Skip to comments.A Return to Triangulation (libertarion vs social right)
Posted on 10/25/2006 11:10:46 AM PDT by Blackirish
As the Republican base fragments and Christian conservatives consider a fast from politics, the polling data point to a mid-term Republican thumping. Less than two weeks from now, Republicans will begin their post-mortem soul searching. And as the corpses of their House and Senate majorities grow cold, so should Karl Roves 2006 campaign strategy.
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I'm certain that she will miss the income. And the study of polywater was within the science of chemistry.
Is every site not yours anti-Freeper?
I think you Creator deniers are forgetting where you are. This is NOT Darwin Central. Keep your insults to yourself.
No, just those that engage in antiFReeping activities.
Anyone who is not an evofundie who has spent even a minimal amount of time on the evo/crevo threads will know that the evofundies delight in the worst excesses of loathesome speech, specializing in the lowest insults towards any religious believers.
I've seen stuff I would never have believed if I hadn't seen it with my own eyes. That's why I pretty much stay off those threads.
Since the early 90s, I have regarded the Democrats as a quasi-criminal enterprise, akin to the Mafia. Just look at the conduct of most of their members. To be fair, the Democrats weren't always so. Zell Miller, Patrick Moynihan, and some others were the last of a breed that gave respectibility to the Democrat party.
The scary part is with respect to the attempt of the Rockefeller Republicans to turn the Republican party into a caricature of what it was once regarded--a bunch of chubby dudes in suits smoking cigars in a backroom looking to stick it to the average person.
I would not be surprised, as some others have noted, if a populist party does raise in the US--nature abhors a vacuum.
Side note: re: my post 168 with respect to the conduct of certain individuals and the intervening posts. Your honor, the evidence is overwhelming. I rest my case.
You're being generous.
I have never read them but I did read the links Jim put on this thread.That is what I am talking about Friend and if they are serious about what they say they are trying to do they should stay on topic and delete that which is not.
You're not that important.
Your right but I can read.
Buncha people just got tossed over the side of the FR boat. Now they're venting a bit. Are you surprised? I'm not.
I'm not but why were they?I am reading back 3 and 4 months.
What makes you think they were surprised? Disappointed, maybe, but surprised? Seems unlikely.
He's wrong. You are THAT IMPORTANT!!
Unlike some other instances in the past, I think its more like what would have happened if the passengers of the Achille Lauro deciding that they've had enough of the hijackers and their demands, and threw them over the side instead of being polite and watching Leon Klinghoffer getting thrown over.
Dissembling behavior is unbecoming, BTW.
Did I say surprised.I have nothing in this fight except what I read.You can start a website to share ideas but to talk about another website?
"Science is political. It doesn't have a choice."
--- Stanley Aronowitz, Marxist academic.
"All science is political."
--- Anne Norton, leftist pomo academic. University of Pennsylvania.
"Science is political. No scientist, however pure his or her research may appear to be, can escape the political setting in which science operates - or its political power in setting public agendas."
--- Nicholas Hildyard, left-wing environmentalist.
"All knowledge, including science, is political."
--- Sandra Harding, leftist feminist.
And here's one more to add...
"There's nothing more political than science. Any science, at any level."
-- Jim Robinson, ????
Who is the Marxist tool again?
No doubt, but then again, I don't care what you think.