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When is the last time you agreed with a Republican candidate running for office and who was it?

Posted on December 23rd, 2010 by admin1

I don’t agree with any of these right-wing nutcases that have taken over the GOP. Anyone anytime they said "lower taxes" or "cut spending" since both are good for me, because I am an employed American.

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Why aren’t feminists rallying for Republican women running for office?

Posted on October 29th, 2010 by admin1

They seemed to be enthusiastic about Hillary Clinton’s run for presidency, but seem to almost oppose Sarah Palin and other Republican women. If the ultimate goal of the feminist movement is to advance women in this world, why should political affiliation matter? Many, if not most feminists are Liberal…in fact, feminist theory could not have […]

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Who is the most conservative republican running for office?

Posted on October 6th, 2010 by admin1

What about the most liberal democrat? Thank you! Most conservative: Ron Paul Most liberal: Hillary Clinton These are my opinions.

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If you were a Republican running for office….?

Posted on June 2nd, 2010 by admin1

Would you want an endorsement from Sarah Palin? Glenn Beck? Rush? Salty Dog- Biden endoresed Owens in NY 23, he won. Palin endorsed Hoffman, he lost. Your theory has a few holes. It does make you wonder does it not. The Conservatives would rather destroy the Republican Party and the USA than to let anyone […]

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Why do you all want another Republican running in office?

Posted on April 27th, 2010 by admin1

Vote for Obama. I want a republican because I don’t want the country to turn into a socialist hell. I hope that is clear enough.

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Why is Ron Paul the only Republican running for office that the Democrats want to see as the Nominee?

Posted on April 27th, 2010 by admin1

Is Ron Paul the only one the Democrats think their candidate can beat? No, but he is the easiest one of them all to beat, mainly because he isn’t a Republican and would thus attract few Republican votes.

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