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  • Report: Darren Wilson Expected to be ‘Eased Out’ of Police Department

    10/30/2014 6:20:12 PM PDT · 41 of 50
    duffee to DoughtyOne

    “Attorney General Eric Holder said Wednesday that there was an obvious need for “wholesale change” in the Ferguson Police Department.”

    They’re afraid of holder. It doesn’t matter he did the right thing and acted properly and within the law, he must be destroyed.

  • Democrat Bruce Braley Up A Whopping 15 Points With Early Voters In Iowa Senate Race

    10/30/2014 5:37:56 PM PDT · 80 of 98
    duffee to KC_Conspirator

    “The polling data shows Ernst should win. If Braley wins, he cheated.”

    democrat, we already know he cheated, if he wins it means he cheated enough.

  • Mitch McConnell willing to kill Obamacare with just 51 votes

    10/30/2014 5:11:29 PM PDT · 132 of 153
    duffee to PROCON

    I would like to see mConnell replced as Republican leader in the Senate and boehner in the House, both would probably retire within a month.

  • Maryland can’t verify vote flips helped Dems

    10/30/2014 1:40:58 PM PDT · 51 of 58
    duffee to MrB

    “how do we know that what we see on the screen is what gets recorded?”

    We don’t. Maryland says thet don’t know if this helps democrats? Each vote flipped is one legitimate republican vote lost plus one illegitimate cast for democrat if this done only 50 times it’s a hundred vote difference. a hundred votes here a hundred votes there. The democrats believe they are entitled to steal enough votes to give them any close election. When studying Voter ID I found a paper on the internet ay the NYU Brennan justice Center, which is againt Voter ID or anything else that would promote honest elections and for anything that allows theft anfd manipulation of votes and election results. The last line of one paper said Voter ID only makes a difference in a close election anyway.

  • Ted Cruz draws line from Jeb Bush to Hillary Clinton

    10/30/2014 8:28:20 AM PDT · 44 of 57
    duffee to xzins

    Why are we even discussing the 2s and 3s on National issues when we have a 10? Cruz, no one else even close.

  • Quinnipiac: Male Voters ‘Going Republican’ Give Beauprez Lead In Poll (Colorado - 45% to 40%)

    10/29/2014 6:11:39 PM PDT · 14 of 28
    duffee to SoConPubbie

    I believe it was 2000 or2002

  • Quinnipiac: Male Voters ‘Going Republican’ Give Beauprez Lead In Poll (Colorado - 45% to 40%)

    10/29/2014 3:29:52 PM PDT · 9 of 28
    duffee to SoConPubbie

    “Because both the DNC and GOP-E politicians have that same exact plan, they just give it different names and they do it for different reasons.”

    I think originally it was the democrat plan but when haley barbour’s lobbying firm represented Mexico and was hired to curry support for an open border and to give citizenship to Mexicans and care for them, haley apparently did a stellar job selling it to the US Chamber of Commerce and the NRC. We’re now told we need the illegals to become citizens to replace the workers we’ve aborted. I’m sure these new citizens are going to flock to the Republican party and vote to reduce the size of our nanny government.

  • Caught on Tape: GOP Election Signs Stolen in Delaware

    10/29/2014 2:44:56 PM PDT · 10 of 12
    duffee to Nachum

    thad cochran’s campaign manager for North West Mississippi was caught stealing Chris McDaniel signs here in DeSoto County. The 17 yro son of the local chamber of Commerce was in the car with him but not charged. Of course he was fired, he got the court date continued a few times but a few weeks ago I understand he was fined $100 and has to take an anger management course, I don’t know what anger management has to do with being corrupt and a thief.

  • McConnell Concedes GOP Senate Will Not Mean Obamacare Repeal

    10/29/2014 2:22:43 PM PDT · 28 of 144
    duffee to OneWingedShark

    I got an e-mail from a friend today warning me that if cochran doesn’t get elected we won’t be able to stop obama’s judical nominees. If memory serves as I recall there are many Republicans lined up to break ranks at the last moment to let obama have his judges approved. Susan Collins, Lindsay Graham, John McCain, they always eem to find however many they need. I do believe cochran will get re-elected but not with my vote and if he doesn’t “what difference does it make”.

