Texas Republican Party = Ultra Nationalists
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August 27th, 2012, 02:29
You see nationalism in every corner. It's your second favorite boogeyman behind religion. This little bit of nonsense covers both bits of terror, so I guess it shouldn't be any big surprise that you're jumping out of your skin.
Before you worry too much, I'd advise you to consider your sources. Many of those points are being dramatically distorted by your source. No surprise there. While there's undeniably some tremendously bad ideas in there, I think the same could be said of every single political platform in the entire world. Most of the ideas, when actually taken at face value, are either no-brainers or regurgitation of established constitutional law. Of course, that's not really very scary, so by all means play it up as you see fit.
Careful, though, I expect the ledges on the ivory tower would be rather high, so you might want to come back inside.
Sorry. No pearls of wisdom in this oyster.
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