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Governors Take Power as Balance Shifts Inside GOP

NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 8:46 AM
inkling I do agree with you. But in the end what side would you choose: perfectly grammatical Nazis or imperfect righteous folks (not that neocons are righteous)? It's the principle of the matter to which I refer. Grammar isn't everything (in other words). And in the end it could be very irrelevant. Grammar is in a sense art and it can be executed poorly. The leftist media has all the money, wealth, and power to afford its perfections. The right-wing media is a seat-of-their-pants, po-folk operation in comparison. Still, you are correct. (Nervously awaiting a thrashing about my grammar). :o)
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 9:43 AM
ink
LOL
I wasn't offering a choice between the only two alternatives. I was offering a choice between the only ones currently available.

:o)
inkling_revival Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 8:49 AM
"perfectly grammatical Nazis or imperfect righteous folks (not that neocons are righteous)?"

Fortunately, that's a false choice. The righteous can learn to use grammar properly.

"Nervously awaiting a thrashing about my grammar"

No worries, mate. Just a slight correction in your logic, over the false choice.

With Mitt Romney's defeat and the loss of Republican seats in both House and Senate, the balance of power in the GOP has shifted. Republican governors -- the one group that actually increased its numbers on Nov. 6 -- believe they should take a bigger and more influential role in establishing the party's direction.

At their annual meeting in Las Vegas last week, Republican governors were quick to point out that they now preside in 30 states, with a population of about 180 million people. Idaho Gov. Butch Otter sat down to make a little chart and quickly discovered that if...