posted on Jul, 27 2010 @ 07:28 AM
A possible very soon future Republican civil war could be brewing with two-factions. On one side are the George W. Bush era Neoconservatives who are
in favor of military interventionism and government spying on citizens; on the other side are the pre-2001 Republicans who are opposed to military
interventionism and government spying on citizens.
We could be seeing a boiling point coming after the November elections and when/if the Republicans take back Congress. Then we will see what happens
when the first vote for military spending for Afghanistan appears and they are required to either spend or retreat, that will be the beginning of
If you were to ask the opinion of any intelligent Fiscal Conservative they would tell you that Neo-conservatism has failed terribly and that even if
Republicans ran on a Fiscally Conservative agenda that unless they either end the war or raise taxes all they will be doing is continue to enlarge the
deficit and anger the citizens over austerity measures while funding an unpopular war.
Which has led me to believe that the Republicans will be left with no other choice but to hand over their leadership to the anti-war Republicans or
face a 2012 landslide loss for being hypocrites... again
This will also force the Democratic Party to reevaluate their foreign policy stances or face backlash from their Liberal-wing which is growing larger
and more influential every year.
So what do you think?