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The 'Large Purpose' of Romney-Ryan

mcsandberg Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 9:26 AM
So, Buchanan has no faith in the American People. If he is right, this country is over and the best hope for freedom is over. If he is right, then there is nothing to look forward to but endless totalitarian states. He is, of course, utterly wrong. I would suggest that Town Hall drop Buchanan. We do not need endless pessimism here, we can go to http://www.regressiveantidote.net for that! I'm optimistic enough that I'm hoping to retire my sig: Atlas Shrugged was supposed to be a warning, NOT a newspaper!
AParvus Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 8:47 PM
"The only people who should be allowed to speak are those who agree with me."

The creed of all tyrants and those who do not countenance any truth that interferes with their rose colored view of reality, i.e. another ding a ling whose world view is from viewing television & listening to hot air radio.

"The success of a party means little except when the nation is using that party for a large and definite purpose," said Woodrow Wilson in his first inaugural, 100 years ago.

The Republican Party of Richard Nixon was called to power in 1968 to bring an honorable end to the war in Vietnam and restore law and order to campuses and cities convulsed by crime, riots and racial violence. Nixon appeared to have succeeded and was rewarded with a 49-state landslide.

The Republican Party of Ronald Reagan was called to power in 1980 to restore America's prosperity and...