  • Whom Should Christians Support in the 2016 Presidential Election?

    10/29/2014 1:31:21 PM PDT · 53 of 69
    duffee to jonrick46

    I hope Governor Perry doesn’t catch a career ending dose of corruption from henry he’s a carrier.

  • Whom Should Christians Support in the 2016 Presidential Election?

    10/29/2014 12:47:37 PM PDT · 50 of 69
    duffee to jonrick46

    “Henry Barbour: Correction, Haley Barbour.”

    haley barbour: CORRECTION, henry barbour. henry barbour is haley barbour’s nephew who along with his (henry’s) brother austin did the dirty work in the Mississippi Republican primary and runoff for US Senatorial nomination. Texas Governor Rick Perry has hired henry, not unca haley. Why would Governor Perry hire someone like henry barbour unless he had a Conservative adversary he wanted to debase?

  • Whom Should Christians Support in the 2016 Presidential Election?

    10/29/2014 11:32:35 AM PDT · 18 of 69
    duffee to Laissez-faire capitalist

    Cruz can win, Huckabee and Santorum can’t. Governor Perry has hired Mississippian henry barbour, what’s wrong with Rick, I thought he was ethical, does he want someone to kneecap Senator Cruz?

  • Cornyn: Pathway to citizenship for kids makes 'much more sense'

    10/29/2014 11:03:19 AM PDT · 18 of 42
    duffee to jimbo123

    “Pathway to citizenship” = “amnesty” to illegals, rewarding them for their disobedience to our laws and moving them to the front of the immigration line, oh wait, there’s to be no more front or rear to the immigration line and we’re letting them all in now.

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 10:47:54 AM PDT · 93 of 115
    duffee to Din Maker

    How could you have concluded I was in favor of voting for cochran?

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 10:24:48 AM PDT · 84 of 115
    duffee to Din Maker

    If I were in Texas wouldn’t vote for cornyn either.

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 10:21:19 AM PDT · 82 of 115
    duffee to Din Maker

    “Good. I thought duffee convinced you to vote for Thad.”

    ME, duffee, CONVINCE ANYONE TO VOTE FOR thad?? HAVE YOU NOT READ MY COMMENTS? I reiterate, I’ll NOT vote for thad cochran, travis childers or the third party guy. I’m writing in Chris McDaniel and YES, I know it will NOT count but it counts for me. You should possibly chek post 28, 30, 41, and 55. I believe post 55 is agreeing with me that they will write in McDaniel. I had decided within days of the runoff what I would do and haven’t been shy about it.

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 9:50:45 AM PDT · 72 of 115
    duffee to Din Maker

    I’ve posted many times that I intend to “WRITE IN” Chris McDaniel and will not vote for cochran, childers or the third party guy and YES, I know it won’t count but it counts for me. Whatever happens I’ll have no regrets. And I may have at least as good idea of what barbour, the cochran campaign, the NRSC and the Mississippi Republican party has done to Conservatives as you do. Where are you from?

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 9:35:37 AM PDT · 68 of 115
    duffee to Din Maker

    You seem to be promoting travis childers to be my next Senator, don’t you think we have enough problems in Mississippi with our own cottonmouth republican snakes without electing a democrat rattlesnake?

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 9:30:18 AM PDT · 62 of 115
    duffee to Din Maker

    The “conservative” democrats I’ve had occasion to meet and talk to end up justifying votes for obama, hood, pryor, childers, or manchin of course I’ve never heard childers give his justification for voting for “The Food Safety Act”. If you look at the voting record numbers the “conservative” democrat Conservative voting percentages are below the liberal Republicans such as cochran and wicker. How many “conservative democrats didn’t vote for reid and pelosi. In 1964 I lived in Memphis and traveled most of Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas most were democrats even on a local scale today the county democrat office holders still promote liberal democrats another reason we need closed primaries in Mississippi.

  • GOP's John Cornyn Eyes Immigration Reform 'After We Get Majority'

    10/29/2014 8:09:48 AM PDT · 22 of 168
    duffee to jimbo123

    Thirty years ago they passed an amnesty and immigration bill. They promised to enforce immigration law and to protect our borders and the haven’t done either. There’s nothing to talk about until they’ve given us thirty years of immigration law enforcement and protected borders.

