« on: February 08, 2008, 08:01:42 PM »
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Messages - RokoMotion
« on: February 08, 2008, 08:36:38 AM »
I think you may have a chance at NYU, but not a great one. It's worth applying though, if you really want to go to one of CCN. You never know.
Have you thought about Michigan? You already have ties there...
Anyone. But. Huckabee.
I think this has been the quote of the month in my apartment since December. I'm starting to hear myself screaming it in my sleep.
As an economic conservative, this is really a dark day for me. I can't stand Huckabee or McCain. I will vote for them in the General (only because I agree more with them on a policy-level than Hillary/Obama), but they won't get any of my volunteer time/money/attention/support in 2012 if necessary).
And the way McCain and Huckabee played Romney the last month only made it worse. There's nothing about either that appeals to me.
« on: February 07, 2008, 11:05:28 AM »
Have I been booted from the facebook group? It doesn't show up anymore under "my groups" when I log on...
« on: February 06, 2008, 05:54:18 PM »
Back on topic, yes, I do think George W.'s policies have been fiscally liberal - hence why many in the Republican party are upset with him (me). That doesn't change the fact that Obama and Hillary are fiscally liberal, and does not entail that all Democrats are.
I'm not making a partisan claim here. Just an observation. Not all Republicans are fiscally conservative, but some are (just not the two left standing in the primary). Not all Democrats are fiscally liberal (but the two left standing are). Thus, all candidates left, in my judgment are fiscally liberal. That is why I'm very unhappy with how this primary season has shaken out, especially coming from a state that hasn't voted yet, and never got a chance to exercise its voice.