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Link Posted: 1/14/2021 11:18:25 AM EST

I’m calling Bullshit, we got f**k when we voted. As long as we are voting on Dominion voting machines we will never get a honest vote.
Link Posted: 1/14/2021 2:10:26 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Chokker:


I’m calling Bullshit, we got f**k when we voted. As long as we are voting on Dominion voting machines we will never get a honest vote.
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Well the governor, sos, and the general assembly have chosen Dominion voting machines as the hill they want to die on.
Link Posted: 1/20/2021 1:06:59 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Loonytik:
Republican voters are lazy.

Democrat voters get behind whatever candidate is presented, no matter the issues.
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Not so much lazy as picky.  Single issues affect a lot of R voters.  Infighting amongst the R's doesn't help.

Can't call us lazy when we are the one's who go to work and pay for the D's to live on welfare.
Link Posted: 1/20/2021 1:51:06 PM EST
Until we get rid of those Dominion voting machines our votes mean nothing.
Link Posted: 1/21/2021 6:38:00 AM EST
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Originally Posted By edman99:
Until we get rid of those Dominion voting machines our votes mean nothing.
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It doesn't look like the Republicans are going to do anything about them so here we are.

https://www.ar15.com/forums/general/3-Republican-state-senators-in-Georgia-demoted-after-pushing-for-election-integrity
Link Posted: 1/21/2021 7:14:47 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

It doesn't look like the Republicans are going to do anything about them so here we are.

https://www.ar15.com/forums/general/3-Republican-state-senators-in-Georgia-demoted-after-pushing-for-election-integrity
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I'm really thinking the Republican party needs to simply die or become like the typical, feckless 3rd party.  The Left has done a great job painting the GOP as a bunch of old, white, corporate loving, racist, white-supremacists who don't represent main-stream America.  Say what you want about Trump, but he created massive a break-away from the Democratic Party.  I'm almost ready to say, lets push for a conservative party other than the GOP...almost.

Georgia is still a dominantly conservative state, and representation shows that.  This issue is that most candidates are RINOs, feckless, or scared.  We need bold, conservative candidates.  While the current voting system won't help with any popular state-level elections, "we" really need to find and promote vocal, corruption-fighting, constitutionally-conservative candidates to primary out the the weaker ones.  The power is always in the state congress and that is the only viable method to force change to the voting integrity issues and quell the socialist or "soft" republican policies and compromises.  

A strong governor would have told Hollywood to pound sand with all their demands.  You want a nice tax break as opposed to CA, than you abide by and respect our rules and culture; if not, I'm sure New York's taxes would be more appealing.  

It will be an uphill battle, but it's one that starts at the grass roots and that's not a cliché. We need another Tea-Party movement, but we need to aggressively clean house, challenge and hopefully primary the deep-state RINOs...they need to be outnumber and scared of their voters, not the democrats.  We know the enemy outside attacking us, we need to clean inside our house and root out the enemies from within.  

ROCK6
Link Posted: 1/21/2021 8:47:12 AM EST
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Originally Posted By ROCK6:


I'm really thinking the Republican party needs to simply die or become like the typical, feckless 3rd party.  The Left has done a great job painting the GOP as a bunch of old, white, corporate loving, racist, white-supremacists who don't represent main-stream America.  Say what you want about Trump, but he created massive a break-away from the Democratic Party.  I'm almost ready to say, lets push for a conservative party other than the GOP...almost.

Georgia is still a dominantly conservative state, and representation shows that.  This issue is that most candidates are RINOs, feckless, or scared.  We need bold, conservative candidates.  While the current voting system won't help with any popular state-level elections, "we" really need to find and promote vocal, corruption-fighting, constitutionally-conservative candidates to primary out the the weaker ones.  The power is always in the state congress and that is the only viable method to force change to the voting integrity issues and quell the socialist or "soft" republican policies and compromises.  

A strong governor would have told Hollywood to pound sand with all their demands.  You want a nice tax break as opposed to CA, than you abide by and respect our rules and culture; if not, I'm sure New York's taxes would be more appealing.  

It will be an uphill battle, but it's one that starts at the grass roots and that's not a cliché. We need another Tea-Party movement, but we need to aggressively clean house, challenge and hopefully primary the deep-state RINOs...they need to be outnumber and scared of their voters, not the democrats.  We know the enemy outside attacking us, we need to clean inside our house and root out the enemies from within.  

