>For the last couple of years I've been toying with the idea of becoming
a 
>Democrat, although as a conservative and Constitutionalist I don't
imagine 
>I would be a very good Democrat.  


I think I understand a little bit what you are saying and we talked about
it when I visited you. I'm torn between the parties. I like a lot of
things the Democrats push and I like a lot of things that the Republicans
push and the reverse is also true. But, as Gary said, the Democrats are
in favor of things that I simply cannot tolerate. And the Republicans in
the end make me barf up. The other parties don't have a chance and I
don't want to vote for a looser.

I'm stuck. What do I do?

Paul O
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