Sep 12, 2010
You might be a Republican if……
… you think the right to life ends at birth. …
you think that corporations have more compassion than humans. … you think trickle down economics actually trickles down. …
you understand that getting people to vote on abortion issues will keep you in office and let you pass tax cuts for the upper class.
...You think $3,000 is a fair price for your vote (what Gov. Bush gave Texas teachers in a pay raise shortly before announcing his candidacy for president in 2000).
...You actually believe the election results in 2000 and 2004 were correct.
...You think the USA is the only 'free' country in the world.
...You think national health care should be run by the insurance companies.
…You think Liberal slant is bad, but think Right Wingerslant is just fine
…You claim that speaking out against George W Bush is un-American and unpatriotic, yet speaking out against Obama even
though he is president is being a good, patriotic
You might be a right-wing Repugnant, oops, I mean Republican, if you're against abortion but don't give a damn about those babies once they're born.
You actually think that Fox News does not "spin."
You believe in "Liberty and Justice for All" (rich, white, Christian, straight men)
You are opposed to increasing the minimum wage and in favor of repealing taxes on inherited wealth.
You really believe that cutting taxes increases government revenues.
You've tried to argue that poverty could be abolished if people were just allowed to keep more of their minimum wage.
You've ever referred to someone as "my (insert racial or ethnic minority here) friend, Doctor, servant"
You see Monopoly as not just a board game but as good business for America
You believe money is free speech
You believe God is everywhere - except your motel room.
You support a waiting period for abortions but not for gun purchases.
You think of reality TV as Fox News.
You tend to think that the wealthy and large corporations carry too great a tax burden.
You feel that the way to grow the economy is to encourage business with tax incentives and that welfare is not an issue for the federal government.
You feel that the needs of the poor are best dealt with by private charities and faith-based organizations but also feel that it is government's role to protect what they call "faith and values."
You want to outlaw abortion, sex education, birth control for teens AND reduce welfare, Medicaid and other programs for the needy.