In response to:

Is the GOP Headed for the Boneyard?

Davole Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:29 AM
Hopefully Conservatives will unite to successfully expel all RINOs from the Republican party - RINOs such as Colin Powell don’t really help the cause. Secondly, they need to develop a party strategy whereby its focus would be to appeal not to the supposed objective intellect of democrats, but rather to their subjective automatic all-controlling personal feelings. Instead of trying to win votes by relying on detailed explanations of the rationality of their proposals, maybe they should instead begin to contrast how democrat policies and their own will impact the feelings, jobs, wallets, liberty, and future well-being of the electorate.
Wolfgang6 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:06 PM all means make sure you have only an ideologically pure party membership. Of course that will guarantee that your party becomes as irrelevant as its predecessor, the Whigs. But you'll be won't have to rub shoulders with the heretics and the moderates who will be welcomed into the Democratic Party. and you wonder why educated people dismiss you people as simple-minded, poorly educated goobers?
InsightingTruth Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:39 AM
I have two questions:
1. What is the definition of conservative?
2. How many conservative voters are there?
After its second defeat at the hands of Barack Obama, under whom unemployment has never been lower than the day George W. Bush left office, the Republican Party has at last awakened to its existential crisis.

Eighteen states have voted Democratic in six straight elections. Among the six are four of our most populous: New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois and California. And Obama has now won two of the three remaining mega-states, Ohio and Florida, twice.

Only Texas remains secure -- for now.

At the presidential level, the Republican Party is at death's door.

Yet one already...