiny after mocking first lady Michelle Obama's heartfelt Twitter plea to “#BringBackOurGirls” from Nigeria, but that didn't stop her from going after another of the left's leading lady in her anti-soccer column.

“I resent the force-fed aspect of soccer. The same people trying to push soccer on Americans are the ones demanding that we love HBO's ‘Girls,’ light-rail, Beyonce and Hillary Clinton,” Coulter argued, taking shots at an array of liberal targets. “The number of New York Times articles claiming soccer is ‘catching on’ is exceeded only by the ones pretending women's basketball is fascinating.”

As TheWrap previously reported, World Cup soccer is catching fire, though perhaps not within the demographics she targets. In the USA's match last week against Portugal, 18.9 million viewers turned into EPSN, but the event wasn't exactly a hit in Middle America.

Is it because soccer is generally regarded as an international sport and there is a relative lack of diversity in the “red states” as compared to the larger markets on the coast?

Whatever the reason, we imagine Coulter is pleased. “Any growing interest in soccer can only be a sign of the nation's moral decay,” she asserted.

“If more ‘Americans’ are watching soccer today, it's only because of the demographic switch effected by Teddy Kennedy's 1965 immigration law. I promise you: No American whose great-grandfather was born here is watching soccer.”

http://www.thewrap.com/anne-coulter-blasts-world-cup-fans-anti-soccer-colum n/

 

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seems like your point is that only republicans should be allowed to vote for republicans in a primary and only democrats should be allowed to vote for democrats and if you won't identify as one of those you shouldn't be allowed to vote.

is that your point?


No, it's not. Forget it.

Seemed like that was your point to me as well. Now I guess we'll never know.


Not unless you re-read the posts. That might help.


Or you could just come out and say it. And I would be interested to understand your RINOs comment as well (see questions a few posts ago).

 

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  posted on 6/27/2014 at 01:05 PM
I would basically say a Rino is a non-conservative. A republican who doesn't adhere to or live up to conservative principles as which at least one time defined the Republican Party. What happened down in Mississippi is sickening. Liberal democrats decided the republican primary. Not only that it was done with the sleaziest of campaigns with Robo calls calling the liberal base claiming the tea party candidate is racist. So instead of a real alternative we have an "establishment candidate who has been in office for 40 years getting a chance to go back to the senate. So some incredible uniformed ignorant voters decided the election. They got help with the establishment Republicans such as John McCain and Mitch O’Connell There is just a couple of names of who "we" are sick of. By the way where is McCain’s outrage over pork spending which Cochran openly campaigned on?
I would laugh at if it was so sad that ignorant bashing of the Tea party gets from these insiders and liberals. The Tea party believes in personal freedom, capitalism, following the constitution and spending within our means which means cutting government. What radicalism!
Which scares the sh##t out of the establishment. You can call it what you want Tea party, Reagan Democrats, or the conservative movement and it is being attacked by the elitist both from Democrats and establishment Republicans.

If true conservative ran the country the IRS wouldn't be criminally attacking political opponents. A matter of fact if we had “our way” there wouldn't be an IRS and we would have at the least a flat tax system. Also if true conservative ran this country we wouldn't have a criminal attorney General deciding what laws to enforce and blatantly letting the IRS commit the crimes it is committing.
You would be allowed for the dog to eat your homework but you would be prosecuted if you are in government and tear the constitution apart and don’t follow the law. To the full extent of the law. You know what following the law is
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