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Where to Adjust, Where to Stand Firm

observer3 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 10:37 AM
It's quite a delicate operation, to let the patient feel the effects of bad medicine for the next 4 years without fatality. The consequences of Obama's heinous policies will become obvious enough even to some of his re-election cohort to make another such President much less likely. The entrenched hordes of those dependent upon nanny-state support will be ready to pull the lever again, but conservatism can prevail if it appears the nation can still be saved. Walk through the fire, and learn.

The proper path for the Republican party lies somewhere between changing our entire agenda and standing steadfastly on everything. Opinions will differ on the best way forward, as we have seen in the week and a half since the sucker punch of Election Day.

Most conservatives seem to be coping well. We spent a lot of time during the campaign wondering if America as we recognize it would survive a second Obama term. Ever the pragmatists, we now seem committed to doing our part to minimize the damage.

But as we seek to mitigate the harmful effects of...