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What Would a War on the Drug Cartels Look Like?
If you ask ten different conservatives to rank the most important issues to them, you’ll likely get at least ten different responses. The issues named at least once by your small sampling would probably include some variation of abortion, tax policy, deregulation, gun rights, judicial activism and immigration, among others. Each issue is important in its own right, of course, and each will have its defenders happy to explain why their top ranked choice is the most critical issue to the future of our country. And if you listen to the case for any one absent the others, none would be without a point.
Abortion - Opponents - Gamut - Restrictionists - Abolitionists
Abortion opponents run the gamut from restrictionists to outright abolitionists, and they are arguably the most passionate ideologues on the right side of the political spectrum. In fact, on ‘our side,’ at least in terms of spunk and passion, I would put an abortion abolitionist up against any rainbow-flag wielding leftist demonstrator, any day of the week. They’re not violent like Antifa, but whether it’s the halls of some State House or in front of literally every abortion clinic in America, they’re not afraid to get out there and loudly and proudly protest what they see as America’s greatest sin. And, unlike Antifa, they’re also not afraid to show their faces. They want to ‘End Abortion Now,’ as in right now, and the logic they use - the fact that our country legally murders millions of its own babies every year and a righteous God probably has a problem with that - is tough to argue with. There’s certainly a solid argument for putting abortion at the top of the list.
Tax policy and deregulation are pretty similar issues, insofar as both are inexorably linked to whether we have...
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