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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Crabtownboy, Mar 12, 2012.
Will they heed this advice?
Will the democrats take the beam out of theor own eye ?
Would the same advice fit them ?
I feel quite comfortable being a member of the Constitution Party. Citing Democrats is a mute point because joining the party or voting for them has never been a consideration. For a conservative, the focus is the Republican Party. It is a party that is suppose to support the Constitution, have limited government, tax and spend less, stay out of citizen's lives as much as possible, and stick to a course of their beliefs regardless of polls. They are also suppose to be the party of some moral standards and take a stand on issues like abortion, gay rights, and family values.
Aside from the slew of idiots they have nominated since Reagan left office, today, the problem centers on two individuals, Rush Limbaugh and Mitt Romney. Behold Rush Limbaugh, the pill popping, womanising, foul mouth, self indulgent slob, who is the patron saint of conservatism to many on this board. This is the best tool the Democrats ever had for reelection. This is the easiest problem to solve. It is called a nation wide effort to turn the switch to off. Ratings go away, Rush goes away.
Then there is Mr. Romney, another in a long string of liberals the Republicans have nominated, except this one is the worst by a geometical factor of 10. The standard bearer of the Republican Party to be is a non-Christian, pro abortion, pro gay rights liberal. The same electorate that chose Mitt Romney governor chose Michael Dukakis governor.
To answer the question of the op, no, Republicans will not take advice and will not learn. Romney will be nominated, and will get thrashed at the polls in November. So Republicans, since you learned nothing from 2008, you are about to renew a four year lease on stupidity. Gee, maybe we will learn by 2016.
I agree with Ron Paul. The best idea is to return the Republican Party to it's roots.
Jeneatte Rankin, and Martin Luther King were Republicans.