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Commentary :: Environment
The BLUR between the major parties
04 Jan 2004
Modified: 01:56:51 AM
Regarding the Washington Turncoats
Democratic Rep. Ralph Hall of Texas decided to switch party's. Switching to Republican. Why? The Texas politicians revamped his district to be dominated by Republican voters. Mr. Hall also claimed he couldn't get his "pork" from the Republican controlled congress. WAHHH...WAHHHH...Change this sorry ass politicians diapers. Fence jumping politicians need to lose their job. EITHER STICK WITH YOUR BELIEFS...OR LET SOMEONE ELSE DO THE DAMN JOB! I HOPE THE CLOWN LOSES HIS PARASITE JOB BY A LANDSIDE!

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Re: The BLUR between the major parties
04 Jan 2004
talking of parasite jobs- uh i think the term is pork barrell politics. its been a mainstay, a bestseller on the menu since WAYWAY back.

Stop pork barrelling? why you might as well say stop politics as usual.

Come to think of it.........
funny thing is that the more transparent this stuff gets, the more the folks back home just lap it up. "he really had to fight to get us our unfare share this term. gotta love the guy. when no one else could pimp, connive, tric, force or cajole big buck for the home turf---our glorious man in dc comes thru"

and we love it, demographically and numerically speaking.

the Libertarians have a wsimple question: "what governmentprogram, WHICH YOU PERSONALLY GAIN FROM, are you willing to forgoe to advance personally liberty?"

all your remarks about republican drug users, and pro corporate and proforced intervention aside, can you see any problem with that question?

Or has the big daddy and mommy state gotten to your soul?

There is a way to a better world. It is not the way of big government and pork pimps. It is the way of less government.

The question is what to cut and what to keep.
Speaking of Libertarians...
04 Jan 2004
I voted Libertarian back in 1980. Ed Clark. Remember? That's when Mr. Clark wanted to legalize pot. And cut taxes. What ever happened to him? Anyone?