Tuesday, August 22, 2006

The Party's Over

Ok, it's official, all that remains is tax policy. (Can Republicans even call this guy a "conservative" without smirking?)

Mr. Bush has abandoned "traditional conservative" stances on immigration, civil liberties, federal spending, limited government, non-intervention, tariffs and trade, and now, at long last, he's even pitching the pro-lifers overboard

President Bush Approves Over the Counter Early Abortion Pill, Pro-Life Base Decries Move

By John-Henry Westen

WASHINGTON, August 21, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) - For his pro-life supporter base, President George W. Bush stepped into one of the biggest political landmines of his Presidential career today with his approval of over the counter status for the abortion-causing morning after pill Plan B.

Rest easy, Fox Fans, it's entirely possible that White House advisers simply forgot to tell the president what he "believes" this morning. No doubt a timely memo from the RNC will clear it all up...

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