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Governors Take Power as Balance Shifts Inside GOP

bigdawgworking Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 6:45 AM
You and millions of others came to the same conclusion. Time to dump the "party of stupid" in favor of a conservative base. But, conservatives will form the second party -- the "party of stupid" will become the meaningless third party.
inkling_revival Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:11 AM
Sorry, Nullify, Ron Paul was not a conservative, he was an idiot. He did talk a good game on the Constitution, only, he did not really understand it very well. And his foreign policy was not a "strong national defense," which is what conservatism requires, it was capitulation in the pursuit of policy directives taken directly from the campaign of 1790.

Ron Paul said the correct things about the Fed. Yes, we should audit the Fed. No, we should not consider the Fed untouchable. Thank you, Dr. Paul. We will do that much; now, retire in peace.
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 8:52 AM
bigdawg

You had a conservative candidate to vote for, Ron Paul. Did you do it? If not you are a fraud and certainly not a conservative and haven't a clue what a conservative is.

inkling_revival Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 8:35 AM
Guys, third parties are losers.

Join the local Republican party and volunteer for ward chairman. The correct strategy is not to abandon the GOP, but to turn it into the conservative party. We do that by working inside it.

With Mitt Romney's defeat and the loss of Republican seats in both House and Senate, the balance of power in the GOP has shifted. Republican governors -- the one group that actually increased its numbers on Nov. 6 -- believe they should take a bigger and more influential role in establishing the party's direction.

At their annual meeting in Las Vegas last week, Republican governors were quick to point out that they now preside in 30 states, with a population of about 180 million people. Idaho Gov. Butch Otter sat down to make a little chart and quickly discovered that if...