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Before We Give Up, Could We At Least Try Selling Our Ideas?

dkurtz Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 1:01 AM
The number one reason we lost was voter fraud. How do you get 141% voter turnout??? Take another look at the election map, the one with just the counties. Why were 75 republican poll watchers prevented from observing in Pennsylvania? What really happened to Orca on election day, when it was needed most, my bet is liberal hackers attacked it and shut it down. I don't think we need to look to reasons why we lost, we need to look to reasons why it was stolen. The vote fraud from the groups SEIU , acorn, and the new black panthers, point to a conspiracy, and not random acts.
DagNabbit Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 2:11 AM
LOL. Sure. Fraud. That's what it was.
jimmylynn Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 7:06 AM
Shutup! You don't believe in frawd. Lies are just another perception of truth fer yew.
NewJAl Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 7:21 AM
This should be completely explored and rumors of fraud put to rest, or documented.
We conservatives may never reach a consensus among ourselves as to the main factors that caused our election defeat, but surely we can agree that we must do a better job of selling our ideas.

Never mind, you say. The electorate has irreversibly become a taker class, and conservative ideas of self-reliance, personal responsibility and individual liberties will never appeal to a majority again, especially with demographics working against the GOP.

We must reject that, or we are as good as surrendering. To accept it, we are confessing our skepticism of the power of ideas, which itself is contrary to the conservative spirit.