Chris Wallace says he got opposition research from Republicans on Ted Cruz; Rove explains why…

This clip will tell you a lot about Washington DC. According to Rove, Ted Cruz has disrespected Republicans because he bypassed them and went to the American people with his defunding Obamacare idea. But we all know what would have happened. Republican leadership would have just pooped on the freshman Senator’s idea and dismissed it. It was obvious from the way they responded to the idea in the first place. So because Cruz went straight to the American people and and forced their hands, he’s being attacked by members of his own party.

In a nut shell, Republicans care more about the politics of Washington DC than they do about what’s good for the American people. And that’s why Ted Cruz has been marked, because he’s bucking that system.

Sarah Palin has called on Wallace to release the names of those from whom he got the oppo research:



Exactly right. He should do just that, but he won’t.

Watch:

(h/t: Daily Caller)

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George Keselman
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George Keselman

Fox News are full of ‘liberals‘: Chris Wallace, Bill O’Reilly, Greta van Susteren, Shepard Smith, Bill Hemmer, Karl Rove. Please help complete the list.

Cali Curmudgeon
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Cali Curmudgeon

Karl Rove, from his support of amnesty, shows himself to be a turncoat.

herb benty
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herb benty

This debacle has the left snickering and explains a lot how Obama won two elections.

me3tv
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me3tv

@Rosanne – You and Obama and people without economic sense do not grasp the damage of the “affordable health care act” which is neither affordable, nor about health. It was a monster creation of lobbyists and crony capitalists in government who wanted to milk taxpayers for “the man” – the corporations and the government bureaucracy that benefit from it. The Republicans for SURE are NOT against a good health care overhaul that will give everyone good access to care. It is THIS PLAN that is so rife with built in fraud and central control and non competitiveness and rocketing costs that go on top of already enormous taxes holding back the progress for jobs and business growth and prosperity that is the problem. Unshackling business from this monster fraud of improved care would solve many of the dire issues of health access in and of itself because more REAL jobs… Read more »

Rosanne Catalano
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Rosanne Catalano

@me3tv: please do not think I have no economic sense just b/c I asked a sincere question and want honest answers. Obamacare has already begun to affect my friends on Medicaid, and I am pissed off about this. I, like Buster’s View, am self-employed. Differences are that she is a single mom (you are my hero for that, btw) and I am not. I am the mother of an angel and my hubby and I have been married for 16 years. Our children now are our fur babies – a dog and a cat. I regress. What I am trying to say is that I run a small business so I do have economic sense, and I took Economics in school. So please do not come on here and bully me with your words. I am trying to understand OBAMACARE and that is it. Will it also hurt me as… Read more »

me3tv
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me3tv

My apologies for the rude comment. It was uncalled for. What I think is that Obama and his cabinet are students of alternative economics with a heavy Keynesian approach that overlooks the contribution the marketplace can have when unfettered by excess demands of government. It is my view that many of the issues of poor coverage and high cost could have been addressed by removing regulation that lets insurance companies hold virtual statewide monopolies (make the compete) and boost support for Doctor training and regulations that allow extensions of some duties to Physicians Assistants, etc. The morass of regulation and costs in Obamacare is the opposite of any cure for better, more, or less costly medical services. In MY opinion.

Rosanne Catalano
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Rosanne Catalano

I have a question for both Republicans and Democrats on this board. Why do you want the Affordable Health Care Act “defunded?” I seriously want to know … Because when poor people go to a hospital emergency room (since they can’t be refused medical care) and have no health insurance or cash outright, who pays? WE DO. Our health insurance rates and premiums go up and We, the People, pick up their tab. Another example: say you have a pre-existing condition and want to get private health insurance since your job doesn’t supply that to you like employers used to, but the person deciding whether or not you get their health insurance says “No” outright b/c you have a pre-existing condition, and of course it will cost that insurance company way too much to support your medical bills! So you are denied health insurance. Can’t get it from your employer.… Read more »

Buster's View
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Buster's View

Premiums are going up even higher under Obamacare than they were due to subsidising emergency room visits for the poor. Also, there is already less doctor availability because of Ocare, which means that even if you have insurance, you will still need to go to the emergency room to be seen because you will have to wait so long to get in to the doctor. This has been the case in England for a long time. People even have to wait in ambulances in the hospital parking lot at some hospitals because of rules mandating maximum wait times “inside” hospital waiting rooms. Here, hospitals and major medical centers like the Cleveland clinic are already reporting they will have to reduce staff in preparation for reduced reimbursements under Ocare—meaning again longer wait times to see a physician or get a procedure. As many as 68% of doctors surveyed are saying they… Read more »

