Monday, July 14, 2008

Change we should worry about (

re: Star Parker: "...What's going on is not an ideological crack-up but a branding crack-up. Rejection of the Republican Party today is not a rejection of limited government and traditional values. It is a rejection of what the Republican Party morphed into. / The Democratic Party, on the other hand, has remained true to its principles of big government and moral relativism. And it's not registering more enthusiasm among voters. / It just doesn't take rocket science or an expensive political consultant to appreciate that voters are, for darned good reason, unhappy..."...

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