ROCK6
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I agree on everything you said, but we thought we were getting that with Kemp (strong governor...etc...) but that's not the case. It is going to be an uphill battle because republicans have no message or platform and they will not fight the democrats on anything. and I will go even further, until the MSM figures out how to report news instead of being the DNC mouthpiece, we are still screwed because they will silence us.
Link Posted: 1/21/2021 9:09:03 AM EST
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Originally Posted By ROCK6:
A strong governor would have told Hollywood to pound sand with all their demands.  You want a nice tax break as opposed to CA, than you abide by and respect our rules and culture; if not, I'm sure New York's taxes would be more appealing.
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Not really, GA gives them more than double the tax breaks NY does.
Link Posted: 1/21/2021 10:25:12 AM EST
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Originally Posted By bubba497h2:


I agree on everything you said, but we thought we were getting that with Kemp (strong governor...etc...) but that's not the case. It is going to be an uphill battle because republicans have no message or platform and they will not fight the democrats on anything. and I will go even further, until the MSM figures out how to report news instead of being the DNC mouthpiece, we are still screwed because they will silence us.
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Originally Posted By bubba497h2:


I agree on everything you said, but we thought we were getting that with Kemp (strong governor...etc...) but that's not the case. It is going to be an uphill battle because republicans have no message or platform and they will not fight the democrats on anything. and I will go even further, until the MSM figures out how to report news instead of being the DNC mouthpiece, we are still screwed because they will silence us.


Yeah, disappointed with Kemp.  He sold his soul (and all of GA conservatism) to the Chinese.  Democrats don't have the monopoly on political corruption.  I would love to see a recall, but it's highly unlikely.  He openly screwed the majority of republican voters and it will kill him in 2022; even if there was a massive turn out for him, the perception is that even if Mickey Mouse was the democratic nominee, they would cheat to win.  It's lose-lose, but not all is lost.  The MSM will never be a friend, but supporting alternate new sites hurts their bottom line.  GA holds the majority in both the Senate and House of Reps.  We need to hold that, but also focus on replacing feckless candidates with fighters...hard sell, but it's truly a grassroots focus.  I know this will sound sacrilegious, but if we can get a majority of actual, solid conservatives in the General Assembly I'm willing to keep from throwing up while voting for Kemp if he's not primaried; especially if he's running against Abrams.  Kemp showed his true colors and his lack of integrity, but Abrams will run out of control and if we don't have strong members in the General Assembly, it will be far worse with a socialist whacko like her.  We need a challenger to Kemp, but we do not want Abrams sitting as governor.  A lot of work to do, but we have to start somewhere and not sit in the corner complaining and bitching...it will be interesting regardless...

Originally Posted By Extorris:

Not really, GA gives them more than double the tax breaks NY does.


I was being sarcastic and forgot the  The liberal elites like those in Hollywood have outrageous operating costs and it's less about them and more about not getting enough staff to support living in high-tax states.  It's just cheaper to operate and produce movies in GA over CA or NY, but they continue to bring their cancerous social-justice-warrior culture with them.  We just had spineless, corrupt politicians saying one thing on the campaign trail but doing the opposite when their seat is secured.  

ROCK6
Link Posted: 1/21/2021 11:45:04 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Chokker:


I’m calling Bullshit, we got f**k when we voted. As long as we are voting on Dominion voting machines we will never get a honest vote.
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This ignores all of the votes that should not have happened which is the real problem. Fixing the voter rolls and not allowing multiple votes should be the focus.
Link Posted: 1/21/2021 11:49:36 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Stasher1:
If Democrats can keep urban black people voting, the Republicans will never win another statewide election in GA.
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That is different than getting the dead to vote or people to vote more than once. Over 1800 people voted twice in November mainly in Fulton and Dekalb , Zero will be charged so that adds 3600 democrat votes without even trying, Cheating is easy.
Link Posted: 1/22/2021 6:45:31 AM EST
We're saved.

Doug Collins Mulling Bid Against Democrat Raphael Warnock in Georgia

Former Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA) is seriously considering running again for the U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2022, a source with knowledge of his plans told Breitbart News exclusively.

Collins would, if he runs, face off against Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA), who was just sworn in after winning one of the two runoffs in Georgia on Jan. 5.
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Link Posted: 1/23/2021 7:49:08 PM EST
Originally Posted By bubba497h2:
Brian Kemp will go down as the Governor that lost Georgia to the Democrats. I hope that the Republican Party as a whole understands what they lost this election.

