posted on Nov, 11 2002 @ 11:01 AM
Originally posted by ~iluv2act~
If he does as well now as he did when first elected (i.e. getting his tax cuts made permanent) it would be a really great thing.
Originally posted by FreeMason
Yes...odd though...it is the Republicans that so forced the issue to free the slaves, while the Democrats wanted so urgently to keep slavery.
Originally posted by Estragon
Expect some delay to the advance of the Hispanicisation of America bandwaggon.
ilivu2act: I would like to know how you see a tax benefit to the wealthiest 5% of the nation as beneficial to you? Is the avatar you or Charlie
Danials? If CD, I can se you being in the top 5%, with royalty checks & all!
FreeMason: I was going to vote for ultra pheonix as the KING of NON SEQUITUR, but you clearly deserve the crown. Dour social policy? What is THAT?
Slave ownership votes; are Whigs in the colonies the next source to be quoted for relevance to your points!?!
Estragon: Actually, the Hispanic vote is a cornerstone to the GOP, all be it a very small but in complete control segment called South Florida Cubans.
They are some of the rightest of the Right Wingers in the GOP. Otto Reich would be a poster child for them, as a starting point to look them up.
Latinos actually won, in both parties, the most seats in history, across all races. That wagon is more of a freight train. Though slanted Democrat,
due to a persons economic solvency, something common amongst races, the vote among professional Latinos is almost a toss up, if not leaning GOP.
Democrats in the US have had more sound fiscal policies and more in that 'moderate' category that gets everyone on board than have the Repubs, who
maintain a top down or trikle down philosophy as the only one applicable. It's not a bad theory, except that it does not account for people at the
top putting out barrels to catch the trickle, or in other words, greed. Paul Sarbane and Robert Menendez are two Dem Congressional members to look up
regarding that parties fiscal & fiscal safeguard platforms.