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August 11, 2011
By Stephen D. Foster Jr.
Conservatives are so easy to anger these days. Even the most insignificant
statement can set off their tempers. If you want to enrage a conservative, I
suggest saying the following:
1. A Socialist wrote the Pledge of Allegiance.
2. Jesus healed the sick and helped the poor, for free.
3. Joseph McCarthy was an un-American, witch hunting sissy.
4. Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee were traitors.
5. The South lost the Civil War, get over it.
6. The Founding ... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: QueerNews版 - 科普一下Gay Republicans
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发信人: newtenant (Good Day), 信区: Rainbow
标 题: 科普一下Gay Republicans
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Sun Jun 26 20:31:14 2011, 美东)
The Paradox Called Gay Republicans(zz)
by Ramon Johnson
Is it fair to assume all GLBT people are inherently liberal? The idea of a
conservative minority is perplexing to many- especially to those who wonder
how a minority, such as a gay or lesbian person, can support a right-wing
political party know... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: Military版 - 38 Quotes About Republicans
“Now I will tell you the answer to my question. It is this. The Party seeks
power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of
others; we are interested solely in power, pure power. What pure power means
you will understand presently. We are different from the oligarchies of the
past in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who
resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the
Russian Communists came very close to us in their metho... 阅读全帖

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I've been a Republican professor on Democrat campuses in California for
almost a decade and a half. I'm not a Democrat and never have been, so I don
't have that to #Walkaway from, but I want to walk to you and encourage you.
This page--I am impressed with this page and these stories you all have
shared. What you're experiencing is the beginning of an exciting journey, a
learning process that I wish all my students could start with.
I have been surrounded by Democrats in Lost Angeles as a profes... 阅读全帖
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An open letter to my fellow Republican national delegates
June 24, 2016
Stefani Williams
[Updated June 27, 2016]
When Donald Trump entered the presidential race in June 2015, I decided to
give him a look. After I paid close attention, however, he completely lost
He lost me because his statements were erratic, contradictory, and
untrustworthy, and many of his positions were actually very liberal. What
troubled me the most was his well-known playboy lifestyle – exemplified by
widely circulated... 阅读全帖
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During the recent No Labels-hosted Problem Solver Convention in New
Hampshire, things got a little uncomfortable.
When Joseph Choe, an Asian American college student, stood up to ask a
question about South Korea, Donald Trump cut him off and wondered aloud: “
Are you from South Korea?”
Choe responded, “I’m not. I was born in Texas, raised in Colorado.” His
answer prompted laughter from the audience, and nothing more than a shrug
from the GOP presidential candida... 阅读全帖
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WASHINGTON — House Republicans on Tuesday soundly rejected a bill approved
by the Senate that would have extended the payroll tax cut for most
Americans beyond the end of the year and allowed millions of unemployed
people to continue receiving jobless benefits.
The House vote, which passed 229 to 193, also calls for establishing a
negotiating committee so the two chambers can resolve their differences.
Seven Republicans joined Democrats in opposition.
But the Senate has left t... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: QueerNews版 - Republicans are losing
When it comes to winning, Republicans are like Charlie Sheen. That is, they
think they are WINNING, but they're obviously not. But don't take my word
for it, look at recent polling.
Budget battles. The latest WSJ/MSNBC poll shows the most popular ways to
balance the budget are the ones Republicans are least inclined to do. Most
popular: tax increases for millionaires, cutting defense spending, and
ending tax breaks for oil and gas companies. Least popular: cutting health
care for the poor, cutti... 阅读全帖

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Will Republicans please stop insulting Trump voters? Just stop. I know that
many hate Trump, but his voters too?
Mitt Romney derides Trump voters as “suckers.” Others have sneered that
Trump has an army of “low information voters” who have been “duped,” and
that “these people” shouldn’t be able to decide on the fate of a Grand
Old Party. Trump’s voters, th... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: Stock版 - 据说这次算是Republican大胜?
Fiscal Cliff Deal Redefines What It Means to Be “Rich”
To listen to the moaning of some Republicans in the House of Representatives
, you could be forgiven for thinking that the Republicans are losing the
fiscal battle in Washington.
Actually, they're winning.
To see this, you just need to step back and look at the tax deal and the
country's fiscal trends from a broader perspective.
