Works for me
Drive west and you will find Alabama. A little further, and you will find Mississippi.
Are you implying that there is something wrong with Mississippi or Alabama?
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Do you like standing in line for two hours to get your biometric driver's license?
I don't believe that there should be biometric drivers' licenses at all.
How about electronic voting machines?
The old ones worked just fine. The new electronic voting machines are just a way to transfer taxpayer dollars into corporate pockets - corporate welfare
If we are going to help pay for people's health care, which both of us know that we will, shouldn't we do it as efficiently as possible.
Wrong question. We SHOULD NOT be paying for health care other than our own. Why not pay for televisions for the indolent also. No difference.
By spending money to upgrade facilities, equipment, and so forth, we can save money in the long run. THAT is the conservative way (but maybe not the Libertarian way).
Its the moderate way, or maybe the liberal way, although liberals would want to spend even more. The conservative way would be to shrink the scope of government, and the libertarian way would be to throw 95% of it out.
You're right, I do believe there's a difference.
In form only, not in substance. They both believe in government spending fueled by taxation. It's just a matter of degree not fundamental difference.
That's what I thought.
That's one way of evading the question.
The old ones were antiques, and no longer in production. They were going to have to be replaced anyway because you can't get parts for them.
Evaded that question, as well.
You are right that shrinking the scope of government is a goal of conservative politics, but it won't get done the first two years we're in power. The first thing that has to happen is to get the mess we have in working order, and only then can we effectively begin paring it down.
It's a matter of perception. I see vast differences between the two, but I also see the realities of staying in office long enough to make the changes that we want to make. If I were state dictator for life, I would just make decrees. Perdue has to get support for ideas, and needs to be re-elected. People who expect the impossible will be sadly disappointed. The State of Georgia didn't get in this mess overnight, and it won't get fixed that fast either.
I'm pretty sure - though I'm willing to shift my view if I'm wrong - that no one has ever died from not having a television.