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re: Answering Jim's questions

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Smeghead (rockman@REMOVETHISrealmofdreams.com) 05:47 pm MST 01/29/07
In reply to: re: Answering Jim's questions - Spyke 05:07 pm MST 01/29/07

> I hear what you are saying. That wasn't ment as a slam
> against you. BTW I know they say the Republicans are for
> less taxes and less government but if you look at their
> recent record it seems to go against that. LOL

They have cut and lowered taxes, just not spending.
>
> >
> > > Most of us Libertarians are pretty hard core people. I
> > > think it is kind of hard to be "mostly" Libertarian,
> > > because once you start making exceptions and creating more
> > > government, things tend to snowball and we are right back
> > > to the Republicans and Democrats.
> >
> > Really for THINKING people it is not hard to adopt part of
> > a philosophy. Republicans believe in Less taxes than
> > democrats... but More religious intolerance. I can
> > believe in Less taxes without believing that Gays are
> > evil. I can also believe in part of the libertarian
> > philosophy while still realizing that the Government is
> > necessary for certain tasks. Only religion must be
> > followed blindly...
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > > > or group as they did in WWII. If they aren't going to do
> > > > everything necessary to win and win forcefull and quickly
> > > > then they are dooming the operation to failure.
> > > >
> > > > I, like Jim, and mostly a Libertarian (though not
> > > > registered). You don't have to register in Ohio to vote
> > > > in a party's primary so why limit yourself.

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