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   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

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   Lonestar Jack  For the same reason no one comments on Rep Elijah Cummings efforts to get information about some Republicans from the IRS.
He is a two faced phony Liberal who depends on his race to get in his biased mantra.
September 17 at 09:01 EST .

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   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

   14 people like this.




   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

   13 people like this.




   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

   11 people like this.




   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  Why is NO ONE TALKING about the fellow from DOJ calling a staff member from Rep. Issa's committee. The DOJ fellow thought he was talking with a staff member from the Democrat side and said he had some "leaks" he was going to give to certain "chosen MSM reporter". This is big. THE DOJ collaborating with the Democrats on the committee. This should be all over the news.
September 13 at 16:24 EST .

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   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  It seems that the success of the 2014 election will depend upon TURNOUT. I know that in the 2012 election almost 3 MILLION Republicans DID NOT VOTE. I can not understand why 3 million Republicans would stay at home and allow this President to win another 4 years. I pray that those 3 million will TURNOUT in 2014. I fear our country's future depends upon them.
September 8 at 10:46 EST .

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   StormCnter  The Wall Street Journal this morning said there were 7 million who should have voted GOP who either stayed home or didn't vote in the presidential race in 2012. That's astonishing. I agree with Martinsh. We have to vote.
September 8 at 13:10 EST .

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   Safetydude  I don't agree with not voting but I understand the frustration of many Republicans with the party as constituted.

If we can take over the Senate and keep the House in November then maybe, just maybe, we can nominate a conservative Presidential candidate that all grass root and Tea Party conservative Republicans can support to beat Hillary in 2016.

With the present party leadership I don't see much hope for that but there is always hope.
September 8 at 17:51 EST .

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   Phooey  I'll vote for the stupid party over the evil party every time.
September 8 at 20:13 EST .

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   Linder  In my 70 years I've been on the losing end of many Primary elections but never never have I stayed home and pouted. I'm betting that many of those 7 million who didn't vote have also never knocked on doors, handed out literature, made phone calls, pounded in yard signs, attended fund raisers, etc. etc. It's just their way or the highway! Thanks a lot.
September 8 at 20:26 EST .

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   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  I want to propose something to you. The Republican party should stop this Tea Party vs. Establishment. It only feeds the Dem's press. We should have a CONTRACT FOR AMERICA 2.0. The entire Republican party should itemize 5-10 activities they would do IF THEY WIN THE HOUSE AND SENATE IN 2014. The Contract swept the Dems out of power for the first time in 40 years in 1994 and one could do the same in 2014 if the idiots in Wash. DC would stop fighting each other and us and develop a plan for our country
November 9 at 16:51 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  They won't do that, because it means surrendering too much power to the people. All of them, (R ) and (D ) alike, are so drunk on their power. Look at Mitch McConnell, saying he is going to withhold consulting contracts to those firms that support Tea Party candidates or issues. Extortion, plain and simple. We need to get rid of the whole lot of them. If it's not done at the ballot box next November, we may have to resort to another box.
November 10 at 18:18 EST .

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   Phooey  Ole buzz, I want to be in the jury box when that day comes.
November 11 at 16:40 EST .

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   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  I do not support non compliance as a strategy. I am a supporter of the Tea Party and I believe there is still great support for the movement, however, what we need is a leader!!!! I have attended several events (protests ) and the people mill around waiting. Waiting for what? Some one to take charge and direct our efforts. I know that there are numberous "Tea Party" chapters, or groups with "self appointed" or "leaders by default", but it does not work. We need a NATIONAL MOVEMENT with a National (well known ) Leader. I thought of people like Newt Gingrich or Sarah Palin. Some one who could go on the Sunday Talk Shows, represent us on "debates" on c-span, or organize state chapters. Give us a common agenda, a strong leader and an articulate spokesperson. We CAN NOT meet this crisis in a passive manner. WE NEED A LEADER.
December 22 at 15:58 EST .

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   Timber Queen  I agree we need leadership on a national level, but where are they? Sarah? Newt? DeMint? Mike Pence? The GOP? The Tea Party Movement has gone about as far as it can with local volunteers. Without a strong national voice defending conservative principles, what can patriots do to protect and defend their personal liberty against the regulatory onslaught? I don't think intentional non-compliance could be considered passive. It will take courage and ingenuity. The alternative is to comply with their regulations without taking a stand. That I see as passive.
December 22 at 22:30 EST .

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   Montanabound  I just read an article about Newt telling us to become Democrats Lite, so I think he's out. Mark Levin is working on strategies concentrating on states rights.
December 23 at 00:50 EST .

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   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  I hope everyone is writing to there Representatives and telling them to HOLD FAST! If we give in I fear for our country
December 12 at 10:19 EST .

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   Martinsh posted on Main Page The Lobby  Barbara, GOOD, we need people who can go on the Sunday Talk Shows, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, etc. and speak and tell our side. I also think we should have some "Late Night" Talk Show hosts. I suggested Greg Gutfeld and the fellow from Imus' morning show. they are funny, articulate, and conservative. We are losing the COMMUNICATION BATTLE. We also will lose our country if something is not done and soon.
December 3 at 16:00 EST .

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   Barbarian Heretic  "BarbarIAN"...

While I agree that a guy like Gutfeld is useful, he's already serving his purpose. I think Hannity and O'Reilly are stereotyped and not useful to speak to a new audience that considers them buffoons. I'd like to see young minority voices from outside politics. And I'd like to see the RNC advertise with these spokespersons year 'round. Just make the case for liberty like an ongoing PSA series.
December 4 at 10:38 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  I think it will be a cold day before the RNC get any conservative voices on board. Boehner has just purged conservatives from all committee chairs. No, if conservatives want to be heard, we need to either

a. forcibly take control of the RNC in which case we would still have to deal with the "inside the beltway" types, or

b. render the Republican Party irrelevant by forming a third party that speaks for the conservative majority in this country.

The Republican Party does not speak for conservatives anymore. They have no desire to fight for our liberties.
December 4 at 15:02 EST .

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   70huey  Amen and Amen! On going advertisment/education of conservative princibles with increased effort to inform during poicy battles like this would help. GOP purge of the usual suspects who helped create this and other crisis would help. Rendering(Rendering in this case a process that replaces waste political hacks with stable, conservative minded God fearing country loving folks )the GOP useful.
Or we could all go out and buy a pitchfork, put on our hiking shoes and head for wahington. I would like to stretch my legs!
December 5 at 19:48 EST .

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