What If?

Written by Christianity and the Confusion on October 4th, 2008

What if you could choose your favorite Republican ticket, which would you pick?  Check back for the results on 10/17/08.

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4 Comments so far ↓

  1. Anonymous says:

    I'm sorry but they are seem like losers to me.

  2. Anonymous says:

    What are you talking about? All but one beat the Democat ticket and I think the same thing is going to happen this year. And one more thing…there is no way that you can say that President Reagan was a loser…he had to be one of our best Presidents ever! Yeah, you should be sorry!

     

    Proud of being a Republican

  3. Anonymous says:

    For the record those were Democratic tickets and they were better than the Republican ones. Maybe the Republicans won the first two listed in the poll, but the Country is worse for it. We can argue about who really won in 2000 and 2004 but what Bush and Cheney have done to the Nation is down right criminal! McCain and Palin would only make it worse not better. That's why most Americans are going to vote for Barack Obama.

  4. Anonymous says:

    McCain is trying to appeal to the center, but he's going to lose the enthusiasm of his own base. As Chuck Todd said, “[Being very excited to vote for a candidate] is the difference between that voter going to the polls in a snow storm, or staying home in a snow storm.”
    Ah well, it's probably good for the party. As an independent who leans Democrat, I would love to see the Republican party overhaul it's far right and somewhat facist brand to be more inclusive of the center. They need to take more moderate stances on abortion (i.e: Biden approach), religion, foreign policy, and taxation. I think America realize that towards the end of the Regan Administration, the deficit was going up, towards the end of the Clinton Administration, the deficit turned surplus, and towards the end of the Bush administration, we have the highest deficit in the history of our nation – that's not coincidence. The fact is, flat tax rates and tax cuts for the wealthy don't work. There is not one shred of evidence that suggests they work without increasing the national deficit, because no one is paying for them.

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