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Old 01-14-2009, 08:03 AM   #11
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Republicans, on the otherhand, have no issues pandering to the public. They haven't made one smart move since the middle 90s when they won the house.
And they've managed to lose their base in the process. The radio talking heads are yakking about the "end of the Republican Party" as well as a new "third" party. History repeats itself; the Southern Dems went through the same crises in the '60s with civil rights. Shades of George Wallace!!
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Old 01-14-2009, 08:22 AM   #12
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I apologize if I've misconstrued your politics, but most of your posts are clearly conservative by any reasonable measure. Conservative and libertarian are virtually synonomous in today's politics. Less government, lower taxes, etc.
I freely admit that the Dems are more fun to harass than the Pubs. But there's not much room in the Pub Party for libertarians any more. If I lean towards the Cons at all its just because I see them as only jogging towards the Total State rather then running full tilt. Plus, the Pubs are really boring while the Dems have attracted every moonbat in the country which makes them a gold mine of entertainment value. Sort of like a National K-Mart Blue Light Komedy Special. The Pubs give us Larry Craig while the Dems give us Arec Barwin. There's no comparison really.
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Old 01-14-2009, 08:29 AM   #13
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Conservative and libertarian are virtually synonomous...
Wrong.





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Old 01-14-2009, 08:37 AM   #14
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I freely admit that the Dems are more fun to harass than the Pubs. But there's not much room in the Pub Party for libertarians any more. If I lean towards the Cons at all its just because I see them as only jogging towards the Total State rather then running full tilt. Plus, the Pubs are really boring while the Dems have attracted every moonbat in the country which makes them a gold mine of entertainment value. Sort of like a National K-Mart Blue Light Komedy Special. The Pubs give us Larry Craig while the Dems give us Arec Barwin. There's no comparison really.
Oh yeah, the dems have that special place in my heart for ridicule. The pubs aren't nearly as entertaining. They have religion, gay issues, porn hang-ups, and other fake moral issues. Which are really annoying, but not nearly as colorful as the demo's short comings.

The parties mascots are perfect for each other.

The elephant illustrating a slow lumbering, inefficient movement that appears to be a bit bloated with stupid issues while attempting to shove their long nose into places it shouldn't be.

And with the other party you have the jackass.
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Old 01-14-2009, 09:00 AM   #15
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"A well-armed populace..." Agreed.

Sounds like a change of heart since the last time we spoke on this issue. You are all for 'reasonable restrictions' of the Second Amendment. I'm for owning and operating any weapons that can possibly be used against me.
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Old 01-14-2009, 09:26 AM   #16
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Sounds like a change of heart since the last time we spoke on this issue. You are all for 'reasonable restrictions' of the Second Amendment. I'm for owning and operating any weapons that can possibly be used against me.
Yeah, I've reconsidered the issue and changed my mind.
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Old 01-14-2009, 09:40 AM   #17
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Yeah, I've reconsidered the issue and changed my mind.
You are such a liar! I am sending my regards with Buz. He's going to give you a big sloppy kiss whe he sees you!
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Old 01-14-2009, 09:48 AM   #18
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No, I'm serious. This trend toward private military has me very concerned, and I think that if the government knows that there is a lot of firepower in the hands of private citizens, it's a restraining force against abuse of power. I don't think any crackhead should be able to buy an AK 47 on the street, but law-abiding citizens should be able to buy whatever they want.
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Old 01-14-2009, 10:00 AM   #19
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My personal favorite is the big signs in the backs of minivans and SUV windows, the ones that have "Marrige is" and a stick figure man+woman+son+daughter etc..I guess you just need to draw pictures for some people. I'm ok with gays getting married myself, why should straight people be the only ones to suffer?

As far as Oblamas minions, frightening parallels indeed, it's a short step from a non-elected political organization loyal to the President instead of the Constitution to a shadow government controled by the President not bound by the Constitution.

The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich should be required reading in school these days, never forget that Hitler and the Nazis were legally elected and all the powers he usurped from Von Bismark were legally approved by the German people and government.
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Old 01-14-2009, 10:20 AM   #20
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So, did the Patriot Act bother anybody here? How about the secret prisons? The torture? Was that ok because it was Bush?
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