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    PORCUS MAXIMUS Rockntractor's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike128 View Post
    Basically, I'm sick and tired of RINOs infiltrating the Republican Party, and telling people like me that we have 'nowhere else to go' on Election Day. Arlen Specter is the best example of this. I'm sure he feels more comfortable now that he is back with the DemocRATS, where he belongs. Sue Collins, Olympia Snowe and Charlie Crist are also self-serving liberal phonies.

    It's time to stop voting for the 'lesser of two evils' and cleanse the Republican Party of the liberal phonies, once and for all.

    What's the point of the Republican candidate winning, if they are going to govern like a DemocRAT anyway??
    I can't say I disagree with that too much but sometimes we do have to vote for the lesser of two evils in order to gain control of the house or senate.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post
    One note Mike has been posting this crap lately about Whitman. I suspect that if he doesn't learn to sing more that one song I going to consider him a spammer and treat his posts accordingly.
    He is a one trick pony.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaGator View Post
    One note Mike has been posting this crap lately about Whitman. I suspect that if he doesn't learn to sing more that one song I going to consider him a spammer and treat his posts accordingly.
    Well, I found an alternative to "smite button" (Yes I still remember SR using that term during Bush Jr's two terms, photographic memory's a curse, etc) ;)
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    And what's the point of running someone ideologically pure enough for you, if they're going to get completely wiped out in the November election?
    "Today, [the American voter] chooses his rulers as he buys bootleg whiskey, never knowing precisely what he is getting, only certain that it is not what it pretends to be." - H.L. Mencken
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    And what's the point of running someone ideologically pure enough for you, if they're going to get completely wiped out in the November election?
    I have no idea what "ideologically pure" means

    but if they promise to shrink federal government... I would probably vote for them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Okay , am I straight on this, you don't like her? Don't hold back, tell us how you feel son.
    I'm sure Mike meant "self-serving Billionairess Bitch " in the most sensitive way.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    And what's the point of running someone ideologically pure enough for you, if they're going to get completely wiped out in the November election?


    California is a blue state in most state-wide elections. Arnold won because he is a liberal republican. Pete Wilson was a moderate republican. Reagan was the only conservative republican governor of CA in the last 50 years.

    It doesn't make sense for a conservative republican to run, because then the moderates will either not vote or vote for Moonbeam. But if there is a better GOP choice than Moonbeam, they'll vote for that candidate.
     

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    Since this tool keeps posting this crap i'll repost this:



    I'm not really for the whole "Big Tent" thing, but everyone has their differences of opinion. American's in general have gone back and forth on different issues depending on what is going on at the time.

    for example, Jefferson HATED the Bank of the United States. But guess what financed the Louisanna Purchase?

    I'm not overlly concered on wether Whitman is Pro-life or Pro-Choice at a personal level. It's weither she is in her polices. Obviouslly she doesn't have much of a track record due to being in the private sector, but if/when she starts to consider passing pro-choice bills, THATS the time to start bitching.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post

    I'm not really for the whole "Big Tent" thing, but everyone has their differences of opinion. American's in general have gone back and forth on different issues depending on what is going on at the time.
    Oh I'm all for the big tent. :) Difference being that IMO the Big tent is conservatism. We don't have to move left to get people to come in from the cold. We just need to stand true and they'll come over. Sure they won't agree on all points, but as long as they agree with the salient points of the day - that's fine. TODAY'S salient points are economic more than social. Social issues will come back to the forefront when the economy is fixed. In the mean time however, it's time to elect fiscal conservatives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DU+NU_Reject View Post
    I have no idea what "ideologically pure" means

    but if they promise to shrink federal government... I would probably vote for them.
    Which is what Meg Whitman has promised to do. Whether or not she follows through remains to be seen but I'm willing to give her a chance. She's a whole lot better than Moonbeam that's for sure. Too bad Asshole 128 doesn't have a clue as to how politics here in California work. If he did he'd keep his pie hole shut.
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