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The Republicans -- After Dunkirk

CombatMissionary Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 11:28 AM
Honestly, I think what we need is to push conservatives to realize that we have two core priorities: fiscal conservatism and states' rights. These are the two goals that will appeal to a broad spectrum of conservatives from libertarians to middle-of-the-roaders and even some RINOs. Leave behind our infighting about creationism, abortion, religion, unions, and all that. Dismantle Obamacare and federal programs on education, the environment, labor, etc. Put them on the State level and let those problems be fought locally. Fiscal conservatism and states' rights are the only issues that can unite conservatives.
At the Potsdam conference with Harry Truman and Josef Stalin, Winston Churchill learned that the voters of the nation he had led for five years through World War II had just voted to throw him out of office.

"It may well be a blessing in disguise," said his wife Clementine.

"At the moment, it seems quite effectively disguised," replied Churchill.

Republicans must feel that way today. For they have survived their own Dunkirk. They may have left their helmets, canteens and rifles behind, but they did finally get off the beach.

That Republicans suffered a rout, as the British did with the...