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Republicans, Torn Apart in Factions?

Drik Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 10:51 PM
What just happened at the RNC is that every American that is actually conservative ( 85% of the country), everyone that is not for business as usual for as long as it lasts or for the collapse of the economy, just got disenfranchised. By the RNC. Who now designates delegates independently from who gets voted for. Which means that the RNC now chooses for themselves who is going to be the candidate on the Republican ticket. Which would really p*ss people off if they realized it.
Al1997 Wrote: Aug 30, 2012 5:38 PM
We have been moving to the Democrat super delegate method and with more TPP action we will take control of the RNC or bypass them and kill the party. The Conservative Americans or on the move and we will be the group who will move the Nation back to the Declaration and Constitution...
Count on it to happen.
Drik Wrote: Aug 29, 2012 10:52 PM
Which is a gift. To the lib-progs. All they have to do is to make the country aware of what the RNC has just done. Disenfranchisement of conservatives. It would be enough to alienate a majority of the votors that would otherwise vote repub. It would drive many of them to stay home. It would drive many of them to libertarian Gary Johnson or to further starting to form a Tea Party Party. And it would deprive the Repubs of so many voters that it would clinch a Presbo victory.

The Republican convention was delayed by a day on Monday. It's not a problem: The national media's preconvention spin was timed perfectly, almost as if it was on automatic pilot. In Monday's New York Times, longtime political writer Adam Nagourney regurgitated the same old, tired political spin that the Republican Party is too conservative and exclusionary on "social issues" and that their divisive stands will hurt them with "mainstream" voters.

1976. 1980. 1984. 1988. 1992. 1996. 2000. 2004. 2008. Will they ever stop saying this?

The absurdity of this is stunning, considering that on these...