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    Hope and Change

    With the change to Republican control...We now have some Hope for the Country!!!!

    Good Job Odumbo!
    Let's Make the Spin Great Again!!

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    Praise God!!!! We now have HOPE!
    Walk softly and carry a big stick.

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    We have been watching the Dallas County Judge race, it pretty well shows you just how low a politician will stoop to stay relevant.
    Since his mentor JWP is facing a long prison term he has been desperate to stay in the race. So what does he do he grabs the Ebola case & hangs on for dear life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill View Post
    With the change to Republican control...We now have some Hope for the Country!!!!
    Specifically. what are you hoping for?
    Restoring the American way of life, or taking the country back from the socialists jibberish answers don't count.
    Secretary,
    Harper Valley PTA

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    I am hoping for a country where success does not come with a target. Where people have the opportunity to achieve greatness without hearing "Gimme,gimme,gimme" from the socialist politicians. I hope for a country that appreciates and encourages personal responsibility. I hope for a country with actual protected borders. I hope for a change to the punitive tax system. I hope the senate now will start voting on the 300+ pieces of legislation that have fallen into the black hole of Harry Reid's desk. I hope we get a actual budget passed. I hope there are across the board cuts in that budget.

    That's a start. None which could have happened with the "Do Nothing" Democrats that controlled the senate.

    The Biggest change I hope for is that America will once again be the land of the free, and not the land of the freebies.

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    Yup

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    It feels like Christmas morning.

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    Fox News showed a map of the USA nearly covered in red of the election in the house elections County wide. I hope it gave Obama heart failure, the ole boy has been a complete screwup.

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    I'll bet "the media" will suddenly wake from their collective hibernation and start speaking truth to power again, except the presidential press corps (pronounced corpse) of course.

    "...democracy must be more than what the majority insists upon."
    Barack Obama, The Audacity of Hope

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    I hope it works out for you but I don't think you are going to be very happy with the results.

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    Listening to the President speak about the need to work together after he knowingly spent- 6 years of shutting out the Republicans.

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    I wouldn't be buying any new cars or planning any vacations LB.

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    The president wants to work together if people will do what he wants.

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    Only 35% showed to vote. Twice that many would have voted if election day was on Saturday or Sunday when the working stiffs might find it easier to go down to vote. The Republicans made sure their employees had deadlines to meet in order to discourage them from voting, and also to make sure they were too tired to do anything but go home after working them late on election day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiraculousMutha View Post
    Only 35% showed to vote. Twice that many would have voted if election day was on Saturday or Sunday when the working stiffs might find it easier to go down to vote. The Republicans made sure their employees had deadlines to meet in order to discourage them from voting, and also to make sure they were too tired to do anything but go home after working them late on election day.
    You forgot voter ID laws and Bush.

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    the war on women

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    racism

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    homophobia

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    global climate change

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    fluoride

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    Rush Limbaugh

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    FOX News

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    goat ranchers

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    Hilarious. The reason more democrats didn't vote was because they're working too hard? Funniest thing I've heard today.

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    MM, you are correct. We intentionally changed the voting day to Tuesday to alienate minorities and old folk.

    "Elections have consequences"----Who Said That? Hmmmmm......

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