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9 months ago  ::  Dec 05, 2018 - 6:44PM #31
2BBobby
Posts: 3,912

Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:39PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


I would prefer a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, constitutional Republican... 




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Sounds like you've described a moderate.


BTW...why is party affiliation important?


9 months ago  ::  Dec 05, 2018 - 8:24PM #32
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 16,742

Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:44PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:39PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


I would prefer a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, constitutional Republican... 




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Sounds like you've described a moderate.


BTW...why is party affiliation important?





We have chatted a bit.  Name me a Democrat that shares any of my core beliefs on economics and federalism

9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 1:31AM #33
laurenf2
Posts: 9,400

Dec 5, 2018 -- 8:24PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:44PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:39PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


I would prefer a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, constitutional Republican... 




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Sounds like you've described a moderate.


BTW...why is party affiliation important?





We have chatted a bit.  Name me a Democrat that shares any of my core beliefs on economics and federalism




If you believe in all that, then how are you supporting Trump as he blows up the deficit leaving a financial quagmire to future administrations to untangle?

9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 7:04AM #34
2BBobby
Posts: 3,912

Dec 5, 2018 -- 8:24PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


We have chatted a bit.  Name me a Democrat that shares any of my core beliefs on economics and federalism




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Yes…we have chatted a bit, and frankly LL, I’m still not sure what your core beliefs are. You’ve said you consider yourself a lower case “libertarian”, which I suppose means “fiscally conservative and socially liberal”. Pretty vague stuff.


You support Trump. Does he share your core beliefs? If not, maybe you can name a Republican who does. As much as it may scare you, I assume you’d support that person in a primary campaign against Trump, at the risk of weakening and dividing the party.


Or is it party before principles?


9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 7:13AM #35
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 16,742

Dec 6, 2018 -- 1:31AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 8:24PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:44PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:39PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


I would prefer a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, constitutional Republican... 




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Sounds like you've described a moderate.


BTW...why is party affiliation important?





We have chatted a bit.  Name me a Democrat that shares any of my core beliefs on economics and federalism




If you believe in all that, then how are you supporting Trump as he blows up the deficit leaving a financial quagmire to future administrations to untangle?




Name a non-Keynesian, budget slashing, deficit hawk potential Democratic presidential candidate.

9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 7:14AM #36
taurus
Posts: 809

Dec 5, 2018 -- 5:58PM, yankoldfan wrote:


The hard truth is donald is unqualified to be POTUS, he's morally unfit to be in office, besides that he's a crook, the only good thing about him becoming POTUS it's going to end up ruining him and his family and that's the only good thing that's going to come out of this complete disaster... I'll agree the media got him elected, he was the joke of the press, they never dreamed he would get elected, well is does show the bad side of news, but at least they are bringing out the bad now... All it shows is how the blind will indeed follow the blind... This man doanld has done more harm in less than two years than anyone has done in two terms... 



blah....blah...blah......
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9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 11:15AM #37
laurenf2
Posts: 9,400

Dec 6, 2018 -- 7:13AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 6, 2018 -- 1:31AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 8:24PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:44PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:39PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


I would prefer a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, constitutional Republican... 




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Sounds like you've described a moderate.


BTW...why is party affiliation important?





We have chatted a bit.  Name me a Democrat that shares any of my core beliefs on economics and federalism




If you believe in all that, then how are you supporting Trump as he blows up the deficit leaving a financial quagmire to future administrations to untangle?




Name a non-Keynesian, budget slashing, deficit hawk potential Democratic presidential candidate.




From your perspective, how is Trump any different from DEMs for you to eagerly support...


m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5c08efd3e4b06...

9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 11:42AM #38
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 16,742

Dec 6, 2018 -- 11:15AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Dec 6, 2018 -- 7:13AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 6, 2018 -- 1:31AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 8:24PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:44PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:39PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


I would prefer a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, constitutional Republican... 




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Sounds like you've described a moderate.


BTW...why is party affiliation important?





We have chatted a bit.  Name me a Democrat that shares any of my core beliefs on economics and federalism




If you believe in all that, then how are you supporting Trump as he blows up the deficit leaving a financial quagmire to future administrations to untangle?




Name a non-Keynesian, budget slashing, deficit hawk potential Democratic presidential candidate.




From your perspective, how is Trump any different from DEMs for you to eagerly support...


m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5c08efd3e4b06...




Do I seem particularly eager.  I spend most of my time bashing what I don’t agree with.  He’s a buffoon but not dumb enough to veto good legislation if it ever reaches his desk.  I would also prefer a weak president to a strong one on domestic affairs.

9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 12:18PM #39
laurenf2
Posts: 9,400

Dec 6, 2018 -- 11:42AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 6, 2018 -- 11:15AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Dec 6, 2018 -- 7:13AM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 6, 2018 -- 1:31AM, laurenf2 wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 8:24PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:44PM, 2BBobby wrote:


Dec 5, 2018 -- 6:39PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


I would prefer a fiscally conservative, socially liberal, constitutional Republican... 




~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Sounds like you've described a moderate.


BTW...why is party affiliation important?





We have chatted a bit.  Name me a Democrat that shares any of my core beliefs on economics and federalism




If you believe in all that, then how are you supporting Trump as he blows up the deficit leaving a financial quagmire to future administrations to untangle?




Name a non-Keynesian, budget slashing, deficit hawk potential Democratic presidential candidate.




From your perspective, how is Trump any different from DEMs for you to eagerly support...


m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5c08efd3e4b06...




Do I seem particularly eager.  I spend most of my time bashing what I don’t agree with.  He’s a buffoon but not dumb enough to veto good legislation if it ever reaches his desk.  I would also prefer a weak president to a strong one on domestic affairs.




Good legislation that blows a hole in the deficit?

9 months ago  ::  Dec 06, 2018 - 12:38PM #40
GottaGoToMo
Posts: 76,158

I ignored Trump and Obama and Clinton ... I instead sat and watched a great tribute to a great man ... God Bless President George H.W. Bush.

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