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YouTube - George Will At CPAC 2010 pt.1 - 3


Great speech definitely worth the listen.


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Rick GComment by Rick G - February 20, 2010, 11:08 am
Sorry, refuse to watch the video. As a group they boo'ed Bob Barr when he expressed his anti-torture views. Their support of waterboarding is not a "conservative" policy. Barry Goldwater is reaching warp speed spinning in his grave.

Is Ron Paul the last remaining REAL conservative in the country?
konaneComment by konane - February 20, 2010, 3:03 pm
Thanks Rick! It's a well delivered speech without a teleprompter. I think we as a people need to re-examine things like waterboarding and other techniques our government may have contracted outside the US to be used. I believe we will do so over time as possible secret agendas, hidden players come bobbing to the surface just like Climategate .... as we know they all will in time.

We have one heck of a mess to clean up in our own backyard, and I believe a refresher on what conservatism ideologically represents is prudent for now since our primary education for the last half century has been liberalism. We can refine ... add or delete ... as time passes. I'm very confident in our awakening consciousness to do just that.
Rick GComment by Rick G - February 20, 2010, 5:03 pm
Konane, agreed. The neo-conservatism that has evolved since 1994 has left millions of conservatives disenfranchised. Every new libertarian is an ex-republican. Fiscal responsibility is only a small part of conservatism and means nothing without individual liberty and the Rule of Law. To keep banging the same drum and expecting it to suddenly sound like a piano is insane.
konaneComment by konane - February 20, 2010, 6:21 pm
Thanks Rick! I've taken that quick online political test several times and come out as a conservative Libertarian every time. :-D

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