Monday, June 07, 2004

Southern Heritage and the 2004 Presidential Election

Southern Heritage and the 2004 Presidential Election: "As November approaches, Southerners - Southern conservatives in particular - find themselves at a crossroads. Most have resigned themselves to the fact that their hopes and dreams hinge on whether a Republican or Democrat sits in power in Washington; they believe they must decide which of these two parties will have the least negative impact on Southern culture and heritage. "

Have we not had enough of the lies, half-truths and empty promises of the party of Lincoln? How many of us still listen daily to the unprincipled lap dog of the Republican party - Rush? Too many I would venture to guess. We Southern Conservatives bought into the Republican lie and galvinized our support for them 25 years ago. What has it gained for us? Are we better off now as a culture than we were before we began running to the polls to elect Republicans to four of the last six presidential terms? NO WE ARE NOT.

There is not a dimes worth of difference in ideological terms between the Republicans and Democrats. It is time that We Southern Conservaties started voting with our principles and not for the guy that says he is closest to our views. To do anything other than that is truly a wasted vote.

I am leaning more and more toward Peroutka

Recedite, plebes! Gero rem imperialem
El Cid

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