What would you like to do?
Mitt Romney they like people back in the olden days when those people were more like democrats.
She has said and I quote "I am conservative on some things and not on others. Funny how people assume things." in response to Howard Stern's statement that she seemed pret…ty conservative. I personally think she is more moderate than some people might think.
She is a republican.
The Hill is less of a partisan newspaper, and more of an "inside baseball," publication. It features pundits from both sides of the ideological spectrum, and includes many art…icles from politicians from both parties. So although The Hill isn't really permanently skewed one way or the other, it generally isn't a great place to get unbiased information. You can just get very biased info from all sides there.
Personally i prefer republics just based on their ideas, but either party is right depending on how you look at social issues.
Shepard Smith is a Democrat . He leans Democrat but sees himself as a moderate.
Neither, is the best answer. The questions of the era were different and the tools of the time were different. You could stretch the major issues around a bit to make them app…ear as modern question such as; Federalists were more in favor of a central government, particularly a central bank. But although that exercise ends up making them appear more like Democrats the fact is that you'd be hard pressed to find Republicans who want to seriously get rid of the Federal Reserve, with the obvious exception of Ron Paul (who technically isn't a Republican at all but a Libertarian.) And while Republicans embrace State's Rights which would put them outside of Federalists in actuality Republicans embrace State's Rights as everybody else does; when it suits their politics. In fact at the time of the Federalists even they would be supportive of State's Rights. Nobody was suggesting that there be no states and everybody, practically to a man, identified himself as a Virginian or a New Yorker or a Georgian. Nobody called themselves a D.C.er or whatever a person from DC. would be called. We don't even do that today. In the end whether Federalists morphed into modern day Republicans (who didn't come into existence before Abraham Lincoln and don't look like Lincoln's party today (they don't even look like Eisenhower's party today,)) or they became Democrats (who have a much more distinct line back through Jackson and to Jefferson,) it doesn't really matter and the entire question is simply for bored academics who haven't got anything better to do.
More like modern-day Republicans or Tea Partiers.
If you are asking about Tony Perkins, the co-anchor of the news atFox 5 in Washington DC, he has not publicly expressed which partyhe supports. Unlike the Fox News network, wh…ich is identifablyRepublican, the local Fox affiliates in each city are free to hirewhomever they wish, and their reporters are from all politicalviewpoints. Mr. Perkins is a graduate of American University andpreviously reported on weather. He is not to be confused withanother Tony Perkins, a conservative Republican who is with theFamily Research Council.
It is difficult to say. She had a very close relationship with Republican President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, and she promoted their talking points about the Ir…aq War and weapons of mass destruction in her New York Times articles. But there is little evidence that she sees herself as a partisan. In fact, if you asked her, she would probably say she tries to be neutral.
Megyn Kelly has long identified as a Republican; she is a formerattorney, and has stated in interviews that she is a conservative.However, she seems to be a moderate on certai…n issues, such asequal opportunity for working women.
By most accounts, he is a moderate Republican.