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10 Explanations Of How Conservatism Helps The Middle Class

John C6 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 5:21 PM
Gentle Readers, There is a spammer who continuously reposts the same comments, word for word, cut and paste, throughout TownHall. Whoever it is keeps changing user names. Below you will see the current username is ' briantrust '. I have a theory: Is some malacious individual or organization paying poor people in some 3rd world country to carry this attack on TownHall? People in a call-center being paid less than a dollar an hour could do this, without even knowing what they are posting? Sincerely, John Lepant Brighton CO
D G Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 5:49 PM
Flag him all you can. Thanks.
h20skier2 Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 9:02 PM
Flagging does no good. Sybil was a regular poster a number of years ago that would debate the topic at hand. However, after losing so many battles he went off the deep end and now just post the same drivel over and over again. TH has done nothing to stop him and frankly I don't think they want to stop him. Each time he post is another click for their website and another click in revenue. I have offered on a number of occasions to take care of the problem but have never been taken up on the offer.

There's a lot to be said for talking about the Constitution, economic theory and what's best for the country. However, one place we conservatives have slipped in recent years is framing our policies in a way that answers the very first question on the mind of most voters, "How does this benefit me?"

That needs to change.

Conservatism is an ideology that benefits everyone, but it's particularly helpful to middle class Americans. If we want to bring more of those voters to the Right, we have to do a better job of explaining to them exactly how we're...