Saturday, November 17, 2012

Patti and I are living it up in beautiful Parker Arizona....

They have a Walmart and Dennys what more can you ask for?

Here's an IDEA how about the Republicans practice what they preach and quit sucking up to the liberals, hmm?

Inside the Beltway: Staying conservative - Washington Times

Though the mainstream media and certain elected officials are advising the Republican Party to gut itself and re-emerge as a spiffy, contemporary, compliant, agreeable and infinitely more charming new political entity, the majority of Republican voters essentially reject that idea. They’re at home with the Grand Old Party as it is. “Republicans continue to want the GOP to move in a more conservative direction: 60 percent say Republican leaders should move in a more conservative direction while just 31 percent want to see them move in a more moderate direction. Democrats, however, want their party to move in a more moderate — rather than a more liberal — direction by a 55 percent to 35 percent margin,” reports a Pew Research Center survey of about 2,000 voters conducted shortly after the presidential election.

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