Devil505 wrote:What I disagree with is the sudden concern with fiscal responsibility & concern over leaving our debts to the next generation .....which has ONLY become a concern to Fox News & The Republican Party since 12:01pm on January 21st 2009 when a Democratic President took office. Where were all these marches & tea parties when the true costs of the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan were hidden...year after year...in supplemental Emergency Apprpriations?
It's hypocrisy..plain & simple, imo.
Devil, You are wrong about the sudden concern over fiscal responsibility. The republican party is in disarray now because of the lack of fiscal restraint. As soon as the republicans held all the levers of power, they spent as least as much as every democratic adminstration had previoulsy. Not as much as the current one mind you but it was out of control. All pretence of conservative values including smaller federal govt. and spending went right out the window. And as a result, they lost conservative support. McCain was certainly not a conservative. Many like my self voted in protest for a third party. If the republicans can't get back on a true conservative path by 2012, I'd say we're looking at an 8 year run for BO. Sadly, I'm not optomistic.