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Dewey

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If a member on the Right hasn't decided by now whether they will vote for Trump or not, I'd sure like to know what remains to be learned to ultimately make that decision?  I'm told it has nothing to do with the handling of undocumented school children.  Is it about the wall?  Do you need to determine if he's really going to do it or not?  Hopefully, some of those on the fence will share how Donald can win them over and why the decision still can't be made.


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If a member on the Right hasn't decided by now whether they will vote for Trump or not, I'd sure like to know what remains to be learned to ultimately make that decision?  I'm told it has nothing to do with the handling of undocumented school children.  Is it about the wall?  Do you need to determine if he's really going to do it or not?  Hopefully, some of those on the fence will share how Donald can win them over and why the decision still can't be made at this time.
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If a member on the Right hasn't decided by now whether they will vote for Trump or not, I'd sure like to know what remains to be learned to ultimately make that decision?  I'm told it has nothing to do with the handling of undocumented school children.  Is it about the wall?  Do you need to determine if he's really going to do it or not?  Hopefully, some of those on the fence will share how Donald can win them over and why the decision still can't be made at this time.


Dewey spends 99% of his time talking about the Republicans because he's terrified to talk about Hillary or Bernie, two deeply flawed candidates.

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He has a strange addiction
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Dewey spends 99% of his time talking about the Republicans because he's terrified to talk about Hillary or Bernie, two deeply flawed candidates.


But will you admit that the Republican candidates are deeply flawed as well, except maybe Kasich?

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Dewey spends 99% of his time talking about the Republicans because he's terrified to talk about Hillary or Bernie, two deeply flawed candidates.


pabar - I spend my time talking issues and supporting Progressive philosophy.  I figured that's what one does when they participate in a political forum.  I don't come here to be coy.  I'll say who I'll vote for and what I believe.  I often push for your side to do the same.  Will you vote for Trump or not?  If you can't decide now, what else do you need to learn before you can make up your mind?  Do you think Cruz will make efforts to stop undocumented from attending schools and returning to their jobs?  Do you think he should make efforts to stop them?  If you can't share your personal positions on these issues, if you must keep it a secret, then I have no idea why Conservatives spend their time here.  Don't participate in an open public forum if you don't want your opinions public.

You spend 99% of your time here trying to get me to be critical of Obama, Clinton, or Sanders.  What a waste of time.  Regardless the size of our reading audience, at least spend constructive time trying to supply reasons to vote "R".  Convince readers that deporting the parents of American children is necessary.  Convince them we should allow businesses the right to discriminate.  Explain why we must end access to preventive health care for those who can't afford insurance.  Don't keep your positions secret, sell them to the reader.  Finally, please stop begging others to be critical of those they support.  Admire the loyalty instead.
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But will you admit that the Republican candidates are deeply flawed as well, except maybe Kasich?


Trump yes.  Cruz no.  Cruz is an incredibly intelligent man who believes that we should be following the tenets of the Constitution.  He has been castigated because he's not afraid to stand up to his own party when they fail to follow their duty to protect and defend the Constitution.  Boehner, McConnell, McCain and the rest of those pantywaists should be ashamed of how they've treated him.  Of the five candidates left, Cruz is, by far, the most qualified.

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pabar - I spend my time talking issues No, talking around issues and supporting Progressive philosophy aka liberalism which has been shown to be a failed philosophy time and time again.  I figured that's what one does when they participate in a political forum.  I don't come here to be coy.  I'll say who I'll vote for and what I believe.  I often push for your side to do the same.  Will you vote for Trump or not?  I've answered this numerous times If you can't decide now, what else do you need to learn before you can make up your mind?  Do you think Cruz will make efforts to stop undocumented from attending schools and returning to their jobs?  He will defend and support the Constitution - something Obama willingly does not do  Do you think he should make efforts to stop them?  If you can't share your personal positions on these issues, if you must keep it a secret, then I have no idea why Conservatives spend their time here.  Don't participate in an open public forum if you don't want your opinions public.  Mind your own business.

You spend 99% of your time here trying to get me to be critical of Obama, Clinton, or Sanders.  What a waste of time.  I'm trying to get you to be honest but, you're right, that's a waste of time.  Regardless the size of our reading audience, at least spend constructive time trying to supply reasons to vote "R".  You're not reading 99% of our posts if you don't think we've done this.  Convince readers that deporting the parents of American children is necessary.  Because it's the law  Convince them we should allow businesses the right to discriminate.  It's called the 1st Amendment  Explain why we must end access to preventive health care for those who can't afford insurance.  Not a conservative position  Don't keep your positions secret, sell them to the reader.  Again - you're not reading our posts  Finally, please stop begging others to be critical of those they support.  Admire the loyalty instead.  Why don't you stop telling others what to do?  I know that's hard for a liberal but last I checked, we mostly respected freedom in this country.  

