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Where to Adjust, Where to Stand Firm

Jeff_Georgia Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 12:10 PM
"For too long, we have ignored our immigration laws to curry favor with Latinos and liberals of every other race. If we want to change those laws so that they can be respected again, let the process begin with a border that does what borders are supposed to do." I'm afraid Mark, you live in a vacuum. Or some other planet. Did you notice who won the election? Hell will have ice skating rinks before obama and his ilk respect the law - any law.
The Teleprompter Speaks Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 2:19 PM
Well, Obama pretended to be a sensible moderate the first time around, and those lies worked for him.
Roy323 Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 12:24 AM
tele-"those lies worked for him'! NO THEY DID NOT Anbd they (Obama's lies) won't work the next time either!
Kiffur Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 5:21 PM
Dear Roy,

Please explain - without shouting - how "Obama's lies" did not work for him. Seems to me they worked very well, at least they worked for anyone who did not do his homework, and discover from his proior voting pattern, his political friends, and his own autobiographical words that he was scarcely the non-partisan moderate he claimed to be. Thus, many were taken by surprise when his far left agenda was suddenly more evident. So why do you say his pretending to be a moderate didn't work for him???

The proper path for the Republican party lies somewhere between changing our entire agenda and standing steadfastly on everything. Opinions will differ on the best way forward, as we have seen in the week and a half since the sucker punch of Election Day.

Most conservatives seem to be coping well. We spent a lot of time during the campaign wondering if America as we recognize it would survive a second Obama term. Ever the pragmatists, we now seem committed to doing our part to minimize the damage.

But as we seek to mitigate the harmful effects of...