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What is the Future of Conservatism?

Neal from PA Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 9:58 AM
A peaceful secession would be the desirable path. However, come 2016 do you really believe that Liberals will give up peacefully what they have been pushing for more than 60 years, without a fight. However, that fight will not be with fist or guns, because they do not know how to use either. It will be fraud and deception; with a compliant news media that ignores the facts, but spews propaganda.
Wandered Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 2:51 PM
ppotts Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 12:28 PM
You are part of the insanity. Laugh your derrieres off, we who laugh last, laugh best. LOL
OL1 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 10:11 AM
I am getting many many smiles and laughs these days and i would like to thank conservatives for your humor. I realize laughing at you and not with you is not polite, but your endless stream of bazaar thought leaves reasonable people helpless to not smile.

I DON'T FALL IN LOVE with politicians – the last presidential candidate I voted for with ardor was Ronald Reagan in 1980 – and my heart doesn't break when those I support don't win. Nor am I a party loyalist. As a conservative I vote for Republicans more often than not; for those of us committed to free enterprise, limited government, military strength, and a healthy civil society, there is usually no better option. But the Republican Party isn't the conservative movement. And a GOP defeat doesn't mean conservatism – or the GOP, for that matter – is in crisis.