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GOP: R.I.P.?

Neal from PA Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 9:40 AM
GOP...TRUTH and not LIES should be printed and spoken when ever and where ever it is being disparaged. For without “The Truth” being known, we find ourselves at this point in history. History has shown that our Freedom and Liberty is rooted in “The Truth”; and prevails only when “Un-truths” are confronted and dispelled. The source of these “Un-truths” must be known and made to acknowledge these “Un-truths”; for what they are, “LIES”. If the GOP cannnot or will not do the above...they will lose again in 2014 & 2016.
Neal from PA Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 9:52 AM
In 2008, Obama campaigned on bringing people together, something he has never done in his professional life. In my assessment, Obama has divided us along philosophical lines, pushed us apart, and is trying to realign the pieces into a new and different power structure. Like his liberal socialist progressive ideas and policies, it will fail.

His failures have only made things worse. His getting re-elected can only mean; “Terrible Days are Ahead” and says something not very flattering about “We the People”.

One thing about the president: he desperately wants to leave a legacy. He and specifically his backers will do whatever it takes to see it happen. Hold on…the next four years will be; the likes of which have never been seen before.
Bill110 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 10:11 AM
Bumbo doesn't have a "professional" life. He has not been professional at any thing he has ever done. He is a con-artist. Foolish voters bought the snake oil. As for his "legacy", Judas and Benedict Arnold also have a legacy. Bumbo Hussein will be remembered as a Judas---he betrayed his country. He should follow the final example of King Saul, Judas and Hitler.
Jack2894 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 10:22 AM
Goooo Bil!

Didn't really get Thomas's point, did ya?
Roy323 Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 5:33 PM
Bill-Obama is, too, a "professional" He is, and has always been, a RABBLE ROUSER!

Some political commentators are dancing on what they believe to be the grave of the Republican Party, claiming that the only way the GOP can have a viable future is for them to behave like Democrats.

Last weekend, National Review magazine sponsored a "conservative summit" in Washington. They should have held it elsewhere.

Prior to speaking at that event, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal addressed the Republican National Committee's annual winter meeting in Charlotte, N.C., where he proposed a new strategy for Republicans and conservatives that begins, not in Washington, but at the state level.

Jindal said the Republican Party loses when...