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An Open Letter To General Powell

danr27 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 6:50 AM
In the 1990s, desperately seeking to improve its image with black voters and soccer moms, the GOP attached itself to Colin Powell. It didn't take much to see that this supporter of abortion, affirmative action and open borders was no conservative (hello Miss C. Rice), but the GOP was not to be rebuffed. Now the inevitable has occurred and the pandering has come back to bite the GOP. I'm not sure which party is less principled: Powell or the GOP. What puzzles me most is why Colin Powell even receives a hearing within the GOP?

I was disappointed with the clear implication in your Meet The Press interview that those of us, in the GOP who defend life, protect traditional marriage and advance religious liberty are intolerant.

It was obvious to anyone who watched the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, that NO! had it. There was no way the convention chairman could have heard a two-thirds vote for the YES! position. Three times the chairman asked them to vote. Three times they denied God. Denied Him Thrice!

What has happened to the Democratic Party that,in the 1960's, provided such leadership for the cause...