Rosanne Catalano
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Rosanne Catalano

Buster’s View, thank you for patiently explaining to me what is going on with President Obama’s Affordable Health Care Act without calling me “stupid,” “brain dead,” or saying I “have no economic sense” when those making these unkind comments to me know absolutely nothing about me in the first place. I love a political debate – loved debating when in my Social Studies class – but the way we were taught to “debate” was in an honest, diplomatic way without resorting to nasty name-calling and cursing. We actually had fun debating back then! But nowadays everyone seems too angry to debate nicely. Sad. Even sadder is when a person is honestly confused about a law possibly going into effect and asks questions to better understand that law and gets nasty, uncalled for comments instead. BTW, I am neither a Democrat nor a Republican, nor am I a conservative or a… Read more »

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

I hope you aren’t referring to me in regard to nasty comments. I wasn’t directing those coments at you, I was talking about others on this page. This is not the place to find factual information Rossane. This is a partisan website. If you are seaking clarification on the law read the myth busting articles on http://www.factcheck.org.

Lee Biggs
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Lee Biggs

The money that is spent for health care will be diluted by running all of it through the filter of Federal agencies, meaning millions of new civil service employees. Creating and controlling this voting block, not health care, was the purpose of the ACA. Millions of new Democrat voters, paid for by the public, reducing the older population by withholding medical treatment, and expanding abortion are all winning issues for the President and his folks. With this reduction in funds, and with the U.S. population aging, the government will need to make decisions over who gets care and who doesn’t. The decision will also be dependent upon political orientation (See Charles Baron’s case where Speaker Pelosi intervened to push the FDA to treat Baron’s cancer with un-yet approved drugs because he was a major bundler/donor. The law is not even in force yet and the politically connected get exceptional treatment… Read more »

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

You are delusional and paranoid. You can’t seriously believe what you say in the first part of this post… The rest of what you’re talking about, while I am very skeptical about anything you say from now on, may have some truth to it. But well-connected people that have money/power are always going to game the system to their advantage. That’s happended since the beginning of time. That HR 2300 plan looks like a joke too. 1) “It makes patients the owners of their insurance, not their employer” Employer-based group plans help reduce prices by bringing together bargaining power. As an individual you have no borrowing power and what you pay would go up. 2) “it gives doctors the real power to make treatment deciscions, not insurance companies or the government” This would also increase costs as doctors would perform unneccisary tests and treatments to increase their revenue without insruance… Read more »

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

Rosanne, you have to understand that these people are paranoid, delusional, and misinformed. Premiums are going to go down for the vast majority of Americans when you take into account the tax credits given to lower income familis that do not qualify for Medicare or Medicaid and have to buy private insurance. Prices will vary depending on the state you live in and how many options (plans competing for your business) are available on your state’s exchange. Here is a brief articale I came accross today: http://www.nbcnews.com/health/11-month-obamacare-super-cheap-some-feds-find-8C11250211 Let’s not forget the law prevents insurance companies from denying coverage due to pre-existing conditions (which has been a problem for a lot of people), and it prevents insurance companies from dropping you for being too expensive to them. You can be sure that the conspiracy theorists are off their rocker. Obamacare is meant to increase access to health care in this country,… Read more »

Jean Aschman
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Jean Aschman

This is the problem in Washington – Rove and the old guard minions – no accountability to the public just to themselves and their bloody pocket books – these people need to be kicked out of Washington on a rail – all of them!!! And as for the bloody Senate – you want to talk about blocking – you tell me about Harry Reid – what a hot mess and absolutely the worst representation this country could ever have!

libertygeek
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libertygeek

With Republicans like McCain, Graham, Boehner and Rove who needs Democrats?

Dave Combs
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Dave Combs

Let’s not forget McConnell.

Just Me
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Just Me

Because Ted Cruz represents the people, not the other politicians in DC! He didn’t disrespect them; they disrespected all the right thinking people of the US!

Rosanne Catalano
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Rosanne Catalano

He didn’t just disrespect “all the ‘right thinking’ people of the US!” but he did disrespect ALL Americans by attacking Ted Cruz just because Cruz wants to be honest with We, the People, of the United States of America. What counts is what ALL Americans want and need in their leaders – transparency and honestly in what laws they are signing their signature to. Don’t you think?

