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Very true. Romney's "Reagan conservatives" in 2012 are we Ron Paul Republicans, and he hates us with the save ferver that George hated the Reaganites. Perhaps more.
Same. I wan't planning on voting for Obama-lite anyway, but this is a good indicator that my decision was right.
No, it's not. You vote for the best guy for the job, even if you have to write his name in.
Anyone "appears" conservative next to Obama. GW Bush talked a helluva game, but governmed like a progressive. We need a true, small-gov conservative. We do not have that choice in 2012.
romney has yet to say where and/or how he will CUT SPENDING. If no government is cut, no recovery will happen. Romney is no conservative.
Romney is not a conservative. Don't pee on my leg and tell me it's raining.
Soldiers must be held accountable for their actions in the line of duty. To think otherwise is to invite Nazi-like thinking, to invite disaster. That being said, the responsibility rests on the shoulders of the politicians who put those brave souls in situations where their honor may be impuned by poor decisions made in haste, or in the heat of battle. A democratic republic has no business fighting protracted wars, being involved in unconstitutional police actions and nation building. This invites disaster on every level. Ultimately, it falls on us, the people, the voter, the citizen, first and foremost to raise our children with honor, and hold ourselves to that honor; and second, to elect men of courage and integrity to office.
"Healthcare" isn't the same as "health insurance".
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Supreme Court Hypocrisies

TexasChris Wrote: Jul 09, 2012 9:05 AM
When a panel of federal employees is tasked with judging the validity of federal power, we can scarcely expect it to find many limits to that power. Foxes guarding the henhouse.
The GOP candidate can be a nice guy if he's got the answers. Rmoney doesn't have any different answers than Obama. To see a real nice guy with real free-market answers, look at Ron Paul.
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