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Former Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R)
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General
VIDEO: Former Leader DeLay shares his thoughts with TellDC about American sentiment and his hope that the GOP proposes a solid plan for people to support.

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Economy
Adam Yale Posted 3 years ago
What is the state of the conservative movement in the country today and what does the Republican party need to do to compete?
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Other
Dran Reese Posted 3 years ago
Mr. Speaker,
How does it feel to be acquitted? What are you gearing your life up to do?
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Other
Betty Giebel Posted 3 years ago
Are you supporting Ted Cruz against the establishment republicans?
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Ethics
Ed Kornkven Posted 3 years ago
Mr. DeLay,

In light of the self-preserving incumbent advantage that the House and Senate perpetuate for themselves, coupled with their record of increasing ineffectiveness and the public's growing disgust, this seems like a great time to revisit the issue of term limits for Congress. What do you think about that?
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Timothy Mullen Posted 3 years ago
Term limits are absolutely necessary. Who would even debate that in this country?
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Immigration
Lori Bainum Posted 3 years ago
How big a role will immigration play in 2014?
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Other
Jim Willikers Posted 3 years ago
What is your view now on the "absolute immunity" given prosecutors and their proprietorial discretion.?

First rate discussion of the issue: http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/?s=prosecution+misconduct+liability
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Fiscal Responsibility
Adam Yale Posted 3 years ago
Now that your conviction has been overturned, after so many years in the courts, what have you thought about this process and what are your plans for the future?
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Moefo Schmoe Posted 3 years ago
Sue their ass
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Other
James Cookey Posted 3 years ago
Here's a great idea:
There is a plan floating around Washington to cut the budget 1% each year for EIGHT years and then institute a balanced budget Constitutional Ammendment.
How about cutting the budget 8% for ONE year... That way, it will all be done under this watch so that if it doesn't happen, we will know who to tar and feather!
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Ross Willson Posted 3 years ago
Conduct an Audit of the Federal Government, thereby finding redundant expenditures and programs, that action alone might through attrition reduce the overall size of the Govt. by 30%, then cut spending by an additional 20%. Reducing the Corporate Tax rate to 9%, no floating upward adjustment by LAW.
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E. Woeley Posted 3 years ago
Well, James, that would be a sizable shock to the syatem, which would not be all bad; but, the 8 years gradual approach is necessary to take advantage of the natural growth in tax revenues for the next 8 years, and also, include the dollars gained by reducing entitlements (like, cuts in Social Security payments to the elderly and the disabled, and Medicare and Medicaid payments to hospitals and doctors for treating the elderly pensioners, the disabled, and the poor folks) over the next 8 years. If you did 8% now, it wouldn't balance the budget now, OK? But your heart is in the right place!
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Other
James Cooksey Posted 4 years ago
This may very well be why Obama won the key states:
http://youtu.be/ILJDudUpct0
See what you can do to get the ball rolling on this:
I think Congress should form a 10,000 member team to verify EVERY vote that was cast in the last election. The simplest way would be to broadcast that anyone that had lied on the voter registration that came forward and confessed, would be granted amnesty in the third degree felony. If they do not come forward, they will be prosecuted if found.
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Mike Rios Posted 3 years ago
Or they could just claim that they are an illegal alien and the whole world will feel sorry for them and they will get blanket amnesty. Can anyone say "ola."
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