NRA=GOP

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    The nutty absolute test that NARAL holds over Liberals is just like the what NRA holds over the conservatives.

    There are rational discussions and limits they both should accept.



    Sorry, but NARAL doesn't have even half the political sway the NRA does.  It's not even close.

     



    NARAL and Emily's List swing a lot of weight with liberal voters; maybe not quite the same as NRA but the same type of redmeat issue and response.  Both require absolute endorsement or there is retribution. 

     
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    The nutty absolute test that NARAL holds over Liberals is just like the what NRA holds over the conservatives.

    There are rational discussions and limits they both should accept.



    Sorry, but NARAL doesn't have even half the political sway the NRA does.  It's not even close.

     



    Really? What's the abortion body count?

    unlike the NRA, NARAL specifically endorses killing innocents.

     
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    think before I wrote? Such anger, so little understanding, and you are making my point about the anger that is key to a leftist ideology.  You lack the capacity to listen and digest what you are being told.

     


    Calling your opponent "angry" doesn't win an argument.



    What does winning have to do with this discussion? 

    the left doesn't listen, responds to all other opinions with emotional anger.  

    You call that a winning technique?  I call that childish.

     
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    Nice, Sis!

     
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    The nutty absolute test that NARAL holds over Liberals is just like the what NRA holds over the conservatives.

    There are rational discussions and limits they both should accept.



    Sorry, but NARAL doesn't have even half the political sway the NRA does.  It's not even close.

     



    NARAL and Emily's List swing a lot of weight with liberal voters; maybe not quite the same as NRA but the same type of redmeat issue and response.  Both require absolute endorsement or there is retribution. 



    Again, I disagree they're remotely comparable to the clout held by the NRA - which reflects on both sides significantly, whereas the abortion question is very clearly delineated.

    You could say the 2nd Amt. is the reason for this, but then the terms of comparison are different.

     

     
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    The nutty absolute test that NARAL holds over Liberals is just like the what NRA holds over the conservatives.

    There are rational discussions and limits they both should accept.



    Sorry, but NARAL doesn't have even half the political sway the NRA does.  It's not even close.



    Really? What's the abortion body count?

    unlike the NRA, NARAL specifically endorses killing innocents.



    Again, quite different terms that you aren't grasping.  Fetuses are not people.

    But if abortions were done with a Bushmaster rifle, then maybe the NRA would be all for it, huh...?

     

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  

     
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    The nutty absolute test that NARAL holds over Liberals is just like the what NRA holds over the conservatives.

    There are rational discussions and limits they both should accept.



    Sorry, but NARAL doesn't have even half the political sway the NRA does.  It's not even close.



    Really? What's the abortion body count?

    unlike the NRA, NARAL specifically endorses killing innocents.



    Again, quite different terms that you aren't grasping.  Fetuses are not people.

    But if abortions were done with a Bushmaster rifle, then maybe the NRA would be all for it, huh...?

     



    Nice.  Keep up the slime.  Wouldn't want compassion or facts to creep into your screed.

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  



    What on Earth are you talking about? Bohner issued a statement four day ago.

    Drop your partisan BS, will you?  This is a tragedy, and the left  has opportunitstically seized the tragedy for political gain.  Really, really, sick.

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  



    What on Earth are you talking about? Bohner issued a statement four day ago.

    Drop your partisan BS, will you?  This is a tragedy, and the left  has opportunitstically seized the tragedy for political gain.  Really, really, sick.



    What the republican party has become is a tragedy.

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  



    What on Earth are you talking about? Bohner issued a statement four day ago.

    Drop your partisan BS, will you?  This is a tragedy, and the left  has opportunitstically seized the tragedy for political gain.  Really, really, sick.



    It is a tragedy and, happening over and over again, it is a clear and present danger.  Now is actually not too soon.  It is too late.

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  



    What on Earth are you talking about? Bohner issued a statement four day ago.

    Drop your partisan BS, will you?  This is a tragedy, and the left  has opportunitstically seized the tragedy for political gain.  Really, really, sick.



    It is a tragedy and, happening over and over again, it is a clear and present danger.  Now is actually not too soon.  It is too late.




    Republicans love money, guns, and oil more than they love this country.

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  



    What on Earth are you talking about? Bohner issued a statement four day ago.

    Drop your partisan BS, will you?  This is a tragedy, and the left  has opportunitstically seized the tragedy for political gain.  Really, really, sick.



    It is a tragedy and, happening over and over again, it is a clear and present danger.  Now is actually not too soon.  It is too late.




    Republicans love money, guns, and oil more than they love this country.

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  



    What on Earth are you talking about? Bohner issued a statement four day ago.

    Drop your partisan BS, will you?  This is a tragedy, and the left  has opportunitstically seized the tragedy for political gain.  Really, really, sick.



    It is a tragedy and, happening over and over again, it is a clear and present danger.  Now is actually not too soon.  It is too late.




    Republicans love money, guns, and oil more than they love this country.

     
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    Isn't it interesting that the republican leadership is waiting to say anything about Sandy Hook Elementary until the NRA gives its official position?  There's been a smattering of republican congresspeople's comments, but nothing from the leadership.  Bet that they'll be out in force right after the NRA's news conference, if not on the dais behind the (NRA) speaker, as if no time had passed.

    I suggest that the NRA is just waiting for the initial wave to pass.  When a position is provided is as important as what it is.  NRA's considerable wealth gives it the ability to work with the top public affairs organizations, and this is what they'd be advising.  (Some of those top firms earned their stripes in the tobacco wars, coincidentally.)  



    What on Earth are you talking about? Bohner issued a statement four day ago.

    Drop your partisan BS, will you?  This is a tragedy, and the left  has opportunitstically seized the tragedy for political gain.  Really, really, sick.



    It is a tragedy and, happening over and over again, it is a clear and present danger.  Now is actually not too soon.  It is too late.




    Republicans love money, guns, and oil more than they love this country.



    You left out pushing the elderly down and stealing candy from kids

     



    Well, they do hate the poor, the elderly, veterans, teachers, and minorities..............

     
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