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Social Conservatives: GOP Can't Live Without Them

Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 7:01 PM
Ratified by a majority of “We the People” On November 4, 2008; and reinforced on November 6, 2012, America abandoned its founding principles to traditional moral values. Gone are the moral standards by which a free people live by, “to neither live in fidelity within the covenant of those traditional values…, or the simplicity of those values.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 11:01 PM
You can see it whenever you see the news..the cheering when Jamie Foxx called Obama his Lord and Savior and the greedy fights in the Black Friday Mauls as just two examples. The Demon RAt convention told us everything we needed to know about those within who are nothing butthe licentious, selfish, debase and debauched in our society, that they had to Gall to BOO GOD and to BOO the plank calling Jerusalem Israels Capitol. And that Obama won
is telling about the kind of people who elected him, the guy who loves to torture and dismember innocent preborn babies up to and after surviving abortion. The devil is at work in this Republic. Why not, we are the only true ally (until the muslim usurped the W H) of Israel.
Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 7:04 PM


Let’s be very clear: The issue here is not liberalism or socialism. The core of the matter is the authority of “We the People” and our neglect in honoring and defending the Constitution and our founding principles. Who we are comes from what we reject, as much as from what we embrace.

Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 7:03 PM


Conservatives had narrowly, but successfully resisted these efforts of abandonment for over 75 years, but the diminished and beleaguered traditionalists lost in the Presidential Elections of 2008 and 2012. “Liberal/Progressives and Socialist” had reached the needed majority and the Constitution has been abandoned to allow for liberalism and socialism to over shadow conservatism and democracy. All in the name of “Social Justice” and “Investments in our Infrastructure and Future”.

One of the largest elephants in the GOP's post-election room is the fate of Christian and other social conservatives. Party honchos can't just wish this problem away -- or, maybe they can.

There has been increasing hostility toward Christian involvement in politics, and the animus hasn't been solely from the left. To be sure, Democrats have taken the lead, demonizing conservative Christians as science-challenged scolds who don't care about women's "reproductive rights," but there is plenty of antipathy from certain elements within the Republican Party, as well.

Many establishment and some libertarian Republicans have long looked upon Christian conservatives with mild, condescending...