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for me, easily american conservative, even with pat buchanan as co founder. Initially I thought it would offer a completely different perspective and justification for the current republican platform, though I see myself in agreeance with most of the articles
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Really? The Republican movement is such a contradiction. Their economic policies are at odds with their core societal values.
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I wouldn't know about that. If it's written well enough, anything is possible and believable.
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It really depends I guess. What's more important? Economic liberalism or the preservation of tradition family values? I see it that the former is the main cause for the effective breakdown of ther latter? They want their cake and to eat it. To live without responsibility, just like their liberal counterparts.
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meh, it's far removed from neo conservatism or the republican movement. In fact, I think Buchanan is the only one on board who voted for bush, it's really all over the place
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Oh, for simpler times...

evilmugman";p="784992 wrote:It really depends I guess. What's more important? Economic liberalism or the preservation of tradition family values? I see it that the former is the main cause for the effective breakdown of ther latter? They want their cake and to eat it. To live without responsibility, just like their liberal counterparts.


Sure, I don't disagree with that. However, I think it's pretty easy for them to rationalise everything under the cover of supposed economic growth. After all, what could possibly be better for everything and everyone than having more money? It's the failsafe key to happiness...
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Was that irony?
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A tender pervert";p="846914 wrote:I think you've just shown us proof that your posts aren't worth reading.

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i've found a lot of really good, really free/discounted magazine subscriptions off www.slickdeals.net
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