Buster's View
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Buster's View

Amen Rosanne!

GlenBradley
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GlenBradley

That’s right Rove, if you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit. Rand and Cruz & Co can’t play your little reindeer games because your people have already shut them out of the caucus. They can talk all they want to, but the Speaker and his minions set all the strategy. Until now. Your leadership is broken, and you are screaming about the new leader stepping up into your chaos. GROW UP!

twoblackcats
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twoblackcats

I thought I read that Rand supports McConnell. If so, he’s toast.

1TSMommy
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1TSMommy

And we care what Karl Rove’s numbers say? Oh, that’s right, because they’re so accurate…

akahallen
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akahallen

We need more people like Cruz, Lee, and Paul, and if we can’t get enough Rhinos to do the right thing, or to step aside, Put them ALL, Dem & Rep out of business and go with a 3d party, beginning with those three.. as new party leaders, if they will.

gilleysuited
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gilleysuited

Too many people dependent on gov. No way to reverse it. Civil unrest, as we’ve never seen, on the way. prepare.

akahallen
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akahallen

Seems pretty obvious McCain is in bed with Obama, wasn’t very long ago he was talking about supporting him in Syria, why not Obamacare, too?

Ed Hopson
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Ed Hopson

The party system will be the doom of the republic. I want my voice to go straight to the House through my representative, And, my State voice go straight to the Senate through it’s representatives. I do not want power brokers as filters!

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

Campaign finance reform is the only way that might happen. As long as politicians can receive money from whomever, they are overwhelmingly going to be looking out for their donors’ interests and not yours.

Buster's View
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Buster's View

No. Read the Liberty Amendments!

Ed Hopson
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Ed Hopson

Politicians should get no campaign money outside of their constituency and I include national party. The national parties could produce bipartisan ads on issues.

ladyjk
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ladyjk

And who the he$$ is Karl Rove? Karl Rove needs to get out of the public’s eye. Because Bush gave him so much credit Rove thinks he rules the Political scene. I don’t see why networks keep having him on. We don’t like him, don’t want to see or hear him, and I sure as heck don’t support his political fund. I hope that those sending him money for his political fund wake up and stop sending him money. I noticed that the Sunday shows for the most part, except for Cruz, only have rhinos on their talk shows, on their panels. This is just abetting those opposing the conservative movement and helping to sway the public against those like Lee and Cruz.

jmaggief
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jmaggief

Any GOP Senator who stands against Cruz’s plan to defund Obamacare with the continuing resolution (CR) needs to be replaced in their next election. I am sick of these frauds saying they are different from the Democrats. They sure stand with the Democrats. They’re frauds.

Timothy Taylor
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Timothy Taylor

Rove surmises that Lee and Cruz needs the permission of the RINO’s like him prior to setting out on a plan. No…if that example were followed, nothing would ever get done. JUST DO IT!

jmaggief
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jmaggief

Hey,Rove, here’s a question for you — why do I get angry every time I see you on Fox News trashing Cruz? Answer: you remind me of the Democrats.

jmaggief
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jmaggief

Lets see Rove fought against Cruz’s election because he was a tea party candidate. Now him and his cronies are out to shut down everything Cruz is trying to do. Hey,Rove, you’ve been all over Fox News saying not to defund Obmacare so don’t give me your BS about Cruz didn’t discuss this with anyone. We know what you stand for and we know what Cruz stands for.

Tim Schroll
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Tim Schroll

Some one needs to press Rove on how his strategy of governing led to the loss of both the House and the Senate under W. To date no one has, but they continue giving him credit as some sort of genius when he was nothing but a great big disaster.

ladyjk
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ladyjk

Note, Those candidates that Rove backed through his political fund weren’t very successful in 2012. Rove is irrelevant and is in the political scene to have money and power. Looks like Rove may not have much of either. I am looking forward to Rove and his fund to just fade away.

lawngren
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lawngren

I don’t take advice from or pay attention to repub squalling any more. Ted Cruz is trying to save America, so the GOPe ( aka New American Socialist Party) hates him. It’s that simple. If the GOPe likes you, you’re on the wrong side.

suzy000
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suzy000

The base dislikes Rove, McCain and other establishment fools immensely. If the truth be known, Rove was the author of the oppo research that he sent to other GOPers to use against Cruz.

ladyjk
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ladyjk

I surmise you are right that Rove was behind it, but then he goes on Fox News Sunday on the panel. King of New York certainly could have been in on it, also.

