For the life of me, I cannot figure out why so-called supporters of limiting government (i.e. gov't power, entitlement programs, gov't influence in schools, gov't departments etc.) can support George W. Bush with a straight face. Bush, with a Republican Congress (up until the last election) has spearheaded the largest expansion of government since the socialist Great Society of LBJ. That should be an embarrassment to anyone who voted for him. A big part of voting is supporting ideas, not parties or people. Unfortunately, this is ignored by too many and they get stuck voting for parties (ahem, TWO parties) that have little difference of position on any given issue. Either the republicans who voted for Bush were handcuffed to the party or republicans are really supporters of socialism. Which one is it?