Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?

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    Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?

    "The true friend of property, the true conservative, is he who insists that property shall be the servant and not the master of the commonwealth; who insists that the creature of man’s making shall be the servant and not the master of the man who made it. The citizens of the United States must effectively control the mighty commercial forces which they have called into being.

    There can be no effective control of corporations while their political activity remains. To put an end to it will be neither a short nor an easy task, but it can be done."
     
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    Re: Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?

    TR  was the favorite Republican among Progressives, at least until Jon Huntsman came along...apparently Huntsman is as egotistical as TR,   and may follow Teddy Roosevelts's example and leave the Republican Party...

    JFK said tax cuts pay for themselves and promote economic growth; no room for him in todays' Party of Government....
     
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    Is there room in the Democrat party for this guy? "I believe that international terrorism is a modern form of warfare against liberal democracies. I believe that the ultimate but seldom stated goal of these terrorists is to destroy the very fabric of democracy. I believe that it is both wrong and foolhardy for any democratic state to consider international terrorism to be 'someone else's' problem.... Liberal democracies must acknowledge that international terrorism is a 'collective problem.'" Henry (Scoop) Jackson - 1979, Jerusalem
     
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    Re: Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?

    In response to "Re: Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?": [QUOTE]Is there room in the Democrat party for this guy? "I believe that international terrorism is a modern form of warfare against liberal democracies. I believe that the ultimate but seldom stated goal of these terrorists is to destroy the very fabric of democracy. I believe that it is both wrong and foolhardy for any democratic state to consider international terrorism to be 'someone else's' problem.... Liberal democracies must acknowledge that international terrorism is a 'collective problem.'" Henry (Scoop) Jackson - 1979, Jerusalem Posted by StalkingButler[/QUOTE] Not completely sure of your point. Liberal democracies means democracies with free elections involving multiple parties. It doesn't mean dominated by liberals. The democratic party welcomes people with a wide range of ideas and opinions. Scoops were probably more popular with the conservative - support for the war in Vietnam and a supporter for defense contractors.
     
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    In Response to Re: Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?:
    [QUOTE]Is there room in the Democrat party for this guy? "I believe that international terrorism is a modern form of warfare against liberal democracies. I believe that the ultimate but seldom stated goal of these terrorists is to destroy the very fabric of democracy. I believe that it is both wrong and foolhardy for any democratic state to consider international terrorism to be 'someone else's' problem.... Liberal democracies must acknowledge that international terrorism is a 'collective problem.'" Henry (Scoop) Jackson - 1979, Jerusalem
    Posted by StalkingButler[/QUOTE]

    I think Obama has prosecuted the War on Terrorism pretty darn well.

    And terrorism is hardly limited to attacks on liberal democracies.  It is a tactic not an ideology.
     
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    Re: Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?

    Obviously no.  Listen, the GOP is claiming that Paul Ryan is the intellectual leader of the party.  Ryans intellectual underpinnings comes from an athiest hollywood writer, turned novelist, turned philospher, who wrote a book that is nothing more than elite fantasy porn where societies winners take their ball and go home leaving the parasitic underclass to rot. 

    TR looked into the future and saw the perversion of the democratic process by would by oligarch's seeking to drive the spoils of societies collective efforts into their pockets.

    Ryan looked into the future and saw a vision of a gated community filled with Dagny Taggert's dancing about and feeding the men one hundred dollar bills. 
     
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    Re: Room for this Guy in the G.O.P.?

    "The democratic party welcomes people with a wide range of ideas and opinions"

    A wide range, alright...from Far Left, to Far Far Left, to Far Far Far Left, to Lizzy Warren...
     

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