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Senior Contributor

The "new" Pledge to America?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but haven't we seen this dance before??

If I were you guys, I'd think it's time to throw in the towel, your party is out of touch, compeletly clueless, and in dire need of new leadership. Get rid of the nut-cases, religious right. The closer we get to the election, the more it should be plain to you too. You've got your off the wall right-wing nut-cases, and some of the died in the wool RINO's, but the moderate, independents, have heard this song and dance routine before. Your in a world of hurt, gentlemen.

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Re: Pay no attention.

A vote for any Democratic is a vote for Obama care, cap and trade, and higher taxes. YEE HAW.

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Re: Pay no attention.

I 'll bet  $5--corn & $10--beans are Obama's fault ----at least they did'nt mentioned trickle down economics--but that's probably coming---it's in the fine print  !!!!!!!!!!  Rep.'s don't say a word about prescription drug cost's that have went through the roof---doubling in 9 years??? 

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Re: The "new" Pledge to America?

Hey GTO, there is a big part of me that says that this is a unrecoverable tailspin and it would easier to let the Dems auger this sucker into the ground, rebuild from scratch afterward.  The people are rising up against Obama, especially on the Democrat side, he`s as welcome as a mosquito in a nudist colony. If the "nut cases" as you call them, do what they say when they win big time and America really wants to do what it takes for the Phoenix to rise again from the ashes.......What can I say? Hell, I`m a sucker for the underdog. 

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Re: The "new" Pledge to America?

Come on, BA! You and I have had enough discussions, to know that is not the truth. Voting for the underdog is cute, but that's not you, your more intelligent than that. Leave that to Oilcan and Millie. Please, hold your nose and all of you, educate yourselves to what the Republicans are trying to "save", small business. Watch this, please!

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036677/#39316659

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Re: The "new" Pledge to America?

Now, that your on the right track, don't believe me, these people have done the leg work on the subject.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036677/#39316685

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Re: The "new" Pledge to America?

Last one, and if you still believe the Republican Tea Party, is looking out for us, then so be it.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036677/#39316833

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Re: Pay no attention.

Maybe repubs should be talking about seed prices.........Tripling in 9 years...........

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Re: The "new" Pledge to America?

Those videos were the first time I`ve ever seen Old-Bird-Man make any sense and actually inform, also the first time he wasn`t so God awfull cocky. The way it sounds the term "small business" is thrown around like "family farm" ie, Jack DeCoster is a poor, overall wearing, family chicken farmer and a small businessman. My support of the Repulican party is their moral stand on issues, even some have had their own personal short comings. Repubs are the only ones on our side on freedom issues like gun rights, there again they are the party who gave us the "patriot act", which Obama had no problem in extending. Taxes on the federal level aren`t the biggest problem, shoot, just buy stuff like I do and it won`t be a problem. State and property taxes are the elephant in the room that is killing us. When I hear "cut federal taxes" what I really hear is they`re going to trickle it down and hook me at the local level. Spending needs to be cut to the bone on everything, something`s 200%  Smiley Happy  If Republicans will for once act like Conservatives, we may just turn this big turkey around.