Oh no, this guy can't be a real consevative can he?

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    depends on what the litmus test is for "real conservative" today.
     
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    lol, how true
     
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    How can Conservatives look good arguing against the American system of jurisprudence?
     
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    Guy makes a good point - isn't the seperation of powers a good thing to conservatives?
     
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    The Federalist Society is closely aligned with ACORN, George Soros and NAMBLA.
     
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    Funding and history

    The Federalist Society is funded by member dues and by grants, many from conservative organizations.[original research?]

    The society was begun by a group including Edwin Meese, Robert Bork, Ted Olson, David M. McIntosh, and Steven Calabresi, and its members have included Supreme Court justices Antonin Scalia, John G. Roberts and Samuel Alito.[6]
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    yep they sure sound like a bunch of libs to me
     
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    yeah, this guy's conservative creditials seem pretty clear cut
     

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