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The GOP has left me.
Self | Juse 1, 2007 | Natural Law

Posted on 06/01/2007 5:22:56 PM PDT by Natural Law

I am really getting sick of the "Whiny Bitch" wing of the GOP blaming its conservative base for losing control of both houses and now undermining the party further by not continuing to fund or vote for a more slow descent into socialism. This shows a complete lack of integrity on their part.

I for one refuse to vote for a Democrat, even when they call themselves a Republican, no especially when they call themselves a Republican. In fact, I would vote for a Democrat before I would a RINO because they at least have the integrity to admit to what they are. I for damned sure refuse to give them any campaign contributions when they have demonstrated that they can't manage the tax dollars they collect in the trillions.

Ronald Reagan, who began as a Democrat, once said he didn't leave the Democrat party, it left him. Me withholding my votes and financial support for the Republican Party isn't because I have changed political philosophy or party affiliation. I am withholding my votes and supports because the Republican Party has morphed into the Democrat Party.

The Whiny Bitch wing will say that there is no alternative and that not voting means that the Democrat Party (the old one that has now morphed into the Socialist Party) will prevail. The Democrat Party, or at least its principles, is prevailing anyway. One only need look at the actual status of Secure borders, immigration reform, government spending, balance of trade, energy self-sufficiency, whacko environmentalism, and voter fraud to see this.

If the GOP doesn't right itself will fade to irrelevance and will be replaced by a conservative party. When either of these two options happen I will again break out the check book and resume voting. Until then I will refrain.


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1 posted on 06/01/2007 5:22:57 PM PDT by Natural Law
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To: Natural Law

Very well put.


2 posted on 06/01/2007 5:24:30 PM PDT by jaredt112
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To: Natural Law

Take one of these and call me in the morning.

http://www.gohunter08.com/


3 posted on 06/01/2007 5:24:53 PM PDT by cripplecreek (Greed is NOT a conservative ideal.)
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To: Natural Law

A hardcore conservative new party would do about as well as a hardcore liberal new party. Most people aren’t that extreme. The sooner some folks can absorb that, the better.


4 posted on 06/01/2007 5:25:23 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: Natural Law

5 posted on 06/01/2007 5:26:37 PM PDT by traditional1
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To: Natural Law

The GOP has left a lot of people and nominating Rudolph will be the final exodus.


6 posted on 06/01/2007 5:28:15 PM PDT by ex-snook ("But above all things, truth beareth away the victory.")
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To: cripplecreek
Take one of these and call me in the morning. http://www.gohunter08.com/

Sweet!

7 posted on 06/01/2007 5:28:26 PM PDT by AuntB (" It takes more than walking across the border to be an American." Duncan Hunter)
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To: Natural Law

Hear hear.


8 posted on 06/01/2007 5:30:23 PM PDT by Lazamataz (JOIN THE NRA: https://membership.nrahq.org/forms/signup.asp)
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To: HitmanLV
Most people aren’t that extreme.

The multitude of your errors begin with conceptualizing conservatism with extremism. If we have a committed conservative like Ronald Reagan speaking out for the cause, nobody sees it as extremism.

On the other hand, if we have people like Rudy, Romney, McCain,and the Bushes who are ashamed of conservatism and feel the need to apologize for it by calling it "compassionate" conservatism (with the erroneous assumption that Reagan's brand wasn't)...we go nowhere.
9 posted on 06/01/2007 5:31:13 PM PDT by Old_Mil (Duncan Hunter in 2008! A Veteran, A Patriot, A Reagan Republican... http://www.gohunter08.com/)
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To: Natural Law

It’s time for the Free Republic Party.


10 posted on 06/01/2007 5:32:49 PM PDT by fr_freak
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To: Natural Law
I feel the same way. I’m sick of rino’s and sick of the “he’s the only one who can beat _____. Like the saying goes, if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything. We need to start standing again.
11 posted on 06/01/2007 5:33:42 PM PDT by WV Mountain Mama (July is going to be a great month...)
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To: Natural Law
This is the rant I gave to the GOP fund raiser when they called the other night. It felt good then, it feels good now, it will feel just as good next November if they don’t get their act together.
12 posted on 06/01/2007 5:33:54 PM PDT by Natural Law
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To: HitmanLV
A hardcore conservative new party would do about as well as a hardcore liberal new party. Most people aren’t that extreme. The sooner some folks can absorb that, the better.

