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2009 Republican Party Platform

August 13th, 2009 · Posted by · 17 Comments · Humor, Politics

The 2008 Republican Party Platform was recently revised for 2009, and we present it to you in its entirety:

National Security   _______________________

Government Reform  _____________________

Economy  _____________________________

Energy  _______________________________

Environment  __________________________

Health Care  ___________________________

Education  ____________________________

Crime  _______________________________

Values  ______________________________

These positions could also be summarized as – Tacit approval of anything President Obama wants done…


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17 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Johnathan Sep 29, 2009 at 5:10 am

    I would like to see if i can get the republican view of election and campaign reform, education reform, defense spending, your view on controlling health care costs and prescrition drugs. thanks alot.
    Johnathan Lowe

  • 2 CapitalistPig Sep 29, 2009 at 9:35 pm

    You know what Johnathan, all of us at the Great Satan Incorporated blog would like to know the same things. Perhaps you can get an answer about the Republican Platform at the GOP’s site. Mr. Steele (Chairman of the Republican Party), is a great guy, but there doesn’t seem to be any clarity in the positions of the elected Republicans from his party. If you can get an answer on those questions from we’d love to hear it.

  • 3 Pat Galbraith Oct 5, 2009 at 2:31 pm

    When you don’t know where you’re going, all roads will get you there.

  • 4 art Oct 13, 2009 at 6:22 pm

    repulcan prty

    voted no to raising minimun wage
    voted not to afforable health care for all
    voted no to unions
    voted no to many other things, your party has just about destroyed america.
    from 1980 unitl 2009 we have become a discgrace and lag behind other industrialized courties
    what i see in the repulican party now is republicans stand for speading hate, bigotry, tax breakes for the extremely rich and large corportations, low wages , a nation that has serious problems econoically because of greed mismanagement of public trust and a party that was a major cause fo the global reccession. Senators that act like children in congress because of their racial hatred for a black president. Oh let us not forget interest in big oil at the expense of global warming which is denied. what about the law passed behingd americans back , legalizing corporations as a person? Do you think that 7:50 per hour is a livable wage
    Health care for profot insted of helping people which is what it was intended for. No No No repulican party ever, i hope on day people will wake up and see the light. I would not vote repulican in the senate or house inless god himself told me to do so, which i highkly doiught.

  • 5 TheTownCrier Oct 14, 2009 at 10:26 am

    If the GOP politicians would just follow the GOP platform, we’d be getting somewhere! But that would mean McCain,Graham and their ilk ADMITTING they are NOT republican and don’t represent the base!

    “We oppose amnesty. The rule of law suffers if
    government policies encourage or reward illegal activity. The American people’s rejection of en masse
    legalizations is especially appropriate given the fed-
    eral government’s past failures to enforce the law…..One sign of our unity is our English language.
    For newcomers, it has always been the fastest route
    to prosperity in America. English empowers. We
    support English as the official language in our nation [snip]

  • 6 Tom DeSantis Oct 19, 2009 at 4:00 pm

    Need to know who the party endorses in my area in all the local races. Live in Solon Ohio 44139

  • 7 the small one Oct 29, 2009 at 10:19 am

    Just so you know art raising minimum wage does nothing!! I was working at a job were I earned 7.20 prier to increase and after I earned overall less than before do to new taxes that came out of my pocket. Next time you choose to speak on such things look into the people it will actually be affecting.

  • 8 Santayana Nov 2, 2009 at 7:50 pm

    Mr. Small One,

    You are suggesting that because YOU did not earn more with a minimum wage increase, it was worthless. I would also like to know which specific new NATIONAL taxes affected you. Your local city/state taxes are not in discussion, as that affects only local area and was voted in only by your local residents.

    What you have brazenly stated is that if the minimum wage increase did not affect 1 person in a positive way, it could not affect others in a positive way. I’m sorry, but that is a blatant logical fallacy. I’m fairly certain that most of the people whose wage went from $5.50 to $7.xx saw an improvement in the quality of their life. It might not have been as much as it should have been (had we increased minimum wage to $10.00 or more… the inflationary equivalent to earning minimum wage in 1960), but it was an improvement.

  • 9 J. R. Nov 4, 2009 at 8:49 am

    I was a Reagan Republican. Many of our R. politicians claim to be. It seems they only talk about cutting spending and the size of Government when they loose an election. I’m considering the American Conservitive Party and others.

  • 10 AP government class Nov 12, 2009 at 9:22 am

    Hey Art, learn to spell then we’ll talk. You clearly are one of the stereotypical non-educated democrats who is recieving minimum wage. Get your facts straight!

  • 11 Your Superior Nov 12, 2009 at 9:29 am

    Hey AP, grow some class. Talk to me in 5 years when you actually have a degree in something.

    Snot-nosed brats…

  • 12 papatodd Jan 11, 2010 at 8:26 am

    Thanks for sharing their platform. Up until this minute, I thought they wre making it us as they go. Ohh wait, they are……

  • 13 Civic class Feb 22, 2010 at 10:58 am

    Well u guys are just really angry lol i argee with the art gut or girl lol but thanks to all of u guys you got me an A on a school assignment

  • 14 Alan W. Ker Sep 15, 2010 at 2:28 pm

    How would you like a suggestion that would have an immediate impact on job creation?

    It should present the magnitude of change, for the whole country, that Paladino is claiming for NY.

  • 15 lulu Oct 21, 2010 at 4:22 pm

    this website sucks

  • 16 Capitalist Pig Oct 21, 2010 at 4:53 pm

    Thanks, lulu. Your insightful comments are appreciated.

  • 17 republican class Nov 4, 2011 at 10:35 am

    It hard to pretend your a republican in class when you are really a democratic.

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