posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 11:25 AM
Observer, I was not referring to the rank and file Dems in reference to this scandal. It is not your fault that the dem. politicians are more
interested in politics and gaining power thanthey are what is good for the country. It is not your doing or fault.
The conservative movement is not so much as result of money-spending as it is the political climate of the recent past swinging too far to the left.
The unconstitutional social reengineering, political correctness, judicial activism (not to mention the democrats in congress blocking any nomination
other than a democratic judicial activist), anti-Christian and anti-family moves has sickened many people. The majority of Americans do not adhere to
the society destroying doctrine that has taken over the Democratic party. The Christian Coalition (which, by the way, has not been a player for quite
some time) did not destroy the intelligencia of the RNC, nor did it cause them to leave. The Christian Coalition's goals are not destructive to the
nation, but are in keeping with the original intentions of the Founding Fathers, for the most part. The DNC, on the other hand, has been more
interested in undermining the family, destroying the moral base of the nation which has kept it strong, is trying to remove the God of our
forefathers, the One that has been recognized since the beginning of this nation, and is trying to change the economic structure to match those of
failing socialistic nations. These are the things that is destroying the DNC, not my conservative Christian values, which are IAW how things ought to
be if one would like to be in keeping with the origins of this nation.
Reardless, the Democratic party is more interested in obstructism and politics than it is in doing the will of the people and governing the country
properly. This is a shame, since there is no decent party anywhere anymore. The Dems are, as a party, too far left, and the Reps, as a party, talk
conservatism and constitution, but do little in setting us back on the correct course, and neither are worth a hill of beans at communicating what
needs to be done to the citizenry.