Sure, I agree that's true.

But that doesn't mean we have to unilaterally surrender to Mexico and allow 30 million more Mexicans into the USA, either.

Most people aren't that extreme, either. But Bush, Kennedy and the rest of 'bipartisan coalition for comprehensive immigration reform are', either.

13 posted on 06/01/2007 5:34:02 PM PDT by Jack Black
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To: Natural Law

I have been saying this for about 8 months now. I hate saying it. It pains me. However, if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, talks like a duck, then its a duck.


14 posted on 06/01/2007 5:34:15 PM PDT by Sprite518
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To: Lazamataz
Hear hear.

I second that!

15 posted on 06/01/2007 5:34:44 PM PDT by Florida native
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To: Old_Mil
No errors. Most people aren’t all that liberal nor conservative. If the folks at FR crafted a platform, for example, I doubt it would appeal to more people than if the folks at DU crafted a platform.

Pretending that the nation is more conservative (or more liberal) than it really is strikes me as a primary error political addicts, one issue fetishists, and related goofballs make.

16 posted on 06/01/2007 5:34:56 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: Natural Law

Bye, I hope you enjoy the next eight years of Hillary.


17 posted on 06/01/2007 5:35:41 PM PDT by usmcobra (I sing Karaoke the way it was meant to be sung, drunk, badly and in Japanese)
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To: Jack Black
Sure, I agree that's true. But that doesn't mean we have to unilaterally surrender to Mexico and allow 30 million more Mexicans into the USA, either.

I agree with you, but the two thoughts don't have much to do with each other.

18 posted on 06/01/2007 5:36:18 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: Natural Law
If the GOP doesn't right itself will fade to irrelevance and will be replaced by a conservative party.

I agree and say, "Well said."

But I'm curious, where do you think this "replacement" 'conservative party' will come from, and get in power how?

As I look around the landscape, there are not many hopefuls to pin the badge on.

If I had my way, I'd wipe the slate clean - on both sides - and say we start over, from the very top to the very bottom.

19 posted on 06/01/2007 5:38:11 PM PDT by LasVegasMac (Give me 10 days and we'll be at war with those SOB's - I'll make it look like their fault!")
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To: HitmanLV
You really don't get it, do you.

Conservatism isn't "hard-core" like you think it is. Everyone believes in low taxes, limited government, traditional values, strong defense. These are the tried-and-true beliefs that have sustained our nation since it's birth.

Republicans have completely abandoned these beliefs in exchange for ridiculously co-opting socialist beliefs. If the GOP supports and helps passes Bush's AMNESTY plan, I'm done with them. I'll only support individual conservative candidates. I have already told the RNC to remove my name from their mailing list.

20 posted on 06/01/2007 5:38:38 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist
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To: usmcobra
"Bye, I hope you enjoy the next eight years of Hillary."

Well if it takes eight years of Hillary to push the American people to action it will have been worth it. I am not interested in keeping score on elections, but I am interested in the long term good of the country.

21 posted on 06/01/2007 5:39:35 PM PDT by Natural Law
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To: HitmanLV

Right now, the agenda that’s being advanced is one that imports millions of illegal immigrants, millions of proto-islamic terrorists, outsources jobs, runs up billions of dollars of federal debt, reduces the quality of education yearly, and allows gays to advance a radical anti-family/anti-child agenda through the public schools.

And this is after 8 years of Republican rule. For your reasoning to be correct, this is where the country would have to be (or at least reasonably close to it).

I call BS. We’re clearly not as conservative a country as we were when Reagan was nominated. However if the GOP was to nominate Hunter and give him the money and platform to address the nation, he’d win a victory as big as Reagan’s and for the same reasons.


22 posted on 06/01/2007 5:39:39 PM PDT by Old_Mil (Duncan Hunter in 2008! A Veteran, A Patriot, A Reagan Republican... http://www.gohunter08.com/)
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To: usmcobra
Bye, I hope you enjoy the next eight years of Hillary.

Supporting liberal Republicans will ensure a Hillary victory. Conservatives are the type of people who don't compromise long-standing beliefs for the sake of conveniency and guest-passes at some fundraiser.

23 posted on 06/01/2007 5:40:26 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist
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To: Natural Law

Bump for later reading, might be fun.


