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Onlooker Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-23-07 12:13 PM
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48. I don't think he's a conservative ...
Edited on Sun Dec-23-07 12:14 PM by Onlooker
In fact I support him because I think he's the most liberal of the three leaders, but I don't think he's given a good answer to this legitimate question. And the argument that it's a constitutional issue is lame. If he doesn't believe the constitution protects our right to privacy, then he would in fact be conservative on that critical issue. Therefore, I think there's another answer to why he opposed that legislation.

And unlike some I don't give any candidate a free ride, even if I support them.
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