I had a private discussion with him. As I understand it, he does not object to my supporting Giuliani, but to my criticizing conservatives. So I have agreed to refrain from criticizing conservatives or conservatism, which is not hard for me to do since I am quite conservative myself, as JimRob well knows. I have been around these parts for 9 years and if you want to traverse my thousands of posts going all the way back to Clinton's impeachment, you will find that I have been consistently a hard-line conservative constitutionalist.
In fact, in Rudy's house, conservatives will be offered a warm blanket, hot chocolate and oatmeal cookies. I am a conservative, and I am in Rudy's house, and I tell you it's nice and warm and the future is bright and free of negativity.
"FR will not be used in an attempt to turn the Republican party into a liberal party or to elect a socialist abortionist pig to the White house. Get used to it!!"While I genuinely appreciate the fact that you are not overtly criticizing conservatives, you are still using FR to further Rudy's path to the White House, right? Any cheerleading for Rudy is not advancing conservatism in any way, shape or form.
Stay snug and don't eat too many cookies.
How do you reconcile your Constitutionalism with Giuliani’s dismal record on the Constitution and Bill of Rights?
Unfortunately, that's a house where we must surrender our right to own guns in order to enter and must pay a cover charge that will go into an account that pays for abortions. It's a house where illegal aliens are welcome to come when they want without fear of local authorities cooperating with INS. When they fly planes into buildings, we're supposed to forget that the guy grabbing the headlines was part of the attitude that allowed them to be here to hijack our planes.
No thanks to your "invitation." Your invitation is no more inviting than the "invitations" issued by the jihadists.