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Thad Cochran Enshrined In The G.O.P. Hall Of Shame

June 25, 2014
By
Thad Cochran GOPHOS

Even though the Republican party owes much their recent electoral success to the T.E.A. Party and other conservative groups—giving them control of the House of Representatives since 2010—they have decided that they no longer need or want them to be a part of moving America forward, going as far as to essentially declare war against them. These RINO WIMPS (Republicans In Name Only who are Washington Insiders Masquarading as Public Servants) have made it known that there will be no room for principled politicians in Washington, particularly when they upset the apple cart of the Republican establishment. It should be noted here: we…

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Establishment Republicans surrender on social issues to protect their incumbency

May 29, 2014
By
Mark Twain

In a recent interview with KSL radio, Senator Orrin Hatch—a member of the G.O.P. Hall of Shame for abandoning conservative principles for political benefit—added to his lofty hall of shame credentials when he decided that being a supporter of traditional marriage was simply too passé to demand any more of his attention: “Let’s face it: anybody who does not believe that gay marriage is going to be the law of the land just hasn’t been observing what’s going on,” said Hatch. “Sooner or later gay marriage is probably going to be approved by the Supreme Court of the United States, and certainly…

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Can Conservatives believe Mitch McConnell’s gun rights promise?

May 15, 2014
By
McConnell with gun

You know it must be getting close to election season—and that his chance of winning isn’t looking too good—when Mitch McConnell breaks out with his rendition of “(What a) Wonderful World” (my apologies to the great Sam Cooke). ♬ Don’t know much about the GOP Don’t know much about the TEA Party Don’t know how a promise kept might look Don’t know much about the oath I took But I do know that I love you And I know that if you love me too What a wonderful Senate this would be Don’t know much about Kentucky I’ve spent too much time in…

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Chuck Schumer wants to kill free speech, but he’s not alone

May 1, 2014
By
SupremesSm

The Democrats have now suffered two consecutive free speech defeats before the Supreme Court. In both cases, liberals wanted to control the money individuals (McCutcheon vs. FEC) and corporations (Citizens United vs. FEC) could contribute to political campaigns; and as we all know, nothing upsets a Democrat more than too much money for an election—unless it’s coming from George Soros. You would think that politicians on both sides of the aisle would embrace the court’s commitment to protect the Constitution, but you would be wrong. Senate Democrats plan to vote this year on a constitutional amendment sponsored by Sen. Tom Udall…

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“Electile Dysfunction” in Ohio’s 8th Congressional District

April 16, 2014
By
Speaker-De-La-Casa

Electile Dysfunction (ED) or political impotence is characterized by a politician’s inability or unwillingness to do the job he was elected to do, and is usually the result of being in Washington D.C. far too long. While this condition is reaching epidemic proportions in both political parties, there are certain congressional districts who need who need the cure that can only come from electing Constitution-loving Conservatives. In Ohio’s 8th Congressional District—currently “represented” by the inaugural member of the G.O.P. Hall of Shame, John Boehner —the cure for ED might just be found in the person of J. D. Winteregg, as this entertaining video shows:   If…

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