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  • just a conservative girl 6:24 PM on 09/14/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Democrats, pro-choice, reason tv, ,   

    How “Pro-Choice” Are Democrats? – Video 

    Well, if you go by this, not very.

    I really enjoyed the lady from New York.  She believes in choices as long as they are “good results” – the government has a role in making those choices.  Another words, you are too dumb to make them for yourselves.   But hey, killing your baby obviously is a good result!!!

    Same type of thing with school choice – We hear from a lady from Louisiana who says she had very difficult time navigating her children.  Apparently she is really smart.  So if it was hard for her, just imagine how hard it for those of us that are lets just say, dumb.

    Unions?  Well that got one lady a little stuck.  She wanted to be for choice, that is until she really thought about it.  Oops.

    Contradictions?  Well they acknowledge it, but oh well.  We all have them.  (Which most of us do, I will admit)

    But, they seem to like intervention.  Except of course unless someone is trying to intervene for the safety and life of a baby.

     

     

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    • SignPainterGuy 6:40 PM on 09/14/2012 Permalink | Reply

      Yep, dims are all about freedoms to choose …. as long as you choose THEIR approved choices. The same can be said for tolerance. The dims and the muslims are in agreement there; tolerance abounds … as long as the Christians and Jews are doing all the tolerating and the muslims and dims are being tolerated by them ! Throw in the atheists too ! They require we tolerate them as well !

  • just a conservative girl 3:24 PM on 08/13/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    VP Biden Tells Us That Democrats Don’t Value Anything 

    Today, the brain trust that is Vice President Biden said that his father told him this:

    “Don’t tell me what you value, show me your budget, and I will tell you what you value”

    It has been something like 1195 days since they last passed a budget.  My math may be a little off, I found a number from last summer and added the days to today as best as I could.

    Obviously they don’t value anything.

    Apparently no one on the Obama campaign bothered to find out what he was going to say.

    What a twit.

     
    • SignPainterGuy 6:14 PM on 08/13/2012 Permalink | Reply

      “What a twit” ! You are so kind and generous, jacg ! Sometimes I think he`d have to double his IQ to come up to “Moron”.

      Not passing a budget is actually quite a smart move by the libs in congress, especially the senate. If they DID pass a budget, spending measures would be enumerated, thus exposing their agenda. CAN`T HAVE THAT !! Plus, by having no budget, they get to spend like crazy, adding to the base-line each cycle, guaranteeing spending increases.

  • just a conservative girl 11:45 PM on 09/16/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Hey Democrats, Show Me What You Are Made Of 

    There is still a great deal of buzz around the blogosphere and “new” media about how the democratic party is now kinda thinking that yes, maybe Hillary Clinton should have gotten the nomination three years ago.  It was during the nomination process three years ago that I realized I had to become more politically active.  I knew I wasn’t going to vote for either Obama or Hillary pretty early on, but I did pay attention to what was going on during the nominating process.  I figured early on that whomever the winner turned out to be was going to be our next president. 

    I remember hearing people on the right saying “anyone but Hillary”.  I was saying anyone but Obama.  I knew he would be disaster after reading his books (which a huge Obama fan friend sent to me, never did figure out why exactly), they scared me to death.  He didn’t have the resume to handle the job.  But the democrats like to fall in love with their politicians.  He appealed to anti-war crowd and he played the anti-Bush wave all the way to the presidency.  Matter of fact, he still tries to play that card almost three years later. 

    I think it is pretty obvious that the tide is going against him at this point.  The moderates in the party have figured out he really isn’t all that interested in being a moderate.  The far left in the party must be pretty unhappy as well.  He didn’t really fight for single payer as they wanted him to, he has continued Bush’s policies for the most part when it comes to Afghanistan.  He actually has increased the American foot print there, and is much more active with drones than Bush was.  He has not closed Gitmo, he has pulled out of Iraq quickly enough for them, he has not done anything about the Patriot Act except prolong it.  The far left has yet to (and I don’t think ever will) realize that country has no desire to go where they want to take it, so they are disappointed that we are not a full-blown socialist country.  They look at as giving in to republicans, when all it really is the reality that we are a center right country.  We also are a country that doesn’t like a great deal of change.  We like our government to move more slowly. 

