Mitch McConnell’s Democratic opponent to disgruntled Matt Bevin fans: Join me

posted at 6:01 pm on May 23, 2014 by Allahpundit

Together you can rule the galaxy.

I, too, believe Washington, D.C. is not working for Kentucky.

I, too, believe that the federal government should help or get out of the way.

I, too, want Republicans and Democrats to work together to cut spending and to help Kentucky businesses create jobs…

Join me, and let us work together to create change. Yes, we are in different parties, and we have divergent views on some issues. But if you believe that we need a fresh face to shake up Washington, I invite you to join our campaign.

If you believe that it is past time to give Mitch McConnell and his D.C. lobbyist cronies the boot, I welcome you to join our effort to elect an independent, commonsense problem solver who will fight for Kentucky values.

Is there any evidence that tea partiers disgusted with Mitch the Knife might be open to this pitch? Sort of. Remember this table from one of the last polls of the primary?

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Twenty-five percent of “conservative” voters were open to voting for Alison Grimes. Granted, 21 percent of “liberals” were open to McConnell, but there are no hard feelings potentially blocking those voters from coming home to the Democrats in November. Among Republicans, there are lots of hard feelings. Read the intro to this CNN piece from a few days ago in which an annoyed Bevin shows off a “Fraud Alert” that Team Mitch sent around about him. Quote: “It’s unbelievable. It’s crap. This is how he has run his entire race. He’s attacking me for being a member of the tea party while threatening to crush these people and punch them in the nose.” His anger was, per CNN, a source of “amusement” to the McConnell camp. Politico got an even more interesting quote from Bevin the day after he was blown out: “You can’t punch people in the face, punch people in the face, punch people in the face, and ask them to have tea and crumpets with you and think it’s all good.”

Or can you?

No one believes that Bevin’s going to endorse Grimes. He’s young by political standards; if Rand Paul is blocked by law from running for president and Senate in 2016, Bevin might jump into the Senate primary to replace him. He’d be DOA in two years if he embraces the Democrat outright but maybe not DOA if he declares that, as a matter of conservative conscience, he can’t endorse anyone in the race. Besides, how much would it really matter to Mitch-haters if Bevin did endorse McConnell? Support for Bevin on the right was never about him personally; it was a pure “Not Mitch” coalition. Whether that endures or disintegrates as hard feelings soften has little to do with Bevin at this point.

It’s interesting, though, that McConnell is sufficiently worried about tea partiers staying home that he’s already trotting out Rand Paul to make the case for unity. Everyone expected Rand to campaign for him, but I didn’t think we’d see him talking up McConnell’s conservative bona fides three days after the primary — especially since tea-party groups have, commendably, already moved to closed ranks around McConnell. There is, though, something to be said for the idea that Mark Levin was kicking around (but not quite endorsing) the other day about conservatives staying home in the general election to send a message to establishment brawlers like McConnell. It comes at a steep cost in potentially losing a red-state Senate seat, but if you want to truly terrify Beltway Republicans who stray too far from the tea-party line, one lone general-election boycott — at the minority leader’s expense, no less — would do it like nothing else. It’s not going to happen, but again, it’s interesting that Team Mitch is taking nothing for granted.

Exit question: Does McConnell’s plan to repeal ObamaCare also include repealing Kentucky’s state insurance exchange? Oddly, he’s noncommittal on the question.


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No matter how many “we told you so” moments we have, the Krispy Kremers are stuck on stupid

Brock Robamney on May 26, 2014 at 2:38 PM

yeah, didn’t think so.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 8:29 AM

Trying to talk these people in off the ledge is fighting against darwinism. They are passionate about making themselves extinct and immune to evidence. Perhaps it’s time we just got it over with and told them to jump.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 12:57 PM

Yeah. Because I don’t respond at 3 AM I don’t have a response. OK.

The only drama going on during the shutdown was from the liberal republicans freaking out that we were going to lose the house. Stop with the pathetic ad hominems.

Here:

WASHINGTON, D.C. — With the Republican-controlled House of Representatives engaged in a tense, government-shuttering budgetary standoff against a Democratic president and Senate, the Republican Party is now viewed favorably by 28% of Americans, down from 38% in September. This is the lowest favorable rating measured for either party since Gallup began asking this question in 1992.

Continued…

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Shutdown debate damages GOP
By a 22-point margin (53 percent to 31 percent), the public blames the Republican Party more for the shutdown than President Barack Obama – a wider margin of blame for the GOP than the party received during the poll during the last shutdown in 1995-96.

There was little in the findings for the GOP to feel good about. The party’s image has sunk to an all-time low in Post-ABC surveys, with 32 percent of the public saying they have a favorable opinion and 63 percent saying they have an unfavorable view. Almost four in 10 Americans have a strongly unfavorable view of the GOP.
The tea party fares just as badly. Barely a quarter of the public has a favorable image of the movement, the lowest rating in Post-ABC polling.

I could go on with this, those were literally just the first few Google results.
(Continued)

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 1:03 PM

Ah yes, the dreaded NBC poll that had 20% of their respondents as government workers. The poll that the liberal republicans absolutely LOVE to go to like a security blanket. A poll that was debunked over and over. A push poll at that.

Since we are going to be hysterical:

The damage to the republican party so long lasting and horrible that the Democrats are favored by the RCP average by a TRULY MASSIVE AND UNASSAILABLE 0.7 PERCENT!!!

*Clutches Pearls*

How are we going to win with that shutdown hanging over our heads!? Since the government only functioned at 90% levels and all that back pay given to the workforce for their paid vacation is surely going to DOOM US ALL!

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 4:49 PM

Yeah. Because I don’t respond at 3 AM I don’t have a response. OK.

Ok. 12 hours later. The response?

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:12 PM

Every vulnerable democrat needs to be kicked out. But I believe that McConnell is taking resources away from other candidates that need it. Would you throw away the seats to the democrats in NC, WV, AR, and LA to prop him up? Because the RNC and the NRSC will be throwing gobs of cash to get him across.

I don’t think conservatives should prop up existing office holders just because they are republicans, they need to give us a reason to vote for them other than they are not team blue.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 12:54 PM

Name them. Tell us why. Seriously.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:13 PM

Name them. Tell us why. Seriously.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:13 PM

Seriously, what are you talking about???

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:20 PM

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 12:54 PM

So…you’ll throw away seats…to save resources.

Got it. Grow up yourself.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:24 PM

I want to know which vulnerable democrats you are contributing against, and why. It’s not complicated.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:25 PM

So…you’ll throw away seats…to save resources.

Got it. Grow up yourself.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:24 PM

McConnell is doing that all by himself. He is endangering a safe seat in Kentucky and now the national party needs to prop him up.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:26 PM

and told them to jump.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 12:57 PM

That’s my mission in life.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:27 PM

I want to know which vulnerable democrats you are contributing against, and why. It’s not complicated.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:25 PM

So you want receipts?

