Commentary: GOP Should Ask Why U.S. Is On The Wrong Track

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zephead
11/12/08 6:08:33PM
ncordless
11/12/08 6:12:07PM
Does this mean politics is a legal topic again?
casey64
11/12/08 6:15:41PM

Posted by ncordless

Does this mean politics is a legal topic again?




I'd say there is no more ranting on who won or lost one threads still.
DCRage
11/12/08 6:19:39PM

Posted by ncordless

Does this mean politics is a legal topic again?


hippy said when he banned them that it was for 1 week until 11/12 (today), so as of today they should be fine...and if not I'm sure he'll say otherwise. Just keep the discussions more civilized this time so we don't have a repeat of last time.
ncordless
11/12/08 6:19:42PM
I think Ron Paul makes some valid points. He is so far from reality in terms of economic policy that I can't say I support him but he does make a good case on the other conservative issues. Things like isolationism and personal liberty.
I don't agree with some of what he says, but he is an important voice in politics. I think the republican party would do well to include more of what he is saying in their platform.
ncordless
11/12/08 6:20:47PM
How's that?
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