The Club for Growth's strong-arm tactics force moderate Republicans to back a conservative, pro-wealth. Non-republicans deemed dangerous are treated less delicately. Just ask family farmers like Dennis Wiese, president of South Dakota Farmers Union, whom the Club views as being "welfare dependant."
There is no law that states Israel is set apart, that says it cannot be judged on its conduct, that it can kill at will, disregard international law, and moral, ethical and judicial conduct. So why is this tyrannical behaviour allowed to continue?
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Fusionism posited that libertarian means could be used to achieve conservative goals: Want a thriving, traditional family? Stop subsidizing illegitimacy with welfare payments; Want faithful, law-abiding children? Stop funding left-wing propaganda dispensed by public education.