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Monday, February 26, 2024

Texans Need a REAL Governor

Texas Governor Rick Perry is an Enemy of the People

The incumbent governor does NOT deserve another term in office.

Remember back in October 2006 “proper” Perry pounced on the diversion of tax dollars as though he was going to be everybody’s hero?

One month before the elections our “beloved” and “proper” governor pretended he was concerned about how legislators take tax dollars collected from one issue and divert it to another? A good question is “Where has he been for 8 years?” [sarcastic rhetorical question]

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Racial debate dogs Memorial Day recognition

President Barack Obama sought to dodge racial controversy on Memorial Day, sending wreaths to a monument for Confederate soldiers and other flowers to a memorial honoring more than 200,000 African-Americans who fought for the Union during the Civil War.

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Colin Powell fires back at GOP critics

Moderate Republicans to conservative Republicans: Turn down the volume — especially on Rush Limbaugh — and open your minds. The party’s future might be at stake.

Such warnings about the GOP’s right wing, along with finger wagging about a "shrill" and "judgmental" tone, marked the moderate response in the latest back-and-forth within the Republican Party.

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GOP may filibuster Obama’s court pick

Empathy isn’t part of the job description for a Supreme Court justice, a top Republican says.

As President Barack Obama prepares to name his pick for the high court, the Senate’s No. 2 Republican said the qualifications being discussed — "emotions or feelings or preconceived ideas," Sen. Jon Kyl called them — aren’t enough to justify a lifetime appointment. The Arizona Republican on Sunday wouldn’t rule out a filibuster to block an Obama pick that falls outside his definition of the mainstream.

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Liberals pissed over setbacks on guns, Gitmo

Frustrated liberals are asking why a Democratic-controlled Congress and White House can’t manage to close the Guantanamo prison or keep new gun-rights laws from passing.

After all, President Barack Obama pledged to shut down the military detention center on Cuba for suspected terrorists. And Democratic control of the government would suggest that any gun legislation leads to tighter controls on weapons, not expanded use.

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