Yesterday, the government voted to extend almost a... 阅读全帖
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发信人: joycee (买买提头号女魔头), 信区: Automobile
标 题: Is Your Car a Republican or Democrat?太好玩了
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Thu Apr 4 13:28:46 2013, 美东)
You know better than to discuss politics with coworkers or people you just
met, right? So if you want to figure out how someone is likely to vote this
November, you may try guessing based on their clothes (Brooks Brothers
versus Birkenstocks), hair (high and tight vs.... 阅读全帖
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The Surprising Role of Republicans in the Year of Gay Rights
Posted: 06/27/11 12:22 PM ET React Important
Adam Winkler.Professor of Law, UCLA
This past year has seen a remarkable shift when it comes to gay rights. From
repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell to New York's legalization of same-sex
marriage, America is finally embracing equal rights for all, regardless of
sexual orientation. Surprisingly, Republicans have played a vital role ... 阅读全帖
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A Campaign Windfall for 4 Republicans Who Voted for Same-Sex Marriage
Published: October 12, 2011
— As the State Legislature this year debated the legalization of same-sex
marriage, a group of wealthy financiers who support both gay rights and
Republican causes offered a reassurance to Republican lawmakers: Stand with
us now, and we will stand with you later.
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Guy Solimano for The New York Times
The National Organization for Marriage posted ads, like this one i... 阅读全帖
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You know better than to discuss politics with coworkers or people you just
met, right? So if you want to figure out how someone is likely to vote this
November, you may try guessing based on their clothes (Brooks Brothers
versus Birkenstocks), hair (high and tight vs. Hillary's Helmet) or Starbuck
's order (black coffee vs. fair-trade low fat mocha soy latte). As it turns
out, what they drive could also hint at their politi... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: USANews版 - Do Republicans Ideas Lead to Job Growth?
By Karin McQuillan
Democrats say that government can create jobs through borrowing, printing
money and spending. They warn that trimming bureaucrats from payrolls will
be an economic disaster. Republicans argue that the bigger the government
is, the smaller the private sector. The Tea Party prescription: shrink
government, lower taxes, decrease regulation, and the economy will rebound
through private enterprise.
"Facts are hard to argue with," Governor Walker of Wisconsin declared in a
Herit... 阅读全帖
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Republicans vs. Democrats TV survey results: Lefties want comedy, right
wingers like work
by James Hibberd
Republicans don’t watch MTV’s Jersey Shore. But they dig ABC’s Castle.
Democrats don’t like Discovery’s Deadliest Catch. But they swoon for NBC’
s Parks and Recreation.
Those are a few of the findings from an annual research survey by Experian-
Simmons that measures the consumer preferences of various political
ideologies. In a re... 阅读全帖
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I know we predicted Republican Senate control in 2010. Republicans did gain
seven seats and came within four of winning control. Razor thin defeats in
Colorado and Washington and unexpected thrashings in Nevada and West
Virginia proved us wrong.
But this time - honest - we are going to win!

The battlegrounds in 2012 are a lot more red and less blue than in 2010. If
we switch seats in North Dakota, Florida, Nebraska, Virginia, and Montana -
red states all - w... 阅读全帖
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Posted on Advocate.com October 09, 2011 01:55:00 PM ET
San Diego’s Next Mayor Might Be Gay and Republican
By Diane Anderson-Minshall
Two of the top Republican candidates for mayor of San Diego are openly gay
and voters have barely registered it. According to the Associated Press, the
issue just doesn’t come up at campaign appearances or in local news
coverage. That’s because lesbian district attorney Bonnie Dumanis and gay
city council member Ca... 阅读全帖
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75 Prominent Republicans Say Marriage Is Constitutional Right
Dozens of prominent Republicans including Meg Whitman, Jon Huntsman,
Christine Todd Whitman, and Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen support marriage
A group of 75 Republicans have signed a court brief telling the U.S. Supreme
Court that marriage is a constitutional right for same-sex couples in
The brief is in reference to California's Proposition 8, which rescinded
rights for s... 阅读全帖
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Too Many Republican Congressmen Giving Unions Free Tax Dollars
May 29, 2012 by Warner Todd Huston
For such a blue state, Illinois has some rather good Republicans in Congress
, but on one issue many of them consistently fail. That is in their
unfortunate support for Big Labor. The issue of Project Labor Agreements (
PLAs) is a perfect example of this penchant to support issues dear to the
hearts of Big Labor.