What about the loyalty oath and secret handshake?

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:28 PM

McConnell is doing that all by himself. He is endangering a safe seat in Kentucky and now the national party needs to prop him up.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:26 PM

So you show me that Romney loses on “moderates” and claim KY Dufus needs to go further right. That’s delusional.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:29 PM

What about the loyalty oath and secret handshake?

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:28 PM

wouldn’t do any good. I an just reactionary

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:30 PM

am

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:30 PM

Still no names. Still no reasons. Quick…phone the mothership

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:33 PM

That’s my mission in life.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:27 PM

Well then you need much more practice because all you sound like are paid McConnell/Boehner trolls. Every fact you two are throwing up is so full of holes, I can see Pelosi’s logic shining through!

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:34 PM

Well then you need much more practice because all you sound like are paid McConnell/Boehner trolls. Every fact you two are throwing up is so full of holes, I can see Pelosi’s logic shining through!

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:34 PM

Evasion. Good. Ya know….people are watching. So is your boss.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:37 PM

I can see Pelosi’s logic shining through!

She’s safe. Gotta do better.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:41 PM

Right. See you in your next incarnation. PS. 7% on unsecured is too much.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:43 PM

So you show me that Romney loses on “moderates” and claim KY Dufus needs to go further right. That’s delusional.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:29 PM

Kentucky is a RED state, which can nominate someone who is less abrasive to conservative candidates. The current candidate is a terrible leader who allows red on red sniping. He can’t keep his caucus in line.

Romney lost on moderates because his messaging sucked and was a flip flopping “severely conservative” weasel. Just like when democrats nominated John Kerry. People are not stupid. Moderates saw through that veneer very quickly and Obama made it all the more clear with his crazy insinuations that Romney gave cancer to his employees, to him trying to bring back Jim Crow laws, to him banning abortion outright and nationalizing mormonism. No response from Romney/Ryan.

Look at the exit polls. A sizable portion of the electorate voted for Obama because they viewed him as a person who cares more about the “middle class” and “people like them.” Where was Romney’s response to that? 57 point plans do not work. Simple messages do. Running against crony capitalism would have worked as a headline issue and could have difused some of the hysteria thrown by the Obama people. Romney allowed himself to be turned into a Rockefeller/Mr Monopoly.

You guys were also the ones insinuating that conservatives did not show up. I have said repeatedly said that Romney lost in the middle, he actually gained on Bush with liberals. Conservatives did show up and voted in the same way they did with Bush (who won).

You don’t win by putting up John Kerry in team red clothing in a national election. Especially if he is not going to fight, which is what most GOPe backed politicians have a problem with against democrats.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:50 PM

Right. See you in your next incarnation. PS. 7% on unsecured is too much.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:43 PM

Um Ok.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 5:51 PM

NWConservative

Yeah. Because I don’t respond at 3 AM I don’t have a response. OK.

If you want to keep ahead of all the swirling conspiracies that the GOP and the Muslim brotherhood engage in with the ACU and the Chamber of commerce, you need to learn to sleep with one eye open and be ready to flood the forum respond instantly to any attempt from me and all my sock puppets (I am the internet by the way) be it day or night.

Ah yes, the dreaded NBC poll that had 20% of their respondents as government workers. The poll that the liberal republicans absolutely LOVE to go to like a security blanket. A poll that was debunked over and over. A push poll at that.

I posted links to other polls, however I’m not surprised to hear that NBC is in cahoots with the muslim brotherhood, Chamber of commerce, American conservative union and the Republican party. I don’t know why I didn’t see this spooner because everything about NBC screams “in with the republicans”. (One would think with this kind of networking that they would do a better job of winning elections or governing when they do get in. I guess they can’t multitask.)

Since we are going to be hysterical:

Your dial goes up to 11?

The damage to the republican party so long lasting and horrible that the Democrats are favored by the RCP average by a TRULY MASSIVE AND UNASSAILABLE 0.7 PERCENT!!!

Indeed, what saved the GOP after shooting itself in the foot was the democrats shot themselves in both feet with the Obamacare roll out. In other words, the dems failed in an even more spectacular way. No worries, we’ll do something even stupider to eat away at that “TRULY MASSIVE AND UNASSAILABLE 0.7 PERCENT!!!” Well done on combining the caps, bold, italics and the extra exclamation points there, that lends your post credibility. The more exclamation points, the more credible and compelling.

*Clutches Pearls*

That’s gravitas in action, Right there.
So.. .why didn’t you address this? and why didn’t you provide an answer to “which vulnerable democrats you are contributing against, and why”.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 8:02 PM

and told them to jump.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 12:57 PM

That’s my mission in life.

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 5:27 PM

Excellent, It’s time for some sidewalk splatter.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 8:10 PM

If you want to keep ahead of all the swirling conspiracies that the GOP and the Muslim brotherhood engage in with the ACU and the Chamber of commerce, you need to learn to sleep with one eye open and be ready to flood the forum respond instantly to any attempt from me and all my sock puppets (I am the internet by the way) be it day or night.

Ah, I forgot. You don’t respond with facts. I have yet to see you actually research and respond to anything I have posted. But you’re not interested in an actual discussion.

We just gloss over anything that doesn’t fit.

Got it.

I posted links to other polls, however I’m not surprised to hear that NBC is in cahoots with the muslim brotherhood, Chamber of commerce, American conservative union and the Republican party. I don’t know why I didn’t see this spooner because everything about NBC screams “in with the republicans”. (One would think with this kind of networking that they would do a better job of winning elections or governing when they do get in. I guess they can’t multitask.)

Okay, now your really getting hysterical. Just grab a bag and breathe slowly into it. You’re starting to make spelling errors now.

And we continue with hysterics because your argument is based on 7 month old polling, which is at this point, is completely invalid.

But keep pounding that chicken V7.

Your dial goes up to 11?

Wait, I thought that is what we did when we are liberal republicans? We just exaggerate and bring up old data, false data, and throw out contrary evidence if it doesn’t fit the prototype? But we do it with hysterics and throw out conspiracy accusations for effect!

The damage to the republican party so long lasting and horrible that the Democrats are favored by the RCP average by a TRULY MASSIVE AND UNASSAILABLE 0.7 PERCENT!!!

Indeed, what saved the GOP after shooting itself in the foot was the democrats shot themselves in both feet with the Obamacare roll out. In other words, the dems failed in an even more spectacular way. No worries, we’ll do something even stupider to eat away at that “TRULY MASSIVE AND UNASSAILABLE 0.7 PERCENT!!!” Well done on combining the caps, bold, italics and the extra exclamation points there, that lends your post credibility. The more exclamation points, the more credible and compelling.

Well since apparently some people were dialing up crazy with the false outrage, bringing up dead veterans, and talking about polls with 20 percent government workers during a 7 month old 10% government shutdown. What’s next V7? Are we going to start with the race card too?

Are we going to grade grammar and sentence structure next?

