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I Think I Owe an Apology to George W. Bush.

Moonbat Exterminator Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 10:45 AM
After winning the 2000 election, W announced that upon taking office he would introduce a "new tone" of bipartisanship in DC. It was a noble idea, but Quixotic at best. He apparently failed to disccern that cooperation is a two way street and the Dems had no intention whatsoever of participating in real bipartisanship.
Alice153 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 11:18 AM
Democrats are not in the habit of cooperation. They will stick to their idealogy no matter how it hurts the country and their followers will cheer them as they run to borders to avoid doing the business they were hired to do. Liberalism is not a practical ideal; but, it appeals to masses who have no ideas of their own.
Kenneth405 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 11:45 AM
Dem's stick to their strategy. If you disagree, Read Ayn Rands essay titled "Man's Rights"
In ther you will find their 1960 platform. It's taken 50 years but yhey accomplished the goal's in that platform. Ayn Rand' novel "Atlas Shrugged" told us and few have taken heed. Go see the movie currently showing in theatres or the DVD when when it's available. The street scenes show us what 2016 will look like. Part I of the movie actually begins indicating September 2016 as the time frame. Part II simply says "sometime in the future".

William F. Buckley once noted that he was 19 when the Cold War began at the Yalta conference. The year the Berlin Wall came down, he became a senior citizen. In other words, he explained, anti-Communism was a defining feature of conservatism his entire adult life. Domestically, meanwhile, the right was largely a "leave me alone coalition": Religious and traditional conservatives, overtaxed businessmen, Western libertarians, and others fed up with government social engineering and economic folly. The foreign policy battle against tyrannical statism abroad only buttressed the domestic antagonism toward well-intentioned and occasionally democratic statism at home.

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