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  • zbacku 2012/09/24 12:51:44
    no
    zbacku
    +13
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    Democrats are the radical Party. They are now Socialists. Following in Obama's Marxist footsteps.

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  • lucky 2012/10/07 12:14:55
    no
    lucky
    Each party has its extreme edges.

    "Much indeed to be regretted, party disputes are now carried to such a length, and truth is so enveloped in mist and false representation, that it is extremely difficult to know through what channel to seek it. This difficulty to one, who is of no party, and whose sole wish is to pursue with undeviating steps a path which would lead this country to respectability, wealth, and happiness, is exceedingly to be lamented. But such, for wise purposes, it is presumed, is the turbulence of human passions in party disputes, when victory more than truth is the palm contended for." - GEORGE WASHINGTON
  • Joves the Instigator 2012/10/06 23:11:00
    no
    Joves the Instigator
    +1
    Well since there was a none of the above I had to say no. I think both sides are getting to radical. Both parties just do it in differing ways. But both are destroying the nation through their policies. Both are destroying the peoples rights to be free from government. Both sides are destroying the very fabric of the nation through corruption from the vested interests, at the expense of our freedoms. Both sides are to blame, but so are the people who have kept voting in these traitors to the nation, and so are the ones who have not even cared enough to participate.
  • Lerro DeHazel 2012/10/06 21:38:13
    no
    Lerro DeHazel
    No, in fact, it's quite the opposite; the Republicans are starting to actually relax now . . . So, I've noticed . . .
  • Miss Kris the Centrist 2012/10/06 19:24:38
    no
    Miss Kris the Centrist
    Yes and no. The radical Republicans are getting more radical, but they're from the older generation. I believe our generation is more tolerant, socially, and once they get a foothold in the party it will start changing.
  • art1ej 2012/10/06 18:56:09
    yes
    art1ej
    Just look at all the republicans here....
  • D S 2012/10/06 18:01:04
    yes
    D S
    +1
    Bringing religion into everything.
    What was that thing about church and state?
  • engineer 2012/10/06 17:09:25
    yes
    engineer
    +1
    They are beyond radical. They are insane!!!
  • Bronar 2012/10/06 15:59:37
    no
    Bronar
    Roe V. Wade will never be overturned, ever. The debt we are amassing will stifle not just the next, but many future generations. The Mideast is a nightmare that needs to be dealt with, not coddled.
  • Guru_T_Firefly 2012/10/06 15:45:46
    yes
    Guru_T_Firefly
    +2
    I have little doubt that most Republicans don't think that they're radical enough.
  • kmay 2012/10/06 15:22:46
    no
    kmay
    Obama marxist socialist policies are radical.
  • DoxieDad 2012/10/06 15:20:38
    no
    DoxieDad
    +1
    Republicans are not getting radical as a whole, it is the radicals of the party that are making the most noise and getting the attention.
  • l 2012/10/06 15:05:23
    no
    l
    No!
  • Gwen 2012/10/06 15:00:49
    no
    Gwen
    +1
    there are radical elements in both parties actually. I believe tho that the current Democratic party has become more radical in the past couple of decades.
  • Kiosk Kid 2012/10/06 14:48:15
    no
    Kiosk Kid
    +2
    Since when is capitalism radical. Marxism is radical! Below are the deficit figures for George Bush and Obama. Notice: Obama trillion dollars deficit buying votes with welfare programs.


