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Republican Surrenderists for Obamacare

Libertius 3 Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 1:31 PM
If we agree on a property line between our two lots, then I come back later and assert that the line is 50 feet in your favor, and you agree to give me 25 feet, is that a compromise? There's no difference between founding American principles (your lot) and the current state of political affairs (your new property line). So- called Conservatives have been negotiating from left of center since the Progressive Era; especially since the Roosevelts and Johnson Administrations. The assertion that there are any influential right-wing extremists on the current national political stage is an absurdity.
BoxingKitty Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 2:42 PM
Henry VIII Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 2:11 PM
Since property lines are determined by a survey and on the property deed, agreeing to an arbitrary line is stupid....but compromising with the South to get their support to join the union and sign the Constitution at the expense of slavery lasting a little longer was a bitter pill, but the alternative was no union, no Constitution, no United States. The point is that each compromise must be individually considered....the end product matters. Would I compromise with Dem's over raising taxes? NO! Would I vote for Romney to save America? Yes!

During the summer of 2009, conservative activists turned up the heat on Democratic politicians to protest the innovation-destroying, liberty-usurping Obamacare mandate. In the summer of 2012, it's squishy Republican politicians who deserve the grassroots flames.

In case you hadn't heard, even if the Supreme Court overturns the progressives' federal health care juggernaut, prominent GOP leaders vow to preserve its most "popular" provisions. These big-government Republicans show appalling indifference to the dire market disruptions and culture of dependency that Obamacare schemes have wrought.

GOP Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri, vice chair of the Senate GOP Conference, told a St. Louis...