I'm not really that politically savvy, which is why I rant here and not someplace I'm likely to get lots of readers. So there's a question that I'm just burning to know the answer to, but I haven't seen any Republican actually address:
How, exactly, do bankrupting the nation and destroying our military fit in with true Conservative values?
As that's what the Republican party has done for the last seven years, I guess it must be exactly what conservative voters want. I'm just not sure why. Or how it fits with the understanding of fiscal responsibility I learned as a child. Do conservatives really think that destroying the military is a good idea? Does the record deficit really fit into their plan for a strong economy? Why?