Now, as I said, I have been just as likely to vote for Republicans in the past as I have been for Democrats, and just because I am focusing on the GOP doesn’t mean I couldn’t write a piece criticizing some of Obama’s policies. But that is the difference – my critique of Obama would be based on policy. I would be starting with an understanding that we begin with the same fact base, and that facts would be what drove the discussion. I would not be compelled to address fictions, lies and delusions before addressing policy differences. That is the sign of a party that wants to govern, even if I don’t always agree with the ways they want to exercise their governing authority.Read more here: The Five Reasons Why Romney/Ryan Must be Defeated in 2012 – And Why Conservatives Should Hope They Are.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
REBLOG: The Five Reasons Why Romney/Ryan Must be Defeated in 2012 – And Why Conservatives Should Hope They Are.
Many of my moderate, Conservative and Republican friends (especially on Facebook) have announced that they are terminating subscriptions to certain people's feeds, mostly because they don't like all the hyper partisan posts and uncivil comments. I share their concern about civility, but at the same time, I am more worried about what their party of record seems willing to do to get reelected - as if reelection will in and of itself solve all our problems: