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Old 05-19-2014, 10:58 PM   #21
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and this is why the problems will continue and will never change. the Republicans are just as bad as the Democrats. until that cycle is broken and we start electing leaders and changers who will make the proper changes and follow te Constitution, then there will be no change coming anytime soon. the best we can hope for is status quo, but never any real changes. if being stagnant is the best we can hope for, then maybe it's time to wake up and shake up things with something a bit radical.

for too many years, regardless of who was controlling the White House, our nation has steadily fallen upon hard times and with some administrations, it slipped even further. the current administration has taken this counry to lows never seen before, not even during the depression.

it's time for change. maybe it's time we started looking at the independents, and get away from the two parties that have taken us to new lows.
Democrats will never look to a third party (I) candidate. They will vote for Satin himself if he had a (D) after his name.

Your logic will only cause the independent movement within the Republican party, splitting it in two. This will ensure Democrat Victories for decades to come.

Divide and Conqure, that's the name of the Democrats and MSM game and from what I read here it is working swimmingly.

Carry on gentlemen, 8 years of Hillary should teach those Republicans a lesson, Ah. After all, she will only appoint 2-3 Supreme Court Justices, we can handle that, don'tcha think?
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Old 05-20-2014, 12:22 AM   #22
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keep voting the same two parties that have been leading this country to ruin and you will never see any real and positive changes. not ever is that going to happen.

but what does an East Texas redneck know about politics?

i may not know everything about politics, but i do know this. if you keep doing the same things over and over again, that are not working how does a person expect change to happen? simple it doesn't, and it never will. the only way to effect change is to make changes and do things differently.

the two party system isn't working, it hasn't worked in years, and it doesn't take a genuis to figure out it probably isn't going to work in the future either. so common sense says try something different.

common sense, now that would be a truly radical change!
I agree 100% but until a viable third party emerges we are stuck working within the system. We eat breakfast a couple times a week with the superior court judge that handles most of the cases in this area. He knows things we cannot find out. Quite often he doesn't divulge what he knows. He simply points out the bums and he is seldom wrong.

As a group we didn't like the woman that was appointed clerk of court (elected clerk was in with the thieving sheriff). He said give her a chance. He knew what he was talking about. Suddenly you can actually get a trial in district court instead of whatever the arresting officer wants. A lot of things have changed for the better since she was appointed. Another issue she has fixed is dead people are no longer voting.
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I agree 100% but until a viable third party emerges we are stuck working within the system. We eat breakfast a couple times a week with the superior court judge that handles most of the cases in this area. He knows things we cannot find out. Quite often he doesn't divulge what he knows. He simply points out the bums and he is seldom wrong.

As a group we didn't like the woman that was appointed clerk of court (elected clerk was in with the thieving sheriff). He said give her a chance. He knew what he was talking about. Suddenly you can actually get a trial in district court instead of whatever the arresting officer wants. A lot of things have changed for the better since she was appointed. Another issue she has fixed is dead people are no longer voting.
the point is we the voters have to make a viable third part work. we have to opt for a radical change in how our government works. we the voters need to hold those we elect accountable to us. remember they are suppose to be working for us and not vice versa as has been the situation for way too many years.

if we don't force change, than we can't expect change to happen. until enough people sit back and think things through, and realize, what we have now isn't working, hasn't worked, and in all seriousness, it ain't gonna work anytime in the near future and our only real hope is for a radical change in how things are done politically.

how do we start the change? right here. what we are doing now. discussing options and trying to come up with candidates that have our interests in mind. candidates that are interested in effecting change in the way our countries politics are enacted. candidates that believe in the Constitution and what it represents to our country.

i don't believe even a viable third party candidate will be perfect, but what has been going on for way too long has been bad enough that i want to see something different happen.
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This wouldn't be possible if unconstitutional laws were not passed to regulate the flow of drug money. Obama is just using laws and regulations that are already on the books.

I withdrew $70,000 from my bank account a couple years ago to buy farm equipment from a farm that was in bankruptcy. The bank said they didn't have the cash on hand. This went on for a couple weeks. The equipment was owned by the daughter of a state senator. I called her and told her what was going on. The next day the funds were available at my local branch.

If the republicans get in control they will not undo anything Obama has done. They will add abortion clinics and anything that might allow you to get out of paying a penny of taxes.
Wrong!!! Just sense Jan 1 this administration has enacted 10,000's of NEW regulations. This is the problem, the same people who have the authority to enforce the regulations have the authority to make the regulations!!!
The problem is obvious to anyone with a room temperature IQ who has an open mind!!!!
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Wrong!!! Just sense Jan 1 this administration has enacted 10,000's of NEW regulations. This is the problem, the same people who have the authority to enforce the regulations have the authority to make the regulations!!!
The problem is obvious to anyone with a room temperature IQ who has an open mind!!!!
How exactly would the administration enact 10,000's of new regulations in a few months? They can't pass a budget or agree on what color the sky is. What do those regulations mean? I do have over 10,000's of sheets of TP at home. That's what new regulations mean to me… An endless supply of TP.
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Wrong!!! Just sense Jan 1 this administration has enacted 10,000's of NEW regulations. This is the problem, the same people who have the authority to enforce the regulations have the authority to make the regulations!!!
The problem is obvious to anyone with a room temperature IQ who has an open mind!!!!
With all due respect jim, you have been spending to much time reading alex jones. Snopes is a myth busting website. They have no political agenda other than busting lies.

http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/executiveorders.asp
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you vote for the most conservative person on the ticket. you vote for the other guy anytime an established republocrat gets primaried. thats how you go about it inside the system.

you show up to town meetings know who your voting in on town school and local elections.

you show up and lodge complaints when schools teach white privilige and common core.

just for starters

this means when you have an obama vs romney election you hold your nose and vote romney then primary the sob republocrat in the next cycle

In I had to explain just this to an aide working in my Congressman's office. When he finally understood what I was talking about, he rushed me off the phone. Let's see what the next letter from my Congressman says. Not like I want to p him off, he's trying to help me with my case.


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Apparently I might be wrong about some Republicans. Now we have to wait and see. This might be all talk or the Republicans will introduce a bill.

Republican lawmakers accused the Obama administration Monday of overreach in its stringent scrutiny of industries it considers “high risk,” saying legislation may be needed to rein in a regulation regime that has targeted gun retailers, who complain that federal action is limiting their access to banks and squeezing them out of business.
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, Missouri Republican and vice chairman of the House Committee on Small Business, noted that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has directed banks to apply extra scrutiny to “high risk” businesses — such as gun sellers, pornography shops and drug paraphernalia stores — that use payment processors such as PayPal for credit card transactions.
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With all due respect jim, you have been spending to much time reading alex jones. Snopes is a myth busting website. They have no political agenda other than busting lies.

http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/executiveorders.asp
The problem here is you either did not read what a said or you don't understand how 'regulatory' agencies work.
The EPA is a prime example. They were created by 'legislation' but they make their own 'regulations' and enforce them as if they were 'law', which they are not. Laws come from the legislative branch, regulations come from the executive branch.
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If anyone read the Article, were going to have Kelly McMillan on tonight,


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