Bush Bends Fiscal Conservatives Over

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    Don't get me wrong, I think libs suck donkey dicks but i'm not going to take a conservative president abandoning his ideals once in office for expediency and ease.

    I voted for him on social issues and terrorism, he has failed on both.
     
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    Suck-up. If you pay attention you'll see many here are pissed about the out of control spending and lack of accomplishment.
     
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    My thoughts exactly P, I just thought i'd leave it up to someone else to point it out to him. Thanks my friend.
     
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    I voted for the man too OCA, but I'm no doubt just as disappointed in him as you are. I'd take my vote back if I could. Spending, out of control illegal immigration, his handling of the war in Iraq, and inaction here at home are big reasons why I think he's a piece of crap for a president. He may be the nicest guy you'd ever want to meet personally, but that's not the issue.
     
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    OK, let's say you could take 'your vote back'. Who would you give it to? That's my dilemma, GW would still get it. The Libertarian was whacked and Kerry was more than a 'no go.' I wouldn't vote for a Nazi or a communist.
     
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    OCA, I had problems with GW even before you, (go back and look). At the same time, in all honesty, what could either of us have done at the time? My reason for trying to point out his errors is not to 'throw daggers' at him personally, but help build the platform of future 'conservatives.' It's why I bother writing on dead tree stationary and emailing whenever I can.

    It's not so much a 'Bush sucks' as much as, 'Bush has every available tool to be doing so much more than he is...'
     
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    And therein lays our dilemma. Stuck between a rock an a hard place.
     
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    Fair question Kathy. I haven't had a REAL favorite for president since I voted for Steve Forbes. I voted to reelect Bush simply because he was the lessor of two evils, not because I was happy with him... and that's sad.
     

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