Well good for you. Thank goodness Reagan didn’t “leave the R’s” and instead BECAME the R’s - but good for you that you “left the R’s.”
By the way, does this make you immune “to the D’s.”
didn’t think so. Hows that workin for ya.
Well good for you. Thank goodness Reagan didnt leave the Rs and instead BECAME the Rs - but good for you that you left the Rs.
By the way, does this make you immune to the Ds.
didnt think so. Hows that workin for ya.
What AM I doing? In October of 2008 I bought a small farm occupying an entier finger of a plateau. In 2011 I moved there from my 45 year home of Seattle. My only serious investments are precious metals, meat and vegetables grwon on the property, guns and ammo for hunting (and other uses), solar and wind power and useful buildings on my property so that my progeny, when (not if) ths SHTF can live - assuming they can get here.
This is about the whole world, not just the US. And no politician with a plan that will actually solve this can possibly be elected. It will probably take God’s overt involvement. Yeah, I’m expecting Ezekiel 38,39, Daniel, Revelation, Matthew 24, etc. to come down on us very soon.
But then, I have not had TV since 1997. I have a different perspective than many. On a side note, if I still lived in Seattle the November election would have been hard to take. Now, it just reinforces that I did the right thing.
Although the Tea Party was very grassroots born of justified frustration, it and the “big tent” recruitment push by the GOP has some responsibility in a number of un-electable candidates muddying the Primary water.
What most of us conservatives fail to see is that the elected GOPers spent like drunken sailors because that is what their constituent majority wanted. The overage came from everyone thinking “their pet project” was essential and sacred and it was the other guys that were pissin the money away.
Our disheveled political situation has lots of finger pointing. An old saying is appropriate, “when point a finger, we fail to recognize that a greater number of our fingers are pointing right back at us”.
In 2012, the those of us who vote 3rd party and those of us who “hold our noses” and vote for the GOPe can both look forward to our candidates losing.
The difference is that those of us who voted 3rd party can at least be proud of our vote.
Apparently, the GOP doesn’t miss our votes, either, because it’s not working to win them back. Maybe when it decides to become a party want to support, we’ll support it again.
>Thank goodness Reagan didnt leave the Rs and instead BECAME the Rs<
Reagan, did preside over the fall of USSR. Good. But he also balooned our debt to gdp ratio. VERY bad, and not at all conservative. If ballooning debt to gdp ratio IS republican, then definitely jump off the R ship.