The GOP should heed the Gospel of Paul on minorities

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  1. Crabtownboy

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    Is anyone listening????


     
  2. Scarlett O.

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    I'm all for more minorities getting involved with the GOP. I work with the Daughters of the American Revolution in getting more minorities involved with that group.

    But, let me ask. What is it that we are supposed to "offer" them?

    What happened to "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."?

    I didn't join the Republican Party as a female (a minority) to "get something". I joined because I - at the time - believed the in the vision of the GOP and the way that they believed government should be run.
     
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    Well according to extremist liberals like crabby we are supposed to become more liberal and offer them more liberal ideas and stuff that belong to someone else who worked for it.
     
  4. Crabtownboy

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    I respect that ideal. If you are really for helping the country, then begin working for equality for all. Like equal pay for equal work. OK?
     
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    Does your idea of equality also support so-called gay marriage?
     
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    I do not believe in equal pay for equal work. Experience, time on the job all come into play and they should not be ignored.
     
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    We said equal pay for equal work. That would include factors such as experience, etc. So, you are saying you are not in favor of equality, that you approve of discrimination.
     
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    Equal pay for equal work does not include those other factors. It is liberal double speak to exclude those other factors.
     
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    Everyone should get equal tax cuts across the board. To do otherwise is unfair and discriminating
     
  10. Crabtownboy

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    Didn't happen under Bush ... won't happen under the Republicans. But the rich and super rich will do very well ... and did very well.
     
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    Just be honest admit it, that you do not think a woman should be paid as much as a man even if she is superior in the performance of her job.
     
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    Here's where your hackery comes in.

    Rich people, and certain corporations are doing very well right now. It's the middle class getting hit the hardest. Continues after almost a term and a half ?
     
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    I agree and it is exactly what the GOP is pushing for as well as the Koch brothers who have bought the heart and soul of the GOP.
     
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    Actually the Republicans offer all people FREEDOM while the democrats are swiftly moving toward the serfdom of all people except the elites! It is a fact that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Obama is moving as quickly as possible toward absolute power and people like you are blind to that truth!
     
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    There's a middle class?
     
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    That is BS but better the Koch brothers and Republicans than Soros, Obama and the democrats. Remember Crabbie the Republicans have the Tea Parties while the democrats have nothing but rabid leftists and their wannabe serfs!
     
  17. Crabtownboy

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    What a choice. ROFL
     
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    You have made your choice, tyranny and serfdom!
     
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    One of the biggest cons in history is selling the lie that Republicans are the party of the rich and the democrats are the party of the poor. Actually the democrat party is the tool of the big Wall Street Bankers. The rich are getting richer and the middle class id disappearing under Obama. That is an economic fact of life at this time. Sadly the Republicans are too stupid to understand!
     
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    ROFL, you have it backwards. The GOP wants the rich to be richer and the poor to be poorer and the women to be in their place ... wherever that might be.

    Wow, you are a bit confused.
     

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