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The End Of The Karl Rove Death Grip Signals A Reagan Renaissance

Glen184 Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 11:03 AM
Is there a reason you left out Scott Walker? The turnaround he has led in Wisconsin has been striking, especially in the face of every thug union in the country coming after him. His strong stand and determination have put him in the limelight for standing on conservative principles, and he probably has the best national name recognition of any governor. Beyond that, he has absolutely no skeletons remaining in any of his closets, or we we would have heard about them by now, so no October Surprises from that quarter.
Kiffur Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 6:57 PM
Agreed. Governor Scott's actions, and his continuing success and strength in Wisconsin - WISCONSIN, of all places, the very birthplace of progressivism!!! - augur well for his being a leading proponent of solid conservative values in the future. And remember: in addition to Governor Scott and the Reagan "heirs" mentioned in this article, there are other young conservatives scattered about the states who are fighting the good fight every day (why no mention of Congressman Allen West or Governor Bobby Jindall, for example??). Can the liberals come up with any team able to match the one that conservatives will be able to field in 2014, 2016, and beyond? Note, too, such a team will NOT be afraid to bring the fight to the opposition
Liberals do not grasp the distinction between Ronald Reagan and (either) George Bush. This blind spot creates a massive confusion and hazard to their ambitions. Obama defeated neither the Reagan Narrative nor Team Reagan. Team Bush appropriated, and then marginalized, both. Obama beat Team Bush, not Team Reagan. The implications are huge.

There was a touchy relationship between President Reagan and his Vice President George H.W. Bush. They were rivals during the primaries. Bush attacked the Reagan economic agenda as “voodoo economics.” Bush served faithfully as VP for eight years but Reagan and Bush never warmed to one another. There...