Do you want the loyalty oath too?

*Clutches Pearls*

That’s gravitas in action, Right there.

Do you even know what gravitas means V7?

So.. .why didn’t you address this? and why didn’t you provide an answer to “which vulnerable democrats you are contributing against, and why”.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 8:02 PM

Well, if the GOPe wasn’t running such crappy candidates, then maybe they wouldn’t have lost right V7?

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 9:52 PM

Excellent, It’s time for some sidewalk splatter.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 8:10 PM

Classy.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 9:53 PM

No matter how many “we told you so” moments we have, the Krispy Kremers are stuck on stupid

Brock Robamney on May 26, 2014 at 2:38 PM

It is so freaking true. It is like talking to a web bot troll with GOPe talking points.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 10:28 PM

To summarize, we have V7 moving on from CONSPIRACY IWIN! to
4.1 million conservatives stayed home because they didn’t vote for Mitt Romney to
the ACU doesn’t support amnesty to
cherry picking amnesty quotes to
CONSPIRACY IWIN! again to
McConnell doesn’t support amnesty to
Democrats blocked amnesty in the House

So what next V7?

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 10:44 PM

Ah, I forgot. You don’t respond with facts. I have yet to see you actually research and respond to anything I have posted. But you’re not interested in an actual discussion.

We just gloss over anything that doesn’t fit.

Got it.

Projection much? What do you want me to respond to here? “Ah yes, the dreaded NBC poll that had 20% of their respondents as government workers.”… There were other polls cited. Didn’t you read what I posted? Did you read this? If so how come you haven’t answered any of the questions directed at you? Are you just glossing over anything that doesn’t fit?

Okay, now your really getting hysterical. Just grab a bag and breathe slowly into it. You’re starting to make spelling errors now.

Was that a fact that I need to address? No, it isn’t. I can barely stay awake at this point.

And we continue with hysterics because your argument is based on 7 month old polling, which is at this point, is completely invalid.

Umm, the event happened 7 months ago. That’s why the polling is valid. Thanks for the laugh, seriously.

But keep pounding that chicken V7.

Nope, a Wacko bird, a close relative of the chicken.

We just exaggerate and bring up old data, false data, and throw out contrary evidence if it doesn’t fit the prototype? But we do it with hysterics and throw out conspiracy accusations for effect!

I haven’t exaggerated, invented crazy conspiracies to invalidate what I don’t want to hear, nor have I been hysterical. You can, if you can actually bring yourself to see something that you don’t want to be made aware of, tilt your head back and verify that for yourself.

Well since apparently some people were dialing up crazy with the false outrage, bringing up dead veterans….

So the press isn’t for the GOP after all.

and talking about polls with 20 percent government workers

I linked to a bunch of polls, there are still more links that didn’t get through moderation for some reason. Did, for instance, the Washington Post-ABC News poll have 20% government workers? (was that another redstate diary that told you that there were 20% government workers in that poll?)

during a 7 month old 10% government shutdown.

Yeah,again, and I can’t believe you are beclowning yourself like this: the polls are 7 months old because the shut down happened about 7 months ago.

What’s next V7? Are we going to start with the race card too?

Is “Dumb” a race?

Are we going to grade grammar and sentence structure next?

Why not, it would be more constructive.

Do you want the loyalty oath too?

I took an oath to the Constitution and my promises don’t have an expiration date. It’s one of the main reasons I don’t like people who are deliberately out to cause the country harm because they think they are in a position to teach someone else a lesson. That line of thinking is concurrently stupid and smug. It hasn’t worked and it wont work. All it is doing is injuring the country, deliberately.

Do you even know what gravitas means V7?

Here ya go.

grav·i·tas (grăv′ĭ-täs′)
n.
1. Substance; weightiness: a frivolous biography that lacks the gravitas of its subject.
2. A serious or dignified demeanor: “Our national father figure needs gravitas, [but] he’s pitched himself as the kid brother” (John Leo).
[Latin gravitās, heaviness, seriousness; see gravity.]
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition copyright ©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Updated in 2009. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
gravitas (ˈɡrævɪˌtæs)
n
1. seriousness, solemnity, or importance
[C20: from Latin gravitās weight, from gravis heavy]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003
grav•i•tas (ˈgræv ɪˌtɑs, -ˌtæs)
n.
seriousness or sobriety, as of conduct or speech.
[1920–25; < Latin gravitās; see gravity]

Got it?

Well, if the GOPe wasn’t running such crappy candidates, then maybe they wouldn’t have lost right V7?

The GOPe or whatever doesn’t pick the candidates, the primaries do.
Seeing as you couldn’t answer the question WryTrvllr repeatedly asked you I suspect that you would find some excuse for losing no matter who we run.

Excellent, It’s time for some sidewalk splatter.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 8:10 PM

Classy.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 9:53 PM

Class has nothing to do with it, It’s simple Ornithology: Everyone knows that the wacko bird is flightless.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 11:10 PM

No matter how many “we told you so” moments we have, the Krispy Kremers are stuck on stupid

Brock Robamney on May 26, 2014 at 2:38 PM

It is so freaking true. It is like talking to a web bot troll with GOPe talking points.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 10:28 PM

You are being bamboozled, hoodwinked and led astray…

To summarize…

I’m a couple of hours closer to death and you are a nut.

So what next V7?

The world moves on, the country gets diminished and there’s another splat on the sidewalk.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 11:16 PM

McConnell will do more harm to conservatism as senate majority leader than Grimes could do in 100 years. She won’t have the musle to twist the arms of freshman republicans behind the scenes.

He will push amnesty, lay down on Obamacare and basically act as a puppet for the Chamber of Commerce and the rest of the detached billionaire crony capitalists. These guys, including Jeb Bush and John Boehner are not free market supporters. They are big government socialists. They just lie about it to win primaries.

If you believe that if the republicans win the senate and Mcconnell remains leader that they are going to do anything to stop Obama you are crazy.

I hope Grimes wins…

conservativeBC on May 26, 2014 at 11:27 PM

I hope Grimes wins…

conservativeBC on May 26, 2014 at 11:27 PM

Oops. Another alphabet “conservative”. Hey, BC is near the NW, so it’s all good.

I’m sure you do.

If she doesn’t, I’ll see you in two years.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 12:09 AM

I’m thinking of taking new monikers.

wryMIC
wryKEY
wryFnMOUSE

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 12:11 AM

Projection much? What do you want me to respond to here? “Ah yes, the dreaded NBC poll that had 20% of their respondents as government workers.”… There were other polls cited. Didn’t you read what I posted? Did you read this? If so how come you haven’t answered any of the questions directed at you? Are you just glossing over anything that doesn’t fit?

Glossing over what? You don’t respond to half of the things I mention, and you pronounce the other half “conspiracies.” And now because you are not satisfied with answers you pronounce them as “not answered.”

