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Has the Conservative wing of the GOP gone the way of the Sony walkman

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8 years of Clinton, 8 years of Bush, 4 years of Obama, could be more, but even if he does lose to Romney 24 years straight a Liberal has been in the White House. True of False?

 

:snr:

 

Why would a liberal be opposed to another liberal?

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Why would a liberal be opposed to another liberal?

 

its not enough to be a big spender and big govt supporter......you have to spend and grow govt the correct way too.......

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its not enough to be a big spender and big govt supporter......you have to spend and grow govt the correct way too.......

 

I got it, the liberal republican is a little less feminine...

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I got it, the liberal republican is a little less feminine...

 

exactly.....lemme help ya out on the differences.......assuming all increased spending was the same ill just point out the good and bad areas to spend money

 

military=BAD

any socialist give away program (medicare, SS, etc)=GOOD fair compasionate

 

INcrease taxes

 

on the 47% who pay ZERO= BAD, heartless, mean spsirited

On the top1% who create the jobs= GOODoak the rich baby

 

Decrease taxes (how can we fund tax cuts ;))

 

on the 47% who pay zero already= GOOD they deserve a refund (read susbidy)

on the 1% who pay most of the taxes.........I think you get the idea.

 

penalize success, reward failure.......

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I kinda pity partisan Republicans who can't embrace what they are,



and try to pretend they are "conservative"



 



it's an endless cycle of supporting Republican politicians,



then running from their liberal legacy.



 



it's sad.


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for the record,

social conservatives really exist,

fiscal conservatives exist ONLY in campaign rhetoric.

 

and again - I'll take a sharp stick in the eye rather than 4 more years of Obama

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Change it had to come

We knew it all along

We were liberated from the fall that's all

But the world looks just the same

And history ain't changed

'Cause the banners, they all flown in the last war

 

 

 

 

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Are there or have there ever been any fiscally conservative Liberals?

 

there was once a rumored strain called the blue dogs. but you cant find them they went along with every vbig spedning thing the party bosses told them to in the end. they just made some noise about not wanintg to, so they could be reeelected next time.

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Conservatives will all vote for Romney. It's the same bargain they made with Bush and the results will be the same (hopefully we won't be mired in two more invasions and the unwitting victim of a massive terror strike). "conservatives" like Bush and Romney like to increase spending and decrease taxes (creating debt). Combining two off the books undeclared wars, an unfunded prescription med program and a tax cut hardly qualifies as fiscally conservative. Puppet master Dick Cheney famously declared that, "debt doesn't matter". But that's how it was.

Liberals like to pay up front: Spend more while increasing taxes. Obama may be more republican than he is democratic....that's sad eh? Of course, Presidents can only sign what's presented to them so congress is really to blame for our situation.

Conservatism is DOA in the GOP.

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