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Cantor’s loss has message for GOP

June 12, 2014

Somehow, no one saw Rep. Eric Cantor’s primary loss coming on Tuesday. But it was all the political pundits could talk about on Wednesda....

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Jun-15-14 9:33 AM

This is a pretty interesting (and frightening) link. dailykos . com /story/2014/06/11/1306103/-Eric-Cantor-Jeb-Hensarling-Kevin-McCarthy-Plotted-to-Sabotage-US-Economy-in-Secret-Meeting?fb_action_ids=10203951448608056&fb_action_types=og.likes

Remove them spaces. I'm not sure if thee link will work, otherwise Google how Eric Cantor and other top republicans planned to sabotage the US economy. The comments are good, too.

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Jun-14-14 2:42 PM

I think it's funny how everyone thinks this should happen to GOP'rs. This should be a battle cry for all to look at their own representatives and see if they care at all about them. Stop with the parties, you are a complete and utter fool if you think Cantor and GOP's are the only Washington reps out of touch with their constituents and making decisions based on their own selfish ideals.

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Jun-13-14 10:55 PM

From my observation, I don't think the "reset button" has been very effective. Also notice the bailing out of people in the Administration leaving huge messes behind that no one knows what to do or how to solve. Today we learned they do know how to erase E-Mails for certain periods of time.

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Jun-13-14 3:27 AM

I think it is a sign that the Republicans will have a hard time holding on to their seats in November. The obstructionist mentality has gotten old.

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Jun-12-14 7:30 PM

For the longest time I thought you were just jacking us around with your goofy tirades, Puke. I still think most of your stuff is written tongue-in-cheek.


Hmmmm. Nah, couldn't be for real. Just couldn't.

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Jun-12-14 7:11 PM

Yes. How dare anyone actually stand up to the lawless elitist Washington Cabal?

What doesn't bode well for the country is that we have mind numb morons, such as yourself, who can't see that our system of representative government has been eviscerated and replaced by a Mafioso style ruling model. You get elected when they say you get elected. You kiss the ring when they say it is Ok to do so. And you vote how you are told to vote, your constituents be damned.

Good for David Brat. Unfortunately because we have clue free voters like svensota, the saying "you don't change Washington, Washington changes you" is still alive and well. I just hope the tiny handful on both sides of the aisle who actually care about the country can start to return us back to our constitutional foundation.

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Jun-12-14 6:08 PM

No, it doesn't bode well for the GOPpers, who will prove once again that they will ineptly blow the 2016 presidential election and most likely flub their attempt to hijack the Senate this November.

Bless the Tea Party and all those avid readers of sophomoric Ayn Rand novels.

Did anyone say, Ted Cruz?

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