    The approval numbers just keep going down and unemployment is still high.  His jobs plan has little to no chance of passing as he wants, although he has not really given anyone all the details yet, but after today’s announcement that the Senate won’t even taking it up until after the next recess, one can easily read the tea leaves.  It ain’t gonna pass. 

    What I can’t figure out is why they haven’t just reached the point that they realize the only way to save the presidency in the next election is to put up a primary opponent?  I actually would respect the party so much more if they just say hey, this experiment of putting up a man who didn’t have the proper qualifications for the job failed miserably and we need to move on.  The man never managed a lemonade stand previously, has never had to make a payroll before, and doesn’t seem to get how to create jobs.  He is stuck in his ideology of remaking America, that he can’t see that his vision won’t work. 

    I still find it hard to believe that they have not done it.  It wouldn’t be the first time that a sitting president faced a primary challenge, both parties have done it over the years.  In the end, the sitting president usually wins (I haven’t done the research, it may be that they have always won), but at least someone could have tried it. 

    At this point I would think it is too late.  It takes not just money, but it also takes organization in each state to get a primary challenge up and running.  It is also too late for me to gain any respect for the party, because while I wouldn’t have voted for the challenger, I would have respected the fact that they were admitting the failure and trying to do what was right for the country.

     
    • fuzislippers 11:13 PM on 09/17/2011 Permalink | Reply

      They painted themselves into a corner (*gasp* Dems incapable of thinking ahead?!). All the race-baiting they’ve done non-stop for almost three years means that a primary challenge would have to be very carefully handled. It’s getting late, too, as you note and no whisper of one, so it seems unlikely at this point. Unless BO is pushed out, forced not to run. This is highly likely at this point. But we’ll see.

      We need a decent candidate, though, whomever they run. It’s not in the bag, but it’s the GOP’s to lose.

      • SignPainterGuy 7:31 PM on 09/21/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Agreed Fuzi, but JFTR, Kucinich has been mentioned as a primary contender and I think there was one other (slipped my feeble mind) and just days ago, I read that Ralph “Corvair Killer” Nader is thinking of jumping into the ring ! Comedy Gold, fer shore !

        Need more comedy ? Ron Paul announced that if elected pres., he`d consider Kucinich for a cabinet position ……… Ya just can`t make this stuff up !

  • Pat Austin 9:51 AM on 06/07/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    Silly Democrats 

    Do Democrats really think this will help them in the fall?

    If the time-honored tradition of the political meeting is not quite dead, it seems to be teetering closer to extinction. Of the 255 Democrats who make up the majority in the House, only a handful held town-hall-style forums as legislators spent last week at home in their districts.

    It was no scheduling accident.

    With images of overheated, finger-waving crowds still seared into their minds from the discontent of last August, many Democrats heeded the advice of party leaders and tried to avoid unscripted question-and-answer sessions. The recommendations were clear: hold events in controlled settings — a bank or credit union, for example — or tour local businesses or participate in community service projects.

    Bwahahahahaha!

    (Laughing all the way to the polls)

    (H/T) Memeorandum

     
    • nicedeb 11:25 AM on 06/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

      Pitiful.

      As Ann Coulter likes to say – every so often the country goes a little crazy and votes Dems into majorities. Then, after they get a good look at them, they recoil in horror.

      The backlash will hopefully come this Fall.

      • fuzislippers 11:29 AM on 06/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

        Agreed. This is appalling behavior, cowardly and indicative of how little they deserve to represent the people. Remember this in November (like we’d forget).

    • backyardconservative 11:39 AM on 06/07/2010 Permalink | Reply

      One of the Dems by me held hers in a grocery store I guess thinking that would save her. Tea Partiers wanted to film it and did until she insisted they not, then walked out. So she did herself in.

      Let’s hope the voters toss Melissa Bean out.

    • Andrea Allen-Lee 2:19 PM on 10/27/2010 Permalink | Reply

      I have tried to go to town hall type meetings here and both sides had some making up to do as far as I am concerned. The visibility of the elected officials is pretty close to nil. I would say the dems here in my county are making an effort to be accessible. We have serious local issues that need to be addressed. (Most towns have something) Maybe if we Americans stopped blaming everyone else for five minutes and worked together we might solve a problem or two.

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