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    @Unfit2serve Really where is she a Tea Party Candidate? She is backed by Rove and Koch Brothers, just like the Democrats are backed by more billionaires likes Soros, twist and twist some more Libby
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    yep, and that's exactly the problem. She's an Insider, about as Inside as anyone her age could possibly be.
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    @pavo1994 She worked in Bush's Domestic Policy Council? What better experience can a Republican have than learning from one of the finest idiots ever elected, at least once legally, to ruin the economy of our country!
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    If so, so much for all that white noise and whining about "no more corrupt, out of touch career DC politicians". Oh well, it was just talk anyway.......No backbone, ZERO integrity, as always. A GOP trademark.
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    @Unfit2serve

    I didn't know Obama was GOP. That definition should have a picture of Obama alongside: No backbone (except when he has a Rose Garden tantrum), ZERO integrity.
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    Republican, of course! But if I were still voting as a moderate conservative; voting for whomever I felt would do the best job republican or democrat, if I lived in her district, she would get my vote! My prayers and well wishes go to her as she campaigns, fights for this position that she will win. It looks like she already has already won. This districts democrats are wasting their time and money. The same reason I did not fight or give money for Romney. Who knew Obama would pick up Romney's health care plan and use it? Hind sight is 20/20. If I'd known all Obama would pull, I would have put more into Romney. He didn't need any help from me, he easily took our state. She's quite young. That gives her the time needed to one day run for president; just like her resume' gives her the experience needed to win this election!
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    All kidding aside, she seems like a good egg, young and vibrant and well-versed in how to get things done in the horrific DC environment. However, as I snarkily pointed out above, she is (unfortunately for their supposed backbone, credibility, and integrity) what Tea Partiers have been railing about NEVER electing.

    Fact: Tea Partiers have been saying they will NEVER vote for another career DC Politician. Yet, no matter how you spin her, that is exactly what Ms. Stefanik is.
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    @Unfit2serve She's also hot. Could that perfectly logical opinion be factoring into your endorsement. Personally I think she'd make a wonderful president now, before she ends up looking like Hillary Clinton, saggy bottom and all.
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    @Unfit2serve
    I would call her prepared! Thick skinned enough to take what is dished out and send it back. But a fresh face as an elected official for the first time. She has eleven years to go before she could ever run for president. It still freaks me out that someone my age could be president! Now that I'm 40, I realize that's not old enough to have enough experience to be president. Not her! She already has the experience needed to be in congress at 29. If she does well for 11 years, she would make a good president! Much better than Hillary! But by the time if she ever decides to run for president, Hillary won't be a player, she'll be 77! And not in a good way!
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    nice to see the Democrats are continuing the war on women, attacking a moderate/conservative woman. Keep up the good work you Democrats hyporcrites
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    @FaFoxy How does that answer my question? Yes, she has experience but that experience isn't what we need in Washington now (and that goes for Dems who want to do this as well).
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    Woolf actually includes the statement on his campaign website that "great strides" have been made in improving the economy. what a joke, as Mr. Obama's hideous policies push us closer and closer to a new recession. this guy is not qualified to be in Congress.
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    that said, not sure I am keen on an insider from another imperial, big government Presidency being elected ...
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    Neither party is qualified to lead us because they are all blinded by money...and special interests ..she will be no exception she has seen enough to know she can line her pockets just like all of them.
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    @gherlone
    Aha! A Republican with a backbone. Vote up for the honesty about all the TP/GOP blood oaths to "NEVER ELECT ANOTHER CAREER DC POLITICIAN."
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    @Unfit2serve can't vote up anything that appears to refer to me as a Republican. is that what you were aiming for or am I misreading??
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    New York State needs more business and family friendly mainstream representation after the Dems dumped their voters in favor of transgender and illegal aliens.
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    @Knightkore
    Yes, don't forget the Blue, Grey, and Brown Aliens, Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, the WH BogeyMan, and most ridulous Rightie hero, White Anglo-Saxon Jesus.
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    @Unfit2serve Oh hey by the way, remember you all have Michael Moore.....Shrek's uglier and weaker cousin and Bill Maher Donkey to Michael Moore's cousin of Shrek.....
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    Here we go....a hundred blogs which state any thing but a Republican" , and a hundred more that say" any thing but a Democrat".
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    Agreed. Of all the sources that would point her an insider, I couldn't stop laughing when it said the DCCC.
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    she is already quite the Insider, well-positioned to enjoy the fruits of privilege that only Big Money Interests can buy. On the face of it, the Documentary guy sounds like he probably has been on the Outside looking In. Guess which one I'd vote for.
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  • #43
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    Silly rabbit! Most Republican women don't even know how what that "nasty man thing" looks like..........much less have sex with the lights on in order to deliver the goods.
    You can't service what you can't see (or find)! Talk about trying to find a GOP needle in a haystack!

    All kidding aside, Ms. Stefanik looks like a pretty sharp lady...incredibly capable...R's should rally behind her and stop all the nonsensical B.S. about pretending they don't like career politicians. If the mainstream GOP would get more folks like her and get rid of the uneduceted goons like Mike Lee and "Louise" DramaQueen Gohmert, they might be able to start crafting an actual viable platform, real, tangible policies, ideas that pass the smell test, and finally, contribute something again to Americans.

    :-)
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    @FaFoxy
    In the first paragraph I was painting an over-the-top stereotype that all Conservative women are somehow "virginal and naive and afraid of sex".....yes, I was kidding, because most all woman are quite capable and experienced, loving human beings..........this is an enlightened America and despite what Republicans say, they have just as many abortions, like sex just as much as anyone, and love what contracption has done to free themselves to be able to express themselves sexually. Well, at least I'd LIKE to believe it, anyway.

    In the second paragraph..........yes, I'd like a return to intelligent leadership in the GOP.......who knows, we might have two adult players again, working together and actually making the country better. I will take this lady over a hundred Bachmanns and Palins and Fallons.......this woman actually has a working brain.
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    She is cute as a button, but being a regular guy I do not vote against myself and for the part that supports the richest , so I will vote democrat. Only uneducated people vote against themselves because they allowed themselves to be brainwashed by organized religion.
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    if Hillary were to run for President, do mean that you will vote for "poor" Hillary, who made her "few" several million dollars of Wall Street and book writing and speaking fees?
  • #152
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    @Glowha Hey ! Reading a speech from a teleprompter written by a professional speechwriter is HARD work ! That's what Hillary and all the Democrats say, so it MUST be true !
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    @artjeb Hillary herself said that she was dead broke when she left the White House. Why was she and Bill broke. Maybe do not know how to manage money. Spent more than she earned. What did she do with the millions of dollars that were given to her in advance for the book that is failing?
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    We need fresh blood and fresh ideas in our government. These career politicians have been declared for just what they really are "Never Was or Has Been" on our society. Real jobs they couldn't and don't handle. Get new people!! Anything is worth a try.
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    I agree. Dump this Bush administration and Romney campaign loser. She's already done nothing but damage our country...her blank, innocent orphan annie face notwithstanding.
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