by Dr. Edwin Berry
Last week, Montana Senator Tester voted to block Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke from becoming Secretary of Interior. Tester’s vote should deserve a nomination for a political Darwin award.
If Tester has any marbles, he should know that Ryan Zinke is the one Republican who will easily take Tester’s Senate seat in 2018, unless Zinke is otherwise occupied.
In his own self interest, Tester should lead the Senate to approve Ryan Zinke for Secretary of Interior. Because if the Senate does not approve Zinke, it’s bye-bye Senator Tester in 2018.
Speaking of lost marbles, another nomination for a political Darwin award should go to those VCEs (whom I describe in my book) who voted Libertarian in 2012 because Republican Denny Rehberg “was not good enough” for them. These VCEs thereby elected Senator Tester.
These irrational VCEs also opposed Montana’s CSKT Water Compact. Republicans could sure use Denny in the US Senate right now.
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Hillary and Bill Clinton are attempting a takeover of the United States and will stop at nothing. A coup d’état of this magnitude has never been affected in such a subtly calculated way.
Published on Apr 25, 2012
Obama’s lawyers have been forced to admit in court, under penalty of perjury, that the birth certificate is indeed fake! Yet, they argued that this should not render Obama ineligible for the NJ ballot. They also moved to have the document excluded from court evidence because it is a fake and only real documents should be allowed in court.
by Dr. Ben Carson
In a very telling moment, Hillary Clinton maligned me and millions of other Americans as racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic and Islamophobic ‘deplorables.’
I’m so tired of this line of attack that normally taunts conservatives. Well, let me be very specific in my response.
I believe in expanding opportunity, not welfare; that’s not racist.
I believe every life is worth protecting, particularly the unborn; that doesn’t make me sexist.
I believe marriage is between one man and one woman; that’s not homophobic.
I believe in borders, the rule of law and our sovereign right to decide who to let into our country; that’s not xenophobic.
I believe radical Islam is a mortal threat to America and Western civilization; that is common sense, not Islamophobia.”