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Does the Republican Party Have a Future?

lastman Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 12:42 PM
What is it about the traditional values that you hate so much, mulbery? working for a living? Taking care of your offspring? Accepting responsibility for your actions? Paying your debts? Treating others with respect? Using respectful language and dress in public? Keeping commitments? Being all you can be? Being thankful? Lending a helping hand?
SMyles Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 2:56 PM
So was there another answer as to why the first post?
mulbery Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 1:14 PM
Legitimate question. I completely agree with all of the things you name as "traditional values." There are just a few (NOT the ones you mention) that aren't so good. But you have just desribed me perfectly. In many, many ways, I am a man of traditional values and I wisht hat everyone would do all of those things that you list above. I even do charitable things to help people get on those "tracks" so to speak.
SMyles Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 12:53 PM
mulberry appears unable to get past the indoctrination that was performed at taxpayers expense.

The United States, from day one, was a project about principles and ideals.

The super power that emerged and grew from the handful of colonists that began settling here was not the product of where those colonists happened to land, but the ideals and principles in their head and heart – applied in how they lived their lives.

The Republican Party was founded in 1854 to address one great blot on the nation’s founding legacy – the existence of slavery in a nation founded under the ideal of freedom under God.

Runaway slave and self-educated abolitionist leader Frederick Douglass said “I...