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    Ann Coulter – Time To Build A Fence – If Fences Don’t Work, Why Does Obama Have One?

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    [Watch] Ann Coulter - Time To Build A Fence - If Fences Don't Work, Why Does Obama Have One?
    Anyone who has a backyard knows fences work. Is that the problem?




    [Watch] Ann Coulter – Time To Build A Fence – If Fences Don’t Work, Why Does Obama Have One?
    Ann Coulter agrees that the Republicans had better get busy quick and get some legislative wins under their belt. The most pressing piece of business will be to...
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    [Watch] Ann Coulter – Time To Build A Fence – If Fences Don’t Work, Why Does Obama Have One?

    Posted on 6 November, 2014 by Rick Wells



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    Ann Coulter agrees that the Republicans had better get busy quick and get some legislative wins under their belt. The most pressing piece of business will be to defeat whatever dictatorial declaration of amnesty the illegal alien in the White House decides he’s going to impose on the citizens of America.
    While very celebratory in the wake of the Republican tsunami, Ann Coulter jokingly cautions “right wingers” to “stay paranoid” and keep the Republicans’ feet to the fire.
    She also points out her recommendations for the immediate course of action that Republicans should take. In doing so she notes that the most popular, landslide winner in the Oregon elections was Measure 88, a proposition to prohibit driver’s licenses to illegal aliens, and Oregon is a liberal state. That is a point which should not be ignored by the Republicans.
    Coulter says, “We could start with a simple little fence bill.” She also points out that rather than passing a stack of new legislation, the new Senate Majority leader could simply work from a list of the legislation which is already sitting in Harry Reid’s desk. In addition to being some good pieces of legislation, it would also have the impact of demonstrating to the nation that the real do-nothings were the Las Vegas Senator and those who obeyed his commands.
    She says most of all, even more importantly, get the Democrats on record voting against beneficial legislation, noting that Harry Reid won’t be there to cover for them anymore.
    Coulter is calling for a border fence and asks how Obama can claim that they don’t work when he’s surrounded by one at the White House. The dismantling of obamacare needs to be a priority as well and the waivers are about to be lifted, taking the debate on the issue from the realm of the theoretical to the actual. When the cost hits home, the usually disinterested American people are going to start paying attention.

    She notes also how the toughest job of all was that of New Hampshire Senate candidate Scott Brown, the one participant left out of the Republican victory tsunami. She believes Brown played a key role in securing other Republican candidate victories by forcing the Democrats to divert money into New Hampshire in order to salvage what had previously been thought to be a safe seat.
    He almost pulled it off and it was his attacks on Jeanne Shaheen’s support of Obama socialism and his lawless amnesty that played a major role in weakening her and created the need for the cash infusion.
    She’s excited, the Republicans have an opportunity and they had better not blow it.

    Rick Wells is a conservative writer who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us

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    Quote Originally Posted by AirborneSapper7 View Post
    Anyone who has a backyard knows fences work. Is that the problem?
    OK, the problem is that there aren't very many backyard fences which are 1954 miles long. The other problem is that Universal E-Verify, which was in the original Senate immigration bill, will eliminate the jobs magnet. That magnet is responsible for most illegal entry and illegal visa overstays. And E-Verify will eliminate the jobs magnet for pennies on the construction and enforcement dollar.

    The fence seems to be a favorite with some Repubs. It does make a great image, but it's not really necessary. We can take the money we don't waste on an unneeded fence and turn our border patrol loose on criminals and possible terrorists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AirborneSapper7 View Post
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    [Watch] Ann Coulter - Time To Build A Fence - If Fences Don't Work, Why Does Obama Have One?
    Anyone who has a backyard knows fences work. Is that the problem?




    [Watch] Ann Coulter – Time To Build A Fence – If Fences Don’t Work, Why Does Obama Have One?
    Ann Coulter agrees that the Republicans had better get busy quick and get some legislative wins under their belt. The most pressing piece of business will be to...
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    [Watch] Ann Coulter – Time To Build A Fence – If Fences Don’t Work, Why Does Obama Have One?

    Posted on 6 November, 2014 by Rick Wells



    Video at the page link:

    Ann Coulter agrees that the Republicans had better get busy quick and get some legislative wins under their belt. The most pressing piece of business will be to defeat whatever dictatorial declaration of amnesty the illegal alien in the White House decides he’s going to impose on the citizens of America.
    While very celebratory in the wake of the Republican tsunami, Ann Coulter jokingly cautions “right wingers” to “stay paranoid” and keep the Republicans’ feet to the fire.
    She also points out her recommendations for the immediate course of action that Republicans should take. In doing so she notes that the most popular, landslide winner in the Oregon elections was Measure 88, a proposition to prohibit driver’s licenses to illegal aliens, and Oregon is a liberal state. That is a point which should not be ignored by the Republicans.
    Coulter says, “We could start with a simple little fence bill.” She also points out that rather than passing a stack of new legislation, the new Senate Majority leader could simply work from a list of the legislation which is already sitting in Harry Reid’s desk. In addition to being some good pieces of legislation, it would also have the impact of demonstrating to the nation that the real do-nothings were the Las Vegas Senator and those who obeyed his commands.
    She says most of all, even more importantly, get the Democrats on record voting against beneficial legislation, noting that Harry Reid won’t be there to cover for them anymore.
    Coulter is calling for a border fence and asks how Obama can claim that they don’t work when he’s surrounded by one at the White House. The dismantling of obamacare needs to be a priority as well and the waivers are about to be lifted, taking the debate on the issue from the realm of the theoretical to the actual. When the cost hits home, the usually disinterested American people are going to start paying attention.

