September 17th, 2011 - Freddie-714102 said:
Pat Buchanan is NOT an example of a traditional conservative. I notice how every other indicator on here fits EXCEPT the conservative. i suspect whoever wrote this poll would like to make conservatives look irrelevant, and chose to use Pat Buchanan to that end. Most people don't even know who Pat Buchanan is, and for those of us who do and are intellectually honest, he is NOT a traditional conservative How about Ronald Reagan????
March 7th, 2008 - Mark-280103 said:
Michael, issues and candidates are inextricably linked. You are not voting for a stack of policy papers, you are voting for a decision maker you trust. This is especially important when you consider the types of decisions our politicians have had to make in the last decade that were not even mentioned in the campaign because they followed significant unanticipated events.
March 7th, 2008 - Michael-302296 said:
Mcain, like President Bush, will do the best he can for the pro-life movement. He will hopefully appoint good judges to the courts, and (not) reverse pro-life policies. Clinton or Obama will reverse them as soon as they take office,in January. Bush reversed Clinton's international funding for abortion policies when he took office.
March 6th, 2008 - Frank-174649 said:
I think it's pretty scary that 12.3% of our Catholic singles feel Muslim Obama and or Hellary would make fine leaders of our Nation. And scarrier still is that the majority of them are women. I believe you Libs should be getting ready for "The Big Roast that NEVER goes out" when you leave this world. So start figuring out your retort to Jesus when before the jugement seat. Most surley He will ask you to account for the millions upon millions of baby cut up body parts that filled all the dumpstrers over the years because you voted for Pro(Wrong)Choice candidates! It's no wonder this country is fallin apart. So many Catholics, and so little Grace.
March 4th, 2008 - Gregory-121459 said:
Good point tim, Conservatism without God is useless. A philosophy is only true when it allows an action, but then also defines its limits. Christianity, or more specificaly, the Catholic Faith, does this perfectly. But this idea should also not demand a theocracy, the temparance of democracy should come from the well formed morals that its people have embraced, not morals that are enforced like islam. But morals are still objective, like the church declares.