Friday, June 29, 2007
Okay, I cheated, a second question.
Why will our legislative body not enforce the law?
Okay, I cheated again, another question.
Why do soccer moms wilt at the knees and go sappy over immigration?
Okay I am cheating once more, but this is the last cheat of the evening.
Why do liberals hate the idea of 50+ million brown skinned people being free?
Why are these people jerks?
IMPEACH THE PRESIDENT AND THE VICE PRESIDENT, THEY ARE TRAITORS TO AMERICA, AND SO ARE ALL OF THEIR SUPPORTERS. IMPEACH! ANYONE IN CONGRESS WHO REFUSES TO SAVE OUR UNION FROM THESE TRAITORS BY DOING NOTHING NEEDS TO BE RECALLED. SAVE OUR TROOPS!!! SAVE OUR SCHOOLS AND HOSPITALS AND JOBS. FEED OUR HUNGRY AND POOR!
SAVE THE DROWNING PEOPLE IN NEW ORLEANS! ANYONE WHO MENTIONS PARIS HILTON ONE MORE TIME MUST DIE!
But conservative Republicans, no matter how angry they are at Bush
today, in fact agree with nearly all of his major initiatives:
The areas of disagreement, while often intense, are dwarfed by the
- Aggressively fighting the war, expanding and rebuilding the military, and
trying to transform it into a 21st-century fighting force;
- Lowering taxes and making the cuts permanent;
- Security measures such as the Patriot Act, the NSA al-Qaeda intercept
program, the SWIFT surveillance program, National Security Letters, and so forth;
- Allowing faith-based organizations to fully participate in charitable
- Reform of Social Security, MediCare, and other
entitlement programs to introduce at least some element of privatization;
- The various border-security and employer-enforcement provisions of the
recently killed immigration bill, all of which Bush supports (and none of which the Democrats support);
- Appointing federal judges who believe in judicial restraint;
- Firm opposition to abortion and embryonic stem-cell research,
particularly federal funding;
- Unwavering support for traditional marriage and opposition to same-sex "marriage".
areas of complete agreement; and in one of the areas of disagreement, federal
spending, Republicans are just as complicit as the president and hardly in a
position to throw stones.
I believe the handlers in the Democrat party have figured out that the way to fracture the Republican and Conservative base is by helping to highlight the differences between them and Bush. This is their plan for winning the presidency and retaining congress. I see it working.
Bush is stubborn. This stubbornness is applauded when discussing Iraq and disdained when speaking of immigration among conservatives. ReedPelosi see this and are using it to make Bush, thus Republicans, more unpopular. We are getting played.
I won't participate because I am too busy working towards a Republican victory in 2008. Democrats scare me more than any Republican. Their policies mean a nightmare for not just the 50+ million newly freed people of Iraq and Afghanistan, but also for hundreds of millions of people around the world and here in America.
It's a complex world. Get used to it.