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It's interesting (and old) news, but I don't think it will be Paul or Romney.

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Fuck Romney. I can't believe that guy is actually going to try and run against Obama after his Romneycare catastrophe in Massachusetts. I hope to God the RNC is not that fucking ignorant in letting this guy get the nod for the GOP.

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It's interesting (and old) news, but I don't think it will be Paul or Romney.
Better be someone good because if the tea party runs an independent, obama will easily get another 4 years.

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Tea Party will vote for anyone running against the Fuhrer. He'll be a non-factor after he gets de-nutted here in a few months anyway.

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He is smarter than you think. There is reason for 2014 healthcare reform.

As long as the economy is improving and unemployment is declining, it is going to be a battle for the gop to win.

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With no house or senate, Barry would be like Clinton in his second term...lean "right", or be a total failure. Funny how Bill became a "moderate" after that mid-term massacre in '94. 2010 will make that look like "Ned and the first reader". There are no true signs of recovery. It's all smoke and mirrors. Jobless claims jumped dramatically yesterday, and foreclosures are through the roof. If gas prices don't slow down, it will kill any kind of recovery. Things are just too fragile. When the tax refunds and the home buying incentives are gone, we'll see the real destruction.

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Tea Party will vote for anyone running against the Fuhrer. He'll be a non-factor after he gets de-nutted here in a few months anyway.
Do not underestimate the Republican Party's ability to fuck things up. The RNC is already fucking up beyond all recognition. The RNC chairman is a moron. He needs to resign.

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Do not underestimate the Republican Party's ability to fuck things up. The RNC is already fucking up beyond all recognition. The RNC chairman is a moron. He needs to resign.

IMO his replacement should be Newt. I don't see him ever winning the Presidency but he sure as hell could help another guy get the job.
I don't disagree about the RNC. However, I do think that Barry is a bigger fuck-up than the RNC and Micheal Steele put together. I also think the American people are beginning to recognize it. Gingrich could definitely pull it together. Hussein Obama had a "perfect storm" working for him in '08, and I think it's done.

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I don't disagree about the RNC. However, I do think that Barry is a bigger fuck-up than the RNC and Micheal Steele put together. I also think the American people are beginning to recognize it. Gingrich could definitely pull it together. Hussein Obama had a "perfect storm" working for him in '08, and I think it's done.
I dunno. I think there are still enough blind and dumb sheep out there that think Obama's doing a great job to give him another term.


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I don't disagree about the RNC. However, I do think that Barry is a bigger fuck-up than the RNC and Micheal Steele put together. I also think the American people are beginning to recognize it. Gingrich could definitely pull it together. Hussein Obama had a "perfect storm" working for him in '08, and I think it's done.
I certainly hope you're right.

On the other hand, I don't have a lot of confidence in the Republicans actually righting the course of this ship we call the United States. I still consider both parties to be two sides of the same coin.

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These freaking polls crack me up. Who were the main contenders in '05? I doubt it was McCain and Obama.

I think approval ratings on individuals in office may have some merit, but polls about people who may run in 3 years, not so much.

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The Reps and the Dems are no longer the deciding votes in national elections. It's the "independents", and Barry has clearly lost them.
It's important to remember that EVERY news story and poll result can be slanted. For example, a recent article in the NYT stated that "only 12% of all Tea Party members are black". Probably true, but blacks make up 15% of the population, too.

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I dunno. I think there are still enough blind and dumb sheep out there that think Obama's doing a great job to give him another term.
Could be, but without the house and the senate, he might as well spend more time on the White House basketball court...he won't get shit done in the Oval Office.

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Fuck Romney. I can't believe that guy is actually going to try and run against Obama after his Romneycare catastrophe in Massachusetts. I hope to God the RNC is not that fucking ignorant in letting this guy get the nod for the GOP.
I can see this happening, republican voters choosing to vote for someone who has a better chance at winning, over someone who supports real conservative values. we saw this in many of the primaries earlier this year, especially right here in texas, madina had all the momentum of the tea party, but when it came time to vote, republicans went with perry.

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I can see this happening, republican voters choosing to vote for someone who has a better chance at winning, over someone who supports real conservative values. we saw this in many of the primaries earlier this year, especially right here in texas, madina had all the momentum of the tea party, but when it came time to vote, republicans went with perry.
I voted for Medina even after her meltdown. I will be voting for Perry in November because he is by FAR the most conservative candidate. Who will you vote for?

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I voted for Medina even after her meltdown. I will be voting for Perry in November because he is by FAR the most conservative candidate. Who will you vote for?
I voted for medina, personally I do not see Perry as being very conservative (he has raised "surcharge fees", a fancy word for taxes, we still have death panels under the texas health and safety code, and lets not forget his mandate ordering girls to take Gardasil). I do not see him as a very good leader, he has not done shit to protect the border, instead he blames the counties and the feds and everyone but him self.

that said, I highly doubt I will be voting for bill white either.

what texas should be concerned with right now, is that sooner or later this shit in mexico is going to spill over into our state. and we should not assume that washington is going to do anything to support us. I would love to see a candidate on either side me more pro active on protecting texas.