24 posted on 06/01/2007 5:40:28 PM PDT by Kevmo (Duncan Hunter just needs one Rudy G Campaign Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVBtPIrEleM)
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To: Natural Law

They see the things that we say here.

Good post.


25 posted on 06/01/2007 5:40:45 PM PDT by Radix (Lighting a flame to dead leaves, and inhaling the toxic vapors associated is pretty dumb.)
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To: usmcobra
Bye, I hope you enjoy the next eight years of Hillary.

Perhaps some additional words to support your, "That sucks!" type argument?

26 posted on 06/01/2007 5:41:44 PM PDT by LasVegasMac (Give me 10 days and we'll be at war with those SOB's - I'll make it look like their fault!")
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

I really do get it.

Depending on the political climate, the voters can come to the conclusion to tell conservatives to take a hike. It’s not impossible, it has happened before and will happen again.

Plenty of people don’t care much about taxes. Plenty of people reject what you call traditional values. There are even plenty of people who are against a strong defense.

If FR crafted a policy platform, it would strongly appeal to as many people as one crafted by DU. That is to say, not many people.


27 posted on 06/01/2007 5:42:21 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: Natural Law

I’m with you...I’m now free to vore my beliefs!


28 posted on 06/01/2007 5:42:59 PM PDT by Randy Larsen (I'd rather be LUCKY than GOOD!)
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To: HitmanLV
Most people aren’t all that liberal nor conservative.

Pure horse droppings. If the right person comes along and promotes a conservative message, he/she will be supported. People just haven't heard honest conservatism in a long time, that's all.

If the folks at FR crafted a platform, for example, I doubt it would appeal to more people than if the folks at DU crafted a platform.

So explain FR's popularity then, with members and lurkers from all over the world.

Pretending that the nation is more conservative (or more liberal) than it really is strikes me as a primary error political addicts, one issue fetishists, and related goofballs make.

Now you're just being condescending. Newsflash. There is no true middle ground in politics. It's all about drawing a line and forcing people to make their own decisions. That's why the Stupid Party has been losing, they don't know how to sell conservatism.

29 posted on 06/01/2007 5:43:44 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist
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To: HitmanLV

If they turned off their TVs they’d likely come to a place where they realize just how conservative we all are.

Those of us who have jobs would anyhow.


30 posted on 06/01/2007 5:43:52 PM PDT by Radix (Lighting a flame to dead leaves, and inhaling the toxic vapors associated is pretty dumb.)
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To: HitmanLV

This about when a populist outsider arrives on the scene. Should be interesting...


31 posted on 06/01/2007 5:44:07 PM PDT by durasell (!)
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To: Natural Law

I didn’t have time for the phone conversation when the WI GOP called me last week, but their return envelope and literature is sitting here on my desk awaiting rebuttal.

I’m going to steal some of your thoughts if you don’t mind. You stated it perfectly. :)


32 posted on 06/01/2007 5:44:23 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin (Save The Earth. It's The Only Planet With Chocolate.)
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To: Extremely Extreme Extremist

Ross Perot


33 posted on 06/01/2007 5:44:59 PM PDT by usmcobra (I sing Karaoke the way it was meant to be sung, drunk, badly and in Japanese)
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To: Old_Mil

I think both parties are off the reservation when it comes to the immigration issue. And i agree with you. But I also don’t think a lot of issues that light he fire of the garden variety Freeper just aren’t that important to a majority of the electorate.

As for Duncan, he can’t even get Reagen-like numbers in a GOP primary, let alone a national election. He hasn’t broken from that 2nd tier of candidates, and he won’t.

That’s not to say he isn’t a good guy.


34 posted on 06/01/2007 5:45:28 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: HitmanLV

-—Most people aren’t that extreme.-—

How extreme is Peggy Noonan?

http://www.opinionjournal.com/columnists/pnoonan/?id=110010148

“What political conservatives and on-the-ground Republicans must understand at this point is that they are not breaking with the White House on immigration. They are not resisting, fighting and thereby setting down a historical marker—”At this point the break became final.” That’s not what’s happening. What conservatives and Republicans must recognize is that the White House has broken with them. What President Bush is doing, and has been doing for some time, is sundering a great political coalition. This is sad, and it holds implications not only for one political party but for the American future.”


