View Poll Results: Which Group Is Better?

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  • Conservatives are superior to Liberals

    1 7.14%
  • Liberals are superior to Conservatives

    5 35.71%
  • Neither group is superior

    8 57.14%
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    Veteran Member bajisima's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderer View Post
    I don't even look at him as a "rightie" -- he's not really ideological. He's transactional. That said, he's positioned himself as a rightie and he is more of the right than the left at present (though certainly not always and not in all ways.) Above all else, he is Trump. And all that that carries with it.
    Yet I have no doubt he would switch to being a leftie if it suited his needs or image. There is one pundit I see frequently on CNN and he swears Trump will redeclare himself a democrat if they take the House and Senate this fall just because he thinks he would look like a loser if his party loses control, he will blame them and not himself and turn his back on them.
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    I don't know how to vote "Neither group is superior" because for me that could not be further from the truth unless I am flatlining. Ideology is a very important part of who we are as a society so one has to recognize what any ideology means for this country and society as a whole. Right now the fight is who we are going to be as the struggle has been to move backward to a less enlightened time or to move forward in a bold and caring manner.

    There are times when the differences are fairly meaningless in that they do not damage the country. Right here and now that is not the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief View Post
    I don't look at Trump as a Republican. He is a rightie, but he can't easily be fit into the mold of a political party. He's certainly not a team player. Trump is just Trump, and rather than leading the Republicans he's got them by the neck and he's dragging them along with him.
    He is better described as a Tea Party leader as his ideology in those areas were the same before elected (See Obama birth certificate). I'd call that a republican as he is a part of that movement minus an evolution.

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