Let’s Hear It For the GOP!

billrob

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I think it is time that we all stood up and gave the Republican Party a big round of applause. I mean, they have done us all a huge favor. By an overwhelming majority, the GOP has prevented a potential plague from enveloping these United States of America, and I think it is time that we acknowledged it. Yes, the GOP stopped a potential catastrophe. Without the combined efforts of millions of Republicans, there is no telling what kind of disaster might have ensued. Let’s hear it for the GOP! Hip Hip Hooray!

http://buchanan.org/blog/?p=972
 



D3Lifer

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I'm glad to see someone mention Rockefeller and the CFR. That group of globalists has increased it's influence on our leadership to the point of being a "shadow gov't". It's time we the people took a long hard look at the way our leadership is selling us down the river.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div>
This election is gonna be a no win for many of us...[/b]
Read, all of us.

Ron Paul wasn't the answer either. I don't think he would be an effective leader, but MOST of what he stands for is right on. I hope that a significant number of voters write him in, or vote for him if he runs independent. A 10-12% showing for him might provide a course correction for the GOP, especially if it loses them the election.

I'm still torn between voting my conscience, and voting McCain because he'd be better than either of the Dems.
 

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I voted for Pat in the 2000 Primary ( advantage of being first in the nation), and remain very proud of that. I still agree with Pat. Except that Ron Paul is no leader. He is right on most of the issues but is/was the wrong guy. As is McCain. I still maintain O'bama will do much less damage because he will be week and ineffective pushing his socialist agenda through congress. The republicans will fight him tooth and nail due primarily to party affiliations and not philosophical differences. Where as they won't do a thing to stop McCain, same as they didn't oppose Bush on ANYTHING. They may be in the minority but there are still plenty of tools of obstruction they have at there disposal (if only they'd grow a set).
S/T
 


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