Conservatives have made the same mistakes during the George W. Bush administration that Democrats made during Bill Clinton’s presidency.
And that’s because the Republicans who were responsible for those mistakes were elected to office.
The Republican Party did not start as a conservative party.
It started as a political party.
Republicans and Democrats are ideologically aligned on many issues, including their opposition to gay marriage, abortion, and abortion rights.
But those opposing these policies have been prosecuted, convicted, and imprisoned.
When conservatives started taking actions that were contrary to conservative ideology, the conservative movement suffered.
We didn’t get the conservative message that conservatives wanted.
We got a message from the left that was worse than what conservatives wanted, and it was more likely to hurt us.
That is the difference between now and before the election.
Conservatives can only continue to defend themselves by holding their ground.
But that’s not enough.
There has to be a difference between defending the Constitution, and defending the values that make the Constitution great.
The more conservatives stand up to the liberal agenda, the better off they will be.
When we make the same errors as we did during the last administration, we risk getting a backlash from the progressive left.
When I was a kid, I could have easily been taught to hate conservatives.
But if conservatives were to do what we’ve done now, they’d get the message and we’d have to learn to respect each other.