    She notes also how the toughest job of all was that of New Hampshire Senate candidate Scott Brown, the one participant left out of the Republican victory tsunami. She believes Brown played a key role in securing other Republican candidate victories by forcing the Democrats to divert money into New Hampshire in order to salvage what had previously been thought to be a safe seat.
    He almost pulled it off and it was his attacks on Jeanne Shaheen’s support of Obama socialism and his lawless amnesty that played a major role in weakening her and created the need for the cash infusion.
    She’s excited, the Republicans have an opportunity and they had better not blow it.

    Rick Wells is a conservative writer who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us

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    YOUR RIGHT ON THAT ONE HOW COME OBAMA HAS AFENCE ?IF IT DON'T WORK

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    A tough night at MSNBC
    Tuesday night was a nightmare scenario for MSNBC.
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    By: Ann Coulter

    11/5/2014 07:38 PM

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    After Tuesday night, Republicans’ main objective is clear: Convince Oregon Measure 88 to run for president.
    Measure 88 won more votes than anything else on the Oregon ballot. More votes than pot legalization. More than the incumbent governor, the incumbent senator or any of the six other ballot measures. The widely popular, landslide vote on Measure 88 prohibits illegal immigrants from getting drivers licenses.
    In the nightmare scenario for MSNBC, by midnight Tuesday night, Republicans won 52 senate seats – 53 with their probable win in the Louisiana runoff in December, 54 if they win Alaska and 55 if they win Virginia. And I’m not even counting Democratic flips.
    Don’t you wish all these new Republicans were joining Republican senators Richard Lugar, Mike Castle and whatever Republican was running against Todd Akin? How about Rob Simmons in Connecticut, who would be the senator from Connecticut if self-serving GOP consultants hadn’t gone for the money-bags, unelectable candidate instead?
    Without tea party challenges and greedy Republican consultants, Republicans would be looking at 59 senate seats in the next Congress. Maybe 61 with Democrat flips.
    One more wave election and it wouldn’t matter who the president is.
    And what if the money and energy wasted this year saving incumbent senators Mitch McConnell, Thad Cochran and Pat Roberts from tea party challenges had been spent on senate elections in New Hampshire, Virginia or Minnesota? These guys weren’t Arlen Specter! They weren’t even John McCain or Marco Rubio.
    (The only person who had a worse night on Tuesday than MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow was Marco Rubio, who just lost the only argument for not primarying him in 2016.)
    Republicans won every possible senate and governor’s seat, but one: long-shot, come-from-behind Scott Brown in New Hampshire. A month ago, no one thought we’d even be talking about New Hampshire on election night.
    But Brown was such a fantastic candidate, aggressively denouncing amnesty and open borders, that he managed to single-handedly turn a safe-seat for the Democrats into a bloodbath. He is surely responsible for at least one Republican senate win by forcing Democrats to divert precious resources to New Hampshire.
    Without many silver linings, all of MSNBC’s bitterness election night was directed at Scott Brown.
    An angry Rachel Maddow repeatedly told her little joke about Brown being the first man to lose to two women in two states. Hey Rachel: Martha Coakley just became the first woman in the same state to lose to a man in two elections for two different offices — senate and governor!
    It was a tough night for Rachel. For those of you who haven’t seen her show, words cannot capture the giggling, smirky cutesy antics that accompany her remarks.
    Exactly two months ago, Rachel was hyping Princeton’s Sam Wang, who, in 2012, “correctly predicted all 33 U.S. Senate races”! I don’t remember those being that hard to predict, but it impressed Rachel. “According to Sam Wang`s calculations,” Maddow smirked on September 3, “the odds of the Democrats holding onto the Senate nationwide for the whole country, those odds move to 85 percent.”
    Senate Election Results by Midnight Tuesday:
    Senate Republicans: 52
    Senate Democrats: 44
    Less than a month ago, Rachel devoted several shows to a complicated argument about how the Democrats could win the senate election in South Dakota. “Now, today, the new unthinkable,” she began. “The Democratic Party today just announced that, hey, South Dakota is hereby a contested race. South Dakota. Democrats all of a sudden think they can maybe win in South Dakota. … Woo-hoo!”
    Tuesday Night Election Results in South Dakota:
    Republican Mike Rounds: 51.1 %
    Democrat Rick Weiland: 29%
    One month ago, Rachel was gloating about Kansas governor Sam Brownback heading to defeat because of his experiment with “massive” tax cuts. “The result of Sam Brownback’s experiment,” she said, “is, number one, that Kansas is broke. Number two, that Sam Brownback is losing his re-election bid to a centrist Democrat who warned that Kansas couldn`t afford those cuts.”
    Tuesday Night Election Results in Kansas:
    Sam Brownback: 49.9%
    Paul Davis: 46.1%
    Rachel on Arkansas, earlier this year:
    “Basically the unanimous beltway common wisdom was Mark Pryor, Democratic senator from Arkansas was definitely going to lose this year. … Except that it is not at all what happened. Check this out. Mark Pryor has been polling 10 and 11 points ahead of this Tom Cotton guy who is running against him. Senator Pryor is up in this race by double digits.”
    (Translation of “this Tom Cotton guy”: Magna Cum Laude graduate of Harvard and Harvard Law School; Second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, infantry officer and platoon leader with the 101st Airborne Division in Iraq; U.S. Representative from Arkansas.)
    Tuesday Night Election Results in Arkansas:
    Tom “This Guy” Cotton: 56.5%
    Senator Pryor: 39.5%
    And what ever happened to A-Star-Is-Born, Wendy Davis? MSNBC spent all of 2013 telling us she was going to be the next governor of Texas.
    Rachel began referring to Davis’s opponent, Greg Abbott, as the man “best known as the Republican running for Texas governor against Democrat Wendy Davis.” On June 26, 2014, Rachel spent airtime commemorating the one-year anniversary of Davis’s filibuster for abortion!
    Tuesday Night Election Results in Texas:
    Greg Abbott: 59.4%
    Wendy Davis: 38.9%
    I could go on and on. Rachel sneering about Thom Tillis, Rachel giggling about Mitch McConnell, Rachel laughing at Nathan Deal, Rachel mocking Rick Scott, Rachel dismissing Scott Walker.
    Instead let’s review a few of Tuesday’s highlights:
    – A former House impeachment manager is now governor of Bill Clinton’s home state of Arkansas.
    – The deep blue states of Maryland and Massachusetts will now have Republican governors.
    – Republicans have just elected: the youngest member of Congress (Elise Stefanik of New York); the first black female representative from Utah (Mia Love); the first black senator from the South since Reconstruction (Tim Scott). The two black senators from the South before that were also Republicans, as was the first black senator from the North, Edward Brooke.
    – Americans really don’t want drivers licenses for illegal aliens.
    – Sandra Fluke lost.

