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GOP Turns Sure Victory into Defeat

cudlow Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:10 PM
Mike - a bigger problem is the re[ublicrat tendency to reward those "who's time it is". It was Bob Dole's turn in 1996 after he had tried before. McCain's turn in 2008 after he put in his tiume, then this time Rombama's turn. And now the republicrats have thrown out their biggest, natural constituency, evangelical Christians under the bus by nominating a satan worshipping cult heathen. I held my nose and voted for Dole in 96. I held my nose with both hands in 08 and voted for McCain. But the nose holding is over! A satan worshipper will never get my vote!
gwharpo Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:03 PM
You sure sound like a progressive.
pow1000 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:46 PM
cudlow Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:59 PM
NO! Over 2 million of us signed up to write in Jesus Christ for president. Demonrats have been anti-Christian for generations. Republicrats have joined them. Read Frank Pastore's column for today - Christians will always triumph in the end!
jco2012 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:36 PM
Wow, Just wow. You might want to consider that Christ said "My kingdom is not of this world." He didn't come to earth to be president. If He wanted to be a secular ruler, Satan expressly offered him that opportunity. He turned it down.

I feel for you "Cudlow". Your fellow Repubs are going to come down on you and your fellow churchgoers like a ton of bricks. You are going to be the prime scapegoat for this loss.
cudlow Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:50 PM
Demonrats cannot win without 90+% of the black vote and huge numbers of union thugs voting for them. Republicans have no chance without the evangelical Christian base. Many of them are truly stupid enough to throw us under the bus - witness the selection of Rombama! But they will be a permanent minority if they do so. Actually, the Tea Party rallies that I attend have a very strong evangelical flavor to them. It is actually best if the GOP goes the way of the Whigs and the Tea Party, the real conservative party, takes over the conservative mantra!
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:41 PM

There's one of the Thumpers now;

Thinks he's cudlow.

I predicted seriously that kind of fanatic would not support a Mormon; and that for such stupidity, in the hundreds of thousands, Mitt would be the WORST possible GOP candidate.

It has come to pass. Cudlow is the lowest common denominator among protestant buffoons. They're everywhere!



gwharpo Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:05 PM
I hope to be standing next to you on Judgement day. I'd love to see the look on your face.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:17 PM
Those who deemed the misled Mormon a "Satan worshiper" represented very few of the electorate. In fact, once it became clear that Mitt, the bishop, was not bent upon a fundamentalist Mormon jihad, evangelicals thronged to give him their votes -- that's why he went over so big in the Bible belt, if you didn't notice.

Wait until next year -- 2016, that is.

That’s what disappointed Republican spinners kept saying Tuesday night as they watched Mitt Romney’s hopes crash and burn in swing state after swing state.

How many times did I hear a Republican talk about how their party’s deep bench of future all-stars will return it to power in Washington in four years?

But all the Ryans, Rubios, Bushes, Haleys and Christies in America can’t put the GOP -- or the country -- back together again.

The GOP is a wreck -- and not just in California, where the party’s registration is now...