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Questions for the Republican Party Establishment

MoreFreedom Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 6:20 PM
I disagree with Deace on his social conservative positions. Government should be treating us as individuals rather than social engineering and picking winners (married with kids vs those not married or without kids). To support this, is to support liberals engaging in social engineering as well. I agree with George Will, we need more libertarian candidates. Not big spending, military meddling, statist candidates like McCain, Bush or Romney. Of course, that goes against the GOP's desire to raise money from rent-seekers in the military industrial complex and corn growers. The reason 7 million white voters (who voted in 2008) didn't show up? Why vote when both candidates have practically the same agenda.
lukemcire Wrote: Dec 04, 2012 5:46 AM
Yes, yes, yes! Remember when conservatives used to oppose social engineering by the overnmemt?

The main reason the GOP loses is because of the cult like status they have given to the false doctrine of the "three legged stool." There are tons of men, women, families, straights, gays, whites, blacks, Latinos, religious, secular, and others who believe in a strong defense and balanced budget, but loathe the GOP's foray into no-no nannyism.

Get rid of just two issues, abortion and same sex marriage, and the GOP will roar into ascendancy. No need to support these, just don't address them at all.

Somehow both the Left and the Republican Party establishment are allowed to each go through life tip-toeing through the raindrops, with each rarely compelled to defend their indefensibles.

That has again been apparent on the Ruling Class Sunday Morning shows following the election, as RINO after RINO and Republicrat after Republicrat strolled in front of the cameras to say that unless Republicans become more like Democrats they just can’t win elections. Of course, all of this propaganda begs several follow-up questions that almost never get asked, which is why I will ask them here.

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