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Republicans Must Reshuffle Nomination Deck for Future Presidential Hope

God_Of_War Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 11:51 AM
I've got maybe 20 years to live according to the statistics. For the last 30 years I have witnessed firsthand the inexorable loss of freedom in this country. America is due for a rekoning. I hope to live long enough to see it. I sincerily hope this country is destroyed. That's how much I have have come to hate it and my loss of freedoms.
Texas Chris Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 11:36 AM
I would say "government" in stead of "country"... But yes, I agree.
John1921 Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 1:30 PM
Edmund Burke said: "To be loved, a country must be loveable." The US today has a 'culture' that makes Sodom and Gomorrah look like Rococco Vienna. Vulgar, perverted, libertine. No normal human could love this. And no normal humans do. But we have imported many alien peoples, and created many psychologically crippled of our own. Our government-run schools graduate (or at least let loose) hordes of youths every year who believe things that would've shocked Attila the Hun. I'd say that America has long passed any balancing of good and evil, to the point where it is a blight on humanity. As Nature sees to things, America will soon disappear under the domination of some normally-functioning society where sexual perverts disappear, women are in
John1921 Wrote: Nov 22, 2012 1:35 PM
their natural place, and children are brought up in the traditions of their tribe. Today America is in the position of trying to defeat something with nothing. No religion, no morals, no social order, no shared values. The inevitable reckoning is coming, and I too hope I live to see it. I won't object to the annihilation because the America I grew up in has been gone for years. The Frankenstein monster of multi-culturalism and political correctness that America is today must be destroyed so Homo sapiens can hope to advance.
After several weeks of endless postmortems of the 2012 presidential contest, Republicans seem to be trending in most articles as being in disarray and with little hope of regaining the White House for years to come, if ever in our lifetime.

Many pundits have written the tea party movement's obituary and are adamant in their belief that a shift in the nation's demographic composition spells doom for Republicans unless conservative ideas are abandoned.

But there is one way to bring a GOP that seems to reflect primarily the political philosophy of the deep South to a position that is palatable to...