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Reply #20 - 03/04/15 at 16:02:44
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I agree as well.  I said awhile back that I don't have all the answers but starting at the bottom was the way to go since the "top" is far too corrupt and they have the money and means to quell the competition.

By the way congrats on your posting milestone.


I thought when the Constitution Party was known as the U.S. Taxpayers Party, their platform contained a real gem, namely that it was their policy that they would not run a candidate in a race where a constitutional conservative Republican was running. In other words, having the best candidate possible in a given race win, was more important than what party he or she represented.

I like that concept, and if adopted by a nascent 3rd Party, if one comes along that gets momentum, it would put the onus on the GOP to field more consitutional conservative candidates. Political parties should be vehicles to get you where you want to go, not entities to be worshipped, IMO.

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Reply #21 - 03/04/15 at 16:53:58
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Southpaw wrote on 03/04/15 at 16:02:44:
I thought when the Constitution Party was known as the U.S. Taxpayers Party, their platform contained a real gem, namely that it was their policy that they would not run a candidate in a race where a constitutional conservative Republican was running. In other words, having the best candidate possible in a given race win, was more important than what party he or she represented.

I like that concept, and if adopted by a nascent 3rd Party, if one comes along that gets momentum, it would put the onus on the GOP to field more consitutional conservative candidates. Political parties should be vehicles to get you where you want to go, not entities to be worshipped, IMO.

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Re: Why Vote Republican?
Reply #22 - 03/04/15 at 17:29:08
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Southpaw wrote on 03/04/15 at 14:50:21:
Well said, and there are some Republicans at the national level worth voting for. Those people are almost always at odds with the GOP Establishment.

Like conservatives? If the RINOGOP spent as much time working against el-Bama as they do against conservatives, some of the outrages of el-Bama would be curbed.
  

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Reply #23 - 03/04/15 at 17:30:35
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andy144 wrote on 03/04/15 at 17:29:08:
Like conservatives? If the RINOGOP spent as much time working against el-Bama as they do against conservatives, some of the outrages of el-Bama would be curbed.


Absolutely. The Democrats and Establishment Republicans have a common enemy - conservatives.
  

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Re: Why Vote Republican?
Reply #24 - 03/04/15 at 17:34:00
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Southpaw wrote on 03/04/15 at 17:30:35:
Absolutely. The Democrats and Establishment Republicans have a common enemy - conservatives.

They have everything in common. There is no substantial policy disagreements between country club, progressive RINOs and the Dimocrap party.
  

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