Thread: General Politics Karl Rove declares war on the Tea Party?
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Old 02-21-2013, 09:37 AM   #39
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Funny thing is, for once I agree with Rove. He is "right" and the more the Rs and TPers veer to the right the less meaningful they become.

Best of luck and hold strong to the farthest right positions you can find.
Instead of this bogus and meaningless label of "farthest right" —which doesn't say anything about issues—you should look at it from the pov of view of the Constitution or within the framework of what our govt was founded on: diffused power as a federal republic, a federal govt that is not too big, low taxes, freedom and prosperity. Not more programs, more war, more empire, more fascism, more socialism. That's really what you actually argue for.
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