As to your poll links, what more did they say? They didn’t tell me anything more than I needed to see. That the public hated all politicians but hated republicans more? Obama around that time was in the lower 40′s in approval, the Democrats lower and around the Republicans approval.

Was that a fact that I need to address? No, it isn’t. I can barely stay awake at this point.

Uh huh. Right.

Umm, the event happened 7 months ago. That’s why the polling is valid. Thanks for the laugh, seriously.

Are you this willfully stupid all the time? You yourself were using the polling to try and respond to my accusation that liberal republicans were freaking out that we were going to lose the House because of the shutdown. Conservatives at the time said they would not, AND they are at this moment, not even close to losing it.

But keep pounding that chicken V7.

Nope, a Wacko bird, a close relative of the chicken.

Keep pounding that chicken V7.

I haven’t exaggerated, invented crazy conspiracies to invalidate what I don’t want to hear, nor have I been hysterical. You can, if you can actually bring yourself to see something that you don’t want to be made aware of, tilt your head back and verify that for yourself.

Really? Oh so your repeated references to the Bilderbergs and other conspiratorial nonsense in response to myself and other posters in this very thread is not exaggeration and meant to discredite the person rather than the evidence itself?

Again really?

Well since apparently some people were dialing up crazy with the false outrage, bringing up dead veterans….

So the press isn’t for the GOP after all.

Considering you are the one who brought it up after all . . .

and talking about polls with 20 percent government workers

Did, for instance, the Washington Post-ABC News poll have 20% government workers? (was that another redstate diary that told you that there were 20% government workers in that poll?)

No, the poll itself did. Go to the last page of the pdf file and read it yourself. I don’t normally read Redstate, you would fit in very well there however during the election season.

If you knew anything about research you would have found that less than 7% of the population works for the government combined!

during a 7 month old 10% government shutdown.

Yeah,again, and I can’t believe you are beclowning yourself like this: the polls are 7 months old because the shut down happened about 7 months ago.

Already answered above. But you keep trying to make it about some other topic than what I made the original point on. Again I said the liberal Republicans were using the shutdown polls as a fearmongering tactic to capitulate because they would suffer permanent damage in the polls. Which did not happen.

It did not happen in the shutdowns of 1995-96 and it did not happen now. Amnesty will cause them to lose the House.

What’s next V7? Are we going to start with the race card too?

Is “Dumb” a race?

It will have your picture right underneath the definition.

Are we going to grade grammar and sentence structure next?

Why not, it would be more constructive.

I agree. Your circular arguments are getting to be obnoxious.

Do you want the loyalty oath too?

I took an oath to the Constitution and my promises don’t have an expiration date. It’s one of the main reasons I don’t like people who are deliberately out to cause the country harm because they think they are in a position to teach someone else a lesson. That line of thinking is concurrently stupid and smug. It hasn’t worked and it wont work. All it is doing is injuring the country, deliberately.

Well then, I would be expecting you of all people, to be screaming from the rooftops the travesties that Boehner and McConnell are allowing to go on with Obama and the country in general.

Well, if the GOPe wasn’t running such crappy candidates, then maybe they wouldn’t have lost right V7?

The GOPe or whatever doesn’t pick the candidates, the primaries do.
Seeing as you couldn’t answer the question WryTrvllr repeatedly asked you I suspect that you would find some excuse for losing no matter who we run.

The GOP leadership committees most certainly and strongly influence candidates to run/not run. I didn’t say that they picked the candidates, you did.

And as to WryTrvllr, I can barely understand him half the time with his internet L33T speak.

As to candidates in question, I think even you may be surprised:

I support Monica Wehby in Oregon because she is the most conservative that state can have at the moment and she has a kick-ass messaging team.

I am fine with most candidates in most states. I don’t like perrennial candidates who have been in Washington for more than 10-20 years because it should not be a permanent cushy job to enrich yourself and your donors/family.

And I don’t like McConnell as I have previously stated, many times. He is a slimy career politician. He should not be in a leadership position publicly trashing portions of his base. He would not be taking all this flak if he actually did what he told his voters he would do! I would understand if this was a blue state, but Kentucky is most definitely NOT a blue state in national politics.

Additionally, I don’t support the RNC and NRSC using funding donated from other parts of the country to support McConnell’s re-election campaign. It draws funds that should be used to unseat Pryor, Hagan, and Begich at the very LEAST.

Excellent, It’s time for some sidewalk splatter.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 8:10 PM

Classy.

NWConservative on May 26, 2014 at 9:53 PM

Class has nothing to do with it, It’s simple Ornithology: Everyone knows that the wacko bird is flightless.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 11:10 PM

Yep really classy.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:07 AM

And as to WryTrvllr, I can barely understand him half the time with his internet L33T speak.

As to candidates in question, I think even you may be surprised:

I support Monica Wehby in Oregon because she is the most conservative that state can have at the moment and she has a kick-ass messaging team.

Seriously?? Realclear puts that race in the leans democrat category. Best you can do??? Just another day in Paradise, Sally.

-PEIConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:15 AM

So what next V7?

The world moves on, the country gets diminished and there’s another splat on the sidewalk.

V7_Sport on May 26, 2014 at 11:16 PM

So there you go. Don’t hold back V7! We have gone from accusations of conspiracy to nuts to suicidal nutcase. You just can’t help yourself can you?

Are you going to be the one to push all those ‘baggers off the roof? Those icky Trucons? Don’t forget about that ‘bagger queen Sarah Palin.

When are you going to break Godwin’s law V7? I’m sure that is what you’ll do next right?

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:18 AM

Seriously?? Realclear puts that race in the leans democrat category. Best you can do??? Just another day in Paradise, Sally.

-PEIConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:15 AM

Do you not want her to win? Do you support the Democrat candidate? I need to see your receipt to verify your loyalty to the GOP.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:20 AM

Seriously?? Realclear puts that race in the leans democrat category. Best you can do??? Just another day in Paradise, Sally.

-PEIConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:15 AM

Additionally, I don’t support the RNC and NRSC using funding donated from other parts of the country to support McConnell’s re-election campaign. It draws funds that should be used to unseat Pryor, Hagan, and Begich at the very LEAST.

Did you not read the very last sentence?

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:22 AM

Do you not want her to win? Do you support the Democrat candidate? I need to see your receipt to verify your loyalty to the GOP.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:20 AM

A better question is, did you not read the first sentence of the paragraph, that YOU wrote. Here it is again….

Additionally, I don’t support the RNC and NRSC using funding donated from other parts of the country to support McConnell’s re-election campaign. It draws funds that should be used to unseat Pryor, Hagan, and Begich at the very LEAST.

But you’re getting better. I’m willing to bet you know who I donate to.

BVIConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:30 AM

8 minutes. OK so there’s still room for improvement. I smell pay raise!!!

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:39 AM

But you’re getting better. I’m willing to bet you know who I donate to.

BVIConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:30 AM

Oh I’m sure it is to Boehner and McConnell since you love their deficit spending so much.

