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Sometimes It’s The Messenger

Neal from PA Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 1:35 PM
The Messenger...LEADERSHIP & STATESMAN…A statesman or stateswoman or statesperson is usually a politician or other notable figure of state that has had a long and respected career in politics at the national and international level. Statesperson ship also conveys a quality of leadership that brings people together and of eldership, a spirit of caring for others and for the whole. Anyone elected to office is a politician but only a few consistently manage to work as disinterested promoters of the public good with integrity. There is a huge difference between the two. And...YES...we shall continue to reap what we've sown.

Infighting continued amongst conservatives and Republicans this week. Karl Rove angered Tea Partiers by implying they don’t know how to pick candidates. Majority Leader Eric Cantor told anyone who would listen Republicans need to learn to craft their message better for a broader audience. Every conservative group and politician is scrambling to find a way to appeal to various groups of Americans in a way that will “work” to win them votes. It reeks of desperation…and it’s nothing new.

After every election loss by Republicans in the last 20 years, the media has declared them dead, particularly the conservative wing of...