The following quote made me go, hmmm..... I wonder what the ratio is?
I'm a Conservative....NOT A REPUBLICAN! (very few elected RINOs are conservative.)
I am not registered with any party.
And let's keep this thread as informational only please.
I am a Republicrat. Do not vote party lines, instead vote on best man for issues. Seems I vote Republican most of the time, including most recent election which was a total waste for Democrats and Republicans.
Christian, Conservative, Republican . . . in that order.
Don't follow any registered parties. I think they're all part of the same multi-headed snake in the grass.:rolleyes:
Does it matter?
Q: How can you tell when a politician is lying?
A: His/her lips are moving.
I used to consider myself a republican, but not so much anymore. I would consider myself very conservative.
Are you asking my values, or how I am registered?
They are not necessarily the same.
I am what a Republican used to be.
I'm a conservative, who is registered Republican because they are the closest party to my ideals, with a chance to win. Compared to the Republican party right now I am extremely far to the right of them all....
I am a registered Republican, because in Kansas you cannot vote in a primary unless you declare a party.
I'm a paleoconservative malcontent.
I'm a Libertarian, pretty much pro choice everything, as long as I don't have to pay for your choice. I choose to own guns and I don't expect you to buy them for me.:hand5:
I'm an objectivist who finds himself voting Republican most of the time. I wish we had a party that was closer to my views.