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To: Alia
WOT, Nkorea, Iran, Russia, Latin America -- but some think the Repubs should be focused on the Dem kiddie game?

Alia,
Your point is well taken. However, you must realize that 90% of the people who will vote this November are not as politically astute as you and the other Freepers on this website.

Most people vote from perception (perception is reality) and sound bites. They can't name the mad man ruling North Korea and are too busy watching football, the World Series, "Dancing with the Stars", and "Deal or No Deal" to be an informed electorate. But, bet your bottom dollar they've heard that Republican Congressmen are child molesters and they must vote Democrat.

But, I belabor my point. I appreciate your input and wisdom.
12 posted on 10/12/2006 6:32:20 AM PDT by no dems (I'll take a moral Mormon over a demonic Democrat or repugnant RINO anyday.)
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To: no dems
And I do understand your very astute points, no dems.

To lower ones' self to playing the Dem game, is to lose on scorecard points, but win in the large. Proving the adage that "no good deed goes unpunished".

Negotiating with the FoleyDems is tantamount to appeasement with dictators and feeds the "repubs and democrats are the same party" peeps who are in fact, using this argument to promote their own "political" parties.

But one thing I have learned through the years about those adhering to the "du jour" perception game? They value security more than they do the pro-homosexual party of the Democrats. Most don't want homosexuality to be a topic on the national table whatsoever. Or around their kids, or running their countries. They might not say so to the survey-takers; but they sure as hell say so in private venues.

Dems are anti-US. And now they are trying to forge ahead being "anti-gayness around the babies"? Dems say they are against war, but want a war on "gayness" in the Republican Party?

Sure, some knuckledraggers will be highlighted in MSM venues supporting the Dems Foley-gate, as tho this is a concensus opinion nationwide. But, it's a delusion.

20 posted on 10/12/2006 6:42:03 AM PDT by Alia
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