Aren't Republicans supposed to support Medicare and Medicaid, the STATUS QUO?
HELL YEAH. They are the Grand OLD Party
That's the cool thing about being American, we don't have to follow or support the status quo, we can try and improve things.
Unless you're conservative, considering the definition of conservative is to conserve, or keep things the way they are.
Its a good thing that conservatives think outside the box or they may be stuck in neutral like the Democrats!
Could I have examples of how conservatives "think outside of the box?" Genuinely interested here, because my initial reaction is to make comments about making the rich riche at the expense of othersr; picking and choosing civil liberties due to prejudices based on religion; and "more of the same" as I believe the common phrase was this election past; I'd like to see what you actually mean.
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