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A Republican Retreat -- or Rout?

deleeuw Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 9:36 AM
Pat is spot on as usual. I've had it with these whimpy quislings of the GOP, and I will start voting Constitution Party from now on
fadam Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 10:20 AM
You mean you had it with the warmongering neocons running the Republican Party. It's who Mitt sided with to please his old friend Bibi and money-bags Sheldon Adelson. You also should have known by now that Quisling was a conservative nationalist. not much different from the base of the Republican Party.
Given the expectations raised by the Republican punditocracy -- that Mitt was headed for a big victory -- the jolt of defeat hit especially hard.

Now, what had seemed an orderly retreat has taken on the aspect of a rout, with Beltway Republicans calling for abandonment of fixed positions all along the line.

After Senate candidates Richard Mourdock in Indiana and Todd Akin in Missouri bollixed the question of abortion in cases of rape, Republicans are being counseled to downgrade or dump the social issues. As young people seem to support same-sex marriage, why not be good libertarians and get on board?...