mikeinidaho
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mikeinidaho

ANYONE voting AGAINST defunding Obamacare is a traitor to We the People.
Therefore, all RINOs and Demunists are traitors and must go, period.
Shut down the government if you must, but STOP Obamacare at all costs.

lehnne
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lehnne

Democrats and Republicans have been a dog and pony show for the gullible since government, finance and industry begun colluding in the ramp up for WW2. They just see no need to be secretive about it these days

shrgngatlas
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shrgngatlas

Why, yes. You can explain what you believe and plan to do during an election, but once you get elected, you better play well in the sandbox with the party leadership, OR ELSE! Apparently Ted Cruz cares more about retaining an honest relationship with his voters than perks handed down by the leadership for loyal lemmings. Karl Rove can go do you know what to himself.

sooner4ever
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sooner4ever

The mainstream people are like deer in the headlights, while Cruz is working to preserve and restore our liberty. They just aren’t getting it. We need to be saved not only from the left, but from the moderate right.

ldrussell
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ldrussell

It is blatantly clear when those we elect to represent us in Washington DC go with an open mind. Not long in the game they are compromised by leadership and special interest. Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul and many others have not sold their soles. We just need to know who they are and support them. The establishment is a strong political force. The democrats are holding strong but the republicans are fracturing.

ladyjk
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ladyjk

King of Iowa, Gomert of Texas, and hopefully Mia Love from Utah in 2014 are staunch conservatives, also. I will only send funds to individuals, no more to the Republican Party. You would think they would get tired of me sending their money requests back to them with no money and my “two cents worth” in words written across their request.

terrywest0206
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terrywest0206

Good idea, Lady. I’ve just been pitching them in the trash.

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

I’ve never seen so many morons rooting agaisnt their own interests. All this talk about wanting someone to FIGHT and STAND UP is childish and counterproductive. A functioning, rational government is in the best interests of everyone in the country. Extremists that are unwilling to compromise are 1) delusional 2) unhappy and will always be that way 3) underdeveloped mentally 4) just as bad as any other extremists in the world. If you all don’t see that you are being used as pawns and falling for the theater being put on by Cruz, Paul, Palin, etc then there really is no hope for you.

TruthSociety
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TruthSociety

Is this the Loser Carl Rove’s talking points are what? The conservative base is sick of Rove and his hatchet men . He is not even an elected politician. The base and the grass root conservatives responsible for the 2010 majority election of the House will be leaving the Repubics with the noise of a big sucking sound if this keeps up. Your last sentence suggests there is no hope. I don’t know who “you” is. But I will tell you this. Without Palin,Paul, Lee,Meadows, Cruz and other great conservative constitutional Americans this country is doomed. Don’t bother replying because its idiots like you that will never understand. Your tag name says it all. Have another toke and keep on listening to your loser Carl Rove.

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

I prefer grass roots action to any large politcal organization that is beholden to capaign contributions. I just don’t think the commonly called Tea Party movement has the right ideas about how to run this country, protect the common citizen, and continue the tradition of the United States being the best country on the planet. A lot of the functions of the government (the EPA, Department of Education, Consumer Protections Bureau, etc) are in place to protect us from heavy handed biollionaires and huge corporations, and that give us a chance to prosper together. I think this cut government spending at all costs mantra has been co-opted by the greedy power brokers in this country to fruther their mission to concentrate their power at the expense of everyone else. They don’t want the EPA and Consumer protections because they get in the way of profit/money (money = power), they don’t… Read more »

ladyjk
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ladyjk

The beginning of your second sentence says it all, “I just don’t think…” Allowing one corrupt administration to do whatever it wants to with other peoples’ money is not rational, it is abetting tyranny. The rest of your tirade is just total crap–we don’t have a democratic government now, we have an autocratic government run by a president and his attorney general who are corrupt, do not enforce the law, persecute and harrass those who oppose them (IRS), do cover ups (Benghazi, Fast & Furious), illegally change the law through regulations, and on and on. Why should people not stand up against this lawlessness!! You do not just go along with this and call it compromise.

