Saturday, June 03, 2006

Yes, There Is a Difference

For those cynics who like to complain that there's no difference between Republicans and Democrats, MyDD points us to these results from the The American National Election Studies:
"Do you think there are any important differences in what the Republicans and Democrats stand for?"
No difference: 20%, the lowest figure in 52 years
Yes, a difference: 76%, the highest result in 52 years of polling.

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Blogger jason said...

SAN ANTONIO – Lt. Col. Brian Birdwell offered a greeting to delegates to the Republican convention. "It's great to be back in the holy land," the Fort Worth native said to the cheers of the party faithful.For the 4,500 delegates at last week's biennial gathering, it was both an expression of conservative philosophy and religious faith, a melding of church and state.

At Saturday morning's prayer meeting, party leader Tina Benkiser assured them that God was watching over the two-day confab.

"He is the chairman of this party," she said against a backdrop of flags and a GOP seal with its red, white and blue logo.

The party platform, adopted Saturday, declares "America is a Christian nation" and affirms that "God is undeniable in our history and is vital to our freedom."


Hello, Michael Castle....this is your party.

7:47 AM, June 05, 2006  

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