You keep using the word "bigotry", and that is WAAAAAAAAYYYYY out of context. I am NOT a bigoted person, and I resent the accusation. I think ALL people are equally stupid. What I AM is firm in my political convictions. You might say that I have a closed mind, but I say that if your mind is TOO open, your brains will fall out.dale blanker wrote:In defense of Boehner see
http://www1.realclearpolitics.com/video ... sense.html
And Brit's list does not even include Immigration Reform which seemed pretty good and included a lot of additional border security.
Anyway the conclusion that Brit makes is that the inability to get things done is the fault of both parties and the result is a stalemate. Maybe a little less bigotry and a little more common sense would help.
What I am is one who is firm in his convictions and has been a politically active registered voter for 45 years, as a member of both major parties at different times. I believe that the republican party is where it is because when democrats say "compromise" it means that republicans get next to nothing and democrats get nearly everything they wanted.......and republicans are justifiably angry about that. The result is that republicans are tired of giving in on everything and are now digging in their heels and refusing to give in any longer, and democrats are going to have to learn that "compromise" no longer means they get to rape the republican party at their pleasure.
Of course, I'm no longer a republican, so you can't even logically say that I am bigoted party-wise. I'm a proud Liberative Conservatarian independent...... which means that I believe BOTH parties can go suck an egg......but the democrats can suck an ostrich egg.
I really wish you would start using the word "bigoted" in its correct context.......particularly when "unwavering" is a more accurate descriptive in this case.