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Time for Republicans To Take the Offensive

GeorgeHodorWalkerBush Wrote: May 11, 2012 4:14 PM
Romney will lose because he won't be able to be able to position himself as a "thoughtful conservative". Obama's already got that locked down: http://andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com/2012/03/obamas-spending-record-more-conservative-than-reagans.html I sincerely hope he follows your advice, since Romney will become so severely conservative that true conservatives will come flocking to Obama's camp (e.g. Collin Powell).
Frank391 Wrote: May 12, 2012 8:21 AM
Ozero hasn't had a thoughtful moment since the day he was hatched.

Two very important things happened in politics this week. First, the elections underscored just how fed up mainstream America is with extreme liberalism. Second, President Obama, with his formal endorsement of same-sex marriage, is openly casting his lot with his extremist base.

The question is: How will putative GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney interpret and respond to these events? Will he fall into the usual Republican trap of thinking he has to follow his Democratic opponent leftward to appear more moderate? Or will he show his confidence in the reasonableness of conservatism and in the American people to embrace...