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More like her please. Faster please.

“I have zero interest in being a professional politician but conservatives like us need a squad of our own, so Alabama put me in the game.”

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  • ghostsniper October 22, 2019, 12:52 PM

    What do you call people that say they want to solve problems they created?
    They never solve anything, they just create more problems.
    Paid for by you.

  • Eskyman October 22, 2019, 12:56 PM

    Well, if I lived in Alabama she’d have my vote!

    (And I’m so glad to not get a 404 when I accessed comments! Thanks, Gerard!)

  • Stargazer October 22, 2019, 3:57 PM

    Savvy lady. I wish her well.

  • Geoff C. The Saltine October 22, 2019, 9:20 PM

    Ghostsniper around here we call them Commie Bastards.
    I would vote for her.

  • Terry October 23, 2019, 7:30 AM

    Everything about this lady spells CLASS. A true American in spirit and courage. I would vote for her.

  • John Venlet October 23, 2019, 8:00 AM

    Ghostsniper is on target in regards to Jessica Taylor. Here’s the thing. While Taylor is hitting all the right melodic notes in that ad, which sing sweetly in conservative folks’ ears, and she’s attractive to boot, I’ll bet serious money that she already has a little list of new bills/laws she would like to see instituted. Until such time as political candidates get up on their soapboxes and state unequivocally that they desire to be elected so that they can begin the dismantling the bureaucratic state under which Americans suffer, rather than institute new rules, regs, laws, etc., all are simply blowing smoke. Trump is the only individual in political office who has made that promise. He’s delivering a little here and there, but his efforts are continually attempted to be thwarted by Demorats, and Republirats, in both the House and the Senate. Politicians are not Americans’ friends.

  • Eskyman October 23, 2019, 1:03 PM

    John Venlet has hit the nail on its head!

    More than any new legislation, we desperately need to winnow out the multiplicity of laws we have that don’t work, or don’t do what was hoped they’d do, or have bad unforeseen side-effects.

    These days, all of us commit at least three crimes every day, I’ve read; these are crimes on the lawbooks, but none of us even realize that we’re committing them since we’ve never heard of them & don’t even know of their existence. “Ignorance of the law is no excuse,” though, so if we get arrested & charged we have no defense.

    I long for the days of old when felonies were obvious, and everybody knew what they were; nowadays lots of things that aren’t capital offenses, or even bad crimes, are felonies, though I don’t think they should be. A person can lose their 2nd Amendment right to own a gun forever, just by being accused of domestic violence; that’s a misdemeanor if convicted, but in many places no conviction is even necessary because of “Red Flag Laws” which are on-their-face unconstitutional (but so are almost all gun control laws.)

    Let’s mow down the field of bad laws, and put a Sunset Clause on any new ones that are passed!

  • Chicolini October 26, 2019, 4:26 AM

    The 19th Amendment and women’s involvement in politics have corrupted the American body politic.