Unions love PLAs because the rule forces government construction projects to
be condu... 阅读全帖
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'In Their Faces': Republicans Borrow Page from Obama's Book, Will Stage
Counter Convention in Charlotte
In 2008, an aggressive candidate Barack Obama told supporters to “argue
with them, get in their faces.” In 2012, Republicans are taking a page from
Obama’s book, holding a “counter-convention” outside the Democratic
National Convention at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, NC. While
Republican nominee Mitt Romney will be keeping a low profile all week, his
party is taking the fight stra... 阅读全帖
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Republican David Jolly wins Fla. congressional special election in test race
over health care
Republican David Jolly narrowly defeated Democrat Alex Sink on Tuesday in a
Tampa-area House race largely seen as a critical test for ObamaCare.
With nearly 100 percent of the vote counted, Jolly had 48.5 percent of the
vote to Sink's 46.7 percent. Libertarian Lucas Overby had 4.8 percent.
The race to replace the late Rep. Bill Young was considered a tossup, and
was cast as a political bellwether, and... 阅读全帖
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Posted on Advocate.com September 23, 2011 05:20:00 AM ET
DOMA Repeal Gets Its First Republican Cosponsor
By Andrew Harmon
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) A bill to repeal the federal Defense of
Marriage Act now has bipartisan support after Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of
Florida announced Friday that she would cosponsor the legislation, becoming
the first Republican to do so.
“I voted against the constitutional amendment defining marriage [in 2006]
so I’m pleased to cosponsor the repeal of DOMA an... 阅读全帖
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For a little perspective, consider the votes of another minority -- Asians.
Romney won among all voters making more than $100,000 a year by a margin of
54-44. Asian-Americans happen to be the highest-earning group in the U.S.,
out-earning whites, and they generally place enormous emphasis on family. A
perfect fit for Republicans, no?
No. Asians voted for Obama by 73-26; they were more Democrati... 阅读全帖
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by Jammie
The meddling twits from Gannett apparently haven’t learned their lesson
after one of their papers, the Journal News, published a list of gun permit
holders in suburban New York recently. You would think since that attempt at
intimidation backfired so disastrously they might reconsider their assault
on the Second Amendment.
Undaunted, now they’re pestering members of Congress whether they own guns,
even though such disclosure is not required. According to the number who’
ve responded th... 阅读全帖
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Bad news for those few who imagined Donald Trump would quietly accept the
GOP handing the party's nomination to someone else and support a non-Trump
The Republican front-runner told CNN's Anderson Cooper he no longer promises
to support whoever ends up being the Republican nominee during a town hall
in Milwaukee Tuesday.
"Do you continue to pledge to support whoever the Republican nominee is?"
Cooper asked.
"No, I don't anymore," Trump replied.
Back in September the mercurial mogul si... 阅读全帖
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Republicans Push Bill to Help Foreign Science Graduates Stay
Republican leaders in the House of Representatives, hoping to pass a measure
before the November elections to improve legal immigration[1], are pushing
for a vote this week on a bill that would increase the number of permanent
resident visas for foreigners graduating from American universities with
advanced degrees in science... 阅读全帖
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07/09/2013 Oh-Law:
Report indicates that the House Republicans likely stand tough on CIR and
tomorrow meeting will turn out nothing but reiteration of this memo as
talking points.
House Republicans plan to discuss their next steps on the comprehensive
Senate immigration bill at a private meeting Wednesday, laying out plans for
potential legislation with heavy discussion on border security, according
to memos exclusively obtained by Fox News.
The ... 阅读全帖
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WASHINGTON - Republican angst about 2012 is growing.
Nearly three months into the year, it appears the GOP field of presidential
candidates is narrowing. Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels and former Alaska
Governor Sarah Palin have looked increasingly less likely to run as of late.
That leaves a front pack of four: former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney,
former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour,
and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich of Georgia.
Normally,... 阅读全帖
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Posted on Advocate.com October 07, 2011 10:45:00 AM ET
Minnesota Republicans Unite Against Marriage Amendment
A prominent group of Minnesota Republicans has formally joined the effort to
fight a proposed constitutional amendment that would restrict marriages to
men and women.