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 7:59:54 AM PDT · 34 of 115
    duffee to houeto

    “There will be NO votes for Cochran from this household! FUTC!!!”

    This house either for cochran or childers. FU to both TCs

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 7:56:11 AM PDT · 32 of 115
    duffee to Black Agnes

    “The replacement will be Gregg Harper or a Barbour.”

    Or, just as bad, I’ve heard Lt. Gov. tate reeves mentioned.

  • Conservatives' Crummy Dilemma in MS Senate Race

    10/29/2014 7:51:39 AM PDT · 28 of 115
    duffee to WXRGina

    “Thad Cochran does NOT deserve to be “rewarded” for his—possibly criminal—conduct in the primary run-off.”

    You’re right, cochran, his campaign, the barbours, the RNSC, the RNC nor the Mississippi gop should be rewarded. There will be NO good outcome to this race as it has been tainted by those I mentioned above. I will not vote and give credence to a non-descript third party. I will not vote for a self-described “conservative” democrat, first there’s no such thing as a Conservative democrat using Conservative as it’s defined by Conservatives. A democrat who voted FOR “The Food Safety Act” and who couldn’t “make up his mind” on obamacare until they had the votes to pass it and his wasn’t needed, then he heroically steps up and votes against it hoping to hold a seat for democrats in a very Conservative district. childers is a snake but if he wins he’s likely to be re-elected and sit there voting somewhat conservative until the democrats really need his vote, like manchin. I will NOT vote for thad cochran, I’m still bothered by the knife wound in my back. I’m writing in Chris Mcdaniel. I know it won’t be counted but it will show as a NO vote on the Senate race, more voters than votes in that race. Those who count the votes, the election workers and the Republican and democrat party officials will be aware of exactly what’s happening. If there were to be a silver lining or good outcome to this election is that if cochran wins and the Mississippi Republican party realizes the damage they’ve wrought and works to repair it and our governor decides to NOT appoint himself to the seat when cochran quits and retires within two years and I believe he will. If the Governor would appoint a bonafide Conservative that’s not in haley barbour’s pocket, this could possibly but probably not work out. I vote in DeSoto County, in the primary we gave McDaniel 63% of the vote, in the runoff, with a sizeable increase in turnout over the primary, we gave McDaniel 70% of the vote. This is a strong Republican county and I believe the gop is not going to be pleased with the outcome although I do believe cochran will carry it. I believe the turnout will be light for a federal election and the winning margin by a Republican at the top of the ticket, cochran, will be smaller.

  • Mark Steyn: Ted Cruz Worth Watching for 2016

    10/29/2014 7:04:50 AM PDT · 17 of 25
    duffee to Don Corleone

    “When he’s asked the question that’s framed from a left-wing Democrat media perspective, he doesn’t accept the premise of it. He says, ‘No, no, no it’s this way of looking at it.’”

    Correct and put the question in proper context , then answer it. That’s what Newt Gingrich is so good at, that quality will help Senator Cruz in debates, wouldn’t surprise me to see the Senator get a “standing O” in a presidential debate.

  • Oh My: Study Reveals Significant Number of Non-Citizens Vote in US Elections

    10/28/2014 10:30:00 AM PDT · 30 of 35
    duffee to posterchild

    Illegally registered illegal voters made the difference in the Colorado Senate race six years ago to elect udall and will have to be overcome this year to get him out of office.

  • Oh My: Study Reveals Significant Number of Non-Citizens Vote in US Elections

    10/28/2014 10:25:09 AM PDT · 28 of 35
    duffee to Genoa

    I showed my Voter ID for the first time in this years Mississippi Republican Primary. I had gathered several thousand signitures to get Voter ID on the ballot where it was approved and then held up by the DOJ but we finally got it and ironically the first time it was used the primary was stolen by fellow republicans, the barbours, cochran campaign and the Mississippi GOP with the help of the NRSC.

  • Is it time for Mississippi conservatives to teach the GOPe a lesson and vote for Travis Childers?

