RINO: Republican in Name Only (The Newsroom: Video)

Via on Oct 19, 2012

I’m a liberal. Clearly.

But I’m not a liberal because I hate conservatives. I respect the conservative tradition, and might even have joined it, during more…moderate times. As I’ve said many times, I’m a Dwight Eisenhower Republican kinda guy.

Awesome stuff. Short version:


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4 Responses to “RINO: Republican in Name Only (The Newsroom: Video)”

  1. shiva says:

    Cool. Thanks for posting this.

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  4. […] Dwight David Eisenhower is another Republican whose name is never mentioned by his political heirs. I wonder why? […]

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