Wednesday, March 23, 2005


Republican Party of Lincoln now a Theocracy Party

Looks like the GOP's rush to overturn an issue fully litigated in state courts is driving a wedge in the unholy alliance between the KK-Kristians and the "states rights" contingent - which includes the business community:
"This is a clash between the social conservatives and the process conservatives, and I would count myself a process conservative," said David Davenport of the Hoover Institute, a conservative research organization. "When a case like this has been heard by 19 judges in six courts and it's been appealed to the Supreme Court three times, the process has worked - even if it hasn't given the result that the social conservatives want. For Congress to step in really is a violation of federalism."

"My party is demonstrating that they are for states' rights unless they don't like what states are doing," said Representative Christopher Shays of Connecticut, one of five House Republicans who voted against the bill. "This couldn't be a more classic case of a state responsibility."

"This Republican Party of Lincoln has become a party of theocracy," Mr. Shays said. "There are going to be repercussions from this vote. There are a number of people who feel that the government is getting involved in their personal lives in a way that scares them."
Source: New York Times G.O.P. Right Is Splintered on Schiavo Intervention
March 23, 2005 (Emphasis added)

If Bush and his buddies keep this up, Bush's "political capital surplus" is going to become a deficit faster than the Clinton Surplus became the Bush Deficit.


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