    10/28/2014 9:19:37 AM PDT · 36 of 183
    duffee to Mozilla

    I’ve voted for the Republican primary winner or nominee for the past 50 years, never having missed a primary, election or runoff, or voted for ademocrat, I was not comfortable to say the least but I supported them with my time, influence, money and vote. I’ll NOT voye for cochgran, of course I’ll not vote for childers, the democrat either or a third party “reform” party perinnal candidate. I’m writing in McDaniel, I know it won’t count. cochran will probably win but if he doesn’t it’s not my fault, that would lie with the NRSC, the Mississippi gop and the barbours. I have no doubt that cochran will retire but possibly we can make an impact before he does and make some changes in the Mississippi Rrepublican party and get a Conservative Senator appointed for a change instead of a barbour shil. POHB
    There are a few errors in this something has happend to my PC and I cannot delete an error.

  • Exclusive–Priebus Rallies Base: GOP Will Stop Obama's 'Un-American' Amnesty if We Win Senate

    10/28/2014 7:26:05 AM PDT · 70 of 79
    duffee to bimboeruption

    “OK, so the GOP-E is against “Executive Amnesty”...but what about “Legislative Amnesty?””

    That’s my problem. Many Republican candidates had been talking about “reforming our immigration laws” and part of this will be a “pathway to citizenship” for illegals, is this not amnesty? They also mention, sometimes, that this time they’ll protect our borders. haley barbour, lobbyist, accepted money from Mexico to keep our border open and get amnesty for their citizens illegally in the US. Apparently he did a great job with Republicans, democrats and the US Chamber of Commerce. Our two Mississippi Senators are locked in votes for anything haley wants other Republican Senators, like Lamar Alexander, say we’re for a “pathway to citizenship” but now are saying they’re against amnesty. Give us thirty years of “enforced” existing immigration laws and “closed protected borders” and then we can talk about it. These were the promises made thirty years go when the last amnesty deal was made. Ignored by republicans and democrats alike.

  • Dole says he wants Romney to run again in 2016

    10/28/2014 6:57:58 AM PDT · 46 of 123
    duffee to Olog-hai

    Dole and Romney are among the Republicans I have supported and voted for that I was “less than comfortable” with.

  • 6 Reasons We Need To Help Republicans Take The Senate Even Though They Stink

    10/28/2014 6:45:45 AM PDT · 52 of 116
    duffee to Kaslin

    Many times in the past 50 years I’ve voted for republican candidates I’ve not been comfortable and if I were in any other state than Mississippi I would probably do it again but I’m not going to vote for “our turd” because he doesn’t smell as bad as the “democrats turd” this year. I’m writing Chris McDaniel. Yes, I know it won’t be counted.

  • Time for the People to Choose

    10/27/2014 2:54:17 PM PDT · 5 of 9
    duffee to Servant of the Cross

    Reagan’s 1964 speech is as relevant today as it was then, only difference is that then it was prophetic and today it’s proved correct. Senator Cruz may be our only and last hope.

  • Senator Michelle Obama? Is the first lady eyeing a Senate seat?

    10/27/2014 2:35:10 PM PDT · 13 of 55
    duffee to afraidfortherepublic

    Oh yes, California is a good match for her, the only difference to Californians would be that m.obama would get more media coverage.

  • Forget the Alamo: Why Ted Cruz Needs to Learn How to win a National Election

    10/27/2014 7:37:51 AM PDT · 20 of 37
    duffee to SeekAndFind

    Nixon ran as a Conservative, Ashbrook ran as a real and very conservative Conservative. Doesn’t make you a moderate to realize with so much liberal crap to undo that there are some things that wouldn’t be possible to get done and would waste time and effort as Reagan did with medicare. I don’t know if we can salvage the Republic or not but we need Ted Cruz if we are to have a chance. The “moderates” being mentioned certainly aren’t going to actually fix anything and democrats will get back in and finish us off. If I am going to end up at the Alamo I would rather it be with Cruz than with one of these surrender guys.

  • Armed demonstrators stroll through downtown St. Louis

    10/26/2014 4:38:12 PM PDT · 30 of 35
    duffee to Da Bilge Troll

    “They drew chalk outlines of bodies on the pavement, bearing the names of people shot by police. They called it a “die-in.””

