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Conservatism Killing the GOP?

adrianvance Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 3:16 AM
Where it is the unequal distribution of wealth that creates very hard working smart people it is stupid to eliminate the system that has created more wealth than any other. Come see us at The Two Minute Conservative ( ) and when you speak fine ladies will swoon and liberal gentlemen will weep.
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 9:24 AM
Wealth is not "distributed," it's produced & earned.
It's not supposed to be "equally" distributed. Those who earn more, get more. That's not a bug, it's a feature.
People are confused by the word "distribution" which is meant in the statist ical sense, ie we took a snapshot & this is how much each person got. The disinformed think "distribute" was used in an active sense, that some unjust great "distributor" handed everything out (or the hi-earners cheated ipso facto) thus big sugar daddy govamint is supposed to "redistribute" everything more "fairly." Of course, no account is taken of what the hi-earners did as opposed to the low or non-earners, to get hi pay & wealth. In Demmieworld, earning has nothing to do with producing.
Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 9:25 AM
The kleptocrats who yammer the most about the non-problem of "inequality" will be the 1st ones to grab nearly all for themselves & their friends the minute they're given the power to do so
As President Obama enters his second term, what "mandate" does he enjoy? His liberal media enablers are boldly declaring that somehow his four-point victory was a "shellacking," and the Republican Party is in danger of "ceasing to be a national party." They're very blunt about what's killing the GOP: conservatism.

It's not helping the GOP that some of its conservative leaders are acting thoroughly intimidated.

On the Feb. 10 "Meet the Press," House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said the Republicans needed to "connect our conservative principles with helping people and making their life work again." This only invited NBC...