• Welcome Purple People

    To me Purple People are those of us who are neither Republican Red nor Democrat Blue; we find ourselves in between. The internet often represents those on the far left or the far right; this site is for those of us in the middle.

    Since there are a variety of non-conformists that consider themselves Independents, here's a clarification. The point of view of this blog is basically Realist/Libertarian light...

    -Pro Small Government, bureaucracies tend to be wasteful and inefficient.

    -Government should not be the morality police.

    -Less waste, lower taxes. Taxes are okay if spent wisely. Roads and schools need funding. Be smart with my money and I won't complain.

    -Government shouldn't babysit adults. Help kids and assist people who have serious problems, but stop trying to protect everyone from themselves.

    -Foreign policy should be conducted by people with brains and experience. Think, don't be reckless and don't be politically motivated. Remember that the U.S. is not the only country in the world.

    -Tone down the rhetoric and remember your manners. Play nicely and don't belittle people who disagree with you.

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  • Archives

HRC Prayer Follow Up

Obama Website Asks People to Pray for Clinton and Her Supporters

Democats Praising McCain

Obama as Victim

The question whether the Obama campaign is playing victim grows stronger and stronger.

Obama Website Asks People to Pray for Clinton and Her Supporters

What should we all be praying for today? World peace? An end to violence against children? Religious harmony? Nope. We’ should all get on our knees an pray that Hillary Clinton and Hillary Clinton supporters see the light (or the one) and stop picking on poor little Barack Obama.

Clinton Campaign’s Silence on ‘Race Card’ is Deafening

If they disagreed with the McCain campaign’s assessment they could have easily knocked down the ‘race card’ charges, or at least minimized them with a simple statement. That didn’t happen, and the reason is that they’ve already been burned by this strategy.

Clinton Remarks Bolster McCain’s Claims That The ‘Race Card’ Was Played

President Clinton’s remarks to ABC News that ‘he is not a racist’, clearly show dissatisfaction with the Obama campaign and the way he was treated during the primaries.

Is It The Obama Campaign Strategy To Play Victim?

Which is a lower form of politics a campaign making fun of a candidates celebrity, or a campaign falsely eluding to racism?