I'll grant you that highly-charged words like Socialist, Racist, and Muslim-sympathizer create instant controversy. Perhaps those of us on the right should refrain from name-calling. However, we have elected a radical government that is substantially farther Left than most of us have experienced in our lifetimes. We are grasping for a reasonable way to summarize:
*Serial apologies to the Arab world about the evils of the United States of America and the wonderful contributions of Islam to the global family.
*A headlong rush to ram socialized medicine down the throats of the American people who are clearly vehemently opposed to it.
*A federal budget that leads to fiscal disaster for the country.
*Civilian trials for people who are involved in an ongoing war against our country.
*Miranda rights and presumption of innocence for the Underwear Bomber.
I don't know, Rick. Can you provide us with some concise politically correct descriptions for this President?Comment Posted By RichmondG30 On 3.02.2010 @ 13:29
I am officially calling on Kathleen Parker to step down. Her writing has become quite pedestrian. She is one of the few NRO writers who I no longer read because she rarely has anything interesting to say.Comment Posted By RichmondG30 On 26.09.2008 @ 22:59
The only way to have any credibility on the issue of destroying the power of special interests and cleaning house in Washington would be for every Republican candidate to pledge to serve no more than 6 years (one Senate term or three House terms). The reason nobody believes those who run on the platform of "reform" or "cleaning up Washington" is because, once elected, they settle into the cozy office and start attending the nice parties with the good booze and getting the free Redskins tickets and THEY NEVER LEAVE! For God's sake, look at Congress since the Democratic agents of change took power!
They need a modern day version of the Contract with America that every candidate can SIGN. Problem is the Republican party is not willing to do that. They don't want real change. They are still just trying to find a way to obtain power, and "reform" rolls off the tongue so nicely...
We reap what we sow.Comment Posted By RichmondG30 On 19.09.2008 @ 07:40
I hate McCain.
I will vote for McCain in November.Comment Posted By RichmondG30 On 9.02.2008 @ 23:07
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