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« on: March 11, 2010, 04:32:46 pm »

To make an rather boring and predictable point, it depends on definition of "liberal", assuming we are using the term to mean "left-wing", I can't think of many. I know Cao voted for the stimulus, but I can't think of any current Republican that would fit in with the *old Republican party of the mid to late 1800's (pro-tariff, anti-trust, anti-big business).


*I understand that these aren't universal principles of that century's Republican Party (namely the likes of Rutherford Hayes and James Garfield)

Pro-tariff equals anti big business?
Are you f***ing kidding me? I thought the point of a high protective tariff was to make American business bigger.
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