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Forward to What, Democrats?

SJGulitti Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 1:32 PM
If this election really turns out to be a battle of the bases and the Republicans lose then part of that loss may be a direct result of having structured a political platform that alienated more potential voters than it engaged. What’s most interesting is not how much the Republican platform differs from that of today’s Democrats, it’s how drastically it differs from their own of 1980. In the interest of a balanced discussion see "The G.O.P. and a Platform Built for the Past?" ;
bgmk Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 5:03 PM
Don't give a sheite. I got NOTHING in common with the Moronic MYTHICAL "Middle" "Moderates" who sniff after the Commiequeers* like beeches in Heat. I remain, with the Founders, at American Home Plate, God Endowed Unalienable Individual Rights and the Extremely Severely Radically LIMITED Government Republic and Constitution that exists SOLELY to secure those rights. The Moron Mythical Moderates can sniff after the commiequeers OVER the Left Field Wall, Out the Back of the Stadium, Down the Dark Alley and UNDER the Manhole into the Sewer if they want, I'm sticking to home plate. Eff them.
bgmk Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 5:05 PM
*my semantically accurate usage for the "Terminologial Inexactitudes" "liberal"
"left" "progressive".
If the ModPhaggots want to reup for a Sloppy Seconds buttrape by BlackBerry let em. It will only Bring On American Revolution v3.0 that much faster when, as Pete Townsend put it "the shotguns sing the song" and REAL Solutions for Extremely Radically Severely LIMITED Government will be emplaced.
Richard1805 Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 5:27 PM
Although I agree in principle with your positions, I think you need to increase the dosage of your medications for a while.
Northern Patriot Wrote: Sep 12, 2012 6:50 PM
You're a good example of why so many independents can't take the conservative movement seriously!

"Forward" is a perfectly appropriate slogan for progressives.

Progress suggests forward or upward motion. That's why revolutionaries and radicals as well as liberal incrementalists have always embraced some derivation of the forward trope. So ingrained are these directional concepts in our political language, we often forget they are mere geographic metaphors applied -- and often misapplied -- to policy disputes.

For instance, some on the left might see enrolling more people on food stamps as a step in the right direction, moving us "forward" to a more generous and all-encompassing welfare state. But other self-described progressives might see a swelling of...