Tuesday, December 02, 2003

War Watch - November 23, 2003 - Zell Miller Tries to Save the Democratic Party - The Ornery American ::

Card comments on the democrats on lack of compromise, while praising Zell Miller as the exception:

Miller quotes John F. Kennedy: "Compromise need not mean cowardice. Indeed, it is frequently the compromisers and conciliators who are faced with the severest tests of political courage as they oppose the extremist views of their constituents."

Card always has interesting opinions. Many people predict that the democrats are risking failure as a mainstream political party. I really don't care either way as long as we don't go down a failing path of having the government provide for everything people don't have. That is simply not it's function...

For example:
Dean: A Socialist? ::

Is the socialist label unfair? I don't know. From Dean's website we get the following,

"The economic policies of the Bush Administration are misguided, unfair, and unsuccessful.
They fail to meet the basic standard of economic justice: decent, well-paying jobs for all who want them."

Certianly not the kind of pro-market position I'd like to see. A job's wage rate should be set by supply and demand and not some fuzzy headed notion of what is a "good wage".

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