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    Meet Nancy Pelosi's 2010 Nightmare: John Dennis San Francisco Conservative

    Meet Nancy Pelosi's 2010 Nightmare: John Dennis San Francisco Conservative

    California's 8th District | John Dennis 2010 for Congress District 8

    Second Amendment | John Dennis 2010 for Congress District 8
    “The Constitution shall never be construed... to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms.” Samuel Adams

    The right to bear arms is essential to a free society and should not be infringed.

    The 2nd Amendment is the law of the land.

    I oppose any attempt to use international treaties to circumvent our Constitutional freedoms.

    The right to protect life, liberty and property is fundamental; without the means of protection these rights are meaningless.
    We must at all costs defeat Obama's Puppet Masters: Dirty Harry Reid & Crazy Nancy Pelosi...

    Cut off their no limit American Express Card, and Tax & Spending us into oblivion...



    Dump Reid - Change we REALLY can believe in!

    Fire Harry Reid!

    REJECT REID 2010

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    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Next Victim: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi - YOUR FIRED!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Meet Nancy Pelosi's 2010 Nightmare: John Dennis San Francisco Conservative

    California's 8th District | John Dennis 2010 for Congress District 8

    Second Amendment | John Dennis 2010 for Congress District 8
    We must at all costs defeat Obama's Puppet Masters: Dirty Harry Reid & Crazy Nancy Pelosi...

    Cut off their no limit American Express Card, and Tax & Spending us into oblivion...



    Dump Reid - Change we REALLY can believe in!

    Fire Harry Reid!

    REJECT REID 2010

    Welcome to NOBAMA.com

    Nobama. Hell Nobama. The best Anti Obama site on the Internet. Learn the Truth about Obama. Say NO to Obama. HELL NOBAMA.

    NoBama
    Speaker Nancy Pelosi YOUR FIRED!

    June 8, 2010, California Statewide Direct Primary Election:
    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/2nd-a...tml#post109301

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    The people of the 8th tend to not cast their vote between Democrats and Republicans these days. They tend to vote Democrat and if unhappy with that choice look farther left to the minority parties like the Green, Socialist, etc. Any Republican is going to have a very hard time getting the people of that extremely liberal (not really liberal--actually bats*h*i*t crazy) district to vote for them.
    People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think, don't run, don't walk. We're in their homes and in their heads and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome.--River Tam

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDS View Post
    The people of the 8th tend to not cast their vote between Democrats and Republicans these days. They tend to vote Democrat and if unhappy with that choice look farther left to the minority parties like the Green, Socialist, etc. Any Republican is going to have a very hard time getting the people of that extremely liberal (not really liberal--actually bats*h*i*t crazy) district to vote for them.
    AND that's pretty consistent with what they said about Massachusetts whom had not elected a Republican U.S. Senator since 1972 and gave up its seat held by the most uber liberal democrat in U.S. History since 1962...

    IF we can elect a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts can win anywhere...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    AND that's pretty consistent with what they said about Massachusetts whom had not elected a Republican U.S. Senator since 1972 and gave up its seat held by the most uber liberal democrat in U.S. History since 1962...

    IF we can elect a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts can win anywhere...
    San Francisco is not Massachusetts -- analogies are not reality. San Francisco is a small place that has a much more 'pure' strain of far-left than a state with a larger population and a more varied voter cross-section. Republicans are still perceived by many residents of the Bay Area as against them personally (homosexuals, pro Abortionists, Greens and other EcoFreaks, command economy proponents, ad nauseum) and these people will probably keep any Republicans from being able to gain a majority.

    Our only real hope is that (unless Nancy Pelosi is nice enough to retire or die) the Democrats power will be reduced or ended after the next election and she will no longer be the Insane Speaker of the House; she'll return to being the Insane Representative from California's 8th District.

    We can be fairly certain that if the unbelievable occurs in SF like it did in MA -- we'll get the same kind of liberal Republican who will be rather indistinguishable from a liberal Democrat as happened with Brown.
    People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think, don't run, don't walk. We're in their homes and in their heads and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome.--River Tam

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDS View Post
    San Francisco is not Massachusetts -- analogies are not reality. San Francisco is a small place that has a much more 'pure' strain of far-left than a state with a larger population and a more varied voter cross-section. Republicans are still perceived by many residents of the Bay Area as against them personally (homosexuals, pro Abortionists, Greens and other EcoFreaks, command economy proponents, ad nauseum) and these people will probably keep any Republicans from being able to gain a majority.

    Our only real hope is that (unless Nancy Pelosi is nice enough to retire or die) the Democrats power will be reduced or ended after the next election and she will no longer be the Insane Speaker of the House; she'll return to being the Insane Representative from California's 8th District.

    We can be fairly certain that if the unbelievable occurs in SF like it did in MA -- we'll get the same kind of liberal Republican who will be rather indistinguishable from a liberal Democrat as happened with Brown.
    I have to strongly agree to disagree; Neither John Dennis nor Scott Brown are Liberal Republicans by the farthest stretch of the imagination...

