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GOP Whistling Past the End of America

sdc4steve Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 8:06 PM
Am a lifer Republican, but no conservative. A flag wagging, law and order type, that believes that the constitution is not “a list of suggestions” somehow to be gotten around, because of my better ideas or traditions. Never was so foolish as to think that the essential and vital services you take so for granted would not cost money, and lots of it, or that creating good stable jobs in my local community with my tax dollar was a bad for the economy, but something that keeps taxes and governance close to the people it supposed to serve. Public employees do not equally benefit with the private sector during boom –times, either. A large part of the work-force less affected by the swings of the economy is a good thing. I have seen what State...

An election almost as important as the presidential election will be held next Tuesday, and conservatives aren't making a big deal of it, just as they didn't make a fuss over the 2008 Minnesota Senate election as Al Franken stole it from under their noses. (Gov. Tim Pawlenty: "Minnesota has a reputation for clean and fair and good elections. We've got 4,100 precincts run by volunteers. They do a good job, and we thank them.")

The public sector unions are trying to oust Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker from office for impinging on their princely, taxpayer-supported lifestyles. If Walker goes down, no...