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Date Posted: 11:12:15 04/25/07 Wed
Author: TastingTheBlood
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In reply to: Jay 's message, "I certainly wouldn't vote for him . . ." on 07:31:23 04/25/07 Wed

"The fact that he is being called a Benedict Arnold by Rush tells me that he's doing something right."

True, True! LOL... However, I sometimes wonder if this whole 'opposition in congress' thing is nothing more than a scam, a way to make it appear they care.

One of the biggest indicators to me is that the Republicans and the Democrats have NEVER been so close in their doctrines, sayings, and platforms as they are now. Look at all of the issues and there aren't many that have major differences that stand out. Even issues like 2nd amendment rights, abortion, gay marriage, etc... Neither platform elaborates much on these so-called "differences."

HOWEVER, even with having views as close as they have been for a century, the arguments, pointing fingers, and illusions of differences have NEVER been greater. So, it went from this:

GOP<-----------------little arguments-------------->DNP

to this:


So, basically, even though it appears he is doing something about the War of American aggression (which, he MAY be), part of me thinks its just an act.

My home bishop in Pennsylvania is thinking about trying to revoke the temple recommends of every democrat in the ward. (which, I doubt are many, but besides the point. LOL) When he was interviewed about becomming bishop, he expressed this opinion and was denied that ability by the stake president, a democrat. Anyways, he is very outspoken against Harry Reid having a recommend. This is the result of this possible "act" being put on by congress under the direction of a central power figure.

Kellen Nebelski

BTW... Weren't Republicans against NAFTA when Clinton proposed it? Weren't Democrats against CAFTA when Bush proposed it? Something is not right here.

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