Some tinkering with programs and spending may occur, but not the policy changes necessary to extricate our country from the regulatory and financial quagmire produced by the present socialist policies.
Democrats demonize those of us who have worked very hard in small and large businesses to make things better for our employees and our families by spewing the line that we “don’t pay our fair share”.
I have the feeling that we’re being hoodwinked by one of the best con artists in the business, and if you elect him back in office for another four years you’ll only have yourself to blame.
The Republican Party has fought against Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, minimum wage, unions, anything helpful to people trying to get ahead.
Is it any wonder that voters can’t believe or trust politicians of either party?
To the Editor: This letter should be really addressed to both Presidential Candidates. I propose that immediately after the elections in November that the winning candidate ask President Bill Clinton and Speaker Newt Gingrich to form a committee of two statesmen to propose and recommend bipartisan legislation to solve our nation’s economic and fiscal problems […]
Memo to the GOP from a Democrat: You are missed but you’re not getting anywhere near the Oval Office until you do some serious soul searching.
Leadership upholds ideals without compromising them just for the sake of what works.
Clint Eastwood”s appearance at the RNC in Tampa completely sidetracked any momentum the Republicans had.