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First, I would like to wish Jed a safe trip to the war zone. Next, I would like to comment on certain matters bugging me and my fellow conservatives in the cold north here. Like Ken Shreve, I am tired of being the boogeyman for the RINOs in the Republican Party because we happen to base our principles on a higher authority than public opinion polls or the MSM. We are the ones who put Bush in office and most of those other liberal GOPers. We are the ones who are supporting the War on Terror consistently. What do we get for our loyalty? We get some person who is more concerned about public perception than what is right and the first ones they diss are the “right wingers” in the party. Well friends, it isn’t us “right wingers” who have made a shambles of Bush’s policies. It was the turncoat RINOs who put power above all else. I’m speaking of the Chafees, Snowes and yes, the McCains of this “party.” If Bush was more consistent himself to his Christian principles and stopped trying to please the lefties more than his true supporters, his policies would be much easier to defend. If we had a Congressional majority that acted like the majority instead of a bunch of scared quislings, we would have a national consensus that would have presented a united front against our enemies in the present war. We would have a MSM that would be totally irrelevant in the national debate on policy and our warriors would be able to do their jobs without the added burden of fighting a PR war against an enemy more hostile to them than Islamic terrorists and that is the MSM, Hollywood wonkies, and weak-kneed RINOs. Support the troops? You [guys] need more support for your own backbones, those that have one.p>Yes, there are a lot of us who are right of center, who would like to sit out the next election cycle and let the losers come back into power. However, we have 160,000 warriors in harm’s way who will be hurt too much by that turn of events. However, once they are safe back home, you weak-kneed spineless dolts in the Republican Party just might find yourselves out to pasture because unlike Vietnam, we aren’t going to let you get away with this. ‘Nuff said. br> — Pete Chagnon /p> p> After America wins in Iraq, which it will, there will be a re-visitation of the reasons we lost when we could have won in Vietnam. Democrats and a liberal, helpful media will be clearly identified as those reasons. The fact that the media cannot be trusted to tell us the unbiased truth will seep into every American pore to the depth that the loss in Vietnam has. They are inseparable facts. No one believes the news anymore. It’s not just the papers that are in trouble. br> — Allen Hurt /p> p> RINOS SWEEPING THE LAND br> Re: George Neumayr’s Kennedy Republicans :
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
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