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^ Is this a catrfight with sharpest nails win?

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Coulter vs. Palin for the soul of the GOP Party???
^"Can't you see it's what God wants?"-Annie Wilkes
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Posted - Apr 29 2013 : 4:49PM

Not really a huge deal at this point, but it does show, again, the fracture between those sections of the GOP who want to be a little more moderate v. the batshitness of the talk-radio/podcast/youtuber crowd.

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^And the comment section makes both Hannity and Savage look like geniuses.

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So, how is Nugent still around? He said he'd be dead or in jail by mid-April 2013 if Obama won.
Obama won, and I want to see Nugent dead or in jail.

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Posted - May 3 2013 : 12:16PM
Seems like half of the comments are along the lines of this one "Absolutely comical. When loon right wing radio show hosts cannibalize each other"
Makes perfect sense to me.

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Posted - May 3 2013 : 12:44PM
Even the Repugs in Congress can't get along:

 
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Posted - May 27 2013 : 1:27AM
Longtime Whacko Iowa Rep. Steve King may be trodding on dangerous ground here:
Bob Dole today, lamented that [link inactive:404 - Page not found]"Reagan Couldn't Be Accepted In Today's GOP." "They ought to put a sign on the National Committee doors that says 'Closed for repairs,' until New Year's Day next year and spend that time going over ideas and positive agendas."

 
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As a practicing physician (who never has or will perform an abortion), I deal with the real world. In the real world, 15- and 16-year-olds get pregnant (sadly, 12-, 13- and 14-year-olds do also). In the real world, 62 percent of women ages 20 to 24 who give birth are unmarried. And in the world I work and live in, an unplanned pregnancy can throw up a real roadblock on a woman's path to escaping the shackles of poverty.
Yet I cannot convince my Republican colleagues that one of the best ways to eliminate abortions is to ensure access to contraception. A recent attempt by my fellow lawmakers to prevent Medicaid dollars from covering the "morning after" pill is a case in point. Denying access to this important contraceptive is a sure way to increase legal and back-alley abortions. Moreover, such a law would discriminate against low-income women who depend on Medicaid for their health care.
But wait, some lawmakers want to go even further and limit everyone's access to birth control by allowing pharmacists to refuse to fill prescriptions for contraception.
What happened to the Republican Party that I joined? The party where conservative presidential candidate Barry Goldwater felt women should have the right to control their own destiny? The party where President Ronald Reagan said a poor person showing up in the emergency room deserved needed treatment regardless of ability to pay? What happened to the Republican Party that felt government should not over-regulate people until (as we say in Oklahoma) "you have walked a mile in their moccasins"?

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As Fox News continues to push for a special prosecutor to investigate the Obama administration, the Wall Street Journal's editorial board has come out in opposition to that idea in favor of congressional investigations that will extract a "political price."
Over the last few weeks, Fox has repeatedly distorted the facts to make the case for a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS' scrutiny of conservative political groups.
Characterizing this movement as "dumber follows dumb," the Wall Street Journal -- which, like Fox News, is owned by News Corp -- has come out in opposition to a special prosecutor for the IRS' politicized handling of nonprofits in a May 29 editorial.
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^
Wow, I thought this was gonna be a slow week:
Phyllis Schlafy:
 
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I saw that, and it was funny as hell.
Erickson was spouting his male dominant theory, and she walked all over him, wiped the smile off his face.

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Meg's a hot mama with two kids so it's great to see her maternal instincts over-ride the Fox News loyalty once in a while.

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^^
Immigration is looking more and more like THE subject that will cleave the GOP in half!

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Yeah, from the voters. There's little actual split in the rank and file of elected officials. Sure, there's the Rubio/Paul vs. Cruz split over whether we should have millions of legal working immigrants never allowed citizenship or not, but border security is the biggest concern elected Republicans have raised with the bill Rubio, Flake, Graham, and McCain produced and it's a concern that needs to be raised. It's a concern that must be addressed. The right political position is "border security and increased enforcement is imperative." Chuck Schumer said it. Dick Durbin said it. Even Luis Guitierrez said it. But lip service isn't enough. As push is coming to shove, it's border security or bust, and I don't think there's a Republican split there. Sequencing and verification are still open questions that need an answer, but the positions are all essentially the same.
I like what .
She's gonna need a restraining order from Mark Levin.
As far as the future of the GOP/conservatism is concerned, I think we're fucked, but I'd rather fight on immigration, among other things, mainly to champion the middle class with near robotic focus, but we're still fucked. Fucked is o.k. though. There's plenty of merit in simply stopping everything the progressives/Democrats want. There really is. And that is where Republican politics are heading. I'm o.k. with that, can't wait, really.
 