    Year / - Deficit or Surplus
    2001 128,236
    2002 -157,758
    2003 -377,585
    2004 -412,727
    2005 -318,346
    2006 -248,181
    2007 -160,701
    2008 -458,553
    2009 -1,412,688
    2010 -1,293,489
    2011 -1,299,595
    2012 -1,100,000 (so far)
    http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb...
    Table 1.1
  • Stryder 2012/10/06 14:46:27
    no
    Stryder
    +2
    The Dems are, tho. I suppose the concept of personal responsibility would seem radical to the left.
  • All American 2012/10/06 14:46:06
    no
    All American
    +3
    Are you kidding me? Just look at the OWS crowd that the left embraces... add Islam to that, too.
  • Glfer65 2012/10/06 14:40:33
    yes
    Glfer65
    +3
    I think the whole political system is getting way too radical. Out of hand actually is more like it and losing touch with the American people. If we as a country fail to unite and make ourselves stronger than the political system we are going to fail and they will continue to gain more power.
    Time to stop all the extremist notions and come back to reality with common sense.
  • Stryder Glfer65 2012/10/06 14:47:37
    Stryder
    +1
    You're right. It is time to stop all the extremist notions and come back to reality with common sense. That's why we nominated Romney. And that's exactly what he and Ryan will do.
  • Glfer65 Stryder 2012/10/06 14:55:57
    Glfer65
    +1
    I fail to see how either side will help us in any way. You know full well none of them can fix this in four years. You know that no one can do this as Congress has stonewalled the hell out of many good things.
  • Stryder Glfer65 2012/10/06 15:28:04 (edited)
    Stryder
    Romney and Ryan may not fix it in just four years, but they can definitely improve it and begin the process of turning it around. It's going to take years to undo this trainwreck of an economy that Obama and the Dems have created.
  • Glfer65 Stryder 2012/10/06 18:15:47
    Glfer65
    I am sorry but I can't just blame one party. This is where we have gone off the tracks. Some people are hell bent on blaming one party when in fact we know both have created this deep hole we are in.
    The whole political map has been going down hill and WE are to blame for this as we should have made our voices heard long before.
  • Stryder Glfer65 2012/10/06 23:05:05
    Stryder
    I blame the party that's been in power and control over the last six years. Yes, the Repubs have held the house since 2010. However, they can do nothing as long as the Dems have the Senate and the WH. So yes, I'm blaming the Dems and Obama straight up. Their record speaks for itself.
  • Glfer65 Stryder 2012/10/06 23:35:57
    Glfer65
    I am not saying no. just making point that we are too busy playing the blame game and not enough on voting. Also, we cant say the GOP will make things better just on their merits.
    They have plenty to fault on this.
  • Reichstolz 2012/10/06 14:39:56
    no
    Reichstolz
    +1
    They are still democrat light, and with the democrats going socialist, that brings the republicans to the mushy worthless middle.
  • **StarzAbove** 2012/10/06 14:39:05
    yes
    **StarzAbove**
    +2
    Yes, they've gone over the edge. But frustration will do that to people. republicans over the edge
  • Gwen **Starz... 2012/10/06 14:58:49
    Gwen
    +2
    um...Democrats formed the KKK....just sayin.
  • Joves t... Gwen 2012/10/06 23:16:18
    Joves the Instigator
    +2
    Come on now! We can let a little thing like history get in the way of her little picture can we?
  • Gwen Joves t... 2012/10/07 00:05:07
    Gwen
    +2
    silly me...I tend to let facts go to my head.
  • Chris - The Rowdy One! #187 2012/10/06 14:33:59
  • Glfer65 Chris -... 2012/10/06 14:44:33
    Glfer65
    +2
    I have to agree to a point as both sides have their extremist ways in different directions I might add. The key is we have lost any bipartisan attitudes and the ability to make things for the greater good even though it does not satify everyone it needs to be done.
    You own a business, so when you make decisions you make it for the geater good even though not all will like it right?
    Same applies to the nation things have to be put in place despite not having all agreeing with it but knowing it is the right thing to do.
  • Chris -... Glfer65 2012/10/06 14:59:54
  • Glfer65 Chris -... 2012/10/06 15:04:35
    Glfer65
    +1
    My point exactly.
  • Dwight PWCM 2012/09/24 18:22:45
    no
    Dwight PWCM
    +2
    If you are Karl Marx or Mao, then I suppose so.
  • ✞Knight of Honor 2012/09/24 17:43:47
    no
    ✞Knight of Honor
    +4
    I think that the Democrats are too radical.
  • none 2012/09/24 17:35:28
    no
    none
    +2
    They will never catch up or get anywhere close to Democrats, they are the radical ones.
  • Todayisgoingtobegreat 2012/09/24 17:28:17
    no
    Todayisgoingtobegreat
    +3
    But They sure need to step up their game if they are going to win the election
  • BlackwinterG36C 2012/09/24 16:14:18
    no
    BlackwinterG36C
    +4
    They are the same party they've always been.

    The Democrats keep moving farther and farther left ever since the late 70s when the radicals took control of the Democrat party.
  • D D 2012/09/24 16:00:09
    no
    D D
    +3
    Conservatives are conservative. They are not radical.
  • Richard... D D 2012/09/24 16:35:07 (edited)
    Richard Hewlett
    +1
    Not all Republicans are conservative, some are reactionary in the extreme, ergo, radicals.

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