Which is the party of 'No?'

I've been giving some thought to this business of Democrats and their paper-trained media pets referring to Republicans as the Party of No primarily because of Republican refusal to roll over and play dead on ObamaCare. The following are some issues and aspects of American life to which the Democrat Party seems to be fairly united in their opposition:

No high capacity magazines for handguns or long guns

No concealed carry permits for handguns
No handguns at all for anyone but police
No so-called assault rifles for anyone but police
No prayer in school except for Muslims
No prayer at public events
No pledge of allegiance in school
No display of religious icons in public buildings or places
No Christmas trees or other Christmas imagery in public places
No religious oaths in courts
No limits on abortion
No death penalty for any crime
No drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, Alaska's North Shore, or off East or West Coasts
No new refineries anywhere
No coal-fueled energy plants
No new nuclear power plants
No school choice except for rich liberals and Democrat politicians
No school vouchers
No home schooling
No firing of incompetent teachers
No firing of federal, state or municipal employees who are in public unions
No limits on union wages, benefits or pensions
No secret ballots for union voting
No picture I.D. for voting or registration
No limits on illegal immigration
No border fence
No English as the official language
No enforcement of immigration laws by local police
No denial of welfare benefits to illegals
No out-of-state tuition for illegals
No FOX news
No conservative talk radio
No right for whites to belong to minority social/professional/political organizations
No common sense
I came up with those examples right off the top of my head in a matter of minutes and I'll wager that AT readers can come up with many more. All of which leads us to the question:

Just which party is truly the Party of No?


I've been giving some thought to this business of Democrats and their paper-trained media pets referring to Republicans as the Party of No primarily because of Republican refusal to roll over and play dead on ObamaCare. The following are some issues and aspects of American life to which the Democrat Party seems to be fairly united in their opposition:

No high capacity magazines for handguns or long guns

No concealed carry permits for handguns
No handguns at all for anyone but police
No so-called assault rifles for anyone but police
No prayer in school except for Muslims
No prayer at public events
No pledge of allegiance in school
No display of religious icons in public buildings or places
No Christmas trees or other Christmas imagery in public places
No religious oaths in courts
No limits on abortion
No death penalty for any crime
No drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, Alaska's North Shore, or off East or West Coasts
No new refineries anywhere
No coal-fueled energy plants
No new nuclear power plants
No school choice except for rich liberals and Democrat politicians
No school vouchers
No home schooling
No firing of incompetent teachers
No firing of federal, state or municipal employees who are in public unions
No limits on union wages, benefits or pensions
No secret ballots for union voting
No picture I.D. for voting or registration
No limits on illegal immigration
No border fence
No English as the official language
No enforcement of immigration laws by local police
No denial of welfare benefits to illegals
No out-of-state tuition for illegals
No FOX news
No conservative talk radio
No right for whites to belong to minority social/professional/political organizations
No common sense

I came up with those examples right off the top of my head in a matter of minutes and I'll wager that AT readers can come up with many more. All of which leads us to the question:

Just which party is truly the Party of No?


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