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Governor Christie of New Jersey. Let me tell you something, folks. This act of his to throw this open Senate seat because of the death of The Lout to an open election in New Jersey? Ha! I’m just gonna tell you something. I will not be surprised….... I’m not predicting it officially here, but I will not be surprised, if when 2016 rolls around and Governor Christie is seeking the presidency, I won't surprised if he seeks the Democrat Party nomination.
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The funny thing is that everyone kind of saw it as simply an extension of however they already saw Chris Christie.
The rabid right-wingers like Limbaugh and Levin said it smacked of of Democrat sympathies, as seen above. They would have preferred he appoint an interim Senator until Nov. 2014. Dick Armey explained, "the Democrats would have." I have to agree. I think Chris Christie has state Democrats shaking in their boots, as he has simply bested them on occasion after occasion, so I would have just kicked them while they're down and deny them a seat until 2014. What are they gonna do? Sue? Whine? Let the donkeys bay. Music to our ears...
Others, like National Review's Bob Costa and Larry Kudlow reasoned that a craven political move to keep Democrat voters away from Jersey's statewide general election in November of this year will hopefully pay off for electing Republicans to the Assembly and/or State Senate. If that is the case, Christie and his team are geniuses, and I would agree that he made the right call, regardless of the cost.
Considering that is how the left views it - a blatantly political move that is ridiculous and costly, it's probably the case. I hope it will work out, but if not, whatever.

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Posted - Jun 6 2013 : 12:52PM
The new senator would serve SIX days earlier with the earlier election than if the election was held as part of the already scheduled election.
So now we know that every thing said by Republicans about waste or saving taxpayer dollars is hot air. We know that six days of the new senator doing nothing is not worth $24 million for a special election.
The Republican rhetoric about waste is only directed at "wasteful" payments to the not-rich, for things like schools and food.

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^We've always known that. Take any military spending bill. Most politicians should be serving time with the rapists and murderers, but letting them collect government salaries and kickbacks is the cost of democracy.

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Posted - Jun 6 2013 : 7:27PM
Ya know, I was going to mention that myself--that we've always known that.
But evidently some people don't. You practically have to spell it out for them. And, jeez, some of them have done that, outright.

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And, in all fairness, some sources have estimated the taxpayer cost at 'only' $12 million.

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Well, yeah, because there would obviously have to be a primary regardless of when the special election is held.
 
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[url=295963]The Tea Party Hates Jan Brewer Now.
*Personally, I've always felt that Sarah Palin is the distaff Dubya, but, whatever.

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That makes it unanimous.

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[link inactive:404 - Page not found]Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., doesn’t care what Karl Rove has to say about her, because the "base of our party is not where Karl Rove is, to be honest with you."
 
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Wow. to this....
 
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I already mentioned this in the 2016 Thread and Marco Rubio's bright future in the Republican party just got dimmed:
 
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I am not surprised that Mark Levin is a possible instigator in all this. There are times I've listened to him since Nov 6th, that it seemed like he was ready to combust live on the air. He's not a crass, snake oil salesman like Rush Limbaugh; He's sincerely angry and ready to bolt. The likes of Glenn Beck and Gary Johnson have also talked about the need for a new party.
Of course, it goes without saying that this is Nancy Pelosi's greatest dream. A GOP/Tea Party Separatist movement, even taking just 1/5 of Registered Republicans with it would help Dems greatly in getting the House back before 2020. In presidential elections we'd easily pick up NC, MO, and maybe GA with stunning regularity. And the Sarah Palins of the world know this full well. Opportunists like herself love to engage in this kind of cock-teasing fantasy with radio listeners but it's never going to happen. All they need do is refer back to 2000 and the experience Dems had with Ralph Nader and that instantly shocks them back into reality.
Of course then again...
At this point some of them may feel they've got nothing left to lose, backs against the wall and all that type stuff. There may start to be some small underground movement, that may say, fuck it, we may not get the presidency for 4 or 8 more years anyway, let's start some shit, tear down the GOP and build up something that's more effective. (Cody? Amirite?)

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Well, I would prefer it stay the Republican Party, just lose the national ambition. And it's more like "fuck politics altogether. Let's do what we want, what we like, and to hell with those that don't agree." And as far as the House/Senate is concerned, an official Tea Party/Republican Party majority coalition is beyond possible. Hell, what stops some House Republicans from voting to oust Boehner as Speaker is that their only options would be to elect Majority Leader Eric Cantor or get some Democrats to help reelect Speaker Boehner.

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OMG!! Fox Has Become One With th' Librul Media!!
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A GOP split is unlikely. A "Freedom Party" would never gather enough support to stay afloat and would lose steam quickly. However good this might sound for Democrats, I'm not optimistic. The primary feature of most politicians is incompetence, and they would get lazy and even more sloppy and incompetent and waste the opportunities they might have had for that short period. I wouldn't count on Democrats sorting anything major out (that badly needs the sorting out) even if the GOP lose the presidency or more in 2016.

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Here you go again Cody, enjoy!

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It seems the KY Democrats strategy is to throw hotties at him and see which of them makes him look the worst.

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1. She isn't a primary challenger.
2. Allison Lundergan Grimes just took a shit and called it a campaign announcement.
McConnell's safe as ever, and he's hired the absolute best.

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There's no way I'd bet against him, but I wouldn't say they've proved that they're the best.

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This is why today's GOP is a joke and should be scorned and ridiculed at every opportunity:

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