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The Media's Favorite Fake Republicans

BK24 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 2:37 AM
But Mr. Bozell, Bloomberg and Powell are not fake Republicans. They are the real deal - true representatives of their party. It's the conservatives who have no place in the party. If you doubt, it, just ask anyone who voted for a conservative candidate in the Republican primaries last year.
Nick353 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 8:28 AM
I disagree with BK24. Bloomberg was a lifelong Democrat before deciding to register as a Republican. Ever the opprtunist, he found this to be an easier path to securing a major party mayoral nomination. After retiring from the military, Colin Powell dithered before announcing any party affiliation. All this, while be courted by both major parties. When he finally announced that he was a Republican, he claimed to be a "Nelson Rockefeller Republican". Both men exemplify the concept of RINO.
annfan_777 Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 8:42 AM
You must need another cup of coffee. BK24's point is exactly consistent with yours.
The Republican Party is desperately in need of some good advice. It needs to return to Ronald Reagan conservatism and give America a two-party system, not a tinny echo of Obama. But our liberal media keep desperately inviting fake Republicans to offer advice to the GOP.

They want to create a new Republican Party, one that rejects the principles of the man who championed freedom.

Exhibit A: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The Jan. 14 Washington Post insisted on the front page: "Bloomberg wants change in the GOP." Post reporter Jason Horowitz noted, "America's most prominent and deep pocketed...