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I Am Homeless Again — 15 Comments

  1. Dan, I love this. As you know I have political leanings somplace to the Dan I Love this. As you know I have political leanings someplace to the right of Attila the Hun, but I agree with you for the most part both parties have become the parties of “agree with me or you can’t be part of me.” So I guess I’ve become politically homeless just like you. Yes I still have an R after my voter registration but that is because Attila would not have been as effective in his conquests if he hadn’t had an Army. So make room in that double wide cardboard box for me will ya buddy.

  2. Dan, well said I have been politically homeless for years. My views tend to lean more towards the left due to social issues that the Republican’s will never support! Maybe we should form a party more aligned with mainstream Americans! :-). that doesn’t rhyme with pea!

  3. A long time ago I suggested that we should get all of our VF brothers together and begin running for offices under a common sense party. I also suggested that we call it the VF party. Not because of our academy experience but because of the unification that took place in that cold place and JOINED the people together as an army. Formidable enough to defeat the greatest war power in the world at the time. We need to bring people together to ONCE AGAIN defeat the terrible forces that are currently destroying the representative republic we love and cherish. Start with pushing the States to push for constitutional amendments for balanced budget, tax reform (I am a personal fan of the FAIR TAX), term limits and the abolishing of the Executive Order. Then start to clean house of lobbyists and political PAC’s Just thinkin……….some thought s I think I think….

  4. I’m not far behind you, Dan. I agree with you that we all have much more in common than those things that seem to divide us. But one of the things that both parties have in common is hatred. I often wonder if the Republicans know anything at all. On the other side, I wonder how the Democrats who talk so much about love spew so much hate. There is much more vitriol on that side, I believe… of, perhaps, it’s because the media feel more inclined to add to their voices. Whatever the case, it may well deb that you and I do have a home: The partisans have left our house to make a place in the smell and swill of dumpster-diving.

  5. Jeff – I’ll agree that from my perspective the left sounds more mean-spirited. However, there’s no shortage of ad hominem attacks on both sides of the aisle in the halls of Congress and throughout the administration as well.

  6. This is precisely why I originally registered as an Independent, although I did vote for JFK in the first election in which I could vote. I remain a proud Independent today. It is the only place to be, especially in recent decades when polarizing has become so unfortunately polarizing.

  7. As long as people say. “The Libertarian party has most of what I want, but I won’t join, because they’re too small,” they will be. Somewhere along the line, you should have learned the lesson. “We must stand together, or assuredly we will hang together.” The Publicans and the Dumbocrats will continue to abuse everyone, as long as people refuse to join together, against them.

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