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

Where do you get your facts from? Are you a lawyer? Do you have any idea wether a regulation is legal or not? No, you don’t. The only reason you might hear about executive orders right now is due to all of the obstructionists in the legislature preventing anything from getting done – so most of the action being taken to fix problems is coming from the executive branch. http://www.forbes.com/sites/richardsalsman/2013/01/28/when-it-comes-to-abuse-of-presidential-power-obama-is-a-mere-piker/

“Allowing one corrupt administration to do whatever it wants to with other peoples’ money” – This is really delusional right here. The current administration isn’t doing any more of this than any other. And spending is allocated by the legislative branch, so yes there are limits/rules on what money is spent on or how much is spent.

Buster's View
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Buster's View

Except when Obama waives requirements of the law or selectively chooses to not enforce laws as it suits his objectives–by executive order. Violating his constitutional, sworn obligation to faithfully execute the laws of the land and uphold the Constitution.

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey
easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

Read about the IRS thing –
http://www.politico.com/story/2013/07/irs-scrutinized-liberal-groups-94556.html
Yes tea party groups were targeted, but so were many other political groups claiming tax exempt status during that time. It was a big period of growth in the number of these POLITCAL ORGANIZATIONS that wanted to claim “public good” status, which is total horseshit. Groups like these (conservative or liberal) that operate only to advance a political agenda do not meet the standard of “for the public good” and should not be tax exempt organizations.
That’s why there was so much scrutiny, the IRS knew it was bullshit and they were gathering info before trying to change how they inforced that “public good” law. They were not effectively enforcing it and many many people were abusing the law (and violating the intended spirit of the law)

Buster's View
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Buster's View

Bullcrap. A few liberal groups got accidentally scooped up in the dragnet with the hundreds of conservative groups. Almost all of the lib groups were rapidly approved, with I think one exception with none of the additional scrutiny the tea party groups were subjected too and are still being subjected to, or the delays. Many of those conservative leaning groups still have not received an answer either yea or nay but are just being held in limbo. They can’t get any answers. Some are still getting new requests for more inappropriate information about their members. You’re delusional if you take anything printed in Politico at face value. Whatever your political leanings, it always pays off to do your own research.

shrgngatlas
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shrgngatlas

So, being principled and doing what you told your voters you were going to do is…. moronic? Never heard that definition before.

deTocqueville1
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deTocqueville1

Just what is ‘A functioning’ and ‘rational governmentt’? Is it one which builds power and wealth for itself while enslaving and impoverishing the people?

lawngren
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lawngren

Only a democrat could equate “functioning” and “rational” with our current hatch of larval tyrants.

Only a democrat could equate patriots like Ted Cruz with “underdeveloped mentally”. I’d love to see you debate him!

Ditto for “just as bad as any other extremists”. Cruz, as is well-known by anyone other than a democrat, is no extremist. Nor is he as bad as a radical muslim extremist. Far from it.

Your ideology has made you blind.

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

I’m not equating our current government to functional and rational, that’s the problem. I think there are too many members of congrees that refuse to compromise. Compromising is NOT betraying your principles. It’s understanding that fixing some problems, or partially fixing them, is better than fixing nothing at all. Compromise is what our government was founded on. People with vastly differing opinions working together towards a solution that is good for the country. Its a check and balance system, where no group or idealogy dominates to the benefit of a small percentage of the population and the expense of everyone else. Right now, and in an ever increasing way, the super rich are dominating our government. Its not the liberals, or the conservatives “ruining” our country – its those that have the money to buy elections and pay for their interests being persued over the common good of the country.

lawngren
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lawngren

Compromise is what got us into the mess we’re in. Compromise is what’s digging the hole deeper. And the rest of your reply is a confused contradiction of your original post. Either you need to learn to communicate, or you need to decide what you believe, or you need to go to HuffPo where you will feel at home.

easey_breazey
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easey_breazey

What mess are we in that was caused by compromise? What is the mess exactly? And what compromise caused it? Please elaborate if you actually have a point to make.
I’m not confused at all. What’s confusing or contradictory about my posts? Perhaps, since my post was longer than three sentences, you are the one who became confused.

Buster's View
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Buster's View

It’s that mentality of going along to get along that got us in the pickle we’re in now. And yes, it is compromising your principles that is being required of us. You compromise where you can find common ground. Compromise to the dems means caving in on every principle of liberty and limited government or you’re an evil obstructionist, radical extortionist, hostage taker, grandma-killing radical; and you must be destroyed.

Buster's View
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Buster's View

North Korea is “functional” by your standards. They just all do what Dear Leader wants, or else. That’s what you want? No obstruction! Stuff would get done!

