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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by voyager1 View Post
    I like Huntsman. But today in the GOP he is a Democrat.
    To the co-opted Tea Party, yes, that's the way they see him. But to the majority of the GOP, those like me, he's a Goldwater Republican, and those like him are the only future of the party that will allow us to survive as a voice and power in the government of this country.

    The original Tea Party still exists on a local level, and focus only on fiscal responsibility. It's the "national" type Tea Partiers that are being co-opted by the extremists, that have brought social issues and religious fanaticism into the mix.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by voyager1 View Post
    I like Huntsman. But today in the GOP he is a Democrat.
    I like Huntsman, also. I probably would have voted for him over Obama (assuming I as an American).

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by rabbitcaebannog View Post
    It was from your link: Regulatory Burdens: The Impact of Dodd-Frank on Community Banking | Center for American Progress
    Ah, I see. Out of all of the links, you only focused on the one that was a testimony from a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, which is of course a Progressive group that promotes Progressive ideas and candidates. Miller, who testified, is a politician who was instrumental in the creation of the CFPB and who shares Warren's views that homeowners who made stupid decisions did so because they were victims of the banks. Miller, as we all know, is not impartial.

    Keep in mind my post when I gave you those links:

    I'll ask again. Do you know what the CFPB is? Do you know what Dodd-Frank is, and how it interacts with the CFPB which is the agency that will enforce DF?

    Okay, here's a link for you since you don't want to do research yourself. I posted a great link from CBS News a few pages back. Here are some more for you.



    Those links were to help you understand what the CFPB is, and how Dodd-Frank relies on the CFPB to enforce the law. I'm not a partisan so I provide links from all points of view, from experts to bankers to both leans. You only honed in on the one from the ultra, ultra left lean, the man who was part of the creation of the CFPB.

    Got it.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Beaudreaux View Post
    To the co-opted Tea Party, yes, that's the way they see him. But to the majority of the GOP, those like me, he's a Goldwater Republican, and those like him are the only future of the party that will allow us to survive as a voice and power in the government of this country.

    The original Tea Party still exists on a local level, and focus only on fiscal responsibility. It's the "national" type Tea Partiers that are being co-opted by the extremists, that have brought social issues and religious fanaticism into the mix.
    Amen! In fact he's the only real Goldwater Republican I can see anywhere on the horizon.

    He ran a bad campaign in 2012 here in NH. Had he run a good one, I think he would have had a chance. He can appeal to moderates and conservatives alike. He's much better than Christie, Paul, Cruz or any of the ones we hear about today. I wish Huntsman would run again. Maybe he will?

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Amen! In fact he's the only real Goldwater Republican I can see anywhere on the horizon.

    He ran a bad campaign in 2012 here in NH. Had he run a good one, I think he would have had a chance. He can appeal to moderates and conservatives alike. He's much better than Christie, Paul, Cruz or any of the ones we hear about today. I wish Huntsman would run again. Maybe he will?
    The party didn't support him. He was an outlier from the beginning. I hear he may be considering another run. If he does, I'll campaign like hell for him this time around.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    I hope I never have to make this decision. A decision which to have sex with would be so much easier. I suppose either way the results would be the same.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Beaudreaux View Post
    The party didn't support him. He was an outlier from the beginning. I hear he may be considering another run. If he does, I'll campaign like hell for him this time around.
    I did some campaigning here for him (in NH, it matters big time of course) but noticed he was just never getting traction. Part of that I think is that a lot of NH Republicans decided that it was Romney's time, and also believed that Romney was the only one who could beat Obama.

    Huntsman is a good man. I had the privilege of meeting him many times and I like him, personally and politically.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Beaudreaux View Post
    To the co-opted Tea Party, yes, that's the way they see him. But to the majority of the GOP, those like me, he's a Goldwater Republican, and those like him are the only future of the party that will allow us to survive as a voice and power in the government of this country.

    The original Tea Party still exists on a local level, and focus only on fiscal responsibility. It's the "national" type Tea Partiers that are being co-opted by the extremists, that have brought social issues and religious fanaticism into the mix.
    I've seen "tea partyish" activities in my community/region, but I've yet to meet anybody who's a member of any national "Tea Party" or read letters to the editor either.

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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeus View Post
    Everything looks good when you're not making any of the sacrifices.
    And what sacrifices has this President or his administration made?
    I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on whats being proposed here, hed agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute. - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.


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    Re: Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    I've seen "tea partyish" activities in my community/region, but I've yet to meet anybody who's a member of any national "Tea Party" or read letters to the editor either.
    I'm talking about the Tea Party talking heads that get on TV or are interviewed by other national media. It's kinda like when something happens in my county, the local news finds the guy with no teeth, no shirt and with his beer gut hanging out, with a little kid running around him with nothing on but a poo filled diaper, to interview about what he thinks.

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