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Don’t Go Wobbly, GOP

Blair31 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:29 PM
The GOP should go wobbly. They've lost 2008, 2012, and will lose 2016, 2020, and 2024, as well. Screw the Republican Party! THIS IS THE LAST YEAR I'VE VOTED IN ANOTHER STOLEN, VENEZUELAN-STYLE ELECTION!
Mark1369 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 5:23 AM
If we gain control of the party or start a third party based on Tea Party principles, we no longer need to be the Tea Party, of a limited gov't based on Constitutional limits, a balanced budget, a strong economy based on job creation, and a strong defense of our borders we will get the majority of the Republicans and many of the Democrats that don't like the far left side of their Party. Otherwise we can let the establishment run the Republican Party and keep seeing the same results
Mark1369 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 5:30 AM
Following the Civil War democrats found themselves unelectable in national politics. They incorporated the populist movement of Central Plains farms and the progressive movement of the upper MidWest to go along with their base of Eastern city worker class and created a Party that competed in National Politics from the 1890 and dominated after 1932. We could see the same strategy by incorporating the concerns of the middle classes represented by the Tea Party.
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 1:51 PM
Where is the party of peace and trade? Of constitutionality?
In the fierce headline debate over the so-called fiscal cliff, our newly reelected president argues that “a majority of Americans agree with [his] approach.” That approach, according to the president, is “to combine spending cuts with revenue -- and that means asking the wealthiest Americans to pay a little more in taxes.”
Well, that’s not exactly what the exit polls said.
To the question “Should taxes be raised to help cut the budget deficit?” only 33 percent answered “yes” while 63 percent responded “no.” Isn’t that interesting? But nobody’s talking about this exit-poll nugget.  
Now, it is true that when the question...
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