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What This Election Means

Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:43 AM
The Republican loss should not be pinned on its standard bearer…wake up…its WE THE PEOPLE. America is evenly divided…50%--50%...most pundits say its demographics that won out this time around; just like in 2008, only less so, but enough for Obama to win re-election, barely. As our national moral principles continue to be systematically and incrementally corrupted and removed from America, our nation and individuals will continue to experience even greater moral decay and deeper decline under a Democrat Administration.
greenpointguy Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 10:59 AM
47/53, actually. That's a 6-point gap. Obama's only the third president in a century to win two elections with more than 50% of the vote. Don't try to minimize the blowout here.
Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:43 AM


However, for me it’s not about demographics, it’s about values; the moral values that founded this great nation and allowed it to prosper and grow into the most free, progressive and powerful nation on earth. America is incrementally and systematically rejecting the moral principals upon which she was founded. As a result, our nation is experiencing unparalleled moral decay. National immorality flourishes when the heart and soul of a nation's citizens reject these principles; simply stated, decline in national morality leads to moral, political, and economic decay!


Neal from PA Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:44 AM


We have become enablers to people who have nothing to gain by going to work, and we have taken away the incentive for workers to try to better themselves only to see a greater part of their salary end up as tax dollars. That strikes at the core of everything that has made the United States the greatest country in the world.

America's shifting demographics—are America’s moral values shifting with the shifting demographics? If they are, this says something about those that comprise these demographics; and that is not good for America…to continue to be…America, the land of the free and the home to the brave.

There is no point in spinning -- conservatives need to face honestly what this election means.

A first take: Gov. Mitt Romney tried to win while leaning on only one leg of the old Reagan coalition: jobs, jobs, jobs, economy, economy, economy. Against a president with a poor record on the economy, he lost.

The Mitch Daniels "truce" strategy on social issues is a clear loser in this election. The Reagan coalition, which honestly may not be the pathway to victory moving forward, had three legs: values issues, national defense and economic growth.

Romney adopted the most ineffectual strategy vis-a-vis the social issues: adopt...