Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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Hello friends! For your Tuesday Marxist specials, we have the following- First off, let's just make sure we all understand the rules of engagement with Obama, m'kay? http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2008/05/the_obama_rules.html The basic ones are right here. Ignore them at your own peril.

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So today, we learned that John McCain does not intend to pander to full blooded conservatives; rather he intends to continue to harness his Maverick, BiPartisan, NewTone image to convince his friends in the media that he's really not one of "those" Republicans. The effect of this of course may be that he does indeed get elected to the White House, but by distancing himself from mainstream Republicans as he intends to do, he is going to kill the GOP's prospects downticket. Where has he strayed off of the reservation this time, you ask? What has he done to warrant an entire blog?

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Someone posed the question on RedState today, and I wanted to toss it out for you good folks over here at TMR, what is it that we want from the Republican Party?

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If [url=http://www.usnews.com/blogs/capital-commerce/2008/5/12/source-huckabee-tops-mccains-veep-list.html]this report[/url] is to be believed, former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R/sort-of - AR) is the top contender for Maverick's Veep-stakes... [quote]Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas and defeated contender for the GOP presidential nomination, is currently at the top of John McCain's short list for a running mate. At least that's the word from a top McCain fundraiser and longtime Republican moneyman who has spoken to McCain's inner circle.[/quote]

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At least, that's certainly what it looks like congressional Democrats [url=http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080512/ap_on_go_co/gi_bill]think of them[/url]... [quote]Congressional Democrats are pushing what could become the most dramatic expansion of college aid for military veterans since World War II, with a bill they hope will buoy them this election season and become an albatross for Republicans.[/quote] Ah yes, the sweet sounds of an election year. Ain't it all just grand?

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From the Capitol Press

Cold slows planting, crop progress Temperatures average 4 degrees below normal in Boise area

Dave Wilkins Capital Press

Cold temperatures have delayed planting and slowed crop growth across much of Idaho this spring.

Temperatures in Boise during April averaged 4 degrees below normal, according to the National Weather Service.

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Via Gateway Pundit

It appears that Hillary supporters are determined to have the GOP win in Nov. I guess they figure that is the only way Hill-Rod will have a shot in '12.