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Conservatism Killing the GOP?

Yeah, all of us becoming de facto Democrats is a great way to ensure the future of the Republican party. /s There's an axiom which states that "Nationality is the creative power of human culture; culture is the creative power of nationality." Groups of people with shared customs and moral standards form territorial political units, which in turn serve to maintain moral standards and traditions. The long and short of it is that conservatism is based on historical moral principles which have spanned hundreds of years - four hundred years if you count from the beginnings of capitalism, or you can do the math for from the founding of the Christian or Jewish religions. Compare how long Communism lasted. Anyway, so long as we hold to ...
_,l,, Vaporise this, Thought Police ,,l,_ Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 6:22 AM
...our principles, we'll be here long after you're gone, and long after you've buried America, and we'll just make a NEW nation at that time.
As President Obama enters his second term, what "mandate" does he enjoy? His liberal media enablers are boldly declaring that somehow his four-point victory was a "shellacking," and the Republican Party is in danger of "ceasing to be a national party." They're very blunt about what's killing the GOP: conservatism.

It's not helping the GOP that some of its conservative leaders are acting thoroughly intimidated.

On the Feb. 10 "Meet the Press," House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said the Republicans needed to "connect our conservative principles with helping people and making their life work again." This only invited NBC...