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In the Long Run, Is the GOP Dead?

jdavis880 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:36 AM
A tax consuming class versus the tax contributing class.....interesting. Sort of like "Job Creators" and then there's the rest of us. I can think of no greater tax consuming class than the Department of Defense, domestic and multinational corporations who consume public resources while displacing most of their manufacturing burden on society....of which can't possibly be effectively quantified at the moment. The problem with the GOP is that Mr. Buchanan just so happens to be one of the more intelligent, reasonable, and open minded conservatives out there....yet he is still a horses' ashole.

Since 1928, only Dwight Eisenhower and George W. Bush have won the presidency while capturing both houses of Congress for the GOP.

In his 49-state landslide, Richard Nixon failed to take either House. In his two landslides, Ronald Reagan won back only the Senate. Yet Mitt Romney is even money to pull off the hat trick.
With this hopeful prospect, why the near despair among so many Republicans about the long term?
In his New York Times report, "In California, GOP Fights Steep Decline," Adam Nagourney delves into the reasons.

In the Golden Land, a state...