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Ye Olde Republican Safe House (6)

Discussion in 'American Politics' started by Sojourner1, Sep 29, 2009.

  1. ThisBrotherOfHis

    ThisBrotherOfHis Well-Known Member

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    Ah hah! Got it.
     
  2. Verve

    Verve No grit, no pearl.

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    This is exactly how I'm feeling right now.
     
  3. FaithfulPilgrim

    FaithfulPilgrim Eternally Seeking

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    Hello there! I am an independent, but I usually side with Republicans on most issues. The main things that keep me from joining is that I have lost faith in the two party system, and see Republican politicians as Democrats who hate paying taxes.

    Why should I rejoin the G.O.P?
     
  4. Panzerkamfwagen

    Panzerkamfwagen Es braust unser Panzer im Sturmwind dahin.

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    They never stop coming, particularly if they're the real deal, do they?
     
  5. Hammster

    Hammster A man’s trust is a valuable thing, Button. Staff Member Administrator Supporter

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  6. Thrash Metalhead

    Thrash Metalhead I'm not so Grump

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    I feel like the Republican party has always made sense to me. I sometimes side with the liberals on some cases but Republicans seem like they'll do better to fix the problems this country has than the liberals who are so scared to offend other peoples' feelings.

    That said, I hope the next president will be a Republican. I can't stand the Democratic party any longer.
     
  7. NaturalSinner

    NaturalSinner Active Member

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    It most likely will be a republican. Many people are fed up with the democratic party. Even democrats themselves are switching. All you can do is hope that we get a republican in there though.
     
  8. BrriKerr

    BrriKerr Active Member

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  9. Hammster

    Hammster A man’s trust is a valuable thing, Button. Staff Member Administrator Supporter

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    They don't. Neither do Democrats.
     
  10. skybienhoa

    skybienhoa New Member

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    usefull
     
  11. FredVB

    FredVB Regular Member

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    Can the Republicans still grow greater in numbers in this country? If that does happen, will it also help Christianity's growth in this country?
     
  12. brinny

    brinny everlovin' shiner of light in dark places Supporter

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    Many "Republicans" are sell-outs....like Trojan Horses.
     
  13. FredVB

    FredVB Regular Member

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    If many Republicans are sell-outs, that is not good for the party or its future. But if there is the case that Christians are sell-outs, that is really destructive to Christianity and to others from the witness.
     
  14. FredVB

    FredVB Regular Member

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    Currently the stakes are high for Republicans. With our circumstances the current presidency can make the party really strong, or have this nation really broken.
     
  15. Truthfrees

    Truthfrees Well-Known Member Staff Member Purple Team - Moderator Supporter Recovery Team CF Senior Ambassador Angels Team

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    imo the republican party will have to change because republicans are going for the new Trump style ideology

    right now the members are not happy with the gop politicians but they are happy with Trump - so something is going to have to give
     
  16. brinny

    brinny everlovin' shiner of light in dark places Supporter

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    Many Republicans are "sell-outs" as in being part of the "swamp" and sabotaging ev'ry thing Trump tries to do.

    It's amazing what he HAS done, despite the "sell-out" Republicans working against him at ev'ry turn.
     
  17. Truthfrees

    Truthfrees Well-Known Member Staff Member Purple Team - Moderator Supporter Recovery Team CF Senior Ambassador Angels Team

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    he's had 42 years of dealing with corrupt politicians and media

    he's about the only person who could have the strength and ability to take them on and win
     
  18. brinny

    brinny everlovin' shiner of light in dark places Supporter

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    Exactly. He also knew what he was up against. Anybody else would've been devoured or just joined the opposition cuz they never had the heart for such a humongous and mountainous challenge from the gitgo.

    I did not take Trump seriously at all. i enjoyed the entertainment of the Apprentice show, but that's about it.

    THEN during a debate when ALL the Republican contenders were on stage, HE was the ONLY one who brought up what i was most concerned about. He was the only one that had the guts to. All the other ones just spoke the same o' same ol' blah blah blah. When Trump did this, it got my attention. It was THEN that i knew that here stood a LEADER. He was the ONLY one who would dare take on the humongous odds against any real leader of this country.

    THAT is when he got my attention. And THAT is when each of those contenders started dropping like flies, one-by-one.
     
  19. pat34lee

    pat34lee Messianic

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    Until there is a viable third party, what choice is there?

    I would rather have a Constitutional party, based solely
    on bringing the government back down to a limited size
    and returning the power to the states and the people.
     
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