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Getting beyond Watergate

January 11, 2014

In retrospect, Aug. 9, 1974 was probably a tragic day for progressives. Richard Nixon left office because of the Watergate scandal, giving Democrats a dubious victory....

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TruthSeeker

Feb-03-14 9:30 AM

Sorry Mr. Turner and all nuts on the left...American voters don't want that socialist ride in Obama's vehicle. He's finished; the DNC is finished and more democrats are leaving the democrat party because they know what you all won't admit; Americans don't tolerate socialist bullys whether here or elsewhere. enjoy your retirement all you resigning theiving liberals.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-21-14 11:26 AM

So Intermountain...when did the word aww become a bad thing? Liberal pc is really promoting dullness of mind eh??

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TruthSeeker

Jan-21-14 11:25 AM

A****..Poor Mr. Taylor is hanging on; hoping against all hope, that his socialistic failed 'equality for all' message will not be abruptly thwarted by voters with more common sense in their little fingers than the entire democrat party has in their entire organization.

Progressivism/socialism/liberalism/marxism has NEVER worked anywhere in the world and never will. And Americans will never ever tolerate those who push their will upon us. We vote them out. This is not the first time progressives have tried and failed to bring about their little moral-less drug-ingesting hippie society to the US permanently, and sadly, won't be the last. Just like communists, Americans must be diligent and keep booting them out from time to time. Mr. Taylor is just feeling 'melancholy' as he sees this 'socialist utopia' sliding away and he can't catch it. Cheer up. You can always relocate to another college more socialistic/marxist than the one you are now helping to destroy. There's always Russia.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-21-14 10:14 AM

LOL. Getting beyond Watergate? Funny Turner. Uh....we'd just be happy if you stupid liberal democrats would just get past and beyond President Bush and realize past 5 years of problems belongs to your messiah, Obama. He won election (I guess) could be voter fraud); but you all still don't even 'accept' it. Priceless. Bush is all you lefties can think of. Secretly, I think liberals really miss him. lol.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-17-14 1:01 AM

What...running out of responses to facts? Oh, sorry, just read DNC hasn't put out their next propaganda for you and Nellie to continously repeat. Keep checking your email. Am sure it'll be put out to all nonthinking brainless lefties real soon. lol.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-16-14 11:03 AM

The Nixon administration was DECADES ago. Nice try Taylor. You can't get the topic off OBAMA'S INCOMPETENCE and worst administration in America's lifetime! No matter how many times you try. lolol

Nixon was a saint in comparison to Obama!

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TruthSeeker

Jan-16-14 10:57 AM

Don't think What even knows definition of 'common sense.' Think he's confusing it with 'common crap core.' Now that's what it sounds like. Progressive crap.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-16-14 6:22 AM

What.......do you actually research and seek truth or just lazily keep spouting your own definitions and untruths? It's apparent you're a democrat.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-15-14 4:13 PM

Point what? Point is BOTH parties do the same wrong things. Difference? Liberals think it's okay when it's a liberal doing it.

I get tired of explaining common sense to liberals. Must you ALWAYS require an 'explanation?' Are you really that incapable of "comprehension" of anything? LOL.

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TruthSeeker

Jan-13-14 1:50 PM

I noticed What doesn't want to mention Slick WIllie's pardon of Mr. Rich. Now watch him 'pretend' to not know what I am talking about. lol. Hypocrites are liberals middle name.

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Walker

Jan-13-14 12:13 AM

By the way, while on the subject of big government, I have always found it amusing that people go TO Washington on a platform of smaller government... What both parties need is a renewed commitment to responsible government. To argue over the size of government without a fundamental commitment to governance is like two parents arguing over whether or not children should be either coddled and spoiled or abandoned altogether, all the while without any regard to their own role as parents. Truth is, a govt that doesn't govern abdicates its responsibility to uphold the constitution under the law. Without it, corporations "govern" in their absence and by their own rules - and we all know what that has led to.

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Walker

Jan-13-14 12:05 AM

So PM, Nixon was framed and Johnson killed JFK? How can Nixon be a "fall guy" when he ordered the illegal break-in? It's hard to imagine that the POTUS is a "fall guy" to cover up the lower-ranking officials in the government. That's like saying you threw the pilot out of a plane to make it lighter... But back to the article: I don't agree with the premise of the article that Dems are advocates of big government. Dems believe in smarter, representative government. The GOP prefers minimal interference from government and in so doing have done its fair share of creating a monster-sized gvt. The federal govt. grew under Reagan and Bush an average of 10%, while under Carter and Clinton, govt. there were fewer non-military employees at the end of both terms. In fact, Clinton left office having reduced federal employees to pre-Reagan levels. President Obama to date has 35,000 fewer non-military employees than Pres. Bush. (from US office of personnel mgmt)

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