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D.C. Cannot Save America. Hollywood Can.

pragmaticapitalist Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 5:29 PM
Good points within this article. Those in the GOP have great hearts and great ideas. As a whole however the RNC is extremely poor at communicating those ideals, and even worse at coordinating their membership. For all their faulty ideals, no one can accuse the Dems of not being coordinated. They are all in lock-step, unlike the GOP. For the record, I'm a loyal conservative and a person of faith. Do I blame Bush and the republican party for the mess we're in - absolutely!. They had the opportunity to deal with illegal immigration and health care when they were in power - they did not properly voice their objections nor fight back hard enough against the community reinvestment act which caused the housing crises -cont..
pragmaticapitalist Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 5:33 PM
cont... I expect we'll see the republican party start to embrace the social issues which have been so divisive. As a person of faith, it is discouraging. As O'Reilly stated, the demographic has changed. We're stood a a fork in the road last Tuesday and had the opportunity to start turniing the country back toward the right, but chose to plod forward to the left.

Going forward, my plan is to keep my head down and protect my family and my investments as much as possible.

God Bless...

The war that the Republican Party lost last night was much more than a political war. It wasn’t simply lack of turn out, lack of money or a bad campaign. What was lost was a culture war.

In 2004, John Kerry won the 18-29 youth vote over George Bush by 9 points, with a 54 to 45 split. On Tuesday, Barack Obama won that same demographic by 23 percent, with Barack Obama taking 60 percent to Romney’s 36 percent. Not only that, but they’re voting in larger numbers. This represents a larger problem for the GOP and ultimately the country:...