warrior of the wetlands
- Oct 12, 2005
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- Libertarian - Right
Of course it's not a sure bet, but I heard that the Republicans would not support her.as of now that appears to be correct but I just watched a bunch of pollsters who said its not a sure bet for dems
All the GOP needs to do is go back to their conservative rootsRepublicans have just been sent another message. I wonder how lonl before they learn that the days RINOs are numbered.
This is another step toward Restoration of our Nation. I believe the Founding Fathers would be pleased but cautious not to get too cocky. Yet.
The republicans will support her. But their chances to win this seat have gone down dramatically. It seems that the best ( and perhaps only) effective weapon the democrats have is the tea party.Of course it's not a sure bet, but I heard that the Republicans would not support her.
Christine O'Donnell's Views On Sex And Porn Take Social Conservatism To The Extreme | TPMDC
I think she can win. The enthusiasm is there that's for sure. We just need to get behind her.as of now that appears to be correct but I just watched a bunch of pollsters who said its not a sure bet for dems
That's funny. I though most Independents were Independents because they are not happy with EITHER party.Independents will decide it and they are not happy with democrats
Why is conservative vs liberal the only choice that qualifies as a "real choice"? Why is liberal vs moderate, or moderate vs conservative, not "real choices"? Why is moderate automatically "liberal-lite"?We'll just wait and see come Nov. At least now they'll have a real choice, conservative or liberal, not liberal and liberal-lite.
If an Evangelical Christian gets elected....so be it. As for your question, Do I think that social conservatives should have representation in government? If I had my way, no. I think that their big government social agenda is completely contrary to everything that this country represents. If the GOP were to return to the roots of "conservatism" aka the Barry Goldwater platform, that would be a "True Conservative" platform that actually might garner some respect.So social conservatives and evangelical Christians should have no representation in government?