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  • Our New Political Party: The Republicrats

       April 25, 2005

    Sharp as a Marble comes up with this perfect graphic to represent our new political party, the Republicrats:

    I know it's cynical of me, but I gotta agree with the sentiment that, right now, there's not a lot of difference between our two major parties.

    On a different note, why have I not noticed the Rolling Glenndex before? Heh. That's classic. Indeed.

    Posted by at April 25, 2005 10:21 AM

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    #  April 25th, 2005 12:00 PM      james
    the nose should be extended to look rodent-like.  
    #  April 25th, 2005 12:43 PM      SaaM
    Of which end?*

    *rhetorical question.  
    #  April 26th, 2005 3:25 PM      krateein
    There is an alternative. The Libertarian party.  
    #  April 27th, 2005 1:07 PM      pKai
    True krattein.... Although I don't call myself one, a close analysis of my beleifs would make me a libertarian....

    I'm an extreme social liberal (little or no laws to regulate my personal behavior) and an extreme fiscal conservative (little or no governement intrusion in my wallet).

    Unfortunately, the realist in me votes Republican 99.9% of the time. I'll take the "holier than thou" moralist views of Republican platforms over the "Bend over and spread my cheeks" foreign policy of the Democrats.  



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