Forget Obamacare; forget the economy; forget Benghazi; forget gun rights. Those issues do not seem to matter. The issues that unite most all Republican federal candidates facing the 2014 election is fear. Fear that deep in the heart of America, Isis fighters will attack you. Fear that the Ebola virus will get you on an airplane ride.
Yet I want to vote for something positive. And Democrats only seem to yammer about fair pay for a day's work. How many Democrats did it take to come up with that one?
Am I missing something here? Or has the average American's needs been left out of this election.
by Charles James4 years ago
I am not an American, but what goes on in the USA is important to the world.Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. One would expect black Americans to generally vote Republican. But they don't.How did this come...
by My Esoteric92 minutes ago
The Ds lost their fourth special election. Some say those are Big Wins for Rs and Disaster for Ds. Other optimistic souls say each was a Win for Ds because they were close. While I tend to agree with...
by movingout4 years ago
As an Independent, I have voted for Republicans and Democrats. I feel we need a true two party system to help rebuild this great country. But instead, I see a divided Republican Party! We have the "true...
by logic,commonsense6 years ago
Running off to Illinois, the Dems in the Wisconsin state legislature were too cowardly to face a vote that they knew they would lose. Tremendous statesmen these cowards are! If they had a better idea why...
by woolman606 years ago
Show your support and Boycott the Republican Party
by Brenda Durham4 years ago
Where is it?and What is it?Is it now the Activist Party?The Homosexual Party?The Vengeance Party?The Obama Worshippers Party?There seems to be little semblance left of what it used to be. Before 2008, it...
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