Republican Party Platform: What’s in it, and Why

Thursday, September 04, 2008

Each party votes on a party platform during their convention, but we rarely hear about what’s in it or how it got there. Stephen Spruiell of the National Review what’s in the Republican party’s 2008 platform, and what role it will play in the rest of the presidential campaign.


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Comments [4]

Adam from East Village

Could you PLEASE stop using the term "Pit Bull" to describe aggressive behavior? The everyday use of this word in a negative way constantly enforces the stereotype of the misunderstood breed.

Sep. 04 2008 01:03 PM
Sean from NYC

The people who don't trust Barack because there is a feeling?
That feeling is called Racism!

Sep. 04 2008 12:55 PM
renee feinberg from manhattan

did you notice that the words palin used to tar obama are words used to stoke anti-semitism and tarnish jews, cosmopolitan, elite, educated, sophisticated?

Sep. 04 2008 12:40 PM
Dorothy from Chelsea

I haven't watched the conventions -- Last night I watched Project Runway.

Sep. 04 2008 12:38 PM

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