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    Ann Coulter Has Critical Advice Every Conservative MUST Hear After Massive GOP Victory

    Michael CantrellNovember 7, 2014

    Tuesday night’s midterm elections ushered in a tsunami of Republican victories, indicating that the destruction of the current Democratic Party is well under way.
    Americans have had a small taste of what Obama’s dream for the nation will consist of if he and his progressive buddies are let off the leash, and boy, oh boy, do folks not like what he’s cooking.
    While the shift in America’s political leanings is promising and the fact that Republicans now own both the House and the Senate is cause for celebration, this is not the time to let our guard down.
    According to Fox News, fearless conservative firecracker Ann Coulter appeared on Sean Hannity’s program overcome with joy and glee at the prospect of Republicans controlling Congress, but advised conservatives to “stay paranoid.”
    Coulter remarked that folks on the right need to keep Republican politicians’ “feet to the fire,” applying political pressure on them consistently to ensure that they, you know, actually do their jobs and keep their promises.
    This is the best, most sound advice to ever come from the mouth of a pundit.
    Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
    Tuesday night’s victory was most definitely a step in the right direction. We now have the power that’s needed to start putting this country back on track and begin crafting a superior narrative and vision for where we as conservatives want to take the country, which is vital in getting the American public on board with electing a Republican president in 2016.
    In order to prevent a total nightmare scenario–such as Hillary Clinton propping her crusty heels up on the Oval Office desk as the next president–Republicans absolutely need to fulfill their campaign promises and come up with an agenda that counters the crap currently being spewed out by the Obama administration.
    Failure to perform means disaster for the future of America. Period. There’s no ifs, ands, or buts about it.
    The average citizen knows full well that politicians have a bad habit of lying and not keeping their promises. They get seduced by the dark side of political power and before you know it, they’re wearing a Darth Vader helmet and creepily breathing down your neck like a big government stalker, while calling spooky progressives like Obama their “master.”
    It’s up to us, the average Americans, to do exactly what Coulter suggested and keep their feet to the fire. Keep writing them and letting them know what’s at stake each time they vote on a bill. Call and remind them that their job security is dependent on sticking to conservative principles and voting on legislation accordingly.
    This is not the time to relax and breathe a sigh of relief. It’s like an MMA fight. When you’ve rocked your opponent and he’s trying to get away to avoid being knocked out, you don’t ease up, you let your fists fly and ring his bell until he taps or the ref calls it.
    This is the same kind of scenario we’re in right now with these massive Republican victories. Let’s not ease up when our opponent is at his weakest, let’s finish the fight!


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