"Conservative Judiciary is Bush's Moral Mandate"
Amen. Aside from the war on terror, all else is insignificant.
posted on 11/16/2004 11:48:05 AM PST
Agreed. It is absolutely basic.
And I think it's correct to call it a moral understanding. It's certainly the primary reason why I voted for him, and why he did so well among Evangelicals, loyal Catholics, religious Jews, family oriented Hispanics, and millions of others who voted for him this time.
posted on 11/16/2004 11:59:13 AM PST
About the same percentage of people believe that abortions should be available any time for any one and believe that homosexuals should marry, abotu 24%. Anyone want to bet that there isn't about 99.99% overlap beytween the twoo groups?
posted on 11/16/2004 12:07:36 PM PST
by Blood of Tyrants
(God is not a Republican. But Satan is definitely a Democrat.)
Of course, the word Conservative is dirty to the Leftists because it implies fidelity to the Constitution and Interpreting laws rather than trying to legislate...
posted on 11/16/2004 12:11:07 PM PST
(Ain't God good . . .)
A clear majority of Americans believe that judges should strictly interpret the law and that legislation from the democratically elected branches of government, not from the bench, should be the engine of social change.
Agree and therein lies the rub with some. They aren't satisfied when a strict interpretation isn't far enough in their direction.
posted on 11/16/2004 12:19:51 PM PST
(I've done a lot things.... seen a lot of things..... Most of which I don't remember.)
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