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 on: Today at 11:23:48 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by Oak Hills
ColinW, altho come to think I may recognize even him.

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 on: Today at 11:22:35 pm 
Started by jimrtex - Last post by Cubby
Thank you!

I wonder if that one district in Southeast Louisiana in the 1860's was actually still represented in Washington during the War or if its just a mistake.

Nebraska once had 6 districts but in a few years might have just 2. Clearly we need to re-occupy the Sandhills. 

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 on: Today at 11:22:18 pm 
Started by Oak Hills - Last post by TNvolunteer
Is Fox actually a conservative Republican?  He sounds like a vaguely moderate pragmatist in his ads talking about infrastructure, debt, and not just serving downtown.  Is this his strategy to win?

Pretty much, he wants and has to stick out among the seven candidates running.
I am rooting for him and hope that Freeman won't make the runoff.

 4 
 on: Today at 11:20:51 pm 
Started by Frodo - Last post by Wulfric
Gray back to 51%. 1674/1811 reporting.

 5 
 on: Today at 11:20:01 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by DeadPrez

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 on: Today at 11:19:44 pm 
Started by Frodo - Last post by gespb19
The entire leadership of the state Democratic Party should resign over this.

Un. F***ing. Believable.

Agree. Rickey Cole and Brandon Jones aren't what the MS DEM party needs.

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 on: Today at 11:18:39 pm 
Started by Frodo - Last post by gespb19
LOLOLOLOLOLOL

https://twitter.com/ewagsterpettus/status/628781522741555200

 8 
 on: Today at 11:18:02 pm 
Started by Frodo - Last post by Harry
The entire leadership of the state Democratic Party should resign over this.

Un. F***ing. Believable.

 9 
 on: Today at 11:17:37 pm 
Started by PR - Last post by DeadPrez
Told yall Jeb is bringing his goons
Dick Cheney understands the world we live in, he has shown tremendous judgement in foreign policy and he is to be commended for sticking to his principles.

The public dislikes him. They like W personally, Cheney doesn't have that warm personality.
You disgust me. Your slurping is unreal.

Look, I see the signature photo you have chosen. I know you care more about the rights of terrorists than the security of American citizens. I know you'd rather this country be a nation of stoners. But some of us understand that this is a dangerous world and that keeping America safe requires a strong military and an overseas presence at times, though we shouldn't be the world's police.

Dick Cheney understands the world we live in, he has shown tremendous judgement in foreign policy and he is to be commended for sticking to his principles.

The public dislikes him. They like W personally, Cheney doesn't have that warm personality.

Tell that to the rest of the world.

Sometimes, making tough decisions isn't popular even when it's right. The fact of the matter is, the U.S. needs to have strong alliances. Our alliances with nations such as Israel, England, Germany, and Poland were stronger under George W. Bush than they are today. But there are folks in foreign countries who believe that Bush and Cheney should have left Saddam Hussein in power to oppress 25 million people, to continue secret prison camps, to continue to murder and rape, and to threaten the world with weapons of mass destruction he was capable of building. There are folks who believe Bush and Cheney should have negotiated with Yassir Arafat, one of the worlds worst terrorists. There are those who believe Bush and Cheney should not have crippled Iran's economy to hurt their ability to go nuclear. I disagree. Bush and Cheney made mistakes here at home, and the strategy in Iraq was flawed for a time, but President Bush, with the Vice President's advice, made tough decisions which have turned out to be the right decisions. Thank God for people like George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Condi Rice, and Paul Wolfowitz.
Translation: I am a neo-con and want to rule the world

I love how the libertarian RINOs love to call everyone who believes in American leadership globally a neo-con. As I have said numerous times, I don't want the U.S. to police the world. I don't believe we should intervene in every conflict. In fact, I think we should minimize instances where we have boots on the ground. But, there is a need for American leadership globally in able to ensure a safer world long term. The U.S. should have bases in places like Kuwait and South Korea. The U.S. should not force democracy across the globe, but we should encourage democracy and try to help those who seek democracy when and if we can. We have a solemn obligation to defeat those who wish us harm. That takes hard work, it takes maintaining strong alliances, it takes a strong military and human intelligence capabilities, it takes defeating terrorists and outlaw regimes.

The fact of the matter is, today the U.S. is not seen as a strong leader in the world because under President Obama, we have not been there for our allies all the time. We have weakened our alliances with nations such as Israel, Germany, and Poland. We've appeased Russia, Cuba, and Iran. The President deserves credit for the surge in Afghanistan, and I happen to believe he made the right decision aiding in the effort to get rid of Gadaphi. Even your pal Rand Paul whined about both of those things. Paul believes we are in the middle east without a declaration of war, we declared war on terror through a vote in congress in 2001, I'm not sure where he's been since then.
 
Rand Paul is simply continuing the family tradition of appeasing radical islam under the guise of somehow protecting our civil liberties. His views are dangerous, he's delusional, and his view is unpatriotic and out of touch with the majority of Americans, including Republicans.
I honestly did not read this.

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 on: Today at 11:12:21 pm 
Started by Mr. Morden - Last post by Wulfric
He'll lead in at least 1 poll in Iowa, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and Minnesota.

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