ShamMol said:I agree, but tacitly. Sometimes, I just take the same side, but provide different reasoning, other times, using the reasoning, but adding on a qualifier. I agree for the most part, but I also feel that modifications are necessary and thus still agree, but need to add or subtract subpoints.
LaMidRighter said:As my name suggests, I am a mid-righter, I don't agree with some of the censorship issues that are brought about from my side, however, I believe fully in monetary freedom, naturally, direct threats to the economy should be dealt with which is why we have the SEC.
For the most part, I think for myself and one problem I have is that the republican party is currently not practicing what we preach about fiscal responsibility.
So true, and the Democrats can say that about the Republicans. President Bush took all the wind out of their sails. It is unfortunate for the country as a whole that we have moved so far to the left.When asked if he'd run for president again in 1952, he said: "I have no further need to run. The Democrats have adopted my entire platform."
What is in the water up in Maine? Too far to the left? You're saying that the Congress, Executive branch and Judicial branch are too liberal or liberal?Squawker said:It is unfortunate for the country as a whole that we have moved so far to the left.
And better yet, your basis for this comment. Let's see, what principles are we adopting now that we weren't before? What beliefs are being instilled into us that are liberal?26 X World Champs said:What is in the water up in Maine? Too far to the left? You're saying that the Congress, Executive branch and Judicial branch are too liberal or liberal?
Either way that is one scary belief you have there. Exactly who are these madly liberal Republicans, please name them for us?