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House GOP sets goals

January 10, 2014

LANSING (AP) — A permanent tax cut for individuals and additional short-term funding for road maintenance are among the new priorities for House Republicans anticipating a budget surplus in the new......

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arealyooper

Jan-14-14 9:49 AM

Hey frogleggs ever think of writing a book???

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frogleggs

Jan-13-14 2:10 PM

Will the real republican party identify itself ?

Someone summon please to front and center,

Chris Christie!

Chris Christie, Rick Snyder, Scott Walker, John Kasich, John Boehner, Jase Bolger, all acolytes of

the Rich, the Ko.ch bros.,

the American Legislative Exchange Council, ALEC, and

the U.S. Chamber of Commerce . . .

these people

- DO NOT HAVE TO STATE THE REPUBLICAN AGENDA

- we know them by their fruit’s . . .

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frogleggs

Jan-13-14 2:09 PM

Who and What Really describes

the GOP, the grand old party, the republicans?

There is NO, no room for

either moderation or ideology, in the service of the ultra-rich, the rich,

and their corporate goals.

Who is govn’r Chris Christie ?

He best illustrates these “ideals”

a heartless, smugness,

bullying embodiment

of his republican PARTY,

the grand old party, the GOP, the republicans.

The republican party system, is a closely held,

PRIVATE corporation,

owned by the rich, for the rich, and purposed to allow the rich to infest control with

a heartless, smug, bullying, pragmatic corporate domination over

everyone else that frame their economic presence at the bottom of the Top Two-Percenters.

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frogleggs

Jan-13-14 2:07 PM

Christie and his personally appointed staff,

reflect a world in which other people are nothing more than

Rubes,

to be manipulated and exploited,

whether they're trying to escape

the trap of long-term unemployment or

the exquisitely masterminded

four day traffic JAM into Fort Lee during the morning rush hour.

Democrats and liberals routinely express frustration and bafflement at republican hypocrisy.

"REPUBLICANS claim to hate big government,"

"but they want to expand the Defense Department.

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frogleggs

Jan-13-14 2:06 PM

They say they want government out of THEIR lives,

then vote to control women's sex lives or

manage a brain-dead woman's care from the nation's capital."

It's true that republicans are hypocritical in word and deed.

But while they may be false to an ideology,

they're AT ONCE and COLLECTIVELY,

always are true to their mission:

to promote and serve

the interests of big corporations and

THE INTERESTS of ultra-wealthy individuals.

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frogleggs

Jan-13-14 2:05 PM

When it comes to that agenda, all of them claim to be republican conservatives,

but REALLY economic liberals,

TWO DIFFERENT APPROACHES

- both opposite, but on the same coin,

- both designed for wealth (MONEY) creation - for them.

- the Chris Christies as well as

- the Paul Ryan’s

- are as extremist

- as is the political climate and the rubes that allow their election to public office …

will permit.

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frogleggs

Jan-13-14 2:02 PM

What the political climate and the rubes, that allow their election to public office

will permit. . .

whether the subject is taxation, "corporate personhood," or the future of the planet,

there is NO, no room for either moderation or ideology in the service of the ultra-rich, the rich and their corporate goals.

THESE THEN -

ACCURATELY DESCRIBE THE GOALS OF

- the republicans, the gop.

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frogleggs

Jan-13-14 2:00 PM

Today's republican party doesn't reflect a viewpoint.

The republican party reflects a

STRATEGY

- a STRATEGY intended to MAXIMIZE the wealth of those it serves.

Those republican pundits who cheered Christie's press conference about HIS

Nazi-bridge Attack and performance, like Politico's Mark Halperin and right-winger Erick Erickson,

would've applauded Nixon's

"third rate burglary" defense.

The republican party has finally achieved spiritual death

- and Chris Christie is its face.

Gaze upon it as you would the face of Ozymandias.

Then look on its works,

and despair.

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frogleggs

Jan-11-14 12:33 PM

So!

What was the reason for wasting space for this article?

What are the goals of the republicans?

The title of the piece announces:

“House GOP sets goals”

Even local nin-com-p.oops

would expect more e·lu·ci·da·tion

about republican goals?

Precious little was presented,

but, ‘why should "NOTHING"

be reported as News by the

associated press?

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frogleggs

Jan-11-14 12:30 PM

Republicans,

and their minion jase bolger, have only

vaguely

presented THEIR GOALS,

as opposed to presenting the people’s goals,

OUR GOALS.

There is a difference.

The republicans and their masters, financiers,

have a completely different set of goals,

in fact their game is to OUT-GAME,

legal, American, wage-earning and non-working people in this,

OUR COUNTRY,

NOT THEIR COUNTRY.

If republican minion bolger and his acolytes

‘unveiled’ a “Plan”

why didn’t the infamous “AP” report

the republican

“action plan”?

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frogleggs

Jan-11-14 12:29 PM

Obviously,

republicans don’t want legal, wage earning Americans,

to be informed of what and who their

“action plan”

affects…

positively and of course

lower echelon citizens will be monetarily impacted negatively.

It’s not what republicans and their politicians

“say”

that is important…

It’s what republicans and their politicians

“don’t say”

that is more important.

A person reading this republican piece,

has to wonder why such an article is taking up space in the press,

unless it’s just another attempt to pay homage to republicans and not

charge the party for the expense of advertising…

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perplexed

Jan-10-14 11:17 AM

First Bolger should be and would be in jail if the Prosecuting Attorney in Kent County and the State AG were not corrupt. This is just another Daily Press political ad for the Republican Party? I hope we will be seeing a reduction in the subscription cost, because of the under the table revenues the Daily Press is receiving from the Tea/Republican party or is this article simply the bias reporting we normally see from your paper?

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