Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) is right. He says Republicans should pull away from the “bomb everybody” mind-set. There is a big market for votes with that philosophy and it’s the right thing to do also. This is where Republicans once stood on the political spectrum - nonintervention advocates.
Democrats started no-win wars in Korea and Vietnam and Republicans foolishly supported this madness. Why? Why are we in 160 foreign countries anyway?
“Since World War II, conservatives have abandoned their old skepticism of war. This is both an explanation and a fact that needs explaining itself.”
Joseph Sobran 1-11-1999 Sobran.com
The president says his adopted hometown of Chicago is the blueprint for national gun laws. Gun control sure has worked well there, hasn’t it.
“Progressives love skinny people and fat government. Governments, like tapeworms, have insatiable appetites - when fed they grow larger and more entangled.
What if a Republican had done this: the Obama debt is now at almost $16.7 trillion, reports DailyKenn.com. It was $10,626,877,048,913.08 when Obama took office and is now up to $16,687,289,180,215.37, an increase of 56.46 percent.
A man in Virginia Beach, Virginia took the advice of Vice Plagiarist Joe Biden, who advised homeowners, “If you want to keep someone away from your house, just fire the shotgun through the door.”
The 22-year old did so after noticing two masked men peering in his bedroom window. He fired through the door, not at the two masked men, and was arrested by police for supposed reckless handling of a firearm.
It is always a bad idea to take advice from the fool of a vice president we have in office.
WeaselZippers.us reports a gun control rally in ultra-liberal Eugene, Oregon drew 20 people.
Remember, Congressional Democrats are subservient to Demo Party bosses. They aren’t people - they’re machine parts. To go against the party apparatus is to invite opposition in the next primary. They get along by going along and have been doing so for many years.
“The only thing politicians love more than spending your money is taking more of it.”
Dr. Ron Paul
He still has his toll-free message line at 1-888-322-1414.
An investment of $1000 in Home Depot stock at the initial price of $72 a share in 1981 would have grown to $1.9 million after 13 stock splits in mid-April 2000. Every dollar would be worth $1900. It should be considerably more today, following a decline and a rebound.
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Bumper sticker of the day: RIGHTS are not gifts from government.
One Hollywood leftist says he will miss his pal Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez. “I lost a friend I was blessed to have.”
If George W. Bush had won 57 percent of the white vote in 2000 instead of the actual 54 percent he would’ve won the Electoral College by 367 to 171. His father won 59 percent of the white vote in 1988 and carried forty states to ten for Mike Dukakis. That was before we expanded to 57 or 58 states under Obama.
The supposedly non-partisan AARP invested $20 million in support of Obamacare. “For whom do they work? Not you.”
talk host Laura Ingraham