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Beware of Those Advising GOP To Unilaterally Disarm

Context Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 7:43 AM
While I agree that shifting toward conservative principles and acting like real conservatives would help more than it would hurt, I argue that there are some points of view on which public opinion has already been shifted to the liberal point of view, and that further efforts by conservatives are counterproductive. Abortion is the law of the land, and while sane people are appalled at the process, it is a political loser. Every conservative can say "it is not the path I would choose" and then S T F U. Gay marriage turns my stomach --- but at the end of the day, who cares what these degenerates do behind closed doors? The issue is a loser for the right...Shut UP.
traitorbill Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 9:40 AM
They're heating the pot one degree at a time.
PatriotAfire Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 8:30 AM
"I argue that there are some points of view on which public opinion has already been shifted to the liberal point of view, and that further efforts by conservatives are counterproductive."

Good heavens! I'm glad you weren't in Washington's army! Grow a spine, man, and read some of the speeches and writings of the founding fathers. You will be no use to your country if you have no patriotic belief yourself. DO SOMETHING and stop giving in! Stand and fight on some issue, for goodness' sake!
Tell me something, would you keep adding water to a sinking boat, if you knew you would drown? I don't think so. Well, the survival of our nation is at stake here. Bail or pray!

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Context Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 10:04 AM
You cannt win when you hand your opponent the hammer with which he beats you.
Beeblebrox Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 10:50 AM
The stomachs of 60%+ of the country are turned by the homosexual agenda. How is that a losing issue?
Context Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 7:45 AM
Marijuana will be decriminalized in my lifetime, and I am 60. We waste way too much time and effort with the effort to stop people from smoking pot - give up the ghost and get some tax revenue plus save the law enforcement costs.
Isn't it ironic that Republicans keep receiving advice to be more conciliatory and work with President Obama while President Obama not only is receiving the opposite advice but fully intends to be even more divisive in his second term?

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