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The New Rules for Radicals

GodsLaws Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 11:41 AM
The 2010 mid-term elections resulted in the largest transfer of political power at all levels of government in over 70 years. How? Genuine, conservative Republicans were unashamed, undeterred and on point with a concise liberty message. But the East-coast RINO's didn't like the moral clarity and unified determination of the new crop of conservative leadership that emerged -- so they propped up more cardboard cutouts to sap the momentum of the Tea Party. They would rather lose the nation than surrender the Party to the will of their constituents. This is what the Second Amendment was made for.
christiancon Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 11:53 AM
GodsLaws you nailed it! Thanks. The facts are as you state. All this look inside at our conservative souls and search for answers is pure BS. The facts are the establishment RINOS hate the conservatives MORE than they hate liberals. I swear these RINOS would rather lose to liberals than win beside real conservatives AND for all the Reagan lovers who use his name and state that he would be RINO like today or that he was universally loved in the republican ranks either wasnt there or is lying through their teeth. They (THE RINOS) HATED that man and fought him tooth and nail- it hasnt changed they still hate conservatives.
GodsLaws Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 12:18 PM
The most effective leftist strategy in America is subversion by infiltration. It has given them control of academia, the entertainment and news media, corporate boardrooms and the government apparatus. Why wouldn't they use the same tactics with the Republican party?

Most modern Republicans are undercover Democrats.
Jerry555 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 12:20 PM
They want to stay in power and will 'go along' to keep their seat.

Carl469 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 12:44 AM
Most modern Republicans are simply modern. They haven't "infiltrated" anything.


Here’s a list of rules for the GOP to consider if it wants to win another presidency in the 21st century, according to S.E. Cupp.


Excerpted from Townhall Magazine's February Closing Argument installment by S.E. Cupp (note: Excerpts of this column ran in the New York Daily News on Dec. 12,

Republicans still reeling from the November elections and fiscal cliff negotiations that left them with a bruising 43:1 ratio of revenue...

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