It's time for conservatives to give serious thought to what they believe and how they can make a more persuasive case that conservative principles offer...
Linda's article gives Libs "wiggle room" by wrongly noting that "There is no right to be taken care of (except among children, the severely disabled or very old)." There is no right to be taken care of ... period. Individuals ... friends and children will typically care for others in need VOLUNTARILY ... and that's the way it should be. Certainly government has no authority in that area!
The last year has been a tough one for conservatives. The hope that four years of failed policy would be enough to repudiate the liberal/progressive ideology of the Obama administration ended when the majority of the American public voted to maintain their entitlements -- so long as someone else paid for them. And the conservative response to the debacle has been for the various factions within the movement to declare war on each other.
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