Thinking about the political party you belong to or relate to the most, do you feel you are more critical or more accepting of that political party and/or its politicians.
Mostly I'm more willing to accept politicians who supposedly agree with me, but I won't accept them blindly. When members of either party screw up, I am not willing to trust them again.
I am more accepting of the party that: honors the constitution, is conservative, is not against coal production, is not against oil expansion, for a strong military, for small business, not in favor of ACA, not against capitalism, favors fetal life.
Republican, and very critical of house leadership, and the old wing of Republican politicians (McCain, Graham etc). I'm very excited to see some of the moderates that are currently running in New England take office.
I'm a Libertarian (Libertarian Capitalist, to be specific.)
We don't have many people to criticize, but I will say that Ron Paul is the best candidate since JFK in my personal opinion.
As long as they're not stupid/corrupt/authoritarian, accepting :)
Hate 'em all.
I'm an indie.
An indie with undies.
An info with undies and zip ties. Wait! Where is this going? I'll stop now. :-)
No party, but I have higher hopes and expectations of those who seem most compatible with my views, and feel more let down by them when they invariably fall short.
More critical. Sometimes they're such a bunch of idiots that I don't want to be identified with them at all.
I can understand the sentiment. I feel that way about almost all politicians almost all of the time. :)
The Republicans left me.