    Those against open or concealed carry and most likely firearm ownership defacing public property, apparently without penalty.

  • Pledge Aligns Childers with Hate Groups

    10/26/2014 10:13:57 AM PDT · 27 of 28
    duffee to RginTN

    I’m more than disappointed in the entire Mississippi GOP and most of the National GOP which brings us to our Mississippi dilemma and why we’re pissed off. I will NOT vote for cochran or democrat travis childers or for a reform party I know nothing about who’s going nowhere and would use any inflated vote he got to tout his party and ignore what’s happened and further divide Conservatives. I will vote for childers, if he were Conservative he wouldn’t be a democrat, I can’t say trustworthy because we have that same problem with Republicans. childers voted against obamacare but he didn’t “make up his mind” until the democrats had enough votes to pass it and was allowed to vote against and hold this seat for the democrats until his vote was to be needed on the next big issue. He also voted for the “Food Safety Act” that in reality does nothing for safety but everything thing for big government control of our lives, expansion of big government and increased food prices. I know he signed an agreement on amnesty, his stand and word will last util his vote is needed, we’ve seen this pattern over and over with democrats and Republicans. I do NOT want the democrats to retain the control of the Senate, we are better even with mConnell than harry reid but I will NOT vote for cochran and offer any symblance of approval for the campaign the gop ran against legitimate Conservative Republicans. I’m going to register my vote for the best candidate and place the Mississippi US Senate race in God’s hands, I’m writing in Chris McDaniel knowing it will not count but it will count for me. It has been noted that write ins will not count but a high number of them will be noted by the political parties and will be evident by the numbers that turned out to vote and the numbers that actually vote in the US Senate race.

  • Mitch McConnell: I stand with Obama on Ebola

    10/25/2014 11:01:28 AM PDT · 55 of 112
    duffee to EternalVigilance

    Mitch McConnell: “I stand with Obama on Ebola”

    He stands with on amnesty also, what does mitch have to say about the 34 million new “Americans” we’re about to get? POMM

  • Don’t rob them of hope, Brittany (plans to kill herself on November 1 b/c brain tumor. But...)

    10/25/2014 10:57:23 AM PDT · 24 of 62
    duffee to Mrs. Don-o

    The open support for suicide is a result of utilitarian bioethics. Promoting abortion, suicide, assissited suicide, and of what hitler did to the disabled. I believe it also teaches that there is no moral equalivance, right or wrong is what is right or wrong for an individual according to his own ethic. Utilitarian bioethics appear to be popular with obama’s czars, which is no surprise when you go back to the eary Twentieth Century progressives who wanted to rid society of the “eaters”, the older, infirm and mentally incapable who could no longer “contribute” to society, the group hillary clinton says she is inspired by. It is no supprise that many of obama’s czars consider overpopulation to be our top concern including the new ebola czar. I appreciate the efforts of Denis Strangman.

  • Round three for the Bush Dynasty?

    10/25/2014 9:55:25 AM PDT · 50 of 55
    duffee to savedbygrace

    “I won’t stay home, but I will not vote for any GOPe pols. I won’t vote for any Dims. I just won’t vote in the races with GOPe pols in them.”

    In Mississippi you can always write in but they aren’t counted but they do show in the numbers and are evidence of a NO vote. If they are enough of them it is apparent to the party officials. In one election I wrote in the name of a Republican lawyer in a race where a democrat was uncontested for a district DA position. I later heard the Republican Executive Committee Chairman mention that the lawyer had received a write in vote.

  • Through Obama’s Eyes: Gun Wielding Man Murders Religious Figure

    10/25/2014 8:05:14 AM PDT · 9 of 11
    duffee to Pearls Before Swine

    At this point I’ll take biden and then we can get rid of him and then boehner.

  • Breaking: Mississippi Supreme Court Rules for Cochran [my title]

    10/25/2014 7:49:03 AM PDT · 68 of 135
    duffee to trebb

    We are writing in McDaniel, we know it won’t be counted but those that need to know will know. I will not vote for childers the democrat, he cannot be trusted any more than cochran and as cochran delivers for rinos childers will deliver big for the democrats when it’s needed.