By Julie Bolcer
A prominent group of Minnesota Republicans has formally joined the effort to
fight a proposed constitutional amendment that would restrict marriages to
men and... 阅读全帖
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Posted on Advocate.com January 09, 2012 09:20:00 AM ET
Republican Senator to Support Washington Gay Marriage Bill
By Julie Bolcer
Washington state senator Steve Litzow announced he would become the first
Republican in his chamber to support marriage equality, a move that could
provide a crucial boost for the legislation to be introduced as soon as this
week by Governor Christine Gregoire.
Litzow made his announcement to the Seattle Times editorial board, calling
himself a “traditional Republican... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: QueerNews版 - Republicans retreat on gay marriage
Just a few years ago, House Republicans were trying to etch their opposition
of gay marriage into the Constitution.
Now? They're almost silent.
It's been one of the swiftest shifts in ideology and strategy for
Republicans, as they've come nearly full circle on same-sex politics. What
was once a front-and-center issue for rank-and-file Republicans -- the
subject of many hotly worded House and Senate floor speeches -- is virtually
a dead issue, as Republicans in Congress don't care to have gay mar... 阅读全帖
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Published on TheHill.com on December 7, 2010
Republicans gnashed their teeth in frustration as the national tide of GOP
resurgence washed up against the massive Democratic fortresses in Nevada,
Washington state, Colorado and California. When they neither toppled nor
faltered, most conservatives resigned themselves to a divided Congress with
the Republican House and the Democratic Senate forever at war.
Not so. The vote on the extension of the Bush tax cuts reveals that the
Republican Party has, ... 阅读全帖
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WASHINGTON -- For a guy who insists that federal bureaucrats make too much
money, incoming House Majority Leader Eric Cantor sure doesn't mind handing
out handsome government raises of his own.
Cantor, the Virginia Republican who has led the GOP charge this year to
freeze federal salaries, has boosted his congressional office's payroll by
81 percent since coming to Congress in 2001 - about 8 percent per year
through 2009. When he became minority whip last year, the office's personnel
expenses we... 阅读全帖
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The Modern Republican Party: Brought To You By Fraud & Tax Evasion
July 30, 2010 3:53 pm ET — Alan Pyke
Texan billionaire brothers Charles Wyly Jr. and Samuel Wyly stand accused of
"engag[ing] in a 13-year fraudulent scheme" using "an elaborate sham system
of trusts and subsidiary companies" based offshore to rack up an "unlawful
gain of over $31.7 million."
These charges from the SEC are hanging over the GOP because the Wylys have
been huge Repub... 阅读全帖
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很多人说republican这次对immigration reform感兴趣,是因为要吸引latino.统计显
The hispanic vote was only 30% in 1988 for the GOP. 25% IN 1992 for the GOP.
21% for the GOP in 1996. These are all numbers AFTER the Republican led
immigration and reform act of 1986 that was passed due to the leadership of
the majority GOP Senate and GOP Reagan as President. That 1986 amnesty only
passed because of the leadership of the Re... 阅读全帖
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3 More Prominent Republicans Say They Cannot Endorse Donald Trump
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign
rally at The Fox Theatre this week in Atlanta.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign
rally at The Fox Theatre this week in Atlanta.
Branden Camp/Getty Images
As the general election shifts into high gear, a pair of Republican
governors and a 15-term representative this week voiced their frustrations
with the party's presumptiv... 阅读全帖
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By Julie Bolcer
MarkGrisantix390 (NY Senate) | Advocate.com
Mark Grisanti
The four New York state Republican senators who voted for marriage equality
last month have been rewarded with generous campaign contributions from
advocates including New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, who joined others
in giving the maximum amount allowed to the lawmakers.
The New York Daily News reports on the donations to senators James Alesi,
Roy McDonald, Stephen Saland, and Mark Grisanti. Bloomberg, who indicate... 阅读全帖
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Douglas County Republican supports civil unions in emotional speech
POSTED: 02/28/2013 01:41:54 PM MST
UPDATED: 03/01/2013 11:00:33 AM MSTBy Lynn Bartels
The Denver Post
A Republican lawmaker from one of Colorado's most conservative counties
voted Thursday to support civil unions, the latest signal that attitudes
toward gays have changed drastically in recent years.
