I also do not believe the Bush word is bible.
Wasn't directing it at you.
How so? If you would, please expand on this.
The first political forum argument I entered was with a reactionary rep/con who was sure that Dean had forced the US gov't to search for and find the remains of his brother/cousin/relative who tried to hike across Cambodia/Laos. She never did provide proof that Dean ramrodded the initiative and all I could find was that it had happened. She was the first of many rep/cons who called me a Bush-hater. The only reason I could see for that name calling was that I didn't fall lock-step behind her views.
The opinions of Sean Hannity and Michael Savage (who seems to be swimming further and further from mainstream America!) are parroted across a lot of political debate forums. No individuality!
Righteous, smug, hard-headed, sounds like me and a lot of others on the left and right.
So is that supposed to convince me it's OK?
For two forums you have tried to convince someone,anyone, that I think this way. Your continual adherence to this belief doesn't make it true, it just makes you single-minded and close-minded.
The Democratic party in the past has represented anti-war, small business, the individual worker, social assistance and extending a helping hand. It has also supported pro-choice.
Those are ideals I support.
In 1980, I supported Rep, Jon Anderson in his Independent
He was a Republican congressman for about 20 years.
Going French on us, are you Andrew?