  • VIDEO: Man says it’s discrimination that people won’t hire him because he’s covered with tattoos

    10/24/2014 11:32:53 AM PDT · 98 of 144
    duffee to Responsibility2nd

    I would have hired him as a painter, if he claimed experience and agreed to wear painter whites and a respectable hat, but wouldn’t have been surprised if he wasn’t around in a week or so.

  • Gohmert: Gays Shouldn’t Serve in Military Because They’d Just Be ‘Getting Massages All Day’

    10/24/2014 10:51:52 AM PDT · 12 of 26
    duffee to lbryce

    Gohmert for Speaker of the House.

  • Infant Killed in Jerusalem Light Rail Attack Was U.S. Citizen

    10/24/2014 7:17:35 AM PDT · 12 of 21
    duffee to Diogenesis

    I had to erase what I had written, you expressed it in acceptable language. What it takes for michelle obama to be proud of America has an opposite effect on me.

  • Fast and Furious: Family of Slain Border Patrol Agent "Baffled"

    10/24/2014 7:00:27 AM PDT · 12 of 24
    duffee to Mercat

    His wife and mother are probably his “bagmen” to run “errands” like picking up the money. They’re all corrupt and nothing they won’t do.

  • Begich: I voted for Obama

    10/23/2014 11:22:52 AM PDT · 29 of 32
    duffee to shove_it

    “The president’s not relevant. He’s gone in two years.”

    It’s relevent you supported him and his policies and you’ve also voted to enact those policies and ther’s no reason to believe you won’t continue that and no reason to believe you’ll vote to undo any of the damage you and obama have done to the country.

  • Nicolle Wallace Endorses A Hillary Presidential Run: ‘I’m A Huge Fan’

    10/23/2014 11:16:59 AM PDT · 46 of 55
    duffee to GoldenPup

    You don’t cout leaving dead men scattered around as an accomplishment?

  • Obama Administration Lied About Crimes Committed by Released Illegal Immigrants

    10/23/2014 11:04:50 AM PDT · 11 of 20
    duffee to detective

    It’s probably in the details such as what was the crime and committed against who that constitutes a serious crime. I’m really glad we have mCain on this, I know he’ll get something done about it.

  • Battle begins for NRSC chair

    10/23/2014 9:21:52 AM PDT · 10 of 12
    duffee to Sybeck1

    “Wicker needs to be primaried after his amnesty vote from a couple years back. Cochran clone”

    haley barbour is pro amnesty and wicker and cochran’s votes belong to haley’s lobbying firm. If they voted the way the people wanted our two senators and three republican congressmen would all vote more Conservative but there loyalty lies with haley. Mississippi’s fourth congressman is bennie thompson democrat/communist.

  • Battle begins for NRSC chair

    10/23/2014 9:15:26 AM PDT · 9 of 12
    duffee to cotton1706

    Wicker is proud of the actions by the NRSC, cochran campaign his staffers on loan to the cochran campaign, his son in law who was part of the cochran and of course the barbours. His and cochran’s voting record would be more conservative if they voted the will of Mississippians instead of the barbour lobbying firm. The RNSC money was spent on ads on black radio stations denigrating McDaniel, Tea Party and Conservatives. His staffer was giving the encvelopes of money to those who would distribute them to the voters. His Son in law lined up the radio ads and the cash money for the envelopes. I called his office and was told enator wicker was proud of his and the NRSC efforts in behalf of senator cochran. I’ll not ever be supporting roger wicker again for anything.

  • Sen Jeff Sessions: Amnesty Hurts African-Americans the Most

    10/23/2014 8:26:13 AM PDT · 19 of 28
    duffee to GOPJ

    “A nation owes its first obligation to its own citizens,”

    It also needs to be passed on to the majority of the gop, many of them say they’re against amnesty but for a pathway to citizenship. The only thing we need is control and protect our borders and enforce existing immigration law and QUOTAS as was promised with the last amnesty 30 years ago and then promptly ignored. I say NO new legislation until they give us 30 years of enforcement of the old legislation.