David Ihde

David Ihde 3 months ago on Jeff Peters: Elections have consequences

And the same programs that LBJ started are still with us Dan! And they still subdue the African American. Same with minimum wage laws championed by liberals that causes inner city unemployment to skyrocket.

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David Ihde 3 months ago on Jeff Peters: Elections have consequences

I'm not repeating anything. The stars and bars were flown by democrats over state capitals, not republicans. And now they use government programs to subdue the African American. LBJ is on record having said that those niggers will be voting democrat for the next 200 years after passing his great society programs. Nice try.

Democrats are calling for the end of gerrymandering because they are getting their clocks cleaned. Same with the Nuclear option. They whined when the republicans threatened to use it when they were in power and then used it themselves. Hypocrites doesn't even begin to describe them. And speaking of hypocrites my LETTER just got BETTER!

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/23/us/politics/joe-biden-argued-for-delaying-supreme-court-picks-in-1992.html?_r=0

But I do agree with the Trump analysis in part. That is, it is fun to watch the GOP establishment panic. But I have bad news for you, he will beat Hillary if she is not indicted the same way he is beating the republicans. He has changed the paradigm on how to run for the presidency or any office for that matter. While everyone else is still playing the same old political game, he is playing the marketing game. Or in Bill Clinton's observation, he's a Master Brander.

But you are wrong about moderate republicans. They have lost 4 out of the last six presidential elections. When conservatives actually run on a conservative platform they win.

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David Ihde 3 months, 1 week ago on Jeff Peters: Elections have consequences

It's even funnier to hear blowhards like you Dan who can't bring anything to the table resembling facts to support your argument all the while calling everyone else obnoxious and a racist. I got news for you, democrats used gerrymandering for years when they controlled the governorships in this country and now the shoe is on the other foot proving once again, that your side can't stand the consequences of elections that don't go your way. But that does not explain the senate or those very same governorships. So nice try. Secondly, the Democrats have always been and always will be the racist party of America! Hope your Hillary doesn't get indicted first. Lol

As for compromise, the last thing Democrats do is compromise, unless they're out of power, then all of a sudden compromise is great. Otherwise go to Obamacare for your compromise when they are in power. Lol Once again, nice try.

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David Ihde 3 months, 1 week ago on Jeff Peters: Elections have consequences

Nice try, but you failed miserably! Sorry you and the Democrats are so thin skinned. First of all I am a libertarian and can't stand either party. As far as what Republicans said about Obama, it pales in comparison of what Democrats said about Bush. And the Republicans didn't obstruct anything. They were voted in to stop Obama's policies. So you proved my point that you don't like the consequences. Two times or many times doesn't change anything I said. But your right, it was his constant repeating of his Obama's lie I must have been referring to. Gee whiz,.......

You can keep your doctor, your hospital and your insurance if you like them. Period. Who said that? Oh that's right, your side only misspeaks. Lol

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David Ihde 3 months, 1 week ago on David Ihde: Ihde responds to letter

Nonsense! The U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Florida Supreme Court and sided with Kathryn Harris 9-0! Why? Because the Florida State legislature decides when the vote is certified according to the U.S. Constitution. Not Al Gore or the Florida Courts. She was just doing her job. In addition, Gore had no right to sue for a hand recount as that is the decision of the canvassing boards who monitor the elections. Hand recounts are to be used when there is evidence or suspicion that the vote tabulation machines are not working properly. They did not think or say there was a problem. They were not to be used for a fishing expedition as Gore was doing. Even the Florida Attorney General testified at the U.S. Supreme Court, that the hand recount being conducted had never been used that way before in Florida's history! All the lower courts of Florida agreed as well. Only the out of control Florida Supreme Court (whose own Chief Justice said they were going to get overturned) sided with Gore. Nice try

As for Gore, under the strategy he pursued which had various standards as to what constituted a legal vote was rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court 7-2 as a violation of the 14th amendment! Again nice try. Read the dam decision because it is you that muddies the water here with petty insolence. I clear the water with facts!

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David Ihde 3 months, 1 week ago on David Ihde: Ihde responds to letter

Peter Arnold, you need to get your facts straight. A good place to start is to actually read the 2000 Supreme Court decision concerning Bush vs Gore. The vote count between the two decisions was 16 -2. That's about as bi-partisan as it gets. In fact, except for the Florida Supreme Court, Bush won all of the challenges both in the lower courts of Florida and the Supreme Court. The first decision concerning the certification of the vote by Kathryn Harris was 9-0 on a federal election law violation. You can't change the rules after an election starts. The second was 7-2 on a 14th amendment equal protection violation of the constitution. The 5-4 decision everyone focuses on to stop the hand recount was about what to do with that 7-2 decision to overturn the Florida Supreme Court. As Scalia said to Lesley Stahl on 60 minutes, "as to the question if there was a constitutional violation, the vote count wasn't even close!" Two of the liberal justices who voted to overturn dissented on the stoppage of the hand recount and wanted the matter remanded back to the state of Florida with strict rules governing the recount. That meant Gore wasn't winning anything as the real fraud was being perpetrated by his team going on a fishing expedition cherry picking democrat precincts! Every major newspaper in the country did their own recount after the matter and Bush won!

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David Ihde 3 months, 1 week ago on David Ihde: Ihde responds to letter

No one is stopping Obama from putting up a candidate. Gerrymandering may have helped the House but it had nothing to do with the Senate and the dominance of Republican Governors. And race has absolutely nothing to do with it either. You have zero examples of this. Instead it's the "ist" of Marxist/Socialist that is the problem not the "ist" of racist. Obama has steadfastly refused to work with Republicans on many issues and has gone around Congress illegally a number of times. Even his own two appointees to the Supreme Court smacked him down on recess appointments and other executive orders. He says elections have consequences but does not respect that when he lost control of Congress.

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David Ihde 1 year, 3 months ago on Routt County commissioners want to discuss possible collaboration with city on police station project

I know I wrote to this paper a few years ago that was not published, about collaborating with not only the county sheriff's department but also the state police and buy the TIC property and place all of them on one campus! I knew that one day we would out grow the jail as well as the police already needing a new facility. Why does it take government so long to see the light and be efficient and creative? Unbelievable!

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