Hey, and just for shyts and giggles, can you name me any vulnerable democrats you would vote against and why?

WryTrvllr on May 26, 2014 at 2:44 AM

Let me narrow this down to make it really easy for you

Pryor, Hagan, Begich, Shaheen, Franken, Landrieu, Peters, Graham, Boehner, and McConnell

Because they are Porkers, Career Politicians, Corrupt, and Enable Democrat Policy to Pass Into Law.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:39 AM

8 minutes. OK so there’s still room for improvement. I smell pay raise!!!

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:39 AM

Your L33t sP3aK is getting better. I still don’t get what you are talking about. Are you being paid for posts dude?

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:42 AM

Do you not want her to win? Do you support the Democrat candidate? I need to see your receipt to verify your loyalty to the GOP.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:20 AM

Ya know, rereading that part is just too d@mn funny.

-CaracasConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:43 AM

Ya know, rereading that part is just too d@mn funny.

-CaracasConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:43 AM

Well, I was imitating most of you guys who whine about people not voting like zombies for team red.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:45 AM

Pryor, Hagan, Begich, Shaheen, Franken, Landrieu, Peters, Graham, Boehner, and McConnell

Of those 10 only 4 are vulnerable democrats in the senate. But you knew that.

-TijuanaConsevative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:48 AM

Well, I was imitating most of you guys who whine about people not voting like zombies for team red.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:45 AM

Again, too funny.

-SEConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:50 AM

Are you approved to crank it to 11?

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:51 AM

Pryor, Hagan, Begich, Shaheen, Franken, Landrieu, Peters, Graham, Boehner, and McConnell

Of those 10 only 4 are vulnerable democrats in the senate. But you knew that.

-TijuanaConsevative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:48 AM

I am glad you agree that Graham, Boehner, and McConnell are democrats.

Stop with the vulnerability BS. How do you know that Franken, Shaheen, Peters, Merkley, or Udall won’t be vulnerable in November?

Oh wait, amnesty passed through with Boehner and McConnell’s help perhaps?

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:53 AM

Are you approved to crank it to 11?

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:51 AM

Will that boost your post count for another raise?

You forgot the moniker!

Is it taking too long to think of one?

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:58 AM

I am glad you agree that Graham, Boehner, and McConnell are democrats.

Stop with the vulnerability BS. How do you know that Franken, Shaheen, Peters, Merkley, or Udall won’t be vulnerable in November?

Oh wait, amnesty passed through with Boehner and McConnell’s help perhaps?

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 1:53 AM

I’m glad you agree that Franken, Shaheen,Peters,Merkley and (?) Udall aren’t right now.

Vulnerability isn’t BS. It’s everything.

Budget we much?

-HiltonHeadConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:58 AM

You forgot the moniker!

Is it taking too long to think of one?

Pick one for me dear.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:59 AM

I’m glad you agree that Franken, Shaheen,Peters,Merkley and (?) Udall aren’t right now.

Vulnerability isn’t BS. It’s everything.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:58 AM

Udall is the Democrat Senate incumbent in CO vs Cory Gardner.

You yourself stated:

Of those 10 only 4 are vulnerable democrats in the senate.

They are all vulnerable with the right candidates. But I guess you are one of those people who would only contest races that are an assured win?

I am glad you don’t run any campaigns with that idiotic attitude. Ron Johnson would not be in the Senate with you running the campaign.

Budget we much?

-HiltonHeadConservative

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:58 AM

And I have no idea what you are saying here. English, learn it please.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 2:06 AM

You need a better landline to you supervisor.

It’s late. Tomorrow I’ll donate again. Guess who. No you won’t need to guess.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:07 AM

They are all vulnerable with the right candidates. But I guess you are one of those people who would only contest races that are an assured win?

No, for better or worse my money goes to the RCP vulnerable list, that you seem oblivious to.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:09 AM

Pick one for me dear.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 1:59 AM

-PaidTrollFromIndiaActingRINO

How about that dear?

And with that I am signing off to sleep since I have to work for a living doing things other than arguing with people who enable progressives. Please don’t take me not responding to your posts as a sign of whatever you assign it to be.

Thanks dear.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 2:10 AM

And I have no idea what you are saying here. English, learn it please.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 2:06 AM

Like, Aleutian Islands NW?

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:10 AM

Thanks dear.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 2:10 AM

Night ladies. Hit it sweetheart.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:11 AM

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 2:10 AM

Yes well some of us Indian Rinos (never heard of that species) (Otherwise Bwana and I would have scored a tag long ago) work midnights. Works great for poaching Hyenas. (and other saprophytes)

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:18 AM

Re.SouthbysouthwestConservative
So are we at the point in the program where we just repeat everything over and over as if whomever gets the last word “wins”? I’m going to have to pass on that, what with going to work and all.

And now because you are not satisfied with answers you pronounce them as “not answered.”

OK, so you get that Harry Reid rolled you yet? Like the town drunk?

As to your poll links, what more did they say?

The take away from that was that it’s not a viable strategy to just shut down government, which was what you were insisting that the House do. That was the nugget of information you were supposed to get out of the links I provided you. Your argument was that the GOP leadership in the House had failed because they couldn’t control spending. Again, all they could do to stop it is to shut down the government and that turns people against them as evidenced by the polls. That is what you were supposed to get out of all that.

Uh huh. Right.

From the Frank Burns school of retorts.

Umm, the event happened 7 months ago. That’s why the polling is valid. Thanks for the laugh, seriously.

Are you this willfully stupid all the time? You yourself were using the polling to try and respond to my accusation that liberal republicans were freaking out that we were going to lose the House because of the shutdown. Conservatives at the time said they would not, AND they are at this moment, not even close to losing it.

Wow. The GOP poll numbers were the lowest in Gallop history. Again, the only thing that helped people get over the GOP shooting itself in the foot was the Obama care rollout.

Keep pounding that chicken V7.

Keep up with those really cool catch phrases from 2009. Glad to see you singlehandedly keeping that one alive. It was hilarious back in the day. Keep thinking in bumper stickers, too. That makes you credible.

Really? Oh so your repeated references to the Bilderbergs and other conspiratorial nonsense in response to myself and other posters in this very thread is not exaggeration and meant to discredite the person rather than the evidence itself?

Again really?

Really Really Really Really Really Really Really…. infinity. The heart of the matter is that you want to lose elections to democrats because of your professed conservative principles and that’s not smart. I suppose I could go to the thesaurus and look up some kinder words for dumb and self defeating, but you aren’t going to be persuaded by warm and fuzzy words. It’s probably best to just let you serve as a warning to others.

No, the poll itself did. Go to the last page of the pdf file and read it yourself.

The Washington Post-ABC News poll , Gallop? They all agree… are they all invalid?

Well then, I would be expecting you of all people, to be screaming from the rooftops the travesties that Boehner and McConnell are allowing to go on with Obama and the country in general.

