Originally Posted by Literature
It's worse than your "Obama really just accepts [current policy formerly considered conservative] so he can get to [policy promoted by far left, with few implications with Obama] so we should do our duty to object to [current policy formerly considered conservative] even though it's a decent/good/workable/reasonable proposal."
Your whole political philosophy is based on a slippery slope theory, which you find inevitable unless we cut off the advance to the 'top of the hill.' Ex: Market-involved healthcare reform? Can't have it. Why? Because it will lead to socialism. Alternative? No reform at all. Result: millions still w/o insurance, health care costs continue to rise exponentially, nobody's happy, but at least we avoided the hypothetical socialism that could have hypothetically happened down the hypothetical road.
First, a Republican compromise alternative to a liberal proposal is not the same thing as a conservative policy. Not by a long shot.
Second, no reform at all is a lie. A bald faced lie.
But you know all this, and simply wish to mischaracterize and lie for a few precious inches of partisan ground.
All Redd [Foxx] did all day was coke, grass and ****. . .
So our first network taping, name in big letters right on the set, Redd doesn't arrive at curtain call.
I go back to his dressing room, all I see is the girl doing his hair is sitting on him.
So I see her body, her dress, and his legs.
I say, Redd, don't you know we're on camera?
Redd sticks his head up from between the hairdresser's legs and asks indignantly. . .
"Can't a man relax?"
- Bob Einstein