Buckley Told Us Clearly BushnCo Are Too Far To The Right
William F. Buckley Jr., Told Us Clearly BushnCo Are Too Far To The Right
by WillSolly | February 28, 2008 - 6:16am
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My purpose in writing this article is to offer the argument that based on William F. Buckley Jr', writings and interviews, the GOP power center of right wing extremists was too far right for even an arch conservative such as Mr Buckley.
I propose that Buckley's conservatism, such as it was, was an "honest" conservatism. By that I mean he was first an American. That America came before his politics, before his desire to be right, before his desire to slander and belittle just for the sake of winning. Unlike psychotics such as Hannity and Limbaugh and O'Reilly.
Another point I wish to make is that there are still conservatives who are palatable and should be entertained and with whom we should find common ground on many more occasions than are presently occurring.
And yes, as Donald Trump says, it's hard to find Republicans in the house who will communicate openly and fairly. Trump says "everything about Bush Admin is a lie".
What I find is in communicating one-on-one with GOP supporters at times there is a degree of sanity and more importantly common ground can be found.
For example many GOP feel BushnCo have trampled the Constitution and they want it protected and returned to it's "pre-Bush" structure.
In today's political "situation", upon examination of William F. Buckley Jr., it is apparent he is more in line with the right wing and somewhat centrist element of the Democratic party. I've included a couple of his quotes and links. I'm sure anyone reading this knows much about him so I won't load up with numerous articles to overkill my point.
Read on the following link his disappointment in corporate abusers. Unlike people currently in power who do not seem to care and are in fact assisting the conduct of white collar crime and sleazy greed mongers.
"But Buckley was also willing to criticize his own and made no secret of his distaste for at least some of Bush's policies. In a 2006 interview with CBS, he called the Iraq war a failure."
"If you had a European prime minister who experienced what we've experienced, it would be expected that he would retire or resign," Buckley said at the time.
AS you know, sanity, not Hannity, must return to America.
There is only one way I can suggest. Go to www.wexlerwantshearings.com Get all you know and seek influential bloggers and activists to pump out WWW.WEXLERWANTSHEARINGS.COM
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