posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 11:16 AM
reply to post by Hefficide
Heff I would welcome another Ronald Reagan, whether one agreed with him or not it was counted on that he believed in his ideals, that really cant be
said for most politicians now.
Where are the dems like Sam Nunn and Scoop Jacksons gone? Were any new generation of their class driven out by the progressives, I think so - there
little if any balance left in either party.
I do have to point out also that John Kennedy would be viewed as ultra right wing zealot were he around today so no I don't think RR would be veiwed
as to moderate right now as I feel all political parties have veered way way left given politics 30 years or more back. I mean come on Republicans had
Romney who most conservatives view as a liberal, yes veered far left both parties.
As far as inclusion and such IMHO a careful reading of the Constitution precludes any exclusion and were it followed per its original meaning we'd
not be divided as we are.
All the messing with its interpretation has left us a country of winners and losers, haves and have nots, franchised and disenfranchised. As long as
thats done then yes the greedy will take advantage of the divide. I think by plan and purpose.
There is enough "congress shall pass no law" in the constitution to preclude the religious right as well as the far lefts ideology from forcing
thier different views on other who don't agree, not only on that subject but many others as well.
We are now suffering the effects of division from an Imperial federal government and Presidency that has in its best interest to keep us the people