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July 20, 2005

Am I A Republican?

"Heh, ye-ahh...," many of you are thinking.

But if one can occasionally question their faith, why not their political affiliation? The Republican party isn't what it once was. The Democratic party isn't what it once was.

The once strong-minded and independent U.S. population is now saturated with those who seek more and more guidance, down to their incomes and moral decisions, in addition to the areas for which our government was actually established. And it grows. And those of you who have read me for any length of time know that I HATE THAT. And for that reason, I've held to the right, despite the idiocy that often encroaches upon my space.

I've been quiet about politics lately, as I've burned out a bit, the cyclical regurgitation of the same issues harshing my mellow, and the bitching thereof sounding awfully whiny.

Maintaining my mellow is the hope that social security will not be robbed from my daughter's income. So, I've done nothing drastic, though I must admit: I have contemplated once or twice...

(And, I must admit, that is one hell of a "Dear John" letter.)

posted by Key on 07:01 PM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (1)
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The GOP sucks. At least the moonbats are true believers. The Republicans always pick the worst leaders, pick the wrong fights, betray the conservative base, and pander to the prayer-sweaters. The GOP sucks. Not that I'll be voting Libertarian next cycle.

Posted by: Velociman at July 21, 2005 08:53 PM

If it helps, Velociman, I could take your first four sentences, reverse all the party affiliations, and you'd have the consensus view of the Democratic Party among liberals.

Actually, come to think of it, that's just depressing.

Posted by: The Polite Liberal at July 22, 2005 10:11 PM
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