The Bush administration holds to power by virtue of its grassroots support, but when you ask a grassrooter why, the answer is typically rooted in misinformation of the "We have to fight them over there (Duh...wrong country) so we don't have to fight them over here (BS in the first place).
By allowing themselves to be so mislead, local Republicans seem unable to purge their party of the gravest threat to our country since the succession of the Confederate States. As a result, I am on a campaign against Republicans at every level of American government, down to animal control officer.
But there are cracks in the wall, as the facade that has covered the sheer incompetence and corruption of the Republican party corrodes in the fresh air of factual evidence. How incompetent can a President be? Answer that for yourself after you think about the fact that President Bush found out about the Untied Arab Emirates taking over our seaports from TV.
In so far as its actual execution, Conservative philosophy has proved to be an abject failure, in that it requires suppression of information to exist, even, it turns out, from its own President.
I will not vote for anyone who even remotely supports Republicans until the Republican party casts out its demons and returns to being the party of American Industrialists instead of open servitude to the oil producing governments of the MIddle East
Another reason I will not vote for a Republican for anything whatsoever is illustrated by retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. In a speech this week, she used actions by a Republican Senator and a Republican Congressman to illustrate her fear that America, under George W. Bush, is slipping into dictatorship.
Here's some of what Justice O'Connor said:
Pointing to the experiences of developing countries and formerly Communist countries, where interference with an independent judiciary has allowed dictatorship to flourish, O’Connor said...
"We must be ever vigilant against those who would strong-arm the judiciary into adopting their preferred policies. It takes a lot of degeneration before a country falls into dictatorship, but we should avoid these ends by avoiding these beginnings."