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Will Republicans Ever Win the Presidency Again?

deaconAR Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:56 PM
Just so you know. The color of white is the combination of all the colors of the rainbow. The color of black is the absence of color. Brown is a combination of red, yellow and blue. And just because people "want" something, or that their intentions are "good" doesn't mean it is going to turn out well. The path to hell is paved with good intentions.
deaconAR Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 1:45 PM
HA??? A sick madman who flaunted umpteen conditions of a cease-fire treaty for 10 years,with intentions of who knows what, is gone. Would the middle-east or anywhere else in the world be "better" or "worse" if he were still around? If you can definitively answer that, you are a far wiser person than me.
Sutter Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:59 PM
As we saw from 2000-2008.

How's the evil threat of Iraq sitting with you now?

HA!!!!
In the aftermath of the reelection of the worst president since James Buchanan, the question must be asked. Clearly, the Republican Party is on the downswing. But why?

There are two easy answers. Neither of them is correct. The first answer is advanced by proponents of liberalism. They say that the 2012 election was an ideological election, the seminal, long-awaited decision of the American public to fully embrace their inner socialists. This argument posits that Mitt Romney was an extreme conservative, Barack Obama was an extreme liberal, and the American people cast their lot with the liberal.

That argument is incorrect. As...