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How the GOP Committed Suicide by Rabidly Defending Their Enemy, McCain

The saying goes- the enemy of my enemy is my friend.
With the GOP, it’s this- My mortal enemy, who is also my friend’s enemy, is my friend because I don’t agree with my friend a hundred percent of the time.
Good strategy, for your mortal enemy.

Nuking one another over leftist agit prop, coming to the aid of a man who hates you and wants to destroy you. Winning.
You are all doing it wrong. This is war, not high school drama in the cafeteria.
If you’re not a part of the solution….

Fact Check: The Washington Post on Donald Trump and John McCain by sattkisson on July 18, 2015 in Fact Check, News Leave a comment [Above…

I don’t even support Donald Trump and I’m sick of the nuke agents. Hillary 2016 thanks to folks like you.

I might vote for Donald Trump just to tick off the idiots… Yes… IDIOTS doing the work for the progressive cause. Grow up kids and fight the freaking war!
Amateurs. Rank amateurs. And I don’t trust ANY of you!

I don’t know why I even care. I’m not a Trump fan. Maybe it’s just hard looking at all the stupid from people who should know better.
Little, petty privateers.
Let the whole thing collapse already.
If only progressives were this inept. Then we’d have no government to worry about at all. That would actually be wonderful.

This just in…. There is no coalition to oppose the progressives. Just privateers fighting over a slot on red eye or to be a token conservative on MSNBC.

GOP activists don’t want to win THE war, they want to win THEIR war. Shame on the self-defeating, suicidal among you.

But do write articles, create memes, spend resources, energy defending him.
The GOP. The kind of political opposition I’d want to face. Always a winnable war against that crew.

It wasn’t just the Obama Regime and the Democrats who were scheming with the Obama IRS to attack the freedom-loving, Constitution-supporting Tea Party…
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Alexander Hamilton’s Love Affair with Monarchy

Hamilton injected very un-republican institutions into our republic…
OF THE UNITED STATES. ” While Washington was absent, Jefferson invited the members of the cabinet, and Mr. Adams, to dine with him, to consult on Genet’s movements. After dinner Mr. Adams said:’Purge the British Constitution, and give to its popular branch equality of representation, and it would be the most perfect Constitution ever devised by the wit of man.’ Hamilton said:’Purge it of its corruption, and give to its popular branch equality of representation, and it would become an impractical government As it stands at present, with all its supposed defects, it is the most perfect government that ever existed.”‘ On the subject of Hamilton’s admiration of monarchy, Mr. Jefferson says: “Mr. Butler tells me that he dined last * winter in company with Hamilton and others Hamilton declared openly that there was no stability, no security, in any kind of government but a monarchy.” Again, under date of December 27, 1797, Jefferson says: “Finch Cox tells me that a little before Hamilton went out of office, (three years before,) Hamilton said: “For my part, I avow myself a monarchist; I have no objection to a trial being made of this thing called a republic, but,” &c. Mr. Hamilton never disguised these sentiments. He never let an occasion pass to praise the British monarchy as “the best government ever devised.” But while Washington was President the monarchist party were allowed to make no headway in the councils of the Confederacy. No sooner, however, than John Adams was seated in the executive chair, than the cloven foot of monarchism, which the Convention that framed the Constitution supposed it had lopped off, made its appearance again On this subject Mr. Jefferson said: “Mr. Adams had originally been a Republican (Democrat.) The glare of royalty and nobility, during his mission in England, had made him believe their fascination to be a necessary ingredient in government. His book on the American Constitution had made known his political bias. He was taken up by the monarchical federalists in his absence, and on his return to the United States he was by them made to believe that the general disposition of our citizens was favorable to monarchy.” Under date of Dec. 26, Jefferson says: “Langdon tells me that Adams (in allusion to votes given for Clinton,) gritting his teeth, said:’ Damn ’em, damn’ em, you see that elective government won’t do.”‘ The election of Mr. Adams to the Presidency, or the accession to power of the monarchist party, which was so signally baffled in the Federal Constitutional Convention, was the destruction of liberty in America for the time being. During the whole of Mr. Adams’ administration a complete reign of terror afflicted the whole land. The 4lien laws” put every American in the United States completely at the mercy or whim of the President, and the “Sedition Act” put the liberty and personal safety of every Democrat at the disposal of his caprice or malice. Democrats were mercilessly thrown into dungeons, or knocked down in the public streets with impunity. Their printing offices were destroyed; their editors were seized and imprisoned for uttering the slightest syllable against the despotic acts of the President.

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