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  1. GodlessLiberalAtheist
    November 3, 2013

    I can’t help but think Manchurian Candidates. It would be a brilliant strategy for he GOP if they could get enough elected

  2. louiszwu
    November 3, 2013

    I hope it’s just simple pessimism I’m seeing here. Does everyone really believe that it’s impossible for one to realize the error of their ways? If so, we’re a sorry lot indeed.

    The main ideological difference between liberalism and conservatism is how each views the rest of humanity. As a general rule, conservatives believe that most are lazy, and without morality, and must be forced into virtue (with them doing the forcing, of course). For the most part, liberals believe that most are decent, hard-working, and just doing the best they can. Of course there are exceptions on both sides. Humans are complex.

    Though, after reading these comments, I may have to re-think that position.

  3. Moongrim
    November 2, 2013

    My colleagues are correct- will this bird sing the same tune after election day?

    After all, he’s already shown himself to be a turncoat.

  4. EmmaLib
    November 2, 2013

    Trusting a serpent with a forked tongue to be telling the truth, I am not so sure that is a good idea. Has no one learned anything from history??? I have seen many Republicans run on the democratic ticket just to get elected or re-elected, and then they go back to their old greedy self-serving ways. And sadly, NC has no recall process, none.

  5. Alyssa
    November 2, 2013

    The only thing I worry about with all of these republicans jumping ship to run as democrats is that they’ll get elected as democrats, and STILL push the same conservative agenda. Center’s already been pushed too far the right as it is.

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