To: Kay Soze
First, the right of the political spectrum understand tax policy when it comes to tax rates. You do not.
Second, this is NOT a GOP board. It's a conservative board. If you think GOP and conservative are mutually exclusive, you've made a mistake.
posted on 12/10/2003 10:21:54 PM PST
(Fascists, Totalitarians, Baathists, Communists, Socialists, Democrats - what's the difference?)
Does anyone know why Bush has had no support from Congress, while being viciously attacked for 7 months now?
That is a better question to ask. Bashing intelligent people for expressing the truth, voicing concern for the Constitution and the state of Republican ideology in general is subversive.
The same posters have been pounding away with no rhyme or reason for 24 hours straight.
posted on 12/11/2003 11:26:34 PM PST
by At _War_With_Liberals
(IIt's more than a lib/con thing- All 3 branches of govt colluded to limit the 1st amendment)
"First, the right of the political spectrum understand tax policy when it comes to tax rates. You do not.
If you think GOP and conservative are mutually exclusive, you've made a mistake."
I do not think that the Republican party and conservatism are mutually exclusive.
Only Nonpardons with his RINO definition has indicated any belief that they are mutually exclussive. Post 304
With Reagan they overlapped quite a bit.
With "W" much much much much less so.
Between the two parties it represents conservative interest more.
But it is NOT a conservative party.
Its not a conservative position to make government larger.
Nor to make it more powerful.
Nor to increase socialist programs.
posted on 12/14/2003 11:57:20 PM PST
by Kay Soze
(Conservative voting for Bush soley to deny a Dim from office is by definition RINO. I am now a RINO)
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