Democrats Have Choices in Their Rhode Island Primary Too

Apart from the nine options Republican voters will have in the upcoming RI Presidential primary, I should mention that Rhode Islanders voting in the state’s Democratic primary will also have a range of options to choose from…

  • They can choose Hillary Clinton, who promises that her iron-fisted management of every aspect of your life she can inject the government into will finally make conventional liberalism work.
  • Or they can choose Barack Obama, who promises that his ability to unite people through his youthful energy and good looks will finally make conventional liberalism work.
  • Or they can choose John Edwards, who promises that his ability to turn anger into a positive force will finally make conventional liberalism work.
  • Or they can choose Dennis Kucinich, who is the most qualified to work with aliens on beaming the signals directly into our heads that will finally make conventional liberalism work.

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Mike
Mike
13 years ago

While you make valid points I must say that other than Cong. Paul Republicans have no choice but various shades of open border, global supremacist and pro-Zionist, pro police state candidates.
One party talks Big Government: the other talks Small Government but they both deliver Big Government.

Will
13 years ago

It’s not quite that black and white — though it’d be a lot simpler if it were.
A few of the candidates aren’t great on border security or illegal immigration, but most are good to great. If “global supremacist” means America is the best country on earth, and that we should do everything we can to stay that way, then count me in. And for the coup de grace, I’d rather have “pro-Zionist” (read: pro-Israel) candidates, rather than “pro-Islamofascist” ones. Paul may not want Islamofascists to take over the Middle East, but that’s exactly what would happen by default if we adopted his type of “foreign policy” (i.e., don’t have one at all).

Mike
Mike
13 years ago

The bipartisan thirst for global empire coupled with open borders equals the end of America. There are American troops or bases in some 130 countries. The real cost of the war machine is about $1 trillion per year while the Brazil-ification of the country continues unabated. Read Pat Buchanan’s latest book.

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