Monday, August 02, 2004

IT HAS A RING OF TRUTH TO IT

I've been wondering whether there are some conservatives who were, privately, not really supportive of "four more years." In this article, the authors list five reasons why some conservatives might actually, privately, cheer a win by Kerry/Edwards.

Of all the reasons they list, the one that rings the truest is that it would bring on gridlock. Since the Congress would still likely have a Republican majority, those who believe no legislation means no increase, and maybe a decrease, in government spending would be more than willing to sacrifice Bush (who's proven to be the first big-government conservative in, well, maybe forever).



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