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rob5791
Maiden, North Carolina
I'm a conservative thinker, but open to new and different ideas.
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Posted Apr 7, 2011 at Robert Honeycutt's blog
Today's special election in Massachusetts for the vacated seat of the late Ted kennedy went to Scott Brown. A republican state senator and now the junior senator of Massachusetts. This victory was a shot heard around the nation. Obama is frustrated, the media is stupified, but the people of Mass. new that the change that President Obama promised is not the change they wanted. Like most of us, we thought he would bring transperancy in the government, reign in spending, and make government accountable. I think we were all duped into believing that load of crap. I, for one, didn't... Continue reading
Posted Jan 19, 2010 at Robert Honeycutt's blog
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Liberalism now is nothing like the liberalism that was practiced during the JFK years. Liberalism back then respected and feared the constitution. They were open to new and different ideas. They wanted a free market system. Now these days it's called progressivism. They want to circumvent the constitution and control the way your live your life and what you use in it. Progressives will lie and smear in order to get their message across. They want the country to go socialist. What that means that government will have control of our economy. They ultimately want all american depending on what... Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2010 at Robert Honeycutt's blog
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Jan 15, 2010
What is conservatism? Conservatism to me is following the constitution to the letter. It means limited government, a deliberate democracy, and states rights. We all know that in the last 77 years that hasn't been the case. It doesn't matter who is in office, democrat or republican, they all want to increase the size of government and make us more dependent on them. Look at the healthcare reform bill in the senate right now. They are going to force people into buying insurance. Last time I checked the constitution prohibits the government into forcing people in to buying goods or... Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2010 at Robert Honeycutt's blog
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