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A Grand Old Party in Panic

pastorblastor3 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 12:40 PM
In truth what many GOP voters wish is a Ryan/Romney ticket. Again we see how the minority establishment holding tight to their power and making huge mistakes in doing so. Most of the rank and file are sick and tired of more of the same out of GOP and want more Reagan-ism. They hated Reagan when he went to the people and got his way over their tired policies. Libertarianism is mind-numbing in its stupidity, Democrats are socialist, and the Republican establishment is treading water hoping to keep their control. We see the fiasco of having freaks and fruits run things and hope and pray some adults could actually stand up and be counted to take control of the situation and make America the great nation she always has been.
Corbett_ Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 12:51 PM
Yes, it IS mind-numbingly stupid to believe in the freedom of the individual. Where did those crazy libertarians get such loony ideas? Perhaps from the Declaration of Independence???
anti-neocon Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 1:13 PM
neoconservatism is mind-numbingly stupid. it's all about global intervention and pretending to want small government, yet always voting for increased spending and higher debt ceilings. the vision of thomas jefferson and ron paul, the constitution, the declaration of independence, and individual liberty are what we need.
Robert 206 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 1:26 PM
Pal, you're history and you don't realize it yet. Ron Paul made a blip on the screen this year trying to act like a normal, credible candidate for the nomination. Rand Paul is a more credbile choice for a future Conservative candidate!
Corbett_ Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 1:40 PM

But our friend pastorblaster truly believes he is voting for freedom when he votes for someone who will fight endless wars in the Middle East...
anti-neocon Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 2:43 PM

how dare you question the GOP groupthink. romney will courageously lead us in our mission to exterminate iranians.

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He had it right, as Todd Akin can testify.

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