posted on Aug, 25 2012 @ 06:20 PM
reply to post by jjf3rd77
Its all a matter of perception. What you may call 'extremism' I might call common sense, or absolutely needed, deepening on what we are discussing
specifically. I don't see Obama pushing forward Abortion Bills.. But I do see the Right pushing forward dozens of bills across the country. I see
that as extremism, and a distraction.
Saying Obama is an extremist when he represents (on abortion) his party closely to where most Americans are. Which is, I am pro life, but I am not
anti choice. You can be pro life, and still respect the circumstance and choices of a Woman to decide on her own. To me, these are not mutually
Extremist to me is fringe ideas, that don't represent your voter base. Being that Obama has not pushed forward bills to allow abortion at any length
of the pregnancy, its hard to legitimize that for me.. Because its just an assumption of what he wants.. its not his actual actions we are discussing,
but instead, a possibility. When you have one party taking action to limit, and the other doing nothing. How can the party doing nothing be accused of
And like the Poster below me says, the right is definitely well represented.