Category: Smart Republicans


A Real Christian Calls a Spade a Spade

Smart Republicans

A Smart Republican site was brought to my attention, this guy is bright. He says something that I have been saying for some time, Judge Bush by his actions, not his words. Bush is no Christian, his actions are quite un-Christian. He loathes the poor, while enriching the rich; he is a known liar, drunker and so on.

His site is

Here is his opener...

How much longer will Christians excuse President Bush's blatantly anti-Christian policies and personal behavior? Is the 'R' which represents his political persuasion reason enough for Christians to cast a blind eye? The fact of the matter is that Bush's policies are virtually identical to that of his predecessor, and yet Bush is showered with praise while Clinton is demonized. Therefore, one may deduce that it is not Bush's neo-conservative agenda nor exemplary leadership, but solely his public profession of faith which has gained him the admiration of the Christian masses.

The irony of the whole ordeal is that Clinton likewise portrayed himself as Christian, but he was despised by most fundamental bible-thumpers. So what is it exactly that makes Bush more believable? After years of research and thought, I believe the answer is that Bush is indeed a religious man; however, what the Christian community as a whole fails to recognize is that Bush's version of Christianity is far from "fundamental."

Mr. Bush also deems himself to be 'compassionate' and 'conservative,' but time and again his actions belie those labels. To those who have ears to hear, Bush's fruit out-wieghs his verbal rhetoric.


New GOP Campaign Strategy..

Life in Bushs America

All I can say is WOW, I am not sure if this man is an idiot, or a freaking genius. Here is his main platform, Vote for me, and I will work to impeach Bush...

I am not kidding! From the Rutland Herald

A Congressional candidate who wants to impeach President Bush insists he can win the Republican primary.

Dennis Morrisseau, 62, of West Pawlet, plans to seek the Republican nomination to run for U.S. House of Representatives. The seat is being vacated by Rep. Bernard Sanders, I-Vt., who plans a run for the U.S. Senate.

A central part of his platform, Morrisseau said, will be bringing articles of impeachment against Bush.

He will most likely face Maj. Gen. Martha Rainville, adjutant general of the Vermont National Guard, in the September 2006 primary, along with any other candidates who might get themselves placed on the ballot between now and then.

Morrisseau said he considers himself more of a Republican than the president, and he thinks a lot of Vermont Republicans agree with him.

"This leadership isn't very Republican and I don't think it's very popular with Vermont Republicans," he said. "Republicans in this state tend to be mind-your-own-business people, keep taxes low and government small."

Morrisseau held up former Gov. Deane Davis as an example of a Vermont Republican.

"Davis was the best environmentalist we had in this state," he said. "That's Republicanism in Vermont. We like small businesses. We're afraid of outsiders and large businesses. That's what I'm about."


I Guess a Few Republican Do Have a Mind to call Their Own


No, I am not talking about the members of the 234th Blog Brigade, you know the ones, they sit around all day and troll sites defending the president with one tired Rush phrase after another. The ones who are vocal about how great the war is going, and yet, not rushing down to a recruiter and joining in the war effort.

No they are still firmly on board with Mr. Bush's lies. I speak of Sen. Chuck Hagel, apparently he is starting to see the light, and starting to the president as a cinder block tied to their own career.

From US News and World Report

Nebraska Republican Sen. Chuck Hagel is angry. He's upset about the more than 1,700 U.S. soldiers killed and nearly 13,000 wounded in Iraq. He's also aggravated by the continued string of sunny assessments from the Bush administration, such as Vice President Dick Cheney's recent remark that the insurgency is in its "last throes." "Things aren't getting better; they're getting worse. The White House is completely disconnected from reality," Hagel tells U.S. News. "It's like they're just making it up as they go along. The reality is that we're losing in Iraq."

That's strikingly blunt talk from a member of the president's party, even one cast as something of a pariah in the GOP because of his early skepticism about the war. "I got beat up pretty good by my own party and the White House that I was not a loyal Republican," he says. Today, he notes, things are changing: "More and more of my colleagues up here are concerned."

Indeed, there are signs that the politics of the Iraq war are being reshaped by the continuing tide of bad news. Take this month in Iraq, with 47 U.S. troops killed in the first 15 days. That's already five more than the toll for the entire month of June last year. With the rate of insurgent attacks near an all-time high and the war's cost set to top $230 billion, more politicians on both sides of the aisle are responding to opinion polls that show a growing number of Americans favoring a withdrawal from Iraq. Republican Sens. Lincoln Chafee and Lindsey Graham have voiced their concerns. And two Republicans, including the congressman who brought "freedom fries" to the Capitol, even joined a pair of Democratic colleagues in sponsoring a bill calling for a troop withdrawal plan to be drawn up by year's end. "I feel confident that the opposition is going to build," says Rep. Ron Paul, the other Republican sponsor and a longtime opponent of the war.


Ragan Republican Calls for Bush's Impeachment and Conviction

Smart Republicans

Well this post called for a new category, so I made one up "Smart Republicans". Now I know what you are thinking, there are none, well I found one. I think that part of winning back America is going to have to be done from within the Republicans, and I think that we are starting to see that, thank god!

So here is what I found, Paul Craig Roberts, a the John M. Olin fellow at the Institute for Political Economy, a research fellow at the Independent Institute, and senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution, a well known and well respected conservative journalist and former Assistant Treasury Secretary under Reagan. So this guy is a die hard Republican.

This is from his website, a story titled "A Reputation in Tatters"

George W. Bush and his gang of neocon warmongers have destroyed America's reputation. It is likely to stay destroyed, because at this point the only way to restore America's reputation would be to impeach and convict President Bush for intentionally deceiving Congress and the American people in order to start a war of aggression against a country that posed no threat to the United States.

America can redeem itself only by holding Bush accountable.

As intent as Republicans were to impeach President Bill Clinton for lying about a sexual affair, they have a blind eye for President Bush's far more serious lies. Bush's lies have caused the deaths of tens of thousands of people, injured and maimed tens of thousands more, devastated a country, destroyed America's reputation, caused 1 billion Muslims to hate America, ruined our alliances with Europe, created a police state at home, and squandered $300 billion dollars and counting.

America's reputation is so damaged that not even our puppets can stand the heat. Anti-American riots, which have left Afghan cities and towns in flames and hospitals overflowing with casualties, have forced Bush's Afghan puppet, "President" Hamid Karzai, to assert his independence from his U.S. overlords. In a belated act of sovereignty, Karzai asserted authority over heavy-handed U.S. troops whose brutal and stupid ways sparked the devastating riots. Karzai demanded control of U.S. military activities in Afghanistan and called for the return of the Afghan detainees who are being held at the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

Go and read the rest, I am sure because of the pingback, I am going to get a lot of hate comments soon. Bring'em on I guess.

Life in Bush's America

Sadly, November of 2000 put this great nation on a track of destruction. Four years later the fundamentalist whack-jobs used fear and a tangle of lies to scare people into voting for this nut bag again.

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