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Posted By: Pluperfect, 7/6/2020 4:59:06 AM

I want to know the name of one single voter who cried out, “Take that, Columbus Day! And now that Fort Benning is known as Fort Diversity Rainbow Unicorn, I shall cast my ballot proudly for the generic GOP stooge who helped make that happen because when my country is burning and I am under attack, I want to be represented by people whose first inclination is to suck up to the Democrats!” What’s this guy’s name, GOP geniuses? Who is this mystery voter you are courting at the expense of people otherwise inclined to support you? I’d like to meet him, and to sell him a bridge.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: DCGIRL 7/6/2020 5:33:07 AM (No. 468505)
What I really love about Tucker is that he calls out the real enemies within our party. It's time for us to say enough and send them packing. We don't senators or congressman that run for cover every time BLM says something. We need representatives that will stand up and fight.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: hoosierblue 7/6/2020 7:01:28 AM (No. 468560)
What we need are strong conservatives. Not party members. Sometimes it is hard to find them in the Republican party and virtually impossible in the Democratic party. I will not donate a cent to any party. If I see a candidate that I like, I donate directly to them.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: KatieJo 7/6/2020 7:15:34 AM (No. 468568)
These people are seriously mentally impaired, or they are on the other side. I think it's the latter.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Daisymay 7/6/2020 8:07:23 AM (No. 468636)
Another Stellar Article from Kurt! He says it like it is! Too bad he didn't name names. There are a lot of our Reps in Congress who are just there for the Paycheck and Benefits (for life). We need to change that set up to when you leave Congress, your perks end! That's how it works in the Real World! Also, it should be easier to recall a Rep or Senator who does NOT do the will of those he Represents (are you listening Mitt)? Term Limits!! The People want them, the members of Congress do not. We need to win on that one!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: F15 Gork 7/6/2020 8:14:49 AM (No. 468649)
Uniparty - that is the problem. Both sides ride for the same brand - big government.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: wakeupcall 7/6/2020 8:50:25 AM (No. 468691)
Matthew 12:25 - 26 25 And Jesus knew their thoughts, and said unto them, Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand: 26 And if Satan cast out Satan, he is divided against himself; how shall then his kingdom stand? The evil in this case in our current perspective are the Marxist Communist democrats, rino's, liberals, independents, etc.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: hisself 7/6/2020 9:19:03 AM (No. 468728)
So how do we get the idiots in Congress to read this, or have it read to them?
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Reply 8 - Posted by: 49 Ford 7/6/2020 9:44:30 AM (No. 468748)
People speak of term limits, but in the absence of a constitutional amendment the courts - and not just the Obamabots - would quickly strike down any legislation. And does anyone seriously believe that the incumbents would vote to term limit themselves? And what good would term limits do if there is a dearth of electable conservative talent waiting in the wings to fill the gaps? I don't know this for a fact, I but suspect that the liberal Beltway culture and relentless media hostility towards conservatives combine to discourage talented people with principles from entering political life.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: MDConservative 7/6/2020 9:49:24 AM (No. 468754)
You left off legalizing the residential use of machine guns in gated communities to mow down those who trespass, Kurt. Maybe tactical nukes in urban centers in revolt, too. Really...more boob bait and abuse of Federal government assets to enforce local laws. Back to the basic point: "We already have a group of dishonest suckers undermining the country. They are called 'Democrats' and we don’t need two parties of them." We have one party of them with two divisions, called the UNIPARTY. The national-level game is fixed. It's why Trump is under a four-year siege with little but lip service defense from "his side". Until that fact is accepted, as long as we continue to service the belief of a competitive two-party system, The Swamp will expand and government will "spread it around" at the public's expense - with part of that paid in individual liberty.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: pros7767 7/6/2020 9:54:13 AM (No. 468758)
Now THIS should be a Must Read!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: banal_resentive 7/6/2020 9:56:16 AM (No. 468765)
Klingon-style honorable retirement.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Strike3 7/6/2020 10:38:24 AM (No. 468805)
Kurt provides an excellent set of suggestions at article's end to reestablish rights to self-defense that we should already have and do have in God's eyes. Authorities want honest people to be afraid to use firearms because the trend is to now consider the criminal the innocent party when he gets shot for attacking you. No mother should have to suffer a bunch of goons jumping on her car when her children are aboard and anything done in self-defense should be legal in escaping such a situation. Once people who obstruct traffic get flattened it will encourage others to stay off the roads. In the absence of police more and more people will be faced with situations that a 911 call will not fix. Real Americans will not hesitate to protect their families.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: mathman 7/6/2020 10:46:23 AM (No. 468814)
Simple solution. Elect only those with a record of carrying out past promises. Too many pretend to be Republicans just get at the trough. Then they piggishly fill their own bellies at the expense of the rest of us. No member of Congress should leave office worth more than when he/she entered. If we can get a Constitutional Convention by the States, we can overthrow this abominable lack of term limits for Congress Critters. 12 years and OUT. And while they are at it, limit pay to employees of Congress Critters.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: kidsmom 7/6/2020 2:10:53 PM (No. 469082)
This is exactly why I love Trump. He immediately set about trying to keep the promises he made to the American people during the campaign. What you saw was what you got; unfortunately, he got stalemated by his own congress, who were too afraid of not being reelected to be as bold as they should have been. This next election will be won by prayer and steadfastness and voter turnout. We must be bold and not shirk our duty to our country and our President. Our children's future depends on it.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: stablemoney 7/6/2020 3:16:31 PM (No. 469147)
No doubt Gov Greg Abbot captured a ton of Democrat voters with his compulsory mask mandate, issued by decree, not via debate and law making. I don't think Greg has asked any of his voters what they think about opening Texas all the way, and I suspect he won't.
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