"Partisanship ... properly understood is not a symptom of a democracy's weakness but of its health and strength, especially from the perspective of a political conservative . . . Conservatives, especially, less enamored of government's lust for growth, must remember that our principles must always drive our agenda, and not the other way around."
It's sure good that Conservatives like DeLay are "less enamored of a government's lust for growth" -- and presumably power too -- or our government would be bankrupt, corrupt, infringing on people's Constitutional rights, and basically unaccountable to its citizens.
Way to take a stand, dude.