Liberal goon and hypocrite Bill Maher - attacks confiscatory tax policy in California

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    Re: Liberal goon and hypocrite Bill Maher - attacks confiscatory tax policy in California

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    In response to StalkingButler's comment:

     

     

    The tea party crowd still considers homosexuality an un-natural abomination.

     

     

    No, you're talkimg about social conservatives, not tea-party conservatives. The tea-party is all about fiscal conservatism and limited government. Jeez people, it's like you're not even trying to get it straight.

     

     

     



    The polling doesn't bear out your statement...entwined as the tea party is with evangelical and southern conservatives, e.g. per the National Review:

     

     

    Even among Republicans, opposition to same-sex marriage is increasingly tenuous, particularly along two axes. First, self-described tea-party Republicans oppose gay marriage 84/13, while Republicans who describe themselves as neutral toward or opposed to the Tea Party oppose gay marriage by smaller 62/34 and 52/47 splits, respectively. This is a more or less momentous split depending on how credible one finds evidence that tea-party membership is in sharp decline.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/342837/republicans-gay-marriage-daniel-foster

     



    That's not fair - everybody knows that polls, news, stats, facts, science, history, the global community & common sense have a liberal bias.

     

     
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    Re: Liberal goon and hypocrite Bill Maher - attacks confiscatory tax policy in California

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    That's not fair - everybody knows that polls, news, stats, facts, science, history, the global community & common sense have a liberal bias.

     



    This is from the National Review, which is about as un-liberal as it gets.

     

    And which, btw, is neither here nor there.  I was just pointing to a single poll.

    It's simply unrealistic to think that fiscal issues voters may not also harbor strong positions on "social" issues, and vice versa.

     

     
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