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Tuesday, February 01, 2011


The most important fact to know about American politics is that all Democrats are liberals, but not all Republicans are conservatives.

Democrats and Republicans were indistinguishable by the 2006 midterms. In our last presidential race, conservatives had a choice between two socialists; one had an ‘R’ beside his name. These were win-win scenarios for liberals, conservatives didn’t need to vote.

In Washington, newly elected Republicans will be considered uninvited guests of the ruling class political elite and their biased liberal media. Republicans who support pieces of their Marxist agenda will be accepted into this exclusive club. They will receive invitations to the cocktail parties and to appear on network so-called “news” programs without the “gotcha” questions. To get re-elected they must remember who their real friends are.

About the only differences between President Bush and a Democrat was his honesty, integrity, tax cuts, reverence for our military and the ‘R’ beside his name. He was never a conservative. He did things like expand entitlement programs and called for amnesty for illegal aliens. The mainstream media still campaigned against him. Democrats are still obsessed with him.

John McCain is a liberal who spent his career voting like a Democrat. He and candidate Obama didn’t disagree on much. Once the media secured McCain’s nomination over more conservative challengers in the primaries, they dumped him to campaign for the unqualified radical with the ‘D’ beside his name.

Americans have expectations of Republicans that don’t include compromise. We expect things like deep cuts to entitlement spending, permanent tax cuts, drilling and the full repeal of the unconstitutional Obama/Conrad-Care. We expect our borders to be secured and illegal aliens sent home. We would love to see Nancy Pelosi’s taxpayer funded party jet on EBay.

If Republicans stand up for freedom, they will be despised by the ruling class. They will miss the cocktail parties.  They will be demonized by the media. They will be loved by the people.

We sent Republicans back to Washington to represent the people, not the ruling class minority.  They are on probation. We can always vote third party next time.

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