Skip to comments.I want to Thank all "Conservative" Non-Voters
Posted on 11/18/2006 8:26:57 PM PST by new yorker 77
Thank you for giving us blanket amnesty for illegals.
Thank you for courageously abandoning our troops.
Thank you for handing victory to the terrorists.
Thank you for guaranteeing higher taxes.
Thank you for guaranteeing no more conservative judges.
Thank you for empowering John McCain.
Thank you for bringing back universal health care.
Thank you for endless investigations.
Most of all, I want to thank you for showing complete disregard for the tens of thousands who spilled their blood to give you your right to vote.
Your callous, self-serving apathy has guaranteed the government actions that you so bitterly complained about.
A final reality check to all you non-voters who still call your self conservative:
You are not a conservative.
You define un-American.
You define un-patriotic.
Please stop pretending to care about the troops.
To all you people who actually voted.
Thank you for defending our Constitution.
Tell them how you REALLY feel...
Replace "conservative non-voter" with GOP and you would be closer to correct.
The GOP has to get votes. Complaining about votes they didn't get serves absolutely no purpose whatsoever.
It is the GOP that let everyone down, not some mythical block of "conservative non-voters"
The sooner we conservatives get this, the better. We need a GOP that cares about the things you listed and more.
I hope they'll be happy having pelosi as speaker and reid as senate majority leader.
Funny that now Reid and Pelosi are calling for co-operation and talking about putting politics aside. After they've demonnized the president they now want republicans to work with them so they can further their agenda, how nice of them.
I'm sick of these self-righteous reincarnations of the Buchanan Brigades (aka Bill Clinton's best buddies) and the SavageWeiners (aka Jerry Brown supporters) who wag their fingers about what it "really" means to be a conservative.
By their definition, a real conservative is one who's trying to save liberalism while preening about "voting their conscience". To hell with them.
This line of attack is wearing thin and accomplishing nothing.
I voted straight GOP in this election here in PA... but there's no way I could have brought myself to vote for Mike Fitzpatrick if he had been in my district. The man bailed on the war, distanced himself from the President and touted his Sierra Club endorsements endlessly in the final weeks of the campaign. The guy deserved to lose, damn the consequences. And that's precisely what he did.
I don't begrudge anyone their right to not vote for that squish, or any other squish like him.
Instead of blaming voters for not supporting 10th rate candidates, maybe you should save some of that ire for the impotents who gave these squishes to us in the first place.
Or should we all just be like lobotomized Democrats and vote solely based on the letter accompanying the candidate's name?
Future problems will be resolved by future elections.
I think we've pretty much covered this topic, thanks.
and I want to say EFF YOU since I didn't vote for any rinos
Rather than Buchanan brigades helping Clinton, don't you mean Perot-istas?
Ditto to what you said. If the GOP has any testosterone left at all, it should kick Pelosi and her blue babies in the teeth. It's a karma thing. What goes around...
Well .. THANK YOU for saying it .. and saving me the trouble.
The bad part is they knew this would all be the outcome before hand!
Aah, they always talk that cooperation crap between elections and inaugurations. They aren't going to cooperate. 'Cept mebbe on amnesty for illegals.
Is this how you plan to get their votes in 2008?
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