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Tuesday, August 31, 2004

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 The GOP doesn't reflect America

Michael Moore has been hired by USA Today to cover the reTHUGlican convention. He has some interesting observations:
I've often found that if I go down the list of "liberal" issues with people who say they're Republican, they are quite liberal and not in sync with the Republicans who run the country. Most don't want America to be the world's police officer and prefer peace to war. They applaud civil rights, believe all Americans should have health insurance and think assault weapons should be banned. Though they may personally oppose abortion, they usually don't think the government has the right to tell a women what to do with her body.

There's a name for these Republicans: RINOs or Republican In Name Only. They possess a liberal, open mind and don't believe in creating a worse life for anyone else....

The Republican Party's leadership knows America is not only filled with RINOs, but most Americans are much more liberal than the delegates gathered in New York.

The Republicans know it. That's why this week we're seeing gay-loving Rudy Giuliani, gun-hating Michael Bloomberg and abortion-rights advocate Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Blogger mxcote.blogspot.com said...

FROM MXCOTE -

A Mitt Romney speech surprise at the convention! Spread the word!

I failed in figuring out what it is, but my thoughts: VP? Insider Kerry scoop? This might be HUGE!!!!!

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/08/29/opinion/main639222.shtml

11:17 AM  
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11:17 AM  
Blogger Nanovirus said...

Mayber he'll replace Dick "F-Bomb" Cheney?

11:30 AM  

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