By Glen Maganzini
(The Following Views Are Personal And Do Not Reflect Those Of The Etudiant)
Deval Patrick? No. Grace Ross? Heck No. Christy Mihos? He tries. The supposed Republican Kerry Healey? Sorry.
Why isn't Kerry Healey truly a conversative? Well, in order to be a "true conservative", you basically have to know right from wrong. Liberals, Independents, Republicans, and of course Green Party platform members have it all wrong. For instance, Healey has said "I've been Pro-Choice, even when Romney disagreed." Come on, Kerry, you claim to be a conservative, yet you think that killing a baby is a choice! Ross says "MCAS is a big reason why kids drop out of high school." Excuse me Grace, but last time I checked, you only make 30,000 K a year and maybe you were that kid who dropped out of high school! Patrick is a proponent of Affirmative Action, and incase you didn't know what that means ----- it means that there should be a balance of various ethnicities in a business environment. Last time I checked, the most productive and profitable kind of person was the one who should get the job. Sorry Sally from Salem State College, if Bob has a MBA and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard, I would choose him over you.
One of the biggest question marks of the "True Conservative" is the issue of [Illegal] Immigration. A Republican who is totally against immigration can't call themselves a conservative; they don't respect human dignity. A liberal who believes that Illegals can have all the rights in the world over here aren't right in the least bit; they are costing us (Massachusetts) 1.0 Billion Dollars. How to resolve such an issue is to impose moderate restrictions. The Illegal Immigrant is similar to a slave --- it might be quite a while until they actually get their well deserved freedom.
Stay tuned for Part 2...
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