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Pharisees and Sadducees of the GOP

scJazz Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 8:48 PM
Gee, what you see as "fake conservatives" screwing things up, I see as "true conservatives" holding the fat cat massive government RINOs feet to the fire. McCain lost because none of us saw him as a "true conservative". Ditto Mr. Pretty Milquetoast what was his name again? When we are defining a "true conservative" we are looking for someone, anyone, who actually voted in a real way, not the fake votes that will never pass, but a real vote for a budget cut that actually passes. Give us this much, give us a candidate who held spending in their venue to ZERO growth. For real, not screwing with the numbers ZERO growth. Give us one who actually reduces real spending in a factual negative value and we, the "true conservatives" will rejoice!
JustMC Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 12:42 AM
Jazz, nobody has done that, but it doesn't matter. The people we should vote for are the ones who, win or lose, ALWAYS vote for small government and upholding the Constitution. There are so few that none have really managed to find a local majority who do so. But that doesn't matter. Show me the dependable small-government Constitutionalist and I will vote for him and no one else.
Earl29 Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 12:10 AM
Give us that, too, Jazz. So far you haven't.

Every Republican knows another Republican who agrees with them on 99% of the issues, yet will attack them relentlessly over the 1% of issues they disagree upon. Instead of uniting against the left, these busybodies waste countless hours criticizing other Republicans. They will frequently do it under the ruse of being the “true conservatives,” claiming that anyone who does not agree with them is not conservative enough. Yet the 1% of issues they disagree with others on are often arbitrarily decided and not legitimate issues. Mitt Romney was criticized for being too moderate of a Republican presidential candidate, yet he ran...

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