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snerd
04-07-2012, 12:13
Good riddance and I hope we're successful!

Lugar and Utah's Orrin Hatch, 78 and sent to Capitol Hill in the same year as Lugar, are tea partyers' top Senate Republican targets for defeat this year, portrayed as old bulls out of touch with today's conservatives. They are the GOP's two most senior members in the Senate.
Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2012/04/07/politics/p061914D26.DTL#ixzz1rNb2HGCe

JBnTX
04-07-2012, 13:11
We need to retire them ALL.

If we don't clean out the wound completely, the infection
will just come back.

czsmithGT
04-07-2012, 13:53
We need to retire them ALL.

If we don't clean out the wound completely, the infection
will just come back.

Well, that is one possible approach. Another would be to get rid of real Democrats first, then worry about Republicans with whom conservatives disagree.

If conservative voters in Indiana and Utah are sure their alternative candidates will be able to defeat any Democrat in the general election, then go for it. But if they are wrong, then in November 2012 I will hold those voters accountable.

JBnTX
04-07-2012, 14:00
Well, that is one possible approach. Another would be to get rid of real Democrats first, then worry about Republicans with whom conservatives disagree.

If conservative voters in Indiana and Utah are sure their alternative candidates will be able to defeat any Democrat in the general election, then go for it. But if they are wrong, then in November 2012 I will hold those voters accountable.

They ALL have to go, both republicans and democrats, both the good and the bad,
both the liberals and the conservatives.

The era of the career politician must end.

We the people must send a loud clear message to our government
reminding them just who works for who.

Their replacements must understand, without a doubt, that we WILL vote
their asses out of office if they fail to serve the will of the people.

..

czsmithGT
04-07-2012, 14:16
They ALL have to go, both republicans and democrats, both the good and the bad,
both the liberals and the conservatives.

The era of the career politician must end.

We the people must send a loud clear message to our government
reminding them just who works for who.

Their replacements must understand, without a doubt, that we WILL vote
their asses out of office if they fail to serve the will of the people.

..

Well, Ok i can't say i disagree with your sentiment, but it isn't going to happen. So what is your "plan B"?

Bruce H
04-07-2012, 17:12
Getting voted out of office is far better that these two deserve.