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All of our politicians support and follow the Constitution.  No statement can be more shallow than constantly telling Americans the Democrats don't care about police, veterans, or the Constitution.  My guess is most Americans immediately dismiss anyone who makes such statements.  Generally speaking, when a Conservative loses a SC decision, they still believe they are right.  So easily dismissing the decisions of SC Justices is akin to disrespecting the Constitution and how it instructs us to operate.  According to the document our founders provided us, Obamacare is constitutional.  Deal with it and respect the Constitution.
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pabar says:

"Name a corrupt church that is doing what you say.  Name one. Just one.  One."

"For once, stick with the issues and stop making it about you all the time."

"Stop bashing Republicans.  You do it only because you don't like it!"

"Show us just one piece of documentation to support this statement."

"Go ahead and tell us that you stand corrected on that point."


then pabar says:

"Why don't you stop telling others what to do?  I know that's hard for a liberal but last I checked, we mostly respected freedom in this country."



pabar - To clarify, in my earlier post "you" was intended to include the collective group of Conservatives inside here.  You are one who said he will vote for Trump.
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who's the only POTUS in recent memory to trash the SCOTUS to their faces while they were at the SOU, prompting them to not attend any longer?
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It's called criticism and it's been done before, (Google it).  If criticism of SC decisions is uncomfortable, then they shouldn't come to the SOTU.  Many have skipped for years.
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It's called criticism and it's been done before, (Google it).  If criticism of SC decisions is uncomfortable, then they shouldn't come to the SOTU.  Many have skipped for years.


But I thought only one side thought they were right, even when the decision went against them.
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No.  When decisions go against the Right, most still think they're both right on the issue and right when accusing the deciders of dismissing the Constitution.  Democrats simply understand we disagree over a gray area issue.
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I didn't agree with the Roberts decision, but it is law. If Obama is overruled on his EO, and slapped by a 4-4 decision, will you abide by it?
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woody - Of course I will and I won't accuse those who disagree with me as being against the Constitution. Not every decision is clearly outlined in the Constitution.
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No.  When decisions go against the Right, most still think they're both right on the issue and right when accusing the deciders of dismissing the Constitution.  Democrats simply understand we disagree over a gray area issue.


See "Citizens United" for how the left responds to a SCOTUS decision they disagree with. Listen to Clinton and Sanders and tell me they "simply understand we disagree."

To say "Democrats simply understand we disagree over a gray area issue" is the depth of absurdity and a gross insult to the intelligence of the readers.

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The Democrats disagree with Citizens United and Conservatives disagree with the Obamacare ruling.  The difference is Conservatives will cry that we are ignoring the Constitution.  The fact remains, we're following it just as designed.
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so you don't think Dems whine about Citizens United?

That was Obama's rallying cry that lead his IRS to target conservative PACs
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The Constitution is like the Bible in that people pick and choose the portions they think are important and ignore the portions that are inconvenient. Activists only believe in the Constitution when it suits their purposes. Otherwise, they view it as just another obstacle that must be overcome by any means necessary to implement their agenda. 
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The Constitution is like the Bible in that people pick and choose the portions they think are important and ignore the portions that are inconvenient.


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The Constitution is like the Bible in that people pick and choose the portions they think are important and ignore the portions that are inconvenient.


And Conservatives are like bluedog, (sorry bluedog).  They're the only ones who know how to interpret and every other interpretation is wrong.  Interpret differently and be accused of not following the Bible.
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Considering how poorly Democrats understand the Constitution, it's a damn good thing Conservatives do. [rofl]
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Dewey said.......

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Interpret differently and be accused of not following the Bible.


I can always tell if someone reads and studies the Bible by a few simple questions........If I expose your Bible illiteracy, then, it's very obvious you aren't a Bible follower.........You simply cannot follow what you don't know exists.......

So, Dewey, your statement is foolish........
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I think our founders understood there would be individuals who thought they had all the answers and may try to force them upon us.  I kind of like the best of nine component they included in our Constitution.  Keeps the supposedly "all knowing" at bay.
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