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if ron paul ran against obama he would smoke the mesiah!

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I voted for medina, personally I do not see Perry as being very conservative (he has raised "surcharge fees", a fancy word for taxes, we still have death panels under the texas health and safety code, and lets not forget his mandate ordering girls to take Gardasil). I do not see him as a very good leader, he has not done shit to protect the border, instead he blames the counties and the feds and everyone but him self.

that said, I highly doubt I will be voting for bill white either.

what texas should be concerned with right now, is that sooner or later this shit in mexico is going to spill over into our state. and we should not assume that washington is going to do anything to support us. I would love to see a candidate on either side me more pro active on protecting texas.
I don't think I ever said Perry was "very" conservative, I said he is the MOST conservative. I hate having to resort to that, but not voting, voting for a candidate who has NO chance of getting elected, or voting for the least conservative (in this case liberal) candidate is not the answer either.

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if ron paul ran against obama he would smoke the mesiah!

give paul a chance!
You RP guys will never give up. He will NEVER get any more than single digit percentage of votes in a national election, and with very good reason. He would have to be the ONLY chance of keeping Obama out before he got my vote.

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I would wager that he does.

I do not.
His lack of response indicates reality set in. He must have noticed that jobless claims were up again and that spending/construction are down. Also up are foreclosures as well as the risk of epic inflation. Down is the number of jobs created by bama's faction and democrat approval ratings are way down.

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His lack of response indicates reality set in. He must have noticed that jobless claims were up again and that spending/construction are down. Also up are foreclosures as well as the risk of epic inflation. Down is the number of jobs created by bama's faction and democrat approval ratings are way down.

I guess bullet is too busy thanking bama for all his glorious accomplishments to post?
He's all about the DJIA. I think he's pretty much a "me" guy. If he's fine, the rest of the country must be...or it just doesn't matter to him.

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I voted for Medina even after her meltdown. I will be voting for Perry in November because he is by FAR the most conservative candidate. Who will you vote for?
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I voted for medina, personally I do not see Perry as being very conservative (he has raised "surcharge fees", a fancy word for taxes, we still have death panels under the texas health and safety code, and lets not forget his mandate ordering girls to take Gardasil). I do not see him as a very good leader, he has not done shit to protect the border, instead he blames the counties and the feds and everyone but him self.

that said, I highly doubt I will be voting for bill white either.

what texas should be concerned with right now, is that sooner or later this shit in mexico is going to spill over into our state. and we should not assume that washington is going to do anything to support us. I would love to see a candidate on either side me more pro active on protecting texas.
You guys need to wake up and realize that perry is a back stabbing closet liberal. He only wants to suck washington's cock so that he can further his career. What has he done for texas lately? What has he done for the cause of conservatism?

Has he been chipping away at the infringement on our gun rights? No. Has he been helping to put a stop to illegal immigration? No. He is a do nothing politician. Unless it's for the cause of liberalism. As we speak he is trying to get a shitload of illegals their citizenship. 12,000 pf them attended the fall semester last year. They came here illegally, and went to collage on your dollar. Not federal money, this is your state tax money. Texas's money. Now after this they they can't get jobs cause they're still illegal. So what does that fag liberal perry do? He's making them citizens, so they can get jobs. He says it has to do with some other fag liberal act from a while back, where for some reason we have to educate their illegal wetback kids. But sure, go vote for him. But if you do, you don't get to complain about liberalism in Texas.

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You guys need to wake up and realize that perry is a back stabbing closet liberal. He only wants to suck washington's cock so that he can further his career. What has he done for texas lately? What has he done for the cause of conservatism?

Has he been chipping away at the infringement on our gun rights? No. Has he been helping to put a stop to illegal immigration? No. He is a do nothing politician. Unless it's for the cause of liberalism. As we speak he is trying to get a shitload of illegals their citizenship. 12,000 pf them attended the fall semester last year. They came here illegally, and went to collage on your dollar. Not federal money, this is your state tax money. Texas's money. Now after this they they can't get jobs cause they're still illegal. So what does that fag liberal perry do? He's making them citizens, so they can get jobs. He says it has to do with some other fag liberal act from a while back, where for some reason we have to educate their illegal wetback kids. But sure, go vote for him. But if you do, you don't get to complain about liberalism in Texas.
Have you ever found a candidate that you agree with 100% of what they do?
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You guys need to wake up and realize that perry is a back stabbing closet liberal. He only wants to suck washington's cock so that he can further his career. What has he done for texas lately? What has he done for the cause of conservatism?

