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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

RINOs and DINOs, Endangered Species

This is a tale of two political creatures. One was once on the brink of extiction and had made a miraculous comeback. The other has gone the way of its' namesake.

RINOs (Republican In Name Only) were once an endangered species, but with the Republican voting trend in the U.S. more liberal people with political aspirations are going Republican rather than Democrat. As a result the species is on the rebound and beginning to populate local and state legislatures throughout the U.S.

DINOs (Democrats In Name Only) are virtually extinct as the far left that controls the party has driven them from their native territory and into the Republican herds. The last DINO sighting was at a conservative coference where Zell Miller made a public appearance. Even he may go away if he aspires for any future political office. He will be forced into Republicanism by the loony left that will never nominate him for any office again.

So it can be concluded that the Loons are responsible for the extinction of the DINOs and for the recovery of the RINOs. So what will it take to make the Loons go extinct?


  • Woot! Congrats on the new domain!

    By Anonymous Steve the Pirate, at 2:56 AM  

  • We could do with a lot less Rinos too!

    By Blogger The Conservative UAW Guy, at 6:04 AM  

  • The far left dominate the Dems? What Dems are you talking about?

    The far left are voting for Nader and Kucinich. The Deans, Clintons and Kerrys of the world are Far Left only in comparison with the Far Rights that dominate the Republicans.

    Says I.

    By the way, I agree with your environmental post above with the caveat that we also need to change our ways and stop setting up situations where we're trying to drive 50 miles one way to work and heat and cool a 4000 s.f. home.

    Conservation should be at the heart of conservatives, no?

    By Blogger Dan Trabue, at 4:45 AM  

  • Conservation is at the heart of this conservative.

    By Blogger Daniel Levesque, at 6:52 AM  

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