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I get a little tired of hearing there's no difference between our two major parties. Yes, it's true that there's plenty to criticize in the Republican party, but it's still the party that can make room for a Ron and Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Allen West, Gary Johnson. Name me a few leaders like these in the Democrat party. Name me one.

With this in mind I'm grateful today that Senate republicans have for the second time denied Obama's appointment of former New York State Gun-Grabber General Caitlin Halligan to the "key" D.C. Court of Appeals. I remember her work in cases against gun manufacturers here not too long ago. Also, thanks to the NRA, this is what they do best!

"Citing her work on lawsuits against gun manufacturers and on behalf of illegal immigrants, Republicans said Halligan is too liberal to sit on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The National Rifle Association opposed her nomination."


"The D.C. appeals court is considered one of the most important courts in the country because it handles challenges to most federal rulemaking and oversees federal agencies based in Washington."

You know it's been a good day when you hear whining from these two clowns:

" 'Lets call it for what it is,' said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., supporting Halligan's nomination. 'This has to do with keeping a court with the same views.' "


"Obama said he was 'deeply disappointed'..."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/06/caitlin-halligan-appeals-court_n_2819449.html

 

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Some good News for a change. When ever Obama says : " he was 'deeply disappointed'..." Happy day for us. I have been watching DR. West and I like what I see. Well spoken and good common sence. Good post.
 

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I get a little tired of hearing there's no difference between our two major parties. Yes, it's true that there's plenty to criticize in the Republican party, but it's still the party that can make room for a Ron and Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Allen West, Gary Johnson. Name me a few leaders like these in the Democrat party. Name me one.

With this in mind I'm grateful today that Senate republicans have for the second time denied Obama's appointment of former New York State Gun-Grabber General Caitlin Halligan to the "key" D.C. Court of Appeals. I remember her work in cases against gun manufacturers here not too long ago. Also, thanks to the NRA, this is what they do best!

"Citing her work on lawsuits against gun manufacturers and on behalf of illegal immigrants, Republicans said Halligan is too liberal to sit on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The National Rifle Association opposed her nomination."


"The D.C. appeals court is considered one of the most important courts in the country because it handles challenges to most federal rulemaking and oversees federal agencies based in Washington."

You know it's been a good day when you hear whining from these two clowns:

" 'Lets call it for what it is,' said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., supporting Halligan's nomination. 'This has to do with keeping a court with the same views.' "


"Obama said he was 'deeply disappointed'..."

Caitlin Halligan, Appeals Court Nominee, Blocked By GOP Amid Opposition From Gun Industry



Your right Kaboomer, but the RINOS have been fighting tooth and nail to keep libertarian minded conservatives out of the party, even at the local level they will use highly unethical tactics (cheating) to keep what they consider the scurge of the libertarians and tea party factions. The RINOS are slowly loosing however as more libertarians keep growing in popularity compared to the BOHNER RINOS apologists and Obama bum kissers. The names you mentioned however are all excellent conservatives that are themselves fighting the established Rinos that have been in power too long.

 

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" 'Lets call it for what it is,' said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., supporting Halligan's nomination. 'This has to do with keeping a court with the same views.' "


"Obama said he was 'deeply disappointed'..."
Absolutely... anytime these two are disappointed or show frustration, it usually is a good thing.
 

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"'Lets call it for what it is,' said Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., supporting Halligan's nomination. 'This has to do with keeping a court with the same views.' "

Oh God the irony. It hurts. No agenda for you!
 

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perhaps when nobama said "change" he really meant that he was going to wake up the sleeping giant and we were going to take back this country from the socialists...
 
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