So They are “allowing” Reid and Obama to commit travesties by not shutting down the government which wont work and will be blamed on the GOP. That is the distillation of your argument. The nucleus of what you are trying to say. It still doesn’t work that way. Your argument is flawed because Reid controls the senate and has prevented a budget, against the laws that they passed and swore to abide by, from being passed. What’s your solution to that? Lose senate seats to the democrats and risk keeping them as the majority. OK, this is not a good idea. It’s a bad idea. All the rest of the blather that has been thrown around wont make it a good idea. I’m just going to cut and paste this until you acknowledge it.

The GOP leadership committees most certainly and strongly influence candidates to run/not run. I didn’t say that they picked the candidates, you did.

Where? Where did I write that the GOP establishment picks candidates?

And as to WryTrvllr, I can barely understand him half the time with his internet L33T speak.

L33T … Wow. Yeah, He and I were speculating whether or not you have an extra “go to” line in your code.

Yep really classy.

Splat.

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 2:21 AM

the travesties that Boehner and McConnell are allowing to go on with Obama and the country in general.
-GreenlandConservative

Flawed.

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 2:26 AM

Yes well some of us Indian Rinos (never heard of that species) (Otherwise Bwana and I would have scored a tag long ago) work midnights. Works great for poaching Hyenas. (and other saprophytes)

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:18 AM

Bwana say me #1 son, him number 10. And yes, only a fool would pay 7% unsecured. Probably variable too.

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 2:34 AM

Bwana say me #1 son, him number 10. And yes, only a fool would pay 7% unsecured. Probably variable too.

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 2:34 AM

:-)

Night V.

They’re scared shytless.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:37 AM

Good Night, WT

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 2:41 AM

So are we at the point in the program where we just repeat everything over and over as if whomever gets the last word “wins”? I’m going to have to pass on that, what with going to work and all.

Yes because apparently it needs to be since you seem to conveniently forget what was said and twist arguments to argue what you want to argue with and not what was said.

OK, so you get that Harry Reid rolled you yet? Like the town drunk?

If the GOPe desired candidate could not win against Angle, then she would not have won against Reid. Sorry.

The take away from that was that it’s not a viable strategy to just shut down government, which was what you were insisting that the House do. That was the nugget of information you were supposed to get out of the links I provided you.

Well considering the GOP did not provide any unity on the matter and have consistently shown that they will fold when the wind blows, why would Obama or the senate democrats fold so easily? Boehner and other GOP pols did not come out publicly and loudly against what Obama was doing. Boehner is third in line for the presidency, we hear nary a peep out of him unless he is trashing conservatives. He needed to be out on the Capitol building’s steps every day doing press briefings. He needed to lead.

Your argument was that the GOP leadership in the House had failed because they couldn’t control spending. Again, all they could do to stop it is to shut down the government and that turns people against them as evidenced by the polls. That is what you were supposed to get out of all that.

The people turned against everyone involved. As evidenced in the polls. A shutdown hurts all parties. It would hurt the democrat constituency more, which is why they started breaking ranks against their leadership towards the end of the engagement. But the GOP folded, as usual. Would the democrats have folded eventually? Probably, but we will never know.

Are you this willfully stupid all the time? You yourself were using the polling to try and respond to my accusation that liberal republicans were freaking out that we were going to lose the House because of the shutdown. Conservatives at the time said they would not, AND they are at this moment, not even close to losing it.

Wow. The GOP poll numbers were the lowest in Gallop history. Again, the only thing that helped people get over the GOP shooting itself in the foot was the Obama care rollout.

Yes, it must have been the Obamacare rollout that reversed all of this. It couldn’t be the short attention span of the American voter. Does it tell you in your crystal ball how the GOP managed to stay in power after the TWO shutdowns in 1995 and 1996? Please V7, tell us how the GOP could ever recover AND win more seats in 1996?

Keep pounding that chicken V7.

Keep up with those really cool catch phrases from 2009. Glad to see you singlehandedly keeping that one alive. It was hilarious back in the day. Keep thinking in bumper stickers, too. That makes you credible.

Yes, because turning a phrase quoting a senile old windbag shows how delightfully witty you are.

Really? Oh so your repeated references to the Bilderbergs and other conspiratorial nonsense in response to myself and other posters in this very thread is not exaggeration and meant to discredite the person rather than the evidence itself?

Again really?
Really Really Really Really Really Really Really…. infinity. The heart of the matter is that you want to lose elections to democrats because of your professed conservative principles and that’s not smart. I suppose I could go to the thesaurus and look up some kinder words for dumb and self defeating, but you aren’t going to be persuaded by warm and fuzzy words. It’s probably best to just let you serve as a warning to others.

And you want to desperately link every opinion not parroting your own to nutcase conspiracy theorists. Because you have no argument otherwise.

No, the poll itself did. Go to the last page of the pdf file and read it yourself.

The Washington Post-ABC News poll , Gallop? They all agree… are they all invalid?

Agree on what? They all had different numbers. I ONLY said that the NBC numbers were wrong because they had 20% of their respondents as government workers where the population at large is less than 7%. NBC and Rasmussen were the only ones that agreed on Obama’s numbers. And everyone knows how horrible Rasmussen has been on polling.

Well then, I would be expecting you of all people, to be screaming from the rooftops the travesties that Boehner and McConnell are allowing to go on with Obama and the country in general.

So They are “allowing” Reid and Obama to commit travesties by not shutting down the government which wont work and will be blamed on the GOP. That is the distillation of your argument. The nucleus of what you are trying to say. It still doesn’t work that way. Your argument is flawed because Reid controls the senate and has prevented a budget, against the laws that they passed and swore to abide by, from being passed. What’s your solution to that? Lose senate seats to the democrats and risk keeping them as the majority. OK, this is not a good idea. It’s a bad idea. All the rest of the blather that has been thrown around wont make it a good idea. I’m just going to cut and paste this until you acknowledge it.

Well your sanctimonious, holier than thou loyalty to the constitution seems to stop at the political party line.

Boehner and the House need to be starting articles of Impeachment for Obama pronouncing legislation from the executive branch and for using the IRS to intimidate conservatives. Which is one of the charges the democrats brought against Nixon.

-HOWEVER-

Realistically, McConnell will probably keep his Senate seat this year. A republican wave will happen, and the senate will change hands, but the lesser of two evils will be put back in the drivers seat. Sure, McConnell is better than Reid on many issues for republicans. But for conservatives? No.

He has been a bad leader. He presided over the Bush years’ spending binges as the Senate whip. He who whipped up the votes for all those spending bills, big government expansions, and amnesty in the last push? The Senate whip Mitch McConnell, who should have stepped down in 2008 as a failure. But in the GOP leadership apparently, failure just means you get a promotion.

The GOP leadership committees most certainly and strongly influence candidates to run/not run. I didn’t say that they picked the candidates, you did.

Where? Where did I write that the GOP establishment picks candidates?

