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Posts Tagged ‘Republican


October 3, 2013

“Those who serve us, no longer serve us. They serve those who keep them in power.”

So What Are Some Of The Reasons That People Want Voter ID Laws To Take Affect?

August 13, 2013

Is voter fraud really a problem in our elections?  If voter fraud is a problem, has it had any role in electing individuals to office?  Why is it that Republicans stress the importance of voter id laws and Democrats are against them? If you listen to a Republican touting the importance of voter ID laws you […]

Eight Reasons Were Enough For Me!

November 7, 2012

For the past month or so I spent a great deal of time writing down my thoughts in regard to the reasons that I and others could not vote for Republican candidates in this election cycle. Now that the election is over, its time to take a hard look at the reasons I had, and whether or not the Obama victory in any way reduced my fears over the very reasons I voted in the way I did.

Predictions 1 – The Presidential Race

November 5, 2012

Obama Toss Up States victories predicted in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Virginia, Iowa, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nevada

Romney Toss Up State victories predicted in North Carolina, Florida and Colorado (Though the polls slightly favor Obama in Colorado at this point)

In Case You Were Wondering (8)

November 1, 2012

A vote for a Republican candidate, is a vote for continuing the process of denying the science of climate change. It is a vote that has ramifications, while the wind blows, the rain and snow fall, and the ocean decides to come ashore.

In Case You Were Wondering (7)

October 28, 2012

John Huntsman, fellow Republican Mormon, and one of the early dropouts in the Republican nomination process has summed up what others (regardless of political affiliation) think of Mitt Romney. He pointed out that Romney was “A perfectly lubricated weathervane.”


October 25, 2012

Reason #6 – Republican Obstructionism I have definitely found something that Republican political operatives are terrific at.  That something is obstructionism.  Republicans can holler and scream all they want but facts are facts.  The obstructionism exhibited by Republicans in Congress completely disrupted a significant portion of legislative efforts during President Obama’s time in office.   There […]


October 21, 2012

“anti-science” in its attitudes and behaviors.

The previous Republican Administration was known in the scientific community as one that was significantly “anti-science”. In fact, the Bush Administration was not interested in the normal policy advisory role that scientists have fulfilled in past administrations whether Republican or Democrat. The Bush Administration was not remotely interested in factoring in the results of legitimate and fact-based scientific inquiry into their policy decisions.

In Case You Were Wondering………..

September 28, 2012

Reason #1 – The Republican Party has evolved from the party that worked diligently to conserve the environment to one that does its best to insure its destruction.


June 28, 2012

Only in America, and only in this political climate can the vast majority of members of a political party become unhinged at the possibility that a piece of legislation that was germinated largely from their own political and philosophical underpinnings is moving into implementation.   Yes my friends, “Obamacare” is legislation that, at its core, is […]