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Rallying the Right

Jack2894 Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 11:55 AM
Utter lunacy. COnservatives still can't grasp that holding the nation hostage to their absolutist views on social issues is a losing strategy. While this plan might "rally the right" it will alienate everyon else. Ultimately, this plan makes things worse for conservatives in every way, but you can all sit around in your trailers drinking Bud Light and congratulating yourself on being so principled.
TDBLU Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 3:11 PM
Yeah ! Darn conservatives, always saying you should get a job and show up for it on time and not collect 4 page criminal records and pay taxes. Aaargh ! How have we stood their existense this long ? You Intellectual Slime. There are 2 kinds of mind. Liberals learn something and think they've learned everything. A conservative learns something and see's there's a lot to learn.
Narrowminded Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 2:39 PM
Actually, republicans do not hold absolutist views on social issues. They are bending to the democrat's will everyday. What America needs is a politician with an uncompromising stance. People rally behind heroes, and heroes do not fold.

Following the defeat of 2012, it seems as if everyone – yours truly included – has an opinion about where the conservative movement goes from here. But right now presents an excellent opportunity to rally the Right again.

Following the fiscal cliff fiasco, the next big battle inside the beltway will be the debt ceiling in March. Some Republicans who caved on the fiscal cliff are already talking tough. Take Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey, for example. After voting for the largest tax increase in 20 years, Toomey is one of several Republicans now saying the debt ceiling showdown...