Rep. Carole Murray of Castle Rock said some might be surprised that a
politician with a voting record that she said has been de... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: RisingChina版 - 38 Quotes About Republicans
“Now I will tell you the answer to my question. It is this. The Party seeks
power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of
others; we are interested solely in power, pure power. What pure power means
you will understand presently. We are different from the oligarchies of the
past in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who
resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the
Russian Communists came very close to us in their metho... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: USANews版 - Teaser: Facts for REPUBLICANS
-Jesus healed the sick and helped the poor, for FREE.
-A Socialist wrote the Pledge of Allegiance.
-Ronald Reagan supported gun control.
-The Founding Fathers were liberals
-Ronald Reagan legalized abortion as Governor of California.
-Reagan raised taxes eleven times as President.
-Republicans: Peddling the same failed economic policies since 1880.
-President Obama saved the American auto industry, while Republicans wanted
to destroy it.
-It's a FACT that Rep... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: USANews版 - Republicans Got It Right About Obamacare
Republicans Got It Right About Obamacare: 5 Predictions That Turned Out To
Be True
Republicans Got It Right About Obamacare: 5 Predictions That Turned Out To
Be True
Republicans were right about Obamacare and Democrats were wrong. Before
Obamacare was passed, when Democrats were telling the public that it would
make health care cheaper, better, and would cure cancer right after it makes
your bed in the morning and cuts your grass, Republicans were pointing out
the very flaws that the American pe... 阅读全帖
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Wisconsin businessman Paul Nehlen announced Tuesday that he is the tea party
-allied candidate who is challenging House Speaker Paul D. Ryan in the
Republican primary, saying he’s “had it” with the speaker betraying
Sources first confirmed to The Washington Times earlier this week that a
wealthy businessman was mounting a primary challenge to Mr. Ryan in
Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District, but Mr. Nehlen did not r... 阅读全帖
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来自主题: USANews版 - 科普:Me-too Republicans
Me-too Republicans
In the 1930s and 1940s, Me-too Republicans described those running on a
platform of agreeing with the Democratic Party, proclaiming only minor or
moderating philosophical differences.[5][6] An example is two-time
presidential candidate Thomas E. Dewey, who ran against the popular Franklin
D. Roosevelt and his successor Harry Truman. Dewey did not oppose Roosevelt
's New Deal programs altogether, but merely campaigned on the promise that
Republicans would run them more efficien... 阅读全帖
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House Speaker John Boehner told Republicans behind closed doors on Tuesday
that GOP leaders are evaluating a variety of legal actions to take against
President Barack Obama following his executive actions on immigration.
"We are finalizing a plan to authorize litigation on this issue - one we
believe gives us the best chance of success," Boehner told members,
according to a source in the room.
Those options could include filing a congressional lawsuit against the
president or joining the 26 stat... 阅读全帖
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发信人: nanobug (nanobug), 信区: SanFrancisco
标 题: Switch Registration to Republican Today!
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Sat Feb 22 03:04:40 2014, 美东)
Please forward to as many people as possible.
Dear Fellow California Asian Americans,
We are proud Californian resident not only for its pleasant weather,
and its advanced tech economy, but also for its diverse and tolerant
culture. Its merit based college admission ... 阅读全帖
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Posted on Advocate.com March 02, 2012 06:23:22 PM ET
Pro-Marriage Republican Announces Retirement
By Michelle Garcia
Teresa Sayward Lobbies for Marriage Equality in Albany
A New York Republican assemblywoman who voted for marriage equality
announced Thursday that she will not seek reelection this November.
Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward, who said it was a family decision to step down
from her position, has a gay son and says she is proud to have brok... 阅读全帖
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by Rick aka Mr. Brutally Honest
The sad part about this is that Kathleen Sebelius and others following her
lead are likely to get away with it given the population's ignorance:
As Democrats grow increasingly worried that ObamaCare will explode on
the launch pad just as ObamaFailure midterm elections get going, the Obama
administration seeks to pin blame on Republicans. Good luck with that.
Earlier this week, Health and Human Services head Kathleen Sebelius
admitted that she didn't realiz... 阅读全帖
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Difference between a Republican and a Democrat?
A Republican and a Democrat were walking down the street
when they came to a homeless person. The Republican gave
the homeless person his business card and told him to
come to his business for a job. He then took twenty dollars
out of his pocket and gave it to the homeless person.
The Democrat was very impressed, and when they came to
another homeless person, he decided to help. He walked
over to the homeless person and gave him directions to
the w... 阅读全帖
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