David Baker
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David Baker

IF YOU ARE SICK OF THE CORRUPTION IN D,C,…..SUPPORT THE TRUCKER’S OCT 11-13th!! THEY ARE GOING TO STAND UP, WILL YOU!?

David Baker
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David Baker

SUPPORT THE TRUCKER’S STRIKE!! OCT 11-13th!! NO SHOPPING, SPEND FAMILY TIME, DO NOT SHOP AT WAL-MART!

lawngren
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lawngren

At the moment, the only thing I recollect about WalMart’s politics is that they are trying to avoid a minimum wage hike. Minimum wage hikes are democrat feel-good fuzzies. Political vaporware.

So what else are the truckers striking for? Union exemption from obamacare? While the unions thought they would be exempted from obamacare, they were a major supporter of it. Now it appears that obama has betrayed the unions too. If they don’t like it, tough. They helped stick non-union America with it. Like it or lump it.

Family time, now – that’s a great idea. I think I’ll take my entire family shopping at Walmart. Thanks for the tip.

stage9
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stage9

Karl Rove is a lying sack of CRAP!

RINOs have been told to DEFUND ObamaCare for TWO YEARS NOW!

David Baker
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David Baker

TIME TO STAND UP AND BE COUNTED! HELP ANY WAY YOU CAN! SHARE INFO W/ EVERYONE YOU CAN! THIS IS IT,…PERIOD!

wmath44
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wmath44

Rove proved he knows nothing when he said Romney would win.I’m tired of having to hold my nose and vote for some moderate or liberial republican for pres. We can lose just as well with a conservative.

monkbiker
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monkbiker

If Wallace releases the names he’ll never, EVER get any more information or interviews from those people. I’m betting that’s why he’ll never do it.

Buster's View
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Buster's View

I’d be just as happy if he never did get any more interviews with POS pols who would pull this kind of crap!

twoblackcats
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twoblackcats

Rove, GFYS. Wallace, you too. I’m a proud supporter of Cruz and Lee.

twoblackcats
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twoblackcats

Whoops, did I just cross a line, Mr. Moderator? I was just passionate.

Chester Simms
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Chester Simms

Hardly!

Chester Simms
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Chester Simms

Ditto!

sooner4ever
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sooner4ever

Until I read the rest of your post, I thought GFYS may have meant “good for you, sir.” My mistake. smile

twoblackcats
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twoblackcats

Uhm, no, it was the worst one of the batch. My neighbor actually has a bumper sticker saying the same thing and my husband had to ask him what it meant. Go figure.

karlstro2u
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karlstro2u

Come on Wallace. You opened the door! Tell us who is blindsiding Sen. Cruz ect. Bet it is McCain or Rove. That are an embarrassment to Republicans.

Betsey_Ross
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Betsey_Ross

Gee. All the Democrats and RINOs in DC seem to be out of sorts this weekend. I wonder why?

Musson1@Hotmail.com
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If Conservatives formed a 3rd party – would the GOP side with the DEMS against it?

I guess that was a stupid question.

DHardy
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DHardy

Chris Wallace is Fox’s pet Media Nazi. He is a shameful POS in direct competition with Chris Matthews…

travis690
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travis690

After what I see Rover doing, I can only conclude he and the Republicans that support his lame ideas are a threat to our Republic.

TexasDan48
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TexasDan48

Carl Rove is a jerk…..he misses the point, and is a big government guy…..Ted Cruz did try to get Republicans organized, but they are too weak and afraid of their image as painted by Obama…..Republicans are the problem, they have controlled the House since 2010 and they have done very little to stop Obama……Ted Cruz was elected in Texas, running against a well known and well supported prominent Republican, and he won because he listened to what most Texans wanted…..Cruz has not failed them, going to D.C. with the same message he was elected for…..I support him, I am sick and tired of Republicans not having a strong backbone……Without the emergence of Cruz and some others speaking strongly against Obama, the House and the Senate were both headed to losing more seats…..People respect strong leaders, and Obama has for too long gone unchallenged, now he is looking weak…..Bottom line is… Read more »

DHardy
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DHardy

Congress is ONE third of our Government and they get 90% of the blame and 90% of the negative feedback. Congress is in a bad place where everything they do gets knocked down by the Senate or our POS President. Personally I don’t agree with all of Congress but many of them have been doing ALL they can to battle Obama’s thuggery

lawngren
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lawngren

Disagree completely. They’ve had several chances to force a government shutdown, but failed. boner has had chances to tell obama NO!, but chose to cave to whatever obama was demanding at the moment.

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