Has he been chipping away at the infringement on our gun rights? No. Has he been helping to put a stop to illegal immigration? No. He is a do nothing politician. Unless it's for the cause of liberalism. As we speak he is trying to get a shitload of illegals their citizenship. 12,000 pf them attended the fall semester last year. They came here illegally, and went to collage on your dollar. Not federal money, this is your state tax money. Texas's money. Now after this they they can't get jobs cause they're still illegal. So what does that fag liberal perry do? He's making them citizens, so they can get jobs. He says it has to do with some other fag liberal act from a while back, where for some reason we have to educate their illegal wetback kids. But sure, go vote for him. But if you do, you don't get to complain about liberalism in Texas.
Okay, who are you going to vote for that is more conservative than Perry and has a legitimate chance of winning?

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Okay, who are you going to vote for that is more conservative than Perry and has a legitimate chance of winning?
Anyone. It doesn't matter if they have "a legitimate chance of winning". Every vote for someone else sends perry a message. If he has to look up one day and say "holy shit! that independent/tea party mother fucker siphoned away 14% of my votes!" Then he will know that his pathetic career is at risk. I absolutely hate the way people say "Well, he's not great, but if we don't vote for him then the other guy gets in." If everyone would just ditch that attitude and vote for someone that really represented their interests, then you wouldn't get these governor goodhair types.

I probly won't be voting republican when it comes to prez in 2012. At least I will know that I did what I could to help clean up the scum. Is it going to take votes away from the lesser of two evils? Sure. But change isn't going to come without sacrifice, guys. If we can get enough people doing that over and over, then once we do get our people in, all of the communism will be done away with. Just voting for the republican because he isn't the communist is very lazy. Not to mention stupid. It only perpetuates the endless cycle. We are the only ones who can change this country. Our politicians can't or won't, they prove that all the time.

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Anyone. It doesn't matter if they have "a legitimate chance of winning". Every vote for someone else sends perry a message. If he has to look up one day and say "holy shit! that independent/tea party mother fucker siphoned away 14% of my votes!" Then he will know that his pathetic career is at risk. I absolutely hate the way people say "Well, he's not great, but if we don't vote for him then the other guy gets in." If everyone would just ditch that attitude and vote for someone that really represented their interests, then you wouldn't get these governor goodhair types.

I probly won't be voting republican when it comes to prez in 2012. At least I will know that I did what I could to help clean up the scum. Is it going to take votes away from the lesser of two evils? Sure. But change isn't going to come without sacrifice, guys. If we can get enough people doing that over and over, then once we do get our people in, all of the communism will be done away with. Just voting for the republican because he isn't the communist is very lazy. Not to mention stupid. It only perpetuates the endless cycle. We are the only ones who can change this country. Our politicians can't or won't, they prove that all the time.
I am as upset about our current politicians as anyone and I have not said vote Republican. I will not vote for someone that has no chance of sinning and let a liberal get into office. I voted for Medina and Perry got my message from that. I will not send a message to a mediocre conservative that allows a liberal to get into office.

You have the right to do that, but I don't call anyone who does that a true conservative. One of the core beliefs of true conservatism is that liberals in office are a bad thing. You young RP conservatives seem to have different views than us traditional conservatives. I just hope we don't get a whole bunch of Obama's into office while you guys watch from some high horse thinking you are doing the right thing.

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I will not vote for someone that has no chance of winning and let a liberal get into office. I will not send a message to a mediocre conservative that allows a liberal to get into office.
A mediocre conservative is a liberal. Therein lies the problem. You are voting for a tiny bit of conservatism, and for a medium amount of liberalism. And both of those go with a whole lot of neutralism, also known as "do nothing". Perry and his ilk give just enough conservatism, to keep themselves in a job. Just enough to keep you saying "Well, it's either him or the commies...sigh". They give you a little sip, a little taste, and then you get happy. Then they ram the knife into your back. I'll never vote for that. I see them for what they truly are. I'm glad you're a conservative. We need more of us out there. But we also need to see that there are many conservative politicians, in name only. We need to get them out and our good people in.

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Anyone. It doesn't matter if they have "a legitimate chance of winning". Every vote for someone else sends perry a message. If he has to look up one day and say "holy shit! that independent/tea party mother fucker siphoned away 14% of my votes!" Then he will know that his pathetic career is at risk. I absolutely hate the way people say "Well, he's not great, but if we don't vote for him then the other guy gets in." If everyone would just ditch that attitude and vote for someone that really represented their interests, then you wouldn't get these governor goodhair types.

