If Corky from Life Goes On was a PolBlogger…

I suppose it might look something like this:

There are many different differences between the two American political parties today. There is also much distance between the two parties. I don’t know if there has ever been a more divided nation between the parties as there is now. I for myself, cannot say I am affiliated with one party or another. For the most part I would say that I am a Republican but I don’t always agree with them and there have been plenty of times that I have agreed with the Democrats. I would also never vote just for the party. I care more about the candidates then which party they belong to.I would like to see more unification between the two of them because I believe that it is stupid to not get along because so and so isn’t part of the same party. I wish in my own little world that everything politcal wasn’t based on whether someone is a Republican or a Democrat.

Repeat ad nauseum at this blog obviously set up by someone for their Political Science 101 class.

Actually… I apologize for the analogy between that blog and Corky. I hope people with Down’s Syndrome will forgive me for ruining their good name.

Stephen VanDyke

I've published HoT along with about 300+ friends since 2002. We're all Americans who are snarky and love our country. I'm a libertarian that registered Republican because I like to win elections. That's pretty much it.

  1. There are a couple of differences between the parties:

    The left seems to be a bit more economically conservative these days

    Kerry and Hillary are more hawkish than Ron Paul and Walter Jones

    Howard Dean has a better record on gun rights then Dubya

    Aside from these observations, there is no meaningful distinction.

  2. the blogger’s worse offense? the mixing of THEN and THAN. along with the whole WEARY/WARY debacle and BRING/TAKE, THEN/THAN is probably the greatest crime in america today.