Certainly hairdos Boehner and Cantor don't care.
4/2/11, "Republicans Need to Get Rid of Collectivism," American Thinker,
"Republicans, to a large extent, still do not grasp the justness of Individualism. And this is why they have failed to defeat Democrats when it comes to the political debate. They are still debating the Democrats on collectivist premises.
The Republicans aren't trumpeting individualism and calling for the complete abolition of socialistic polices. What the Republicans are doing is arguing on the extent of how much socialism should exist. What the Republicans need to understand is that a government's job is to protect its citizen's individual rights, and anything beyond that is a violation of the constitution and
- is harmful to Americans.
Collectivism, which both President Bush and President Obama advanced politically, is what
- brought America to its current crisis.
Commenter to above article on AT:
"Posted by: aprilnovember811
Apr 02, 12:29 PM
That's why it's important to remove these institutionalized Republicans like Boehner and Cantor. They are more concerned about how their hair looks on their next appearance with the propagandist media than doing what the Constitution demands they do. I don't like it when they even appear on these shows. Just do your job and you won't need to go on and explain yourself. You don't answer to David Gregory. The EPA and DOE are nothing but departments committing white collar crime. The names of the agencies are only used as cover. That is a very good place to start."
I recall George Bush saying in 2006 he was happy the congress was democrat because they would pass more of the things he wanted (than supposed republicans). ed.