Talk:Republican Party

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Contemporary Party

The contemporary Republican Party represents a wide array of interests such as the conservative evangelicals and the economic libertarians. The party has had some internal conflict over attitudes about how governments should run and how large they should be, what the party stands for, and what the party's attitude towards neo-conservatism should be especially in regard to foreign policy. The party is also divided over immigration issues with some members (such as George Bush) favoring workers visas and permits and some other members favoring strict control of immigration and strong action against illegal immigration. Recently, in what is seen as a slight change in policy direction, the Republican Party has taken on several of the tenets of national socialism. "

This is getting worse than Wiki.....

--TK 19:45, 13 March 2007 (EDT)

FYI: "Wiki" refers to the type of software used. Conservapedia is a "Wiki". --Hojimachongtalk 19:47, 13 March 2007 (EDT)

LOL...That's the Trouble with being Ernest. I think people know what I meant. --TK 20:11, 13 March 2007 (EDT)