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Questions for the Republican Party Establishment

Kenneth L. Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 10:33 AM
I really think that the Republican Party will suffer until another real leader emerges. Leadership is required to help the RNC and the voters transcend politics for the sake of principles, as Ronald Reagan did. This is not something that can be planned, but usually comes from an unexpected direction in an unexpected person. Mr. Deace's questions are the right questions. We won't win by becoming less committed to the right principles, or by playing dirty politics like the Dems. We need to have faith, be patient, and hope our leader appears before it's too late. Remember how "Ronald Rayguns" was ridiculed, lost in his first bid for the nomination, and ultimately proved to be one of the best presidents in history.
floridahank Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 10:28 PM
I don't see any strong person that can be the GOP President -- none of the present names look to be the kind of leader we need. Someone (I don't have a name yet) will come into the limelight and we'll know then who that person is that can be the next Rep. President.
Reginald10 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 4:22 PM
And his ridiculous, impossible "Star Wars" system. . . which Israel has one of, NOW, up and running and doing a remarkably good job.

And we'd like to copy it, please?

Somehow both the Left and the Republican Party establishment are allowed to each go through life tip-toeing through the raindrops, with each rarely compelled to defend their indefensibles.

That has again been apparent on the Ruling Class Sunday Morning shows following the election, as RINO after RINO and Republicrat after Republicrat strolled in front of the cameras to say that unless Republicans become more like Democrats they just can’t win elections. Of course, all of this propaganda begs several follow-up questions that almost never get asked, which is why I will ask them here.

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