Frist calls Alito Democrats' "nightmare"

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  1. zimv20 macrumors 601

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    link

     
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    yes, because the more like football politics is, the better, right?

    there was a time when the people in washington were leaders. and i'm not just talking about the GOP.

    we get the gov't we deserve. thanks for acting as lowest common denominator, sb.
     
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    whatever, I've seen your version of "politics" so from now on out I may as well just cheer on what I agree with. Won't it be something when the republicans control the legislative, the executive and the judicial branch of government? Aren't you excited!? I am!
     
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    be careful what you wish for. your views may change when you finish high school.
     
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    Psst....dude, I'm in college already. I'll be graduating next year. Imagine that, a conservative on a college campus! That would make for one zany movie eh govna? eh?
     
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    I am. It will drive the US into the dirt, from where it can't bother anyone else.

    Sounds good to me.
     
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    If by dirt you mean conservative utopia...I agree! Put er' there partner! ;)
     
  10. Agathon macrumors 6502a

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    A life that is nasty brutish and short... some utopia.

    Didn't you claim to attend a college in another thread?

    DeVry?
     
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    What do you mean when? I don't know where you've been, but we're pretty much already there. And it isn't so great. Just ask about 61% of the country. ;)

    Easy mistake to make, I would have guessed young as well had he not mentioned it in another thread.
     
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    No, it's going to make for a really rude awakening when a hardcore ideologue has to deal with the diversity of the real world. Look out below!
     
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    Well Mr. Frist and a good portion of the (R's) should enjoy the next couple of years, because they are going to lose the White House and Congress come election time.

    A lot of people in this country, including conservatives, have had it with this BS.
     
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    Yeah, gee, thanks for the heads up. I'll keep watching put for tht rude awakening. Man yu guys are pretty desperate. These must be like nightmarsh times for your. The country is virtually completely rejectig your whole idealogy is favor of morality and all you can do is spout some catch phrases and bitch and moan. You poor liberals you. You could always flock to San Franscico or Canada and have your liberal utopia of course by it's very nature it would ultimatley destroy itself. Poor poor liberals. Boo hoo...
     
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    Of course your top candidate is moving farther and further to the left and out of touch with America and word is spreading that Condi Rice is going to run. Dang man.....shutdown....
     
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    You so came here just to troll. Do us a favour and go the **** away, troll.
     
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    Who's my top candidate and where did I say who it was? :confused:

    Oh, you were putting words in my mouth. Gotcha.
     
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    oh but remember....free speech, free speech. LikeI've sadi, you don't like it, block me. Otherwise quit whining.
     
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    This country does much better when ran from the center rather then the loony fringes on the right or left. Alito's appointment makes sure that the loony right takes control of all 3 branches. This isnt good for our country just as having a bunch of crooks like the republicans running things arent good for our country. We need a balance of power and Alito's nomination ensures the coming of the all powerful Police State intruding into our freedoms and libertys which by the way have taken a nose dive under the current administration. Alito has shown many times that the state is God and piss on the little guy.

    Alito isnt just a nightmare for the liberal, but a nightmare for anyone who loves liberty & freedom.
     
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    That's pretty much true with anything. No epiphone here.

    Not really, he's really a right of center moderate in sheep's clothing.

    Pretty broad stroke of the brush there.


    One man doesn't ensure this.

    Link, please.

    He's not as bad as you make him out to be, but safe enough to make the cut.
     
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    My gosh....someone whose sensible and fairminded! What a breath of fresh air!
     
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    Aren't we smug.

    This country is hardly voting for morality. In fact, your leadership couldn't give two s@#&s about it, they merely latched onto it as a way to maintain power. They have done more to divide this country along age, class, religion, race, sexuality and red/blue state bs. The "moral" crowd votes, so many others are just so apathetic or feel they don't make a difference. Bigger turnout in 2004 was a start.

    As for your party's morality, did you believe....

    the ever flip flopping reasons to invade Iraq (pick one)?
    them and their reasons for Sciavo?
    the Social Security boondoggle?
    I could go on.

    What ever happened to the Republican party I voted for? You remember 1994, the Contract with America? the end of the cycle of scandal? restore accountability to Congress?

    What do we have now? Tom Delay, Jack Abramoff, Bill Frist - how I wish these guys were only getting hummers in their offices.
     
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    Rob and I were talking about that subject this very morning.
     
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    I think term limits are the answer. Seems the only way to break the culture of corruption in Washington (both parties).

    Possibly making terms in the house longer so they're not running for re-election every other year and so eager to scarf money from special interests.

    Real campaign finance reform.

    Nuke the next SOTU speech and start from scratch.
     
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    It was hijacked by the neocons.

    How long do you think the term limits should be for the HoR and the Senate?

    And do you think there should be term limits in the judiciary?

    BTW, I hope this thread doesn't get shut down too.
     

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