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Never Despair

Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 8:20 PM
Alright. I apologize for my harsh introduction. I guess I'm just letting the frustration get to me. No, we cannot despair, I'll agree with you but at the same time we had better face the real truth istead of trying to sugar coat it with unrealistic assumptions about what is possible. Yes, it's possible to turn this around but it will take decades to do so and I doubt we have that kind of time and I see no evidence that we have that kind of dedication - at least not the kind of dedication that the other side has demonstrated in their quest to remake our society. But it has always been thus. As it says: "for the sons of this world are more shrewd in dealing with their own generation than the sons of light. " Luke 16:8.
Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 8:22 PM
It's somewhat easier for them to be motivated for their ideology because they have the tailwind of their own corrupted nature pushing them forward, while we have to act upon self-sacrifice and discipline against our baser natures. It's always a work while for them it's the natural cravings of their corrupted heart.

Tuesday night was truly a bitter, disappointing result. There is no way around it.

My thoughts for the conservative movement: now is not the time to be discouraged. Now is not the time to point fingers at candidates who gave their all or at allies within the movement. Now is not the time to lash out at our opponents on the Left. And lastly, now is not the time to wonder whether or not we can turn things around. Of course we can. Of course we will.

In the months ahead, we are going to carefully study what we...