Liberal policies don't work for America, and statistics prove it.
Oh yes, that's right, we're MUCH
better off than we were 4 years ago.
It will be many years before I vote for another Republican presidential candidate again. I supported Bush, he lost my support big time, and has left me disillusioned with a Republican party that has drifted far away from true conservative values and into the realm of extremism.
I'm a social conservative and a political moderate. Bush does NOT
reflect the conservative values that I have, nor those of friends of mine who are republicans.I do admit that, since Bush lost my support last year, I have been moving left in my political views and have, as you might say, become a "tree-hugger" concerned with the environment. I feel that I have a right to be concerned about the environment that this president is destroying.
If Bush had a (D) beside his name, I'm sure none of you GOP guys would support his agenda. The mere fact that he IS
a Republican is what allows you to support him I think. You'd never support this shit from a democrat. Likewise, I don't care WHAT political party Bush is from, whether a dem or a repub, I'd be voting him out this year anyway because the man is bad for our country. Bad for our future. And the damage he's caused in 4 years will take 25 years to repair.
Liberal policies don't work huh? I've yet to see the neocons do any better. Bush is NOT a true republican, he's a neocon. True republicans tend to have their head on semi-straight, see John McCain for example. Who, for his own political sake, cannot openly support John Kerry lest he face a crucifixion from his own party.