I probly won't be voting republican when it comes to prez in 2012. At least I will know that I did what I could to help clean up the scum. Is it going to take votes away from the lesser of two evils? Sure. But change isn't going to come without sacrifice, guys. If we can get enough people doing that over and over, then once we do get our people in, all of the communism will be done away with. Just voting for the republican because he isn't the communist is very lazy. Not to mention stupid. It only perpetuates the endless cycle. We are the only ones who can change this country. Our politicians can't or won't, they prove that all the time.
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Anyone. It doesn't matter if they have "a legitimate chance of winning". Every vote for someone else sends perry a message. If he has to look up one day and say "holy shit! that independent/tea party mother fucker siphoned away 14% of my votes!" Then he will know that his pathetic career is at risk. I absolutely hate the way people say "Well, he's not great, but if we don't vote for him then the other guy gets in." If everyone would just ditch that attitude and vote for someone that really represented their interests, then you wouldn't get these governor goodhair types.

I probly won't be voting republican when it comes to prez in 2012. At least I will know that I did what I could to help clean up the scum. Is it going to take votes away from the lesser of two evils? Sure. But change isn't going to come without sacrifice, guys. If we can get enough people doing that over and over, then once we do get our people in, all of the communism will be done away with. Just voting for the republican because he isn't the communist is very lazy. Not to mention stupid. It only perpetuates the endless cycle. We are the only ones who can change this country. Our politicians can't or won't, they prove that all the time.
Wouldn't you have to get both sides republican and democrat voters to do this for it to work? Good luck with that hope for change.
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A mediocre conservative is a liberal. Therein lies the problem. You are voting for a tiny bit of conservatism, and for a medium amount of liberalism. And both of those go with a whole lot of neutralism, also known as "do nothing". Perry and his ilk give just enough conservatism, to keep themselves in a job. Just enough to keep you saying "Well, it's either him or the commies...sigh". They give you a little sip, a little taste, and then you get happy. Then they ram the knife into your back. I'll never vote for that. I see them for what they truly are. I'm glad you're a conservative. We need more of us out there. But we also need to see that there are many conservative politicians, in name only. We need to get them out and our good people in.
I will be a conservative that doesn't particpate in helping liberals get elected. That is the kind of conservative I want to be.

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Wouldn't you have to get both sides republican and democrat voters to do this for it to work? Good luck with that hope for change.
Geart point! This is what the so-called conservatives forget. Voting for people that have no real chance of getting elected when you claim to be conservative is only helping the far left agenda. How is that conservative?

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I would ask: How is it conservative to vote for a liberal?
Bill White or Rick Perry. Which is better?
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Geart point! This is what the so-called conservatives forget. Voting for people that have no real chance of getting elected when you claim to be conservative is only helping the far left agenda. How is that conservative?
Exactly. If you don't vote against a democrat, you are enabling them to win.
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I would ask: How is it conservative to vote for a liberal?
Are you going to answer the question posed: Perry or White for you?

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I've already said, if there isn't a candidate that I like then I will vote for the little independent guys or no one. I refuse to say that "I condone this liberalism" by casting my vote for a liberal. Cause that's what you're doing. When you vote "yes" you are saying that you approve. No ifs ands or buts. So basically, you approve of perry's liberalism. I don't. And I'll not contribute to it. You believe that two wrongs make a right? It's wrong for the Communists to get into office, and it's wrong for someone who claims not to be but still is, to get in office. Those are two wrongs. You go with either one of them, its not going to make a right.

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I've already said, if there isn't a candidate that I like then I will vote for the little independent guys or no one. I refuse to say that "I condone this liberalism" by casting my vote for a liberal. Cause that's what you're doing. When you vote "yes" you are saying that you approve. No ifs ands or buts. So basically, you approve of perry's liberalism. I don't. And I'll not contribute to it. You believe that two wrongs make a right? It's wrong for the Communists to get into office, and it's wrong for someone who claims not to be but still is, to get in office. Those are two wrongs. You go with either one of them, its not going to make a right.
Do what you want, but your way allows the most liberal to get elected since a conservative vote gets wasted. That is not a truly conservative persons way IMO.

The liberals don;t think the way you do, they vote for the most liberal and don't waste their vote to allow conservative to get into office. How do you think we find ourselves with Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Obama in office? The answer: people who think like you do.

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Because the majority of people got fed up with 8 years of failed neocon leadership that spent almost 2 trillion on a war justified by lies, doubled the national debt, sent unemployment through the roof, while allowing the rich to almost bankrupt America.
Lol, I can't believe I just read that on DFWstangs.
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Lol, I can't believe I just read that on DFWstangs.
Especially since the debt tripled and the unemployment has gone up to 10% in only a year! Hope and Change!

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Especially since the debt tripled and the unemployment has gone up to 10% in only a year! Hope and Change!
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Especially since the debt tripled and the unemployment has gone up to 10% in only a year! Hope and Change!
Not to mention that the housing meltdown was started by the liberals and is being presided over by liberals still.

Bush is still Co-President and so it is still his fault.
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