The GOPe or whatever doesn’t pick the candidates, the primaries do.

You inferred that I said they picked them. I did not, stop writing what you want me to say.

L33T … Wow. Yeah, He and I were speculating whether or not you have an extra “go to” line in your code.

So lovely that you guys/gals/it have so much time to speculate between breathless defenses of the rudderless GOP leadership.

Yep really classy.

Splat.

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 2:21 AM

The sooner you do the better, please. Do it for the constitution you love until it interferes with your party preferences.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 3:43 AM

No, for better or worse my money goes to the RCP vulnerable list, that you seem oblivious to.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:09 AM

So you must not have donated to Romney in 2012? Since he was behind the whole time.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 3:45 AM

:-)

Night V.

They’re scared shytless.

WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 2:37 AM

Of what? Your little clique of internet warriors? PUHLEASE.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 3:47 AM

I’m thinking of taking new monikers.
wryMIC
wryKEY
wryFnMOUSE
WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 12:11 AM

Why not go by your other screen name, V7_Sport?

Brock Robamney on May 27, 2014 at 5:31 AM

Why not go by your other screen name, V7_Sport?

Brock Robamney on May 27, 2014 at 5:31 AM

Heh.

You better watch out, he may come back on here and donate another 2$ to some unknown GOP figure and call you a name.

Are you also scared shytless too?

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 8:38 AM

Heh.
You better watch out, he may come back on here and donate another 2$ to some unknown GOP figure and call you a name.
Are you also scared shytless too?
NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 8:38 AM

Of which alter ego should I be scared of, Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde?

Brock Robamney on May 27, 2014 at 11:47 AM

Of which alter ego should I be scared of, Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde?

Brock Robamney on May 27, 2014 at 11:47 AM

Heh.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 3:10 PM

So are we at the point in the program where we just repeat everything over and over as if whomever gets the last word “wins”? I’m going to have to pass on that, what with going to work and all.

Yes because apparently it needs to be since you seem to conveniently forget what was said and twist arguments to argue what you want to argue with and not what was said.

Whelp, it’s about to drop off the bottom which means I won the argument. You were defeated. You are going to have to find a way to live with that.

If the GOPe desired candidate could not win against Angle, then she would not have won against Reid. Sorry.

Nice spin, you were ranting that the GOP didn’t get behind Angle, which was false, your natural ally in defeating the Republicans, Harry Reid, did.

And you want to desperately link every opinion not parroting your own to nutcase conspiracy theorists. Because you have no argument otherwise.

Thanks again for the projection. Tell me again how the ACU is in cahoots with the Muslim Brotherhood and the Chamber of Commerce is Fascist..

Agree on what? They all had different numbers. I ONLY said that the NBC numbers were wrong because they had 20% of their respondents as government workers where the population at large is less than 7%. NBC and Rasmussen were the only ones that agreed on Obama’s numbers. And everyone knows how horrible Rasmussen has been on polling.

And Gallop, so NBC is invalid, Rasmussen is horrible and whatever else you don’t want to see is no good because it is 7 months old or something. Could it be that you are bound and determined to believe what you want to believe?

So are we at the point in the program where we just repeat everything over and over as if whomever gets the last word “wins”? I’m going to have to pass on that, what with going to work and all.

Yes because apparently it needs to be since you seem to conveniently forget what was said and twist arguments to argue what you want to argue with and not what was said.

Whelp, it’s about to drop off the bottom which means I won the argument. You were defeated. You are going to have to find a way to live with that.

If the GOPe desired candidate could not win against Angle, then she would not have won against Reid. Sorry.

Nice spin, you were ranting that the GOP didn’t get behind Angle, which was false, your natural ally in defeating the Republicans, Harry Reid, did.

And you want to desperately link every opinion not parroting your own to nutcase conspiracy theorists. Because you have no argument otherwise.

Thanks again for the projection. Tell me again how the ACU is in cahoots with the Muslim Brotherhood and the Chamber of Commerce is Fascist..

Agree on what? They all had different numbers. I ONLY said that the NBC numbers were wrong because they had 20% of their respondents as government workers where the population at large is less than 7%. NBC and Rasmussen were the only ones that agreed on Obama’s numbers. And everyone knows how horrible Rasmussen has been on polling.

And Gallop, so NBC is invalid, Rasmussen is horrible and whatever else you don’t want to see is no good because it is 7 months old or something. Could it be that you are bound and determined to believe what you want to believe?

Well your sanctimonious, holier than thou loyalty to the constitution seems to stop at the political party line.

No, the loyalty to the Constitution doesn’t stop at political party. Nor is loyalty to it “sanctimonious”. Amazing.

Boehner and the House need to be starting articles of Impeachment for Obama pronouncing legislation from the executive branch and for using the IRS to intimidate conservatives. Which is one of the charges the democrats brought against Nixon.

Because the approval rating isn’t low enough. Remember the Clinton impeachment? Good grief, you didm’t learn from the shutdown you aren’t going to learn from that.

Realistically, McConnell will probably keep his Senate seat this year. A republican wave will happen, and the senate will change hands, but the lesser of two evils will be put back in the drivers seat. Sure, McConnell is better than Reid on many issues for republicans. But for conservatives? No.

All you are ever going to get is a fighting chance. You need to elect the people who are most sympathetic to your cause that you can get and then keep at them. We have gotten used to only doing half the work, the opposition does all of it. They have the Unions and academia and the press and the entertainment industry… Why? Because we have gotten accustomed to the idea that voting is all we need to do.

He [McConnell] has been a bad leader.

I agree. Now what? Keep a worse one or build with what you have?

The GOP leadership committees most certainly and strongly influence candidates to run/not run. I didn’t say that they picked the candidates, you did. -NWConservative

Where? Where did I write that the GOP establishment picks candidates?
The GOPe or whatever doesn’t pick the candidates, the primaries do. -V7_sport

You inferred that I said they picked them. I did not, stop writing what you want me to say.-EWConservative

Too funny. That’s a land speed record for beclowning yourself.

So lovely that you guys/gals/it have so much time to speculate between breathless defenses of the rudderless GOP leadership.

I thought we were the same person? Please, get your conspiracies straight. I can multitask, you know. Are you still at 7% unsecured?

Splat.

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 2:21 AM

The sooner you do the better, please.

The ‘ol “I’m rubber you’r glue” gambit, Brilliant.
Better hurry WackoBirdConservative, the thread is about to fall off the bottom, you still have more crazyness to contribute!

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 7:43 PM

Why not go by your other screen name, V7_Sport?

Brock Robamney on May 27, 2014 at 5:31 AM

Why not go back to OFA and see if Soros will give you a raise or a mousepad or something?

V7_Sport on May 27, 2014 at 7:45 PM

Whelp, it’s about to drop off the bottom which means I won the argument. You were defeated. You are going to have to find a way to live with that.

Yep. That’s what I thought. I am debating a child. An intellectually inferior mental defective.

