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Thoughts on the GOP Establishment

The topic of the Republican establishment is often raised by conservatives.  So, what exactly is this "establishment" and is it real?  We receive positive and negative emails on this subject, so we wanted to briefly respond.  We believe there is an establishment and that it primarily consists of big government, liberal Republicans.  Duh.  They come in all shapes and sizes, but it's usually their past that's the indicator of their motives.  Is there proof of this?  Absolutely not, but patterns should be noted.  We want to walk through the motives of individuals in the GOP establishment and indicators that give them away.  Is this a critical issue going into the 2012 election?  Unfortunately, it is, because these people have the power and influence to get the Republican candidate they want.  And we saw how that turned out with John McCain.

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Rape, STD's and Anti-Semitism Doesn't Deter Democratic Support of Occupy Wall Street

When will the liberal mainstream media stop providing air support for the Occupy Wall Street movement?  For over 45-days, absolute anarchy has descended on America in the form of large protests, organized by liberal extremists that want to destroy capitalism and America, so it can be rebuilt as a socialist dystopia.  President Obama supports Occupy Wall Street; House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi supports it; top Jewish Democrats in Congress support the movement, despite the blatant anti-Semitism.  We're now entering winter, which will force many of the perverts to go home, but it's what's going to happen over the winter that's alarming: these degenerates are going to organize and prepare for 2012.  They are going to be a destructive and violent force, just like community organizers.

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"We Can't Wait": President Obama's New Message Reeks of Desperation

Desperation is a stinky cologne, but that's not going to stop President Obama from trying to smell his best.  The 2012 presidential campaign arguably never ended for Obama and the White House, but that doesn't mean he's not going to test a slew of different class warfare and incoherent messages before deciding on his new "Hope and Change" for the 2012 campaign.  Yesterday, the White House unveiled what seems like their fifth or sixth message in an attempt to blame the president's failed policies on Republicans.  "We Can't Wait" is the message, which is consistent with this administration - everything needs to be done yesterday so nobody has a chance to realize what they're dealing with.  It's worked in the past, but it won't work again.  Fool us twice, shame on us.

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