In response to my Liberal friend

In response to a post to my liberal friend (found here).

First of all, I notice you steered well clear of adressing the liberal media. Probably wise, with no foot to stand on.

Second, it's not news to any republican or conservative to say that the party has steered away from it's base, and has been less than fiscally responsible, and in all ways socially and financially conservative.

But to say the myth is busted, and we are not the party to represent those values and views begs the question, then who is? Certainly not the democratic party with ear mark spending, a 9% approval rate in congress, support of gay marriage, abortion, and safe sex "education."
Republican's have been less than enthused with the choice of Sen. John McCain, but have been comforted by his promises to return to his conservative roots, and by his selection of Sarah Palin.

As far as her daughter is concerned, I think it would be wise for democrats to leave that one alone. If family is a measure of ones capability in office, who do you think would lose that battle?
I don't think Obama would fare well with his half brother living on a dollar a month, and countless other siblings he knows nothing about. Not to mention the fact his mother was unwed, and 17 when she had little Barry.

Or perhaps we could mention Biden, and his brother, currently indited for fraud, or his previous attempts at the presidency being derailed because of his dishonest dealings.
No my liberal friend, this is one argument you don't want to have, because you will lose. The republican party may have faltered, but it has not lost its place as the fiscally and morally responsible party.


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