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Published: Saturday, April 27 2013 12:04 p.m. MDT

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Mountanman
Hayden, ID

Not to worry folks. After a few more years of Obamacare, another $7 trillion or so added to the national debt, open borders and more immigration problems (including terrorists), millions more food stamp recipients, a few more tax increases from the Democrats and then even more promises of more unpaid for free stuff will not relieve the cultural and economic suffering we are experiencing and will continue to experience in America! In other words, Democratic party policy domination is nearly over because it has to be in order for our country to survive! More Americans are waking up and wising up!

Rock Of The Marne
Phoenix, AZ

Moutanman, Pray tell what the GOP has done on immigration to stem the hoards of illegal aliens crossing our border; nary a thing. Truth is, too many in the GOP camp like the low cost labor. Just notice the gnashing and wailing of teeth when anyone suggests employers do anything to validate the work eligibility of a new hire ("it's an administrative burden" and other such weak excuses). GOP doing anything meaningful that will cut down on their cheap labor, please.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

More doom and gloom from the Gem State. If it were as plain to everyone as it is to M-man, the GOP would be overrun with candidates eager to take office. The article says, not so much. Maybe the "wising up" is to what the GOP contribution to our country now is - a protection racket for the rich.

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