Rob Rogers for March 25, 2016

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    PainterArt Premium Member over 6 years ago

    The Republican Party is the party of FEAR

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    Happy Two Shoes  over 6 years ago

    Its the battle of the extremists, a reality TV wet dream.

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    King_Shark  over 6 years ago

    I suppose Obama’s drones and pet jihadis in Syria are all right.

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    californicated1  over 6 years ago

    That was done long before now, like back in 2001.What these idiots really need to focus on is making us turn things back to the way we had them before 2001.What DAESH needs to remember is that as long as the terrorism was not happening on American soil, the US was not going to act, but when that awful Tuesday in September, 2001 happened, US forces then found their way into Afghanistan to get at al-Qaeda and their Taliban hosts.Does DAESH want that to happen on their soil?If so, start spreading terror here on US soil.

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    larryrhoades  over 6 years ago

    Terrorists have been taught since childhood that killing infidels is the righteous path. The religious leaders, who incidentally stay home, must cease this indoctrination. Even then it will take generations to get the ugliness out of Islam.

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    NickelAlloy  over 6 years ago

    While we here in “The Home of the Brave” cower under our beds, remove our shoes at airports, vote for fascists and allow the politicians to remove our freedoms- everything the terrorists want, those “weaselly European surrender monkeys” rush back into the bombed areas and continue their lives, giving the finger to the terrorists.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member over 6 years ago

    It’s National Election season – the Republican Fear Flu is rampant, making the easily-scared nice and stupid… and compliant.

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    Dtroutma  over 6 years ago

    Chev James: about those Muslims going to other countries? It was called sending them to “black sites” for interrogation, read that more severe torture the Donald likes to dream on, and for that matter their vacation time with us in Cuba, music played 24/7 with bright lights for your sleeping pleasure, for weeks.

    With the cowardice of the Republicans, yes the constant fear mongering has given them a win, going back nearly 15 years now.

    As the Belgians and President Obama said, this is not the time to spread more fear, but rather to stand up to the threat. Well, then there’s the little antagonism that might be raised by all those drone strikes over those same years, and the carpet bombing and “shock and awe”, another set of failures by Bush policy, sadly continued to too high a degree after he left.(About those dudes in the Pentagon and at Defense that were also left in place after “W” walked out the door.

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    Mr. Blawt  over 6 years ago

    A lot of what the Republican candidates spout is just to attract attention. They say what the constituents want to hear. They probably don’t even mean what they say, and in the end they’ll have to come to terms with themselves. When they go to Congress to get laws to watch the Muslims, it is not going to happen, it is against American values. IS is killing more Muslims than anyone else in the world. They are killing children. They are killing Christians and Muslims – and our politicians should know the difference between ISIS and Islam. The Brussels attack has made the Muslim community stand on its heels, Even innocent Muslims now feel “I need to fight back,” nobody wants to be on the fence anymore.

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    stryker902  over 6 years ago

    What the lets be friends and welcome them here crowd does just not understand is you can not converse with these people that follow that ideology. As far as they are concerned if you are not Muslim you should be eradicated. You cant welcome them and be friends.

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    William Bednar Premium Member over 6 years ago

    No. The GOP isn’t the “party of FEAR!”. It’s the Party of Stupid!

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