The Rules of Being a Republican

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    Sep 07, 2008 4:18 PM GMT
    1. The Constitution is just a worthless piece of paper. The only document that matters is the Bible.
    2. People that demand Constitutional rights are just un-American liberal commie scum.
    3. Checks and balances are for sissies, all we need is a strong president and everything will be fine.
    4. The economy is good when the top 5% double or triple their wealth. It's bad when their taxes go up a few percentage points.
    5. The only support minorities and immigrants need is a job as a bus boy, farm hand, road crew, housekeeper, etc.
    6. Freedom of choice means either having a baby out of wedlock, a shotgun wedding because of pregnancy, or giving up the baby for adoption... Unless you plan to run for office, then abortions are OK.
    7. Democracy isn't something for a nation to grow and develop, rather, it has to be imposed at the barrel of a gun.
    8. If you're not an evangelical Christian who accepts the party's word as gospel truth, then you should just move to France.
    9. Critical thought is for pussies, we elect leaders to do the thinking for us, unless they do actually use critical thought, then they are a flip flopper and need to be kicked out of office.
    10. All public policies must be based on the Bible and approved by God (or his representative, the leader of the Republican party)

    Feel free to add if I left anything out. icon_lol.gif
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    Sep 07, 2008 7:59 PM GMT
    Let me say I understand your frustration, but there are some very moderate republicans that are very reasoned people and are as upset as you (well close) about this idiot in the White House.

    I would get involved in the process and help elect candidates that more reflect your views, whether democratic or others.
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    Sep 07, 2008 8:10 PM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidLet me say I understand your frustration, but there are some very moderate republicans that are very reasoned people and are as upset as you (well close) about this idiot in the White House.

    I would get involved in the process and help elect candidates that more reflect your views, whether democratic or others.


    Yeah I tried that, but the Media didn't like my candidate, so he got zero air time and when he was on, he was called a kook and fringe.
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    Sep 07, 2008 10:13 PM GMT
    conativejj saidYeah I tried that, but the Media didn't like my candidate, so he got zero air time and when he was on, he was called a kook and fringe.


    Wait you supported Kucinich!??! Awesome!
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    Sep 08, 2008 12:26 PM GMT
    TigerTim said
    conativejj saidYeah I tried that, but the Media didn't like my candidate, so he got zero air time and when he was on, he was called a kook and fringe.


    Wait you supported Kucinich!??! Awesome!


    Both him AND Ron Paul.
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    Sep 08, 2008 10:33 PM GMT
    I know a cat named Ron Paul.
    I know a mean rooster named Obama.
  • Koaa2

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    Sep 08, 2008 11:06 PM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidLet me say I understand your frustration, but there are some very moderate republicans that are very reasoned people and are as upset as you (well close) about this idiot in the White House.

    I would get involved in the process and help elect candidates that more reflect your views, whether democratic or others.


    They should be ashamed of themselves, they voted for him twice, and will do it again. So no pity from me. I only wish that those who vote Republican, would feel the pain themselves, and the rest of us would not!