If the GOPe desired candidate could not win against Angle, then she would not have won against Reid. Sorry.

Nice spin, you were ranting that the GOP didn’t get behind Angle, which was false, your natural ally in defeating the Republicans, Harry Reid, did.

They didn’t get behind Angle because they were butthurt that their backed candidate sucked so bad that they lost to Sharon Angle of all people. How does it feel to be a part of a team that lost to crazy ol Sharon Angle, a Witch, and a man who believes in a magical uterus?

And you want to desperately link every opinion not parroting your own to nutcase conspiracy theorists. Because you have no argument otherwise.

Thanks again for the projection. Tell me again how the ACU is in cahoots with the Muslim Brotherhood and the Chamber of Commerce is Fascist..

Yep I’m debating a child.

Agree on what? They all had different numbers. I ONLY said that the NBC numbers were wrong because they had 20% of their respondents as government workers where the population at large is less than 7%. NBC and Rasmussen were the only ones that agreed on Obama’s numbers. And everyone knows how horrible Rasmussen has been on polling.

And Gallop, so NBC is invalid, Rasmussen is horrible and whatever else you don’t want to see is no good because it is 7 months old or something.

And that shutdown sure has damaged the GOP irrevocably right?

I am waiting in breathless anticipation for a response as to how Gingrich et al survived the two shutdowns in 1995-1996 with MORE members in 1997 than what they started with? Please constitutional warrior when it suites you V7, tell us how they ever could have survived?

Could it be that you are bound and determined to believe what you want to believe?

Projecting much?

Yes because apparently it needs to be since you seem to conveniently forget what was said and twist arguments to argue what you want to argue with and not what was said.

Whelp, it’s about to drop off the bottom which means I won the argument. You were defeated. You are going to have to find a way to live with that.

This is the best you’ve got? Weak and pathetic. I clearly am the last to comment here, which means I win.

If the GOPe desired candidate could not win against Angle, then she would not have won against Reid. Sorry.

Nice spin, you were ranting that the GOP didn’t get behind Angle, which was false, your natural ally in defeating the Republicans, Harry Reid, did.

You’re losing it man. Back away from the computer, your spittle is blocking the screen.

Repeat Question/Answer from a delusional person #1

And you want to desperately link every opinion not parroting your own to nutcase conspiracy theorists. Because you have no argument otherwise.

Thanks again for the projection. Tell me again how the ACU is in cahoots with the Muslim Brotherhood and the Chamber of Commerce is Fascist..

Yep off the deep end.

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Agree on what? They all had different numbers. I ONLY said that the NBC numbers were wrong because they had 20% of their respondents as government workers where the population at large is less than 7%. NBC and Rasmussen were the only ones that agreed on Obama’s numbers. And everyone knows how horrible Rasmussen has been on polling.

And Gallop, so NBC is invalid, Rasmussen is horrible and whatever else you don’t want to see is no good because it is 7 months old or something. Could it be that you are bound and determined to believe what you want to believe?

Okay this is getting funnier by the minute!

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Well your sanctimonious, holier than thou loyalty to the constitution seems to stop at the political party line.

No, the loyalty to the Constitution doesn’t stop at political party. Nor is loyalty to it “sanctimonious”. Amazing.

The only amazing thing about it, is that you believe it does. Hack partisan.

Boehner and the House need to be starting articles of Impeachment for Obama pronouncing legislation from the executive branch and for using the IRS to intimidate conservatives. Which is one of the charges the democrats brought against Nixon.

Because the approval rating isn’t low enough. Remember the Clinton impeachment? Good grief, you didm’t learn from the shutdown you aren’t going to learn from that.

Well that is something they are constitutionally obligated to do against a rogue executive. But party loyalty before the constitution right V7?

Still waiting on a response as to how Gingrich et al survived the two shutdowns in 1995-1996 with MORE members in 1997 than what they started with?

How did they do it without Obamacare? Since that is the ONLY way the current crop of republicans survived right V7?

Realistically, McConnell will probably keep his Senate seat this year. A republican wave will happen, and the senate will change hands, but the lesser of two evils will be put back in the drivers seat. Sure, McConnell is better than Reid on many issues for republicans. But for conservatives? No.

All you are ever going to get is a fighting chance. You need to elect the people who are most sympathetic to your cause that you can get and then keep at them. We have gotten used to only doing half the work, the opposition does all of it. They have the Unions and academia and the press and the entertainment industry… Why? Because we have gotten accustomed to the idea that voting is all we need to do.

I applaud your effort to sound like a human being here even though you are a delusional party hack.

He [McConnell] has been a bad leader.

I agree. Now what? Keep a worse one or build with what you have?

A McConnell loss != keeping Reid as majority leader. CRAZY I KNOW. But true! Now gloss over it and move on as you do.

A McConnell loss and a senate takeover by the GOP is a perfectly valid result. Now gloss over it and move on.

Too funny. That’s a land speed record for beclowning yourself.

Well I guess in your delusional little dream world it must be, constitutional warrior.

So lovely that you guys/gals/it have so much time to speculate between breathless defenses of the rudderless GOP leadership.

I thought we were the same person? Please, get your conspiracies straight. I can multitask, you know. Are you still at 7% unsecured?

Well to be truthful WryTrvllr is your blow up doll in the basement that you pretend to have conversations with at Hot Air.

The ‘ol “I’m rubber you’r glue” gambit, Brilliant.
Better hurry WackoBirdConservative, the thread is about to fall off the bottom, you still have more crazyness to contribute!

V7_Sport Pretend constitutional warrior when it doesn’t interfere with the GOP on May 27, 2014 at 7:43 PM

I am the last to comment, which means I win the argument. Go play fake constitutional warrior with WryTrvllr now!

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 10:07 PM

I’m thinking of taking new monikers.
wryMIC
wryKEY
wryFnMOUSE
WryTrvllr on May 27, 2014 at 12:11 AM

Why not go by your other screen name, V7_Sport?

Brock Robamney on May 27, 2014 at 5:31 AM

Darn seems tweedle-dee and tweedle-really-moronic are already taken.

WryTrvllr on May 28, 2014 at 12:22 AM

I am the last to comment, which means I win the argument. Go play fake constitutional warrior with WryTrvllr now!

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 10:07 PM

You know about blowup dolls sweety?

WryTrvllr on May 28, 2014 at 12:23 AM

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 10:07 PM

You know, they make his, and (?) hers lubes for people like you and Brock.

WryTrvllr on May 28, 2014 at 12:26 AM

So you must not have donated to Romney in 2012? Since he was behind the whole time.

NWConservative on May 27, 2014 at 3:45 AM

That comment speaks volumes.

-NewGuineaConservative

WryTrvllr on May 28, 2014 at 12:29 AM

In fact, I’ll bet they drop you a pay grade for that one. Poorly played.

WryTrvllr on May 28, 2014 at 12:30 AM

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