    IF we were as pessimistic & defeatist about Massachusetts as you are about San Francisco Martha Coakley would be the 60th vote in the U.S. Senate today...

    IF we can win in Massachusetts, we can win anywhere...

    Speaker Pelosi has the lowest approval rating of any sitting member of Congress (Either House or Senate)...

    She is equally despised by both parties... those in the house that voted for her for speaker have recently stated they would not vote for her again...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    I have to strongly agree to disagree; Neither John Dennis nor Scott Brown are Liberal Republicans by the farthest stretch of the imagination...
    Scott Brown is a 'Romney Republican' who has publicly stated his support for government infringement into health care. That alone is a huge problem for any 'Conservative' or supporter of the Constitution. (I always watch California races and haven't got a good handle on John Dennis' background yet.)
    IF we were as pessimistic & defeatist about Massachusetts as you are about San Francisco Martha Coakley would be the 60th vote in the U.S. Senate today...
    Don't misunderstand me, I am pleased whenever any roadblock is put in the way of the statist plans of either (both) major parties. We likely don't disagree as much as others might think; you're willing to accept a more 'pragmatic' and incrementalist approach than I am because I've seen that approach fail too many times to swallow it again.
    IF we can win in Massachusetts, we can win anywhere...
    The 'We' is my problem. I don't see the Brown election as a 'win' for freedom so much as a loss for the party that's on the faster track to destroy what's left of our freedoms. When 'We' win, it will be because somebody was elected who will work hard to destroy the overly large government and restore our Constitution.
    Speaker Pelosi has the lowest approval rating of any sitting member of Congress (Either House or Senate)...

    She is equally despised by both parties... those in the house that voted for her for speaker have recently stated they would not vote for her again...
    This is true and I hope to see her defeated and sent packing. I'm just not expecting it to be a freedom-loving Republican who does it.
    People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think, don't run, don't walk. We're in their homes and in their heads and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome.--River Tam

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDS View Post
    Scott Brown is a 'Romney Republican' who has publicly stated his support for government infringement into health care. That alone is a huge problem for any 'Conservative' or supporter of the Constitution. (I always watch California races and haven't got a good handle on John Dennis' background yet.)

    Don't misunderstand me, I am pleased whenever any roadblock is put in the way of the statist plans of either (both) major parties. We likely don't disagree as much as others might think; you're willing to accept a more 'pragmatic' and incrementalist approach than I am because I've seen that approach fail too many times to swallow it again.

    The 'We' is my problem. I don't see the Brown election as a 'win' for freedom so much as a loss for the party that's on the faster track to destroy what's left of our freedoms. When 'We' win, it will be because somebody was elected who will work hard to destroy the overly large government and restore our Constitution.

    This is true and I hope to see her defeated and sent packing. I'm just not expecting it to be a freedom-loving Republican who does it.
    Make no mistake I would love to have more Ron & Rand Paul's in their that would stand up to both parties...
    So don't take that as a pragmatic or incrementalist approach...

    As a Marine, early on we were taught to "Adapt & Overcome"...

    As far as Conservatives go Scott Brown & John Dennis are not far from Ron & Rand Paul, they both believe in and have a record of supporting the Second Amendment and the Constitution as written and intended by the founding fathers...
    Additionally, are fully endorsed by the pro-Second Amendment Community and adamantly opposed by the Anti's including the "Brady Bunch"

    Ronald Reagan once said that somebody that is with you 80% of the time is not your enemy...
    (Don't take my quoting of Ronald Reagan as being a fan of the man, only the validity of the quote; Gun Bans, Amnesty & Entitlements, made him far from the uber Conservative he has been made out to be)

    Scott Brown & John Dennis have a position equal to about 95% of Ron & Rand Paul's and one would be pretty hard pressed to find somebody alive farther to the right then Ron Paul...

    My personal political litmus test is; do you support the Second Amendment as it was written & intended by our founding fathers?
    If yes, then I move on to less important issues to compare & contrast on...
    Bottom line if you don't support the Second Amendment, I don't support you... because without the Second Amendment nothing else in the Constitution has any meaning nor is enforceable...

    In the case of John McCain, I truly had to hold my nose when I voted for him; because he was the only realistically viable choice against the Current Socialist in Chief...

    Was Ron Paul, Alan Keyes, Bob Barr, Mike Huckabee better? yes, but again not viable...

    I for one believe that Scott Brown is the catalyst & inspiration that will finally get people off their arse's and put an end to Closet Conservatism for good...

    "The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion." - Edmund Burke

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    I just became a fan of John Dennis on Facebook! Let's all pledge to send at least $5 to his campaign. Every little bit helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
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    I for one believe that Scott Brown is the catalyst & inspiration that will finally get people off their arse's and put an end to Closet Conservatism for good...
    Every turning point in history has an event that is identified as the time when return to the prior situation is no longer possible.

    I hope you are right and the recent election in Massachusetts is that mark that separates our statist past from our Free Future.
    People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think, don't run, don't walk. We're in their homes and in their heads and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome.--River Tam

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