I came back to comment, just for you my friend. It's funny, on Fark you would be called a Fark Independent® because you probably would be a Republican if it wasn't so hard to get behind the party these days. I was speaking in generalities about the huge number of uneducated Republican or Conservative people who have miraculously been cured recently of their problem with spending government money. I actually suspected you were a self-described independent, but I also doubt you were in 2000.
But then, we're not getting anywhere assuming anything about each other. I am not 'one of those people' anymore than it's fair for me to call you 'one of those people who x,y,z'. I do not consider myself a Democrat, or if I am, it's only a temporary condition. You might call me an Obama Democrat, and that's because I agree with his vision and when he speaks I don't hear a moron who is ironically trying to talk down to me, like so many others. I hear the voice of someone who understands what the hell is going on.
What this was about was you commenting on someone who effectively said 'these ad hominem attacks are meaningless in regards to the policy change'. I agreed with him. If you want to claim I'm wrong, please say something on-topic. It is not important who is involved with the administration. This is not a soap opera or a lucas film. Timmy or anyone else's personal matters are irrelavent to discussion of closing tax loopholes, which, I might add, was a big talking point for the only other viable candidate in the presidential election.