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Gregory244 Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 10:30 AM
"Constitutional Republican Party" I like that. Third parties are historic losers, but re-branding might have a chance. By re-branding, I mean a return to traditional conservative principles. I certainly agree that Rove and his ilk must go. One way to do this, that I have chosen, is to donate solely to the TEA party, in my case, Tea Party Patriots.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 1:47 PM
Re-branding has only slim chances if the Rs in congress don't vote for fiscal conservatism. But it does increase the likihood of R voters continuing to vote for statist Rs. How many times have you supported someone who told you one thing (I'm a Tea Party fiscal conservative) then voted otherwise in Congress?
G. Joan Wrote: Feb 07, 2013 11:18 AM
I like the idea of calling the Republican party "Constitutional Republican Party. I have thought that for awhile. However, the Tea Party is the answer to getting this changed. They should start calling the people who they support as "Constitutionalist" Republicans instead of Tea Partiers. We should make sure that the people that we vote for know the constitution and the Bill of Rights. That would be a great start.

ROSES ARE RED VIOLETS ARE BLUE

KARL ROVE JUST SAVED THIS COUNTRY

BY UNITING ME AND YOU

Over the weekend well-funded Republicans announced an effort to protect Senate incumbents from Tea Party challengers, such as Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio.  The “architect” behind the plan is establishment titan Karl Rove, the man who choreographed the steady erosion of conservative policies under the eight years of George W. Bush and contributed to GOP election disasters ever since. Which begs the question: why does anyone listen to Karl Rove and his cohorts anymore? 

Unfortunately,there are a number of people in the...

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