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Third Party Politics: Republicrats and Democans

Posted by Mark on October 5, 2009

Republicrats and Democans. They are all alike.  There’s no difference between the Parties. Both are leading us toward Progressivism, one quickly and one slowly. Glenn Beck says so. That’s why we need a new Party, right? 

Wrong, wrong, wrong!  

Take a look at the two Party websites, GOPUSA and . Do you see any difference? If you don’t, I’ve got a spare pair of really thick glasses for you to try again. The Democrats have stuck to their liberal agenda with passion and tenacity, while Republicans have admittedly wandered from the Conservative values that won them election after election. 

But to claim no difference is, to use Mr. Beck’s current favorite word, idiotic.

As we approach the mid-term elections and the 2012 Presidential election, let’s “honor” a couple of famous third-party candidates,  Ross Perot and Ralph Nader.

In 1992, Mr. Perot’s candidacy gave the election to Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In 2000, Ralph Nader served as the spoiler in one of the closest elections in our nation’s history. Had Mr. Nader not run, Al Gore would have been reading to that class of children on 9/11. 

So, if you really like Barack Obama, start rooting for a Conservative alternative to the Republican candidate. A third party candidate with charisma and character will guarantee an Obama second term. Count on it.

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