A recent visitor took umbrage with with my Religious Linkage for Monday post last week. Part of that post was a Worldnet article called “10 Reasons I’ve Grown to Despise the Left.” The visitor disagreed with the post and cited all sorts of things wrong with right wingers.
I threw a penalty flag in my response. Rebut the 10 reasons without saying the other side is worse, please.
Democrats, I’ll say it again: I vote Republican because I am conservative. If you reflect my values better than the Republicans, I’ll happily switch sides. Most of the time I have no idea what the Democratic Party believes. I just know they don’t like people like me.
A recent article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says that after a study by some Democratic think tank, Democrats believes that the reason that they are losing elections is because more people are voting Republican. Heh.
Doug Patton at GOPUSA points out the problem Democrats are having attracting middle America:
It is hard to imagine why their agenda is not resonating with the American people. After all, Democrats stand for so many things Americans hold dear, things like: purging all references to God from the public square; coddling violent criminals while banning the ownership of handguns by law-abiding citizens; the redistribution of wealth from those who have earned it to those who have not; capitulation to our terrorist enemies abroad; the surrender of American sovereignty to a corrupt world body (the U.N.); homosexual marriage; abortion on demand right up to the moment of birth; and the seizing of private property for commercial use if it produces more tax revenue for their precious government coffers.
What civic-minded American wouldn’t support a sensible agenda like that?
Not only to the Democrats dislike people like me, I’m having a difficult time finding things about Democrats that I like.