Kemp is complete fucking idiot and is now wounded and basically Stacie Abrams bitch.
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He will be primaried and hopefully lose.
Link Posted: 1/26/2021 9:08:43 AM EST
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Originally Posted By edman99:


He will be primaried and hopefully lose.
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The only way we will get to the bottom of the vote cheating is to get Kemp out of office.  He will never win another election in GA unless they are allowed to use to same fixed voting machines.  I think a strong recall effort led by conservatives would either force Kemp to resign or make it clear he'll never win a fair election.  The establishment GOP in Ga is worthless and have given us squishy candidates since the Republicans took over Ga.  

We need a recognized leader with ties to Trump to lead and focus the effort.  I'm hoping Herschel will run.
Link Posted: 1/27/2021 6:07:08 AM EST
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Originally Posted By edman99:
He will be primaried and hopefully lose.
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Has anyone announced any intentions to primary him? From what I've seen the republicans are all still supporting him.
Link Posted: 1/27/2021 10:03:10 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

Has anyone announced any intentions to primary him? From what I've seen the republicans are all still supporting him.
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The "republicans" in GA are the problem.  Led from top to bottom by establishment swamp creatures.  It's going to take an outsider to unseat Kemp.  Maybe Herschel or Marjore Taylor Greene.  I would happily vote for a MAGA democrat also.  Maybe a convert like Vernon Jones.  

I think Georgians are champing at the bit to get rid of Kemp.  The movement just needs the right leadership.  My guess is Trump will be leading these efforts in the near future.
Link Posted: 2/2/2021 6:51:30 AM EST
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Originally Posted By weagle:
The "republicans" in GA are the problem.  Led from top to bottom by establishment swamp creatures.  It's going to take an outsider to unseat Kemp. Maybe Herschel or Marjore Taylor Greene. I would happily vote for a MAGA democrat also. Maybe a convert like Vernon Jones.
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I doubt that would go anywhere now that the Republicans seem to want to attack her more than the dems.
Link Posted: 2/2/2021 8:58:05 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Extorris:

I doubt that would go anywhere now that the Republicans seem to want to attack her more than the dems.
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I'm not sure their attacks are going to have the result they are expecting.  She is gaining, not losing the support of the 80 million Trump voters.
Link Posted: 2/2/2021 10:19:35 PM EST
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Link Posted: 2/2/2021 10:28:39 PM EST
Link Posted: 2/3/2021 5:43:50 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Mad-Machinist:

That is exactly the point.......play by our rules or get fleeced by NY................
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Originally Posted By Extorris:
Not really, GA gives them more than double the tax breaks NY does.

That is exactly the point.......play by our rules or get fleeced by NY................

Good luck with republicans here doing that. Hollywoord dumped millions into Abram's campaign against Kemp and a few months later he's visiting production facilities publicly thanking them for doing business here. I can't wait to see which Hollywood stars will be going door to door next time to campaign against him in 2022.
Link Posted: 2/3/2021 8:04:08 AM EST
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Originally Posted By weagle:


I'm not sure their attacks are going to have the result they are expecting.  She is gaining, not losing the support of the 80 million Trump voters.
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I disagree. She's simply driving a larger wedge into an already fractured GOP.

Over the next couple years you're going to see more and more Republicans speak out against Trump, his loyalists, and QAnon mouthpieces like MTG. The GOP will either police its own members and reign them in, or it will dissolve into two separate parties, which will destroy their chances of another presidency anytime soon.
Link Posted: 2/3/2021 8:45:20 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Stasher1:



I disagree. She's simply driving a larger wedge into an already fractured GOP.

Over the next couple years you're going to see more and more Republicans speak out against Trump, his loyalists, and QAnon mouthpieces like MTG. The GOP will either police its own members and reign them in, or it will dissolve into two separate parties, which will destroy their chances of another presidency anytime soon.
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I agree that the GOP is fractured, but it's the 80 million base voters fracturing away from the swamp leadership.  I am all for it.  The MAGA republicans will take control from the inside via primaries.
Link Posted: 2/3/2021 9:15:47 AM EST
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Originally Posted By weagle:


I agree that the GOP is fractured, but it's the 80 million base voters fracturing away from the swamp leadership.  I am all for it.  The MAGA republicans will take control from the inside via primaries.
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Doubtful. Trump received 74 million votes, but that doesn't mean he has the support of all of those voters. R will vote R and D will vote D, but that doesn't mean they support the candidate. It means they support their party.

Outside of right-wing echo chambers like this forum, "MAGA Republicans" do not have the overwhelming party support they believe they do. They have support, no doubt, but there are more middle of the road/moderate Republicans than you'd think based on the posts here...and those folks will not support anyone like MTG.
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