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Federalism Could be the Solution to GOP Branding Problem

Mack30 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 11:02 AM
Um, I believe "secession" is the word you thought you were using when you wrote "succession." And all this while you were accusing Mr. Goldberg of not understanding the term Federalism and of lying. Jeez.....
Zerubbabel Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 1:19 PM
Another comment without addressing the idea of the thread?

Spell-check automatically alters words with mis-struck characters to a word it assumes the author meant to type.
Chester1776 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:24 PM
That wasn't a typo; it was a misspelling.
Zerubbabel Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 11:08 AM
An attack on a typo is not a refutation of the argument. Refute the idea or stop cluttering my thread.

To understand why Republicans have a "branding problem," you first need to understand how the system is rigged against conservatives.

Such is the schizophrenic dysfunction of our politics: We constantly demand "conviction" politicians who will "do what's right" and then condemn them, often in the same breath, for being unwilling to put aside their conviction and their sense of what's right.

But such condemnation does not fall equally on conservatives and progressives alike. For the progressive's principle is, at its core, more. Do more. Spend more. Spend more doing more. Any compromise of progressive principle in this regard is seen as...