Discussion in 'Politics' started by Bonnie, Oct 13, 2005.
You ain't lyin' baby!
Watch. Just watch.
All I'll say is that if the Dems are relying on this non-existant "conservative crackup" they are set to take another beating in '06.
This is like every other headline news item that everybody thinks will DESTROY THE REPUBLICANS!!!!!1!!1!!one! and come three months later nobody remembers what the big deal was. Schiavo anyone?
I agree but I am troubled by the lack of unity within the party and Im hoping this doesn't cost us seats in 06 because any Democrat majority that gets in will do absolutely NOTHING but make it their mission to ruin Bush by not passing any leglislation even if it's good for the country.............Just as they do now!!
What is the lack of unity in your party? I see little evidence of that.
Actually Im not a republican so much as a conservative, so I was referring more to the Conservative base. But it is everywhere stemming from the displeasure at Bush's large fiscal spending, his lack of committment on securing our borders, and now his pick for a new justice. Some of that anger is warranted I think, but it's much more important to get things in order now rather than just implode like the Dems are doing.
Ahh, okay. I think that Conservatives should get together and write another Contract with America.
Or they could just get together and grow a pair. Everytime I hear of those idiots sacrificing an agenda platform in the name of "cooperation" with the likes of Kennedy I want to puke.
The whole reason alot of conservatives are saying they're going to stay home next election is because their work on the last two didn't matter at all. All they have to do to turn out the base (pssst...that's who elects them) is act like a majority and start ramming things through. Because nobody is going to get off their asses for a bunch of wimps who cower in abject fear at every NYT editorial.
Singing my song now!! :teeth:
Here's someone else who shares your concern about disunity among the conservatives, Bonnie.
By Lisa Fabrizio, The Conservative Voice
October 14, 2005
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