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Why The Hell Should Anyone Vote For The Republican Party?

far2right Wrote: Feb 19, 2013 8:22 AM
Mr. Hawkins, it is "the evil of two lessers". We decide which party is the least evil for the country, and then vote for that lesser. Romney was the better lesser. But most conservatives wisely assessed that it mattered not a whit who won.
CVN65 Wrote: Feb 19, 2013 8:41 AM
That never made a difference. The election was lost before it even happened- voter ID laws may have made it a fair election but they were successfully parried by the DNC. They didn't need to cheat everywhere, just in key areas in swing states. precincts in Philly went 100% for Obama with well over 100% of registered voters voting. How is it possible to even register more votes than the number of registered voters? Without the means to catch cheaters, the GOP was doomed.
Gordon110 Wrote: Feb 19, 2013 8:45 AM
And the really sad thing is, with all this prima facie evidence glaringly evident, the GOP cannot get enough traction to even begin an investigation, much less pursue it to it's obvious conclusion. When you catch the fox in the hen house and do not have the gumption to even load your shotgun, you are one sorry farmer.
ppotts Wrote: Feb 19, 2013 9:50 AM
the people have their shotguns loaded, believe me.

The only answer anyone ever seems to be able to offer to that question these days is, "Because the Democrats are worse." However, the problem with being the lesser of two evils is that you're still an evil.

Well, what about the GOP's principles?

What about them?

Name something that the Republican Party stands for today.

Low taxes? We've won that battle so thoroughly that 47% of Americans don't pay income taxes even though we have a trillion dollar deficit. Meanwhile, many of the richest Americans are comfortable enough with what they're...