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It's Hard to Be a Republican

Parker01 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 2:54 PM
Oh Mona- spare us. The GOP lost because the GOP ran a campaign on being MODERATE! Hispanics hate Republicans because the media says, "The GOP is anti-immigrant." The public schools tell children, "The GOP is anti-immigrant." There is nothing anti-immigrant about a conservative. Conservatives just want immigrants to be Americans. That's the difference. People like Lindsay Graham don't see immigrants as Americans. They see them as votes. That's why liberals don't care if immigrants assimilate. They just want their vote. If they're on food stamps, handouts and Medicaid; so much the better for a vote buying politician. As for conservatives... Well we want freedom loving, liberty loving, Americans.
none1590 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 4:31 PM
none1590 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 4:31 PM
mhughes962 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 4:07 PM
Thank you!!! i have been saying for a long time that the 2 issues the Republicans loose on is educating our kids, and control of the media. If we let libs teach our children they learn that an emotional argument is equivilent to a logical reasonable argument based on empirical evidence. This is why we make better points and loose! You could have a body of work that spans lifetimes and all they have to do to win is call you racist. even moderate Romney would have won in a landslide if people in this country were taught to be rational. We could even overcome media bias with propper education, imagine if more of the electorate could tell that the lib tards couldnt get a passing grade in high school debate...
Jack2894 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 5:00 PM
Conservatives? Logical? You do not really even know what that means. You do NOT make better points, you just make points other conservatives agree with. This is why conservatives like Bobby Jindal are coming out and saying you have to stop being the party of stupid.
Even when the economy is terrible, when the incumbent Democratic president has not been able to demonstrate success on job creation or growth, and even when the standard of living for Americans is declining on his watch, the country will choose a Democrat "who cares about the problems of people like me" over the Republican. That alone is enough to make Republican heads spin for some time.

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