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Should Republicans Just Give Obama What He Wants?

Lance852 Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 12:14 PM
GradeA Wrote: 8 minutes ago (11:58 AM) We lost the best presidential candidate this nation has ever seen because a few dopes wanted to pull Romney to the right and have him commit to it with Ryan as VP.... ------------------------ Wow Billo, the best ever huh?! So, better than Lincoln huh? Better than Teddy Roosevelt huh? Better than "Silent Cal" and Eisenhower huh? And, better than Reagan huh? Stupid and ridiculous statement, even by your poor standards.
Ress Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 12:23 PM
Romney joined the club of all GOP presidential candidates since Reagan who were losers because they FAILED to articulate conservatism. I include Dubya in that list because he lost the popular vote in 2000 and would have lost the electoral vote without the help of Ralph Nader.
JRusso Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 12:38 PM
Personal responsibility (the true cost of freedom) doesn't sell anymore. Free condoms and food stamps is what more than half of America wants.
JRusso Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 12:22 PM
Given his experience, Romney is uniquely qualified to be POTUS at this time in history. This country has turned the corner.

What should conservatives make of this provocative post from "RB" at the Right Sphere, which basically counsels Congressional Republicans to just get out of the way and let Obama have his way on the fiscal cliff?  Though I have some fundamental quarrels with the premise, I must confess that RB's "let it burn" playbook is certainly appealing on some level:
 

I’ve been watching the negotiations – if you can call Republicans negotiating with themselves while Obama still hasn’t put a plan on the table “negotiating” – over the “Fiscal Cliff” for weeks and it’s time for...