Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Conservative choices

A conservative has 2 choices this November: 1) don’t vote or 2) vote for Bob Barr. Part of what I’m saying is that if you’re a conservative, you believe in the conservative political philosophy. (“believe in” is the operative phrase here. If you vote for McCain because Barr can’t win…then you don’t “believe in” the conservative philosophy, you’re just afraid of the liberal philosophy) A conservative would vote for a Republican like Ronald Reagan but never for George W. Bush or John McCain. A conservative always votes conservative. A Republican, on the other hand, will always vote Republican. This fall, the Republican voter will be voting for John McCain. How much this voter likes/agrees with John McCain isn’t really important. The conservative voter, not being a Republican, could only vote for John McCain if he was conservative. Since McCain is leaning hard on Bill Clinton’s right shoulder, obviously the conservative won’t be voting for him and will exercise one of his 2 choices mentioned above.

How many votes Bob Barr gets will tell us how many conservatives there really are in the United States.


At November 15, 2008 at 8:55 AM , Blogger Britt said...

Good Point Edwin! ~Brittany Garrett (Steve's Daughter)


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