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Facts said...

The commenters have personal opinions but do not refute a single piece of information. Insults and sarcasm don't hide the abysmal failure of Barack Obama and the Democratic electorate that is currently destroying our nation.

Thanks for a great article that catalogs many of the failures that lie in the hands of Democrats.

November 25, 2013 at 3:41 p.m.
Facts said...
November 4, 2013 at 9:01 p.m.
Facts said...

There may have been a time that the Tea Party did help the GOP, as noted. But, they are now more similar to the tactics of far-left organizations than the GOP. The idea of winning at all costs may work at certain times, but it doesn't permit governing.

The really disgusted trait of all of this is that the Tea Party is more enraged at the GOP than Democratic leaders and officials who openly mock them and actively implement extremely destructive politics. As I posted just yesterday, I was a fan of the Tea Party; no more.

Elected officials like our Congressman Fleishmann who exist only because of these extremists are our problem. Ridiculous to vote for the shutdown, then clamor for Chickamauga Lock funding.

November 2, 2013 at 7:51 a.m.
Facts said...

As a businessman who came from Texas and visits home frequently, Ted Cruz has a following but it's a very anti-government crowd who are feeding his one goal - to run for president.

We are seeing what we've known, that Obamacare would fail of its own policy problems. The shutdown antics placed a vocal group of showboats on centerstage while other Republicans tried to cut spending and deal with the debt ceiling.

Frankly, if it weren't for the smart move of Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker, the deal on the Kentucky dam would not have been made, the Chickamauga Lock would have been one step closer to closure. But I suppose the angry Tea Party supports the closure of the waterways of commerce in Tennessee since our puppet Congressman Fleishmann got his marching orders and voted for the shutdown.

As a lifelong conservative, I am no longer supportive of the Tea Party. Your tactics are exactly like those of the far left.

November 1, 2013 at 7:27 a.m.
Facts said...

Absurd. Blind to the point of cult follower. Obamacare is a "success?" Now, I understand that honesty is mutually exclusive with the "progressive", "liberal" agenda. Absolutely no credibility.

November 1, 2013 at 7:16 a.m.
Facts said...

I am reading this as I visit family and friends in Texas. Don't be mistaken. Most of the people I've talked with today tolerate Ted Cruz in his home state and view him to be a politician happy to take center stage.

I've been relieved to see Cruz is only fooling some people. I hope he runs for president. He'll lose terribly.

October 21, 2013 at 7:36 p.m.
Facts said...

Back to the nature of this article, political friends and enemies are picked by Barack Obama. If you served our nation in protecting us from Nazis or the Japanese, you pay the price. If you're demanding that our immigration laws be ignored, we'll make an exception for you. Allowing an immigrant march on the National Mall while barricading veterans is perfectly illustrative of the party that voted God and Israel out of its ranks. I suppose the veterans now join them being voted out.


October 8, 2013 at 10:44 a.m.
Facts said...

As a business owner in Tennessee, I see VW embracing the UAW with our mayor, who was supported by many "Republican businessmen" applauding all the way. I see my employees who will pay more for their health plans due to increased costs passed on by our commercial insurer.

Both of these issues are being supported and pushed by Democrats who are destroying jobs and the rights to have prosperity. Returning to Texas is not out of the question if Andy Berke and his Democrats are successful with this UAW mess.

Haslam as stood against the excess of expanding TennCare back to the levels that existed when Gov Bredesen made cuts to save our budget. Haslam seems to be fighting against the union, but Democrats hold responsibility for both of these issues that is harming our Tennessee economy. Period.

September 30, 2013 at 9:34 a.m.
Facts said...

Having lived in Texas for several years before relocating here, our daughters' sports teams prayed prior to competition. Neither played football.

I do understand the humility the author seeks as a tool. But I also understand that "we do not fight against flesh and blood..." that seek to silence those of us who speak, live, and love our Savior. I agree that humility, love and gentleness in the stand for the right to speak to our Heavenly Father is needed. But, I just can't see that Paul in the New Testament teaching to avoid suffering and persecution by avoiding conflict. His greatest writings were penned from jail.

September 27, 2013 at 8:14 a.m.
Facts said...

Just a moment to enjoy the Democrats who are suppressing a vote. We Tennesseans and Americans are mocked and criticized for asking for a voter to identify themselves at the polls. The same group howling over that as disenfrancisement are the exact same who don't want workers to have a ballot to express their wishes. That would be hypocrisy and the way Democrats win.

September 24, 2013 at 6:35 a.m.

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