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Governors Take Power as Balance Shifts Inside GOP

kurt35 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 8:55 AM
We need to face the hard reality that Obama used his power to buy votes. Only then can we figure out a way to stop this ugly practice. Its very hard to unseat an incumbent that lavishes government largesse on voters.
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:34 AM
kurt
Speak forth the truth. Call a spade a spade. The thieves outvoted the victims. The criminals outvoted the noncriminals.

Only by tagging the players with what they really are will it begin to sink in and transform the public.

This is how the left does it. They did it with phrases like: chauvinist pigs, capitalist pigs, and pro-choice. We have to adopt our phrases and repeat them endlessly.

Phrases like:

Abortion is murder.
No genocide through immigration \
Amnesty is genocide.
Democratic politicians bribe voters with other peoples money.
Homosexuality leads to polygamy.
Polygamy degrades women.
Polygamy is a feature of backwards civilizations.
Islam promote pedophilia and trafficking in sex slaves.
Socialism is robbery.


NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:39 AM
Redistribution is robbery.
FDR was a socialist.
Unauthorized taxation if theft.
Immoral taxation is theft.
It it isn't human life then why do they need an abortion?
Democrats approved of starving 500,000 children to death in Iraq.
Democrats hate children.

People on the right have to get a narrative going on the left's behavior, whittle down that behavior to key phrases (which are true, of course) and keep repeating them in the public square.

In the beginning, was the word.
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:41 AM
If it isn't human life then why do they need an abortion?*
inkling_revival Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 10:41 AM
"Amnesty is genocide."

Huh?

Amnesty is very bad policy. Amnesty is economic suicide. But how is amnesty genocide? Which "gen" are we "ciding?"

With Mitt Romney's defeat and the loss of Republican seats in both House and Senate, the balance of power in the GOP has shifted. Republican governors -- the one group that actually increased its numbers on Nov. 6 -- believe they should take a bigger and more influential role in establishing the party's direction.

At their annual meeting in Las Vegas last week, Republican governors were quick to point out that they now preside in 30 states, with a population of about 180 million people. Idaho Gov. Butch Otter sat down to make a little chart and quickly discovered that if...