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This is exactly why republican's shouldn't vote for Bush!

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posted on Nov, 2 2004 @ 02:26 PM
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Concept is very basic, as I have stated the GOP supports independent parties to suck votes from the democratic party. Are you so hung on the GOP to bicker about which party it is, the tactic is still as disgusting, isn't it.




posted on Nov, 2 2004 @ 02:30 PM
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Originally posted by twitchy
Concept is very basic, as I have stated the GOP supports independent parties to suck votes from the democratic party. Are you so hung on the GOP to bicker about which party it is, the tactic is still as disgusting, isn't it.


Not ONE of your links said that we were being supported by the Republicans
One said some republicans were VOTING for Libertarians

We are to the RIGHT of the Republicans if ANYONE would support us it would be the Dems because we take REPUBLICAN votes there is even a thread here about it. All but ONE Libertarain used to be Republican.

Our party has taken so many votes in northwest Arkansas that this area might go to Kerry.

The Greens are to the left of the Democrats so THEY would take votes from Kerry.

At least get your facts straight

[edit on 2-11-2004 by Amuk]



posted on Nov, 2 2004 @ 02:42 PM
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Originally posted by twitchy
Concept is very basic, as I have stated the GOP supports independent parties to suck votes from the democratic party. Are you so hung on the GOP to bicker about which party it is, the tactic is still as disgusting, isn't it.


I don't think that any of the Libertarians here actually defended the GOP. We simply took offense to your incredibly wrong suggestion that the Libertarian party was supported by the Republicans... which is just nonsense.



posted on Mar, 29 2005 @ 05:43 PM
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George W Bush has done nothing to at least reverse the growing number of Americans without health care. During his four years, 5.2 million dropped from the insurance rolls to bring the total to 45 million. The Census Bureau reports that 4.3 million fell below the level that the government defines as poverty, raising the percentage of the American poor to 12.5%. A job at the minimum wage of the miserly $5.15 an hour is 50% below the poverty level, yet, asked in the debates if he would raise the minimum, compassionate conservative George W Bush completely ducked the question, veering off into an irrelevant "no child left behind" recitation. (and repubicon controlled house and senate refused to up the min. wage)

The Army found that all 94 cases of prisoner abuse could be attributed to the acts of low-level soldiers, who evidently dreamed up classic tortures on their own. Better judgment must have realized that would not fly, so a second report that documented 44 cases of abuse placed blame with two colonels at Abu Ghraib, and faulted Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez for confused directives on prisoner treatment. Where are we now? More evidence suppressed, and media bury the stories. Can't take your medicine?
Shortly after the energy industry sat down in secret with newly-elected VP Dick Cheney to helpfully dictate the nation's energy policy, the Bush administration granted their wish by nullifying the requirement that power plants must install pollution controls whenever they make major construction changes. This waiver directly violated the Clean Air Act that had led to suits by the Clinton administration against 51 U.S. power plants. Bush had the EPA call off the suits, and 34 years of stall tactics by power plants since Nixon's Clean Act took effect have paid off handsomely, saving them billions at our expense (and we still don't know who was in the room when the energy bill was being 'discussed' and ratified.

Homeland Security has imposed no requirements for safeguarding the 15,000 chemical plants in the U.S., many in densely populated areas. These campaign contributors complained that fences, gates, alarms and guards would cost too much. In this administration, business contributors come first. So, as a Pittsburgh reporter discovered, terrorists could walk right into a plant near you and explode a tank of anhydrous ammonia, say, and kill thousands (how many railroad accidents have happened in the last 4 months involving dangerous chemicals?)
The scale of justice at the Supreme Court is delicately balanced; many decisions are 4-4, with the same groupings forming the two sides, until a single swing justice decides the case Four justices are over 70. One or two are considering retirement. Longevity could run out for others. (the nukular option is still on the table)
The next president is certain, therefore, to appoint replacements. George W Bush has said that his favorite justices are Clarence Thomas and Antonin Scalia, the most right wing on that bench. Appointments are for life. Presidential appointments will establish the slant of the court for the next few decades. It follows that with Bush deciding who goes on the court we can expect to see a relentless attack on the rights amendments of the Constitution.

Cheney:The Vice-President staged a one-man campaign against the draft, but for his benefit alone, gathering four student deferments, then marrying, then producing a just-in-time child for a 5th deferment. "I had other priorities in the '60s than military service", he explained. A dozen other men from his hometown of Casper, WY, died in the Vietnam War. PIGEONHAWKS

In defiance of protocol, George W Bush reversed the initiative of a former president by opening 58 million acres of national forests to logging and drilling. Set aside by Bill Clinton to be preserved as part of our national heritage, they will now be criss-crossed by roads needed for the newly permitted exploitation. Oregon and Washington loggers don't want to hear the words 'renewable either' for the last 100 years.......

To say nothing of the 4th amendment down the tubes cuz of Patriot Act I +2

libertarians will have to do a lot of work to get back the states' rights as well as 'defend' the constitution- good luck in 2006




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