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Time for Introspection, but Not Surrender

Davole Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:23 AM
Conservatives should 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, wallets, liberty, and future well-being of the electorate.
Bill110 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:48 AM
In order to "expel all RINO's" you first have to be a member. That is exactly what I have been trying to tell you. Join the GOP, recruit hundreds of TEA Party Conservatives, and then take over the whole dang thing.
patsfan68 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:00 AM
RINOs control all the party apparatus & also supported by the republican media (columnists & radio talk show hosts except Lein & Savage). It is about time Tea Party patriots put decent candidates (not like Akin & Murdock ...trial & error at this point) against Boehner, Cantor, McConnell & others. Boehner is the worst RINO of all - he has already said he will do anything for Obama! Compare that to Reid - he said he will not work with Romney even before the elections! Why can't we elect people who have some spine like Reid, Shumer, Pelosi,etc.
Bill110 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:40 AM
Akin and Mourdock are patriots. I would be proud to stand with them. All you offer is compromise. If you don't want to clean up the mess then get out of the way.
Bill110 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:43 AM
Why can't we elect people who have some spine like Reid, Shumer, Pelosi,etc.
I can't believe you said that, unless you mean like Snakes have spines.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:30 AM
That won't happen, there are too many Establishment Progs in control..it's just a selfish game with them..both party's go along taking turns however I think now the Communist Party USA that is running the DemonRATS will no long play the game because they Won. And like all communists my gut feeling is the election was rigged. SOROS owns the company that supplied a lot of the computerized voting machines..and he owns the Spanish company..are we that naive not to think that Old Phart didn't engineer the theft? I read an article from a link, it's by Devvy Kidd, written in 2004 talking about the way the machines can be rigged to elect whatever candidate the cheating party wishes regardless of how you vote..we need to demand paper ballots
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:30 AM
That won't happen, there are too many Establishment Progs in control..it's just a selfish game with them..both party's go along taking turns however I think now the Communist Party USA that is running the DemonRATS will no long play the game because they Won. And like all communists my gut feeling is the election was rigged. SOROS owns the company that supplied a lot of the computerized voting machines..and he owns the Spanish company..are we that naive not to think that Old Phart didn't engineer the theft? I read an article from a link, it's by Devvy Kidd, written in 2004 talking about the way the machines can be rigged to elect whatever candidate the cheating party wishes regardless of how you vote..we need to demand paper ballots
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 10:33 AM
hand counts and examinations of the machine innards, We have 39 Republicans in the State governments that I think could be persuaded to eliminate the machines. I don't care how many turned out, there is something fishy about this one and the last one. Devvy's article cme out in 2004.
Bill110 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:50 AM
Now you are making sense. Paper ballots and Voter ID. That will cure most of the fraud.

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