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FRONT PAGE  |  3/29/2017
MONDAY, JAN 27, 2014  |  10 comments
Arizona GOP censures McCain for ‘liberal’ record

The Arizona Republican Party formally censured Sen. John McCain on Saturday, citing a voting record they say is insufficiently conservative.

The resolution to censure McCain was approved by a voice-vote during a meeting of state committee members in Tempe, state party spokesman Tim Sifert said. It needed signatures from at least 20 percent of state committee members to reach the floor for debate.

According to the resolution, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee has campaigned as a conservative but has lent his support to issues “associated with liberal Democrats,” such as immigration reform and funding the federal health care law. ...


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News Item1/30/14 5:36 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Matthew Henry has an answer for you Michael(s) in a short commentary for Matthew 8:20.
"18-22 One of the scribes was too hasty in promising; he
proffers himself to be a close follower of Christ. He seems to
be very resolute. Many resolutions for religion are produced by
sudden conviction, and taken up without due consideration; these
come to nothing. When this scribe offered to follow Christ, one
would think he should have been encouraged; one scribe might do
more credit and service than twelve fishermen; but Christ saw
his heart, and answered to its thoughts, and therein teaches all
how to come to Christ. His resolve seems to have been from a
worldly, covetous principle; but Christ had not a place to lay
his head on, and if he follows him, he must not expect to fare
better than he fared. We have reason to think this scribe went
away...."

To return to the political,you might find this little comment from Ann Coulter interesting? GOP CRAFTS PLAN TO WRECK THE COUNTRY, LOSE VOTERS McCain would approve of this?

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News Item1/27/14 7:58 PM
Strat  Find all comments by Strat
Mike wrote:
More apologies for the greedy, Jim? Speaking of air, your talking point about the rich and paying their "fair share" is noted. Now if you really want to be informed, do a search on how long the government could run if every cent owned by every millionaire was confiscated.
Liberals want the rich to pay until they are poor to usher in the new age of equality.
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News Item1/27/14 4:45 PM
DJC49 | Florida  Find all comments by DJC49
Michael Hranek wrote:
Jim Lincoln
If Jesus practised the economics of liberals the parable of the talents would be more like:
the master entrusted
5 to one very hard worker
2 to another a hard worker of lesser ability
1 to a third an out and out lazy dead beat
one with 5 worked hard and earned 5 more
the otherr with 2 likewise earned 2 more
the third still had just the one
and the liberal master (code word for tyrannt in this story) was enraged at the economic inequality of the pitiful 3rd steward so he demanded
that
from the first 5 be taken away by force
1 redistributed to the second with 4
and 4 redistributed to the third with 1
and the liberal master (self-righteous tyrannt) congradulated himself on how wonderful he was to ensure all his subjects now had the same.
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News Item1/27/14 4:43 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
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Sorry Mike NY governments can't run on air and the rich, especially the super rich need to pay their fair share. There tax rates have to be raised to at least the Regan levels (The Eisenhower levels might be pretty good too )
More apologies for the greedy, Jim? Speaking of air, your talking point about the rich and paying their "fair share" is noted. Now if you really want to be informed, do a search on how long the government could run if every cent owned by every millionaire was confiscated.
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News Item1/27/14 4:39 PM
Mr. Marty McD | usa  Find all comments by Mr. Marty McD
MH. Are you seriously using the bible for your political and economic theories? That's wacko bird stuff... right Jim?
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News Item1/27/14 3:49 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Mr. M., don't you just love consistency? This should make me a good Republican, no changes, I got mine (I use to have mine! well I did except for %^&*!@# Wild Billy Clinton & Baby-Faced Bush! )
Sorry Mike NY governments can't run on air and the rich, especially the super rich need to pay their fair share. There tax rates have to be raised to at least the Regan levels (The Eisenhower levels might be pretty good too )
Jim Lincoln
If Jesus practised the economics of liberals the parable of the talents would be more like:

the master entrusted
5 to one very hard worker
2 to another a hard worker of lesser ability
1 to a third an out and out lazy dead beat

one with 5 worked hard and earned 5 more
the otherr with 2 likewise earned 2 more
the third still had just the one

and the liberal master (code word for tyrannt in this story) was enraged at the economic inequality of the pitiful 3rd steward so he demanded
that
from the first 5 be taken away by force
1 redistributed to the second with 4
and 4 redistributed to the third with 1
and the liberal master (self-righteous tyrannt) congradulated himself on how wonderful he was to ensure all his subjects now had the same.

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News Item1/27/14 3:30 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Mr. M., don't you just love consistency? This should make me a good Republican, no changes, I got mine (I use to have mine! well I did except for %^&*!@# Wild Billy Clinton & Baby-Faced Bush! )

Sorry Mike NY governments can't run on air and the rich, especially the super rich need to pay their fair share. There tax rates have to be raised to at least the Regan levels (The Eisenhower levels might be pretty good too )

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News Item1/27/14 11:35 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
You mean not sufficently reactonary enough Now I don't like his immigration policies nor his support of Arab causes. He might get to stay around, when the voters get tired of the Greedy Old Parry, and sweep them out of office like they did in the 1930's.
The sweeping should be of the liberals, who are the true reactionaries, always pushing societies backwards toward socialism, always with man-made ever-failing utopia in mind, yet calling themselves "progressive" to hide the fact that they are knuckle draggers in suits.
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News Item1/27/14 10:12 AM
Mr. Marty McD | usa  Find all comments by Mr. Marty McD
Before I opened up this article I thought to myself... "surely JL is the first comment..." Lo and behold. Statism must be protected at all costs. Romanist apologies from JY and statist apologies from JL, as sure as the sun rises.
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News Item1/27/14 8:42 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
You mean not sufficently reactonary enough Now I don't like his immigration policies nor his support of Arab causes. He might get to stay around, when the voters get tired of the Greedy Old Parry, and sweep them out of office like they did in the 1930's.
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