35 posted on 06/01/2007 5:47:06 PM PDT by claudiustg (I didn't leave the Republican Party. I was purged.)
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To: LasVegasMac

2006 “We can punish republicans for not being conservative enough to suit our tastes.”


36 posted on 06/01/2007 5:47:34 PM PDT by usmcobra (I sing Karaoke the way it was meant to be sung, drunk, badly and in Japanese)
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To: Radix

I don’t think it’s that easy or straightforward.

There are just some conservative goals that a majority just doesn’t want. Just calling it like it is.


37 posted on 06/01/2007 5:47:51 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: Radix
Bush could care less about FR.



"Ted, tell me again about your request that we herd and detain my 'conservative base' while
protecting our friends, the illegal aliens, with full amnesty."


38 posted on 06/01/2007 5:47:55 PM PDT by Diogenesis (Igitur qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum)
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To: fr_freak
Free Republic Party.

HEAR HEAR!!!

Robinson/Hunter in 2008

Everyone else is just:



I posted the below on another thread:

I told them (the RNC phone solicitors) I started givin my money to the NRA because the Republicans should be able to raise plenty of money from those who want open borders.

The Republicans leaders should just start their own party and call it the RINO Party. And they can not be Elephants because Pro Lifers, NRA members, and people who support God in Public view have called themselves Elephants for thirty years or better. Conservatives are Elephants. Rudy wants to change the Party, let him start the RINO Party. Mitt is from Massachusetts, enough said. If he wants to flip flop, let him start the RINO Party. McCain doesn't want to fund the law that Hunter sponsored to build 800 plus mile of fence, but he wants to support amnesty. Let them all go start the RINO Party.

We already have a law that says we can build a fence from California to Texas. Start building it and use the laws we have on the books now and this is no longer an issue. If you want the illegals gone, just tell me and I will pass the word to my Redneck friends. We will go to where the Mehicans work, tell them we need ten workers. Load them up in the back of the pickup. Then drive them to ICE, the border, White House and the steps of Congress. I saw a fellow do that on a video (drove them to ICE). Had me in stitches. If ICE would have been ready, it would have worked too.

I'll tell you what, I am a hard core Elephant. Been like that since the 80's. I call my self Old School Conservative. And I will tell you that this is the biggest bunch of wussies this Party has ever had as leaders. I am not talking as President. I think we have a couple good candidates (like Duncan Hunter and that guy from the 52nd district of California and he served with the 75th Rangers in Vietnam and has a son in Iraq). But I am talking about the wussies who are leading the RNC and the so called leaders of the House and Senate. I honestly think they have no clue or backbone.

The only thing that could save the Republicans is if Demorats continue to be stupider then the Republicans. Stupidity is in the Demoratic DNA, so I think the Republicans are safe. I am telling you, the Republicans are staring down the barrel of a shotgun and they still don't recognize the threat. How many of the illegal immigrants do you think will vote Republican? How many? Who cares right? The leaders of the Republican Party don't. Now, how close are the elections right now?

OK around 80% of the Cubans who come to this country do vote Republican. That is because they lived under a Commie regime and want Capitalism in a bad way. So, let all the Cubans in. Matter of fact we will trade the people for a few of our top notch Demorats like Nancy Peloser or Scary Reid. But I ask you how many Mehicans are going to vote Republican? The worst is, they come from a socialist kind of State and they will come here and vote for Demorats and tilt the balance to the Socialist Demorats. I don't think they know any better yet. They are not like Cubans.

So I submit that the Republicans who vote for Amnesty, vote to pull the trigger of the very shotgun that is held to their head.

Do I just stand by and watch? What can I really do? I already stopped sending my money to them. Should I not vote for them too? Then the commies will win. Who is left to stand for Capitalism, strong Military and Intel, the unborn baby, my 2nd Amendment, and a prayer in school? Who? the RINO and the Demorat? Good luck with that.

The 2nd worst is, I want to pick up a weapon and stand a post, but my post may be leaving me.

39 posted on 06/01/2007 5:48:22 PM PDT by do the dhue (May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I wont - George S. Patton Jr)
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To: durasell

Sure - come up the middle and make the two extremes look pretty foolish.


40 posted on 06/01/2007 5:48:52 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: Natural Law
Well if it takes eight years of Hillary to push the American people to action it will have been worth it. I am not interested in keeping score on elections, but I am interested in the long term good of the country.

After 8 years of Hillary, do you really think there will be much of a country, as WE know it, left?

You really think another 8 years of Clinton-ism is actually survivable?????

41 posted on 06/01/2007 5:48:55 PM PDT by LasVegasMac (Give me 10 days and we'll be at war with those SOB's - I'll make it look like their fault!")
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To: HitmanLV
I really do get it.

No, you don't. You are supporting the same suicidal strategy of trying to "move to the middle" that has caused the very destruction of the GOP to begin with.

Depending on the political climate, the voters can come to the conclusion to tell conservatives to take a hike. It’s not impossible, it has happened before and will happen again.

Part of the GOP's loss in the mid-terms was due to historical trends. Nobody likes to see one party in control of government. (albeit, technically there is a one-party, they're just divided by halves) But most of their loss was that they abandoned the winning conservative principles that have made them successful.

Plenty of people don’t care much about taxes. Plenty of people reject what you call traditional values. There are even plenty of people who are against a strong defense.

That's just bunk. People are concerned about taxes and the cost of government. People deep down are concerned about the unchecked growth in entitlement spending and boondoggles in other federal programs.

If FR crafted a policy platform, it would strongly appeal to as many people as one crafted by DU. That is to say, not many people.

FR is not a political party, so your comparison is specious. Now if the GOP crafted a true conservative platform like they did in 1994, people would overwhelmingly support it.

42 posted on 06/01/2007 5:49:29 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist
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To: Natural Law

Great Post!

BTTT!


43 posted on 06/01/2007 5:49:34 PM PDT by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: HitmanLV
"Most people aren’t all that liberal nor conservative. If the folks at FR crafted a platform, for example, I doubt it would appeal to more people than if the folks at DU crafted a platform."

You got it. Even party primaries are dominated by the more liberal and more conservative wings of the respective parties because these groups are the most passionate about their agendas.

Regular people, who in general are socially liberal, pro-national defense and fiscally conservative, vote in November after sorting through the fog of liberal and conservative appeals to try to come to some kind of decision making process.

44 posted on 06/01/2007 5:50:28 PM PDT by DaGman (`)
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To: HitmanLV
Most people aren’t all that liberal nor conservative. If the folks at FR crafted a platform, for example, I doubt it would appeal to more people than if the folks at DU crafted a platform.

Maybe you're too young to remember, but a conservative platform did very well in 1980, in 1984, and again in 1988. Very, very well. Landslide-victory type well.

45 posted on 06/01/2007 5:50:55 PM PDT by kevao
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To: Diana in Wisconsin

I’m originally from WI too. Maybe it’s something in the water (The well too close to the outhouse or something). Lay it on them. Remember Sen. Joe McCarthy was from Wisconsin too.


46 posted on 06/01/2007 5:51:56 PM PDT by Natural Law
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To: usmcobra
2006 “We can punish republicans for not being conservative enough to suit our tastes.”

That worked out well, didn't it?

47 posted on 06/01/2007 5:52:17 PM PDT by LasVegasMac (Give me 10 days and we'll be at war with those SOB's - I'll make it look like their fault!")
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To: claudiustg
On a scale where -100 is fruit loopy liberal, 0 is moderate, and +100 is cocopuff conservative, I’d say Peggy is about a +50 or +55.

I’d say most people in the general electorate instinctively lean conservative at a +10 or +15. though depending on circumstances, that group can range between -25 and +25.

I’d say the average Freeper is at +95 to +100. The Average DUer is at -95 to -100.

I’m at +70 or so, which around here makes me a RINO or socialist. Well, there you go.

48 posted on 06/01/2007 5:53:22 PM PDT by HitmanLV ("Lord, give me chastity and temperance, but not now." - St. Augustine)
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To: HitmanLV

Both the Republican and Democratic faithful have been ideologically boxed in. Neither will ever, ever go to the other side. Not ever. A populist would siphon off those folks.

The whole illegal immigrant thing is fascinating, though nobody wants to state the most obvious point: It can’t be halted. And even if by some miracle you do halt it, Mexico turns hugely unstable.


49 posted on 06/01/2007 5:53:33 PM PDT by durasell (!)
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To: usmcobra
Ross Perot

Bush I lost because he abandoned the Reagan legacy.

50 posted on 06/01/2007 5:53:54 PM PDT by Extremely Extreme Extremist
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