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Post Obama Win, Tea Party Not Backing Down

algae Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:10 AM
godownfighting. Sorry. It was a losing ticket. That is not "fantastic". The Ryan pick was OK but the flagship of the GOP was a squishy moderate. A better man than Ø, no doubt, with some fine accomplishments, but he lost. I can tell you why, but you would ignore it. The same way you will ignore everyone else saying the same thing. It's "stupid". As long as the GOP wants to keep veering away from a conservative tack, it will continue to be a loser. That should hardly come as a surprise. I voted for Romney despite my deep dislike of the pick because the Ø is thoroughly repulsive and corrupt. There was every reason to expect Senate gains. There was every reason that Ø should have been defeated. I hate "I told you so".. but I did. Many times.
algae Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 11:03 AM
godownfighting, of course I read your post.

Absence of a Romney victory means nothing to me with regards to my continuing the fight for Constitutional liberties. I'm not concerned with the "public" leaving the Constitution behind because once they are educated to the principles involved, they don't.

My point is that if the GOP feels they can succeed with elitist squishy moderates then they are destined to fail. Always.

The majority of people will vote for strong, principled leadership. Squish will never produce. Ø-lite will never produce.

But you and I both know that the "wizards" at the GOP will listen to people like libtroll "shoppin" thinking that is where their wisdom lies. The libtrolls aren't trying to help the GOP. Duh.
homernoble Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:36 AM
Is this what you want for our society?

"Citing state nondiscrimination law, officials at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA are standing by their decision to let a 45-year old [transgender] student with a p_enis use the women's locker room, and walk [naked] in front of girls as young as six."

Liberals have lost their sense of discernment between what is good and not good for society and a civilized world.
arcman Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:15 AM
Akin was a weak candidate that was practically handpicked by McCaskell. Luger sank Murdock because of sour grapes, and because he thought that after all these years he was entitled to his seat. Allen West was beaten, because the Republican party carved up his district and made it more pallatible to the Democrats.
JRusso Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:14 AM
You're correct, Shoppin. America also doesn't want freedom and economic prosperity.

It's time that conservatives realize that and make arrangements to protect their wealth from the Looters and the Moochers.
godownfighting Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 9:45 AM
Did you read my post? I think that my saying "I'm afraid we may just have to accept the fact that the majority of the people in this country no longer understand or respect the Constitution," is my facing the fact that the majority of Americans don't want us anymore. However, what the majority wants does not determine which principles are right or wrong. I'll still keep advocating for the founding principles. If Romney had won, would you have gone away and quit fighting for your beliefs?

Despite a President Obama win last night, the Tea Party Patriots are vowing to keep fighting against big government and out of control spending in Washington D.C. They've also expressed great disappointment in Mitt Romney being what they describe as "handpicked" by the GOP establishment and is holding that establishment responsible for the loss last night.

 “For those of us who believe that America, as founded, is the greatest country in the history of the world – a ‘Shining city upon a hill’ – we wanted someone who would fight for us,” Jenny Beth Martin, National Coordinator of...