VIDEO: Can the GOP build a better brand by embracing unions?

VIDEO: Can the GOP build a better brand by embracing unions?

We may be experiencing a libertarian moment, but are blue collar workers the secret to give this moment a lasting impact?

The Heritage Foundation’s Stephen Moore joins CalWatchdog’s James Poulos to discuss a new political alliance to challenge the supporters of big government.

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  1. Queeg
    Queeg 18 October, 2014, 12:59

    Your head could explode……Enough already….YOU NEED INTERVENTION!

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  2. T Mind of Ted Your God
    T Mind of Ted Your God 18 October, 2014, 18:32

    Embracing the unions and in fact the working man/woman is EXACTLY what the conservatives need— right now they are doing EVERYthing they can to alienate them. If they brought back the repubs of yore we dems would never win again!

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    • LetitCollapse
      LetitCollapse 19 October, 2014, 09:27

      If the Republicans embraced giving free crap away to the non-producer majority while taxing the producer minority to pay for it – their popularity would surely soar and compete with the dems. That is the achilles heel of a so-called democracy. When 3 wolves and a sheep vote on what to eat for lunch. That will be the downfall of America. 50 million Americans collect food stamps. Over half the population collects free government cheese in one form or another. The Republicans have already compromised their values in many areas to satisfy the leeches. It’s already gone beyone the point of no return. Now it’s just a matter of time.

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  3. LetitCollapse
    LetitCollapse 18 October, 2014, 22:01

    I’m thinking about creating a line of tee-shirts with the words “Orwell was only wrong about the date” printed on the front. Do you think it would sell? Would you buy one for yourself or one as a gift for a friend? This is an unofficial pre-marketing survey. Your response is appreciated.

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  4. LetitCollapse
    LetitCollapse 20 October, 2014, 15:52

    Everybody is compromising their beliefs these days. The GOP is silently promoting unions and illegal immigration and irresponsible gov spending. The Pope is trying to bring homosexuals and divorcees into his church with hints of allowing abortion. There’s no moral code left. These classic institutions are on a crusade to destroy the backbone of any society – the family unit. We’re almost done. Thank God I’m as old as I am.

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    • T Mind of Ted Your God
      T Mind of Ted Your God 20 October, 2014, 20:54

      Collapso- Is there something wrong with Homosexuals and divorcee’s??

      Wow amigo you need help….

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      • LetitCollapse
        LetitCollapse 20 October, 2014, 23:34

        “Collapso- Is there something wrong with Homosexuals and divorcee’s??”

        Is there something you need to tell us, Tedtard? Catharsis = Freedom. We won’t tell anybody. We are the CWD family. Anything that happens on the CWD board stays on the CWD board! You can trust us! 😀

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        • T Mind of Ted Your God
          T Mind of Ted Your God 21 October, 2014, 09:16

          LOL I guess we have found yet another question YOU can’t answer!

          You fire out the ignorant statement and then can’t back it up! LMAO

          So—-enlighten us——what’s wrong with homosexuals and “divorcees”???????

          No guts, a g a i n??????

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          • LetitCollapse
            LetitCollapse 22 October, 2014, 08:43

            Sorry if the Catholic Church offended you, Tedtard. You seem to take this matter very personally. The Catholic Church has banned homosexuals and divorcees from certain sacraments of the church for centuries. Go protest your local Catholic church and stop spending your time making dumb comments about me on a news comment board!!! Now POST slave! POST! NOW! 😀

    • T Mind of Ted Your God
      T Mind of Ted Your God 20 October, 2014, 20:56

      Oh— And don’t worry— there is still plenty of “moral code” left …like….don’t make fun of people using race and developmental disability status among many others.

      Get with it. Ask yourself…”what would Jesus do”?

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      • LetitCollapse
        LetitCollapse 20 October, 2014, 23:38

        “Ask yourself…”what would Jesus do”?”

        If he ran this board he’d probably ban you and turn you into a crapbug. 😀

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        • T Mind of Ted Your God
          T Mind of Ted Your God 21 October, 2014, 09:14

          Well, he might turn me into a “crapbug” (7th grade humor, again?)

          But I wonder then
          what he would do with you for a constant fusillade of questionable race comments, disabled comments, damn the poor comments etc etc etc?

          Hmmmmmmmmmm

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          • LetitCollapse
            LetitCollapse 22 October, 2014, 08:39

            You’re the one manufacturing all the ‘race’ and ‘disabled’ connections. Not me. I’ve already explained my comments. Your mind appears to be in the gutter. Clean it up! 🙂

          • T Ted E-- Mind of your Godhead Ted
            T Ted E-- Mind of your Godhead Ted 22 October, 2014, 09:30

            LOL– You live in a fantasy world—- you continue to post that hateful junk all over this blog—

            and while you have “tried” to explain yourself, you have failed miserably.

  5. Ulysses Uhaul
    Ulysses Uhaul 20 October, 2014, 21:16

    very disturbing…..what does she like?

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