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Dewey BS: Sorry I'm Republican and Christian (91* d) RE: BS: Sorry I'm Republican and Christian 06 Dec 04


For Clarity:

Though I am Republican and Christian, I do not see myself as a Republican Christian. (i.e. I do not mix my Republicanism with My Christianity) These two are seperate and rightfully so.

Liberal Christian, Catholic Christian, Liberal Jewish. Conservative Jewish.

These are philosophies and voting patterns to me only, many would correctly say these labels divide us.

Also however these individualities can be constructive as well if tolerated. this is the "real" issue.

I do not always disagree with my liberal friends or my "so called" conservative president George Bush (the biggest liberal spender in human history).

Sometimes philosophies intermingle, in the end people vote on what is important to THEM.

For me (and I think the majority of Americans THIS TIME AROUND was the following issues: National Security and Values.

Had it been Peace time and the Democratic Candidate ran on moral traditional family issues and a robust economy with limited spended and no overseas shipping away of our jobs (the last being unlikely regardless on the candidate) I would have chose the Democratic Candidate.

Phisophically I believe in Conservatism, but beliefs can change based upon needs and changes to the country as a whole.

Let's show some tolerance anyway toward others, no matter which way we choose to vote at the polls on election day.

Dewey


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