Republican Party Launches Website

May 29, 2010

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Since the Republican Party forte, as of late, is propaganda and slowing down legislation that effects most Americans, they are a little lost when coming up with their own agenda. In that light, they have decided to figure that out by asking Americans for ideas to eventually implement as their own by setting up an online atmosphere for citizens to use.

“I would expect the ideas that come out of this Web site and the involvement of our members will lead to ideas that we can attempt to implement today,” House Minority Leader John Boehner (Ohio) proclaimed.

While I commend their effort to use modern technology and ask the very people whom they serve what they would like to see implemented, they clearly had some shortcomings and resulted in a seemingly failed experiment. The reason one could draw this conclusion is due to the nature of enlightened posts they might find on this site:

we should make english the official language of the US and stop spending tax dollars on translations for mexicans! if english is good enough for baby jesus, its good enough for americans.
 
Stop “teaching” our children the atheist doctrine of heliocentrism. It contradicts the Bible.
 
Oppose using public revenues to promote or perform abortion and will not fund organizations which advocate it. Support the appointment of judges who respect traditional family values and the sanctity and dignity of innocent human life.
 

While not ALL submissions were as simple as the aforementioned posts, but it certainly does outline their inability, not only to moderate the forum, to spend money in a useful manner (strip clubs, private jets etc). Lastly, one might wonder if the ‘crazy’ ideas are still lasting on the website, if they may be considering them for their policy agenda?

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One Response to “Republican Party Launches Website”

  1. Angela Says:

    Government and religion do belong together. Religion is a form of recreation— not something we use as a tool for government policies. In another 100 years or so- people will look back at the same way we look back at people who burned witches at the stake….things change. Also-the religious part of our government is based on Christianity– not everyone is a Christian.

    As for translating and “wasting” tax dollars— most schools provide a foreign language and it must be taken in order to graduate. What is wrong with expanding our brains and learning new languages. Whenever you go to a foreign country– you can damn well bet that there is someone there to translate for you, or knows English. Americans are notably stupid as compared to other countries— I wonder why.

    Schools should only use the bible as a means to teach English, and to teach what everyone is so amped up about… and to teach how the bible came to be— but for no other reason should the bible be used in a school!

    On abortion– Doctors take an oath before they become doctors– I highly doubt they would perform an abortion if it was an actual murder. Additionally, if a 12 year old girl is raped by her father- she should have the option to not be pregnant. Sex education is seriously lacking in our school because people turn into the prudes of the 1800′s when it comes to that… education and knowledge = power. Premarital sex is going to happen no matter how hard you beat the bible.

    Everyone is entitled to their beliefs– IF they follow the Christian code. You can put a pro-life bumper sticker on your car and be safe. If you put a pro-choice bumper sticker on your car– your windshield will be broken, car keyed, and people will yell at you when you get out of the car.

    If you don’t celebrate Christian holidays, Santa and Christmas trees and other traditions are crammed down your throat. Even Obama’s “Holiday Tree” was based on a Christian tradition. It may have included other holiday beliefs, but the tree itself is a symbol of the Christian beliefs.

    Press 1 for English….how hard can that be?

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