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Republican Headquarters
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The Republican National Committee (RNC)
310 First Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003 USA
Phone Number: 202-863-8600

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  1. Please do not support Jeb Bush. We need competent folks to win the White House in 2016. Last night on Fox News, someone mentioned Americans are looking for fresh, new candidates. What about Lee and Chavetz from Utah? Certainly there are other new faces that are easy to promote. Please help us succeed in "16". Provide us with some new faces. Don't let Hilary walk into the White House.

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  2. The Republicans were swept into power in both Houses this year because the American people want Obama and the Democrats stopped from inflicting further damage on the Country, and for the obstruction of Obama's onerous policies. We want Obama-Care repealed, pulled out by the roots, and want every means at our disposal for stopping his criminal, unconstitutional conduct 'on the table', including cutting off funding and impeachment. I for one will be watching what the leadership does. Do not merely hold your breath and bloviate as in the past. I want to see some hard ball. If I see some spine from you Party leaders I will start writing checks to the RNC again.

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    1. The R's were "swept" into both Houses of Congress last year because the lowest percentage of the population actually voted in over 70 years. Yes, that's 70 years. Government is not working FOR THE PEOPLE, and hasn't since the Republicans decided to OPPOSE EVERYTHING. "Country 1st" ? ? ? Oh, sure, as long as it doesn't mean you have to turn down the FEAR FACTOR. Pitiful!!!!

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  3. When are the Republicans going to do their job? All this posturing, belittling and negativity is sad, sad, sad. Where's Regan and Tip O'Neil when we need them ... or their kind? Merry Christmas.

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  4. YOU JUST FAILED US! - The budget omnibus bill just announced by the Speaker of the House is very disappointing. We voted and gave you a landslide victory in Nov to STOP Obama and the Democrats not COMPROMISE with them! We wanted you to pass a short term budget (Not past Feb) so the new Congress could restructure the budget when the convene in Jan. By passing the bill to fund through next Sept, you have given away the farm - You have failed the voters who gave you the landslide victory!

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  5. i've voted republican all my life but no more,nor will i ever!! vote for any demon!crat--ever. The repubic party is putricfying!! Count me out Bainer and the pubic anti americans parties

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  6. The Republican Party will again in the future ask foe donations to elect more for congress. The best response should be just hang up. The party does not stand for much anymore. The Democrats and Republicans should just merge because the difference is very small. In reality we have only one party.

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  7. Once again, the Republican Party is setting us up to lose another presidential election. First of all:
    1. Ted Cruz – Born in Canada, mother born USA, father born Cuba. He is not qualified to run as he is not a Natural Born Citizen.
    2. Marc Rubio – Born USA, mother born Cuba, father born Cuba. He is also not qualified to run for president as he is also not a Natural Born Citizen.
    3. Jeb Bush – Born USA, mother born USA, father born USA. BUT, not one black person will ever vote for another Bush. The media is elated over this choice as they know he doesn’t have a chance to win. You guys are idiots.
    4. Chris Christie is probably the only guy who could possibly win, that is why the socialist media tears him apart every chance they get.

    Do you Republicans really want to win the presidential election?


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  8. I will never vote for or support you SOB's again. You're the democratic / socialists second string. Want to know the GOP agenda? ASK OBAMA. YOU PEOPLE SUCK!!!!!!!!!!

    EVER HEAR THE TERM TREASON??????????

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  9. I stopped funding the Republicans when I realized that the party no longer stood for the people. They look and act just like the Democrats, maybe worse. All they want is control and power. For two years now they have shown that they will take no stand on protecting the constitution. They have proven that responsible for the constitutional oath they took. Until Boehner is out of leadership count me out for any support.

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  10. Melvin Yates - Retired Army - I am a Romney fan, other than that I would like to see the Republican party quit playing patty cakes, get organized, pick nor more than 4 people to represent your party, back them and get to work before you play around and loose to another Democrat in 2016.

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  11. Muslim Immigration on the RISE...

    Barry's devotion to Islam and strategy is paying dividends.

    The United States could be traveling down the same path as France regarding Muslim immigration — a path that ultimately led to the Islamic terror attack at Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris.

    For several decades France has invited Muslims from the Middle East and North Africa to enter the country, in part to bolster the labor force following World War II. Other European countries have seen large-scale Muslim immigration as well.

    "The United States seems increasingly to be turning toward Western Europe's most undesirable demographic trends," writes Ian Tuttle, a William F. Buckley Fellow in political journalism at the National Review Institute.

    In 1992, 41 percent of new permanent residents in the United States came from the Middle East and North Africa, the Asia-Pacific region, or sub-Saharan Africa. In 2002, the percentage was up to 53 percent.

    Over that period, the number of Muslim immigrants coming to America each year doubled from 50,000 to about 100,000.

    The number of Muslims in the United States is uncertain because religious affiliation is not tracked by the Census Bureau, but the Council on American-Islamic Relations claims there are about 7 million Muslims in the country.

    "Whatever the exact level, it can hardly be considered surprising that as the Muslim population in the country has expanded, so has the incidence of radicalism," Tuttle states, citing several examples.

    Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his brother Tamerlan entered the country as refugees in 2002 and Tamerlan was radicalized at a mosque in Cambridge, Mass.

    That mosque was also attended by Abdul Rahman al-Amoudi, who was raised in Yemen and in 2004 was sentenced to 23 years in jail in part due to his role in a plot to assassinate the crown prince of Saudi Arabia.

    Also attending was Aafia Siddiqui, sentenced to 86 years in prison in 2010 for attempting to kill a U.S. Army officer in Afghanistan.

    In 2003, six naturalized citizens in Lackawanna, N.Y., were convicted of providing material support to al-Qaida.

    In March 2014, Mohammad Hassan Hamdan of Dearborn, a Michigan city where 40 percent of the population is of Arab descent, was arrested in Detroit on his way to join Hezbollah in Syria.

    Last October, Mohammed Hamzah Khan of Bolingbrook, Ill., son of Muslim immigrants from India, and two siblings were arrested in Chicago on their way to enlist in the Islamic State.

    Nidal Malik Hasan, whose parents came to the U.S. from the West Bank, fatally shot 13 people at Ford Hood in Texas in November 2009.

    It should also be noted, of course, that the 9/11 hijackers were allowed to enter the country with visas.

    "Whatever the percentage of Muslims who support or would ever consider supporting jihadism, the raw number obviously increases along with the total number of Muslims," Tuttle points out. "One percent of 10 million is much larger than 1 percent of 1 million."

    The most obvious remedy for the increased threat of Islamic militancy in the United States would be to reduce the numbers of immigrants from Muslim-majority countries, he suggests — noting, however, that the move would meet with "fierce opposition from some quarters."

    Or, the United States could shift immigration priorities toward English-speaking nations and liberal democracies.

    "The potential problems associated with massive Muslim immigration, and potential solutions, must be addressed now," he concludes.

    "The attack on Charlie Hebdo was not inevitable, but years of permissive immigration policy made it more and more likely. If we want to reduce the probability of a similar attack inside America's borders, we should recognize France's mistake, and reform immigration policies that simply do not add up."

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