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GOP: R.I.P.?

Andy544 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 4:18 PM
When Ronald Reagan implemented his infamous 1986 Amnesty for 3 million illegal aliens (called "Rodinos", because one of the principal backers of the bill was Peter J. Rodino, of New Jersey), Reagan promised there would never be another amnesty. Reagan basically said, "I hate to do this, but this is a one-time fix; we are going to stiffen immigration laws and protect the borders..This will never happen again". Twenty-seven years later, more Republicans, now led by McCain and Rubio, are saying THE SAME THING Reagan said. Only this time, it's ELEVEN MILLION illegal aliens seeking pathway to citizenship....... with millions more 'knocking on the door'. The 'word' of the GOP, and its leadership, means absolutely NOTHING to me now.
Andy544 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 4:18 PM
Perhaps this newest wave of amnestized illegals will be called "McCains" or "Rubios".

I will never vote for another GOP candidate. The Democrats, at least you pretty much know what you're getting. The worst kind of deception, and talking from both sides of the mouth, has come from the GOP.
Georgia Boy 61 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 9:45 PM
I am with you, Andy544... as horrible as the Democrats are, at least they have the courage to stand up for what they believe in. The tired old men of the GOP won't even do that.

Some political commentators are dancing on what they believe to be the grave of the Republican Party, claiming that the only way the GOP can have a viable future is for them to behave like Democrats.

Last weekend, National Review magazine sponsored a "conservative summit" in Washington. They should have held it elsewhere.

Prior to speaking at that event, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal addressed the Republican National Committee's annual winter meeting in Charlotte, N.C., where he proposed a new strategy for Republicans and conservatives that